The Modi government in India is encouraging acts of Hindu terrorism against the country’s Muslims to prevent mythical ‘love jihad’.
On this day in 2016, Pakistani terrorists dressed in Indian Army uniforms attacked the Pathankot Air Base, killing several personnel.
Indian Islamist terrorists are believed to have been behind the 2013 bombings which targeted a BJP rally killing six and wounding dozens.
Communist terrorists angry at ‘gambling during Diwali’ planted a bomb outside a police training centre in northeastern India, killing 17.
Two Jaish-e-Mohamed terrorists raided the Aksshardham temple in India’s Gujarat State in 2002, killing 30 and wounding 80.
On this day in 2004, at least 18 people were killed, mostly children, by a bomb planted by Assam separatists in NW India.
On 5 August 2019, the Government of India revoked the special status granted under Article 370 of the Indian Constitution to Jammu and Kashmir.
In this episode, Phil Gurski talks to Farhana Qazi of GWU about why Kashmir seems to be getting worse and why there is enough blame on both sides to go around.
On this day in 1995, a bomb in a motor scooter detonated in a market in northern Indian Kashmir killing 17 people and wounding more than 100.
Terrorists assume for themselves the right to target anyone and anything which upsets their religious and ethonationalist tenets.