时事评论:印度剥夺克什米尔人的自决权是一种令人发指的罪行

  • 時間:   2022-01-09      
  • 作者:   巴铁泽米尔      
  • 來源:   澳门法治报     
  • 瀏覽人數:  3777

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1949年1月5日,联合国通过了一项决议,承认克什米尔人民的自决权,该决议在联合国的主持下进行了自由和公正的公民投票。每年,控制线两边的克什米尔人都将这一天定为自决权日。



巴基斯坦强烈谴责印度在互联网和专门的在线应用程序上对穆斯林妇女进行的卑鄙和完全不可接受的骚扰和侮辱。



在一场完全令人讨厌和厌恶的行动中,她们的照片被放在互联网应用程序上,并配有令人发指的“拍卖”标题,目的是羞辱、骚扰和侮辱穆斯林妇女。这些应用程序中散布仇恨的追随者用极其无礼的言论“竞标”这些应用程序,攻击了近100名有影响力的穆斯林女性的尊严。



这是最新的低讨厌暴力倾向的攻击少数民族在印度,网络空间——一个专用网络平台(s)和社交媒体——已经再次使用,贬低和骚扰女性,尤其是穆斯林妇女,创建一个恐惧和羞愧在穆斯林社区的感觉。这些可怕的事件使穆斯林妇女受到创伤,陷入深深的恐惧之中。



在新德里,印度人民党和rss的联合分配制度下,印度少数民族,尤其是穆斯林的空间正在不断缩小。



6个月前,印度在一个社交媒体平台上拍卖了数十名有影响力的穆斯林女性,这些人犯下了类似的令人发指的罪行,但现在却没有对他们采取任何行动,这应该受到谴责。



印度人民党领导层震耳欲聋的沉默,以及对公开呼吁种族灭绝的“印度教”支持者没有采取明显行动,应该给国际社会敲响警钟,让他们注意到印度对少数群体、特别是穆斯林的粗暴和系统的人权侵犯。



巴基斯坦重申其呼吁国际社会,特别是联合国和有关国际人权和人道主义组织履行其责任,制止日益增长的仇外心理、伊斯兰恐惧症和针对印度少数民族的暴力袭击,并确保他们的安全、保障和福祉。



印度对查谟和克什米尔的占领是非法的,在2019年8月5日废除该争议地区的特别自治后,德里的野蛮行为加剧。“大约90万名占领军将该地区变成了世界上最大的监狱。大约800万人被围困。这是最大规模的宵禁,800万人的生活因此中断。Post-Aug。2019年5月5日,印度在被印度占领的克什米尔地区实施了新的恐怖统治,封锁该地区,践踏无辜人民的人权,特别是妇女、儿童和老年人,而不受惩罚。克什米尔完全断电,与世界其他地区隔绝。互联网和移动电话服务暂停。任何记者或外国人都不允许前往克什米尔。在8月5日实施宵禁之前,印度要求所有游客和游客离开克什米尔。



控制线两边的克什米尔人是同一民族,有着血缘关系,被印度军队用武力分割。巴基斯坦坚定地承诺在人道主义的基础上为克什米尔人民争取联合国授予的自决权利的正义斗争提供道义、政治和外交支持。



印度于2019年8月5日采取的暂停克什米尔法律地位的行动,违反了联合国安理会决议,违反了《西姆拉协定》的精神,也违反了国际社会的任何准则。克什米尔是中国、巴基斯坦和印度之间公认的有争议领土。印度的单方面行动被视为严重违反国际法。



印度使用了所有肮脏的手段来镇压克什米尔争取自决的斗争,包括过度使用武力。大约有100万印度军队部署在克什米尔,但在过去73年里,印度未能改变克什米尔人民的观念,也未能成功镇压他们的斗争。印度必须吸取教训,克什米尔人民是不能被镇压的。印度迟早要投降,把克什米尔留给克什米尔人。越快越好。



克什米尔人民呼吁国际社会,特别是联合国,在查谟和克什米尔举行一次公正的公民投票,以便克什米尔人能够自己决定他们的未来。APHC还谴责了印度政府对该地区的持续封锁。



具有人类意识的信任、国家和个人可能会提高他们支持克什米尔人的声音,他们的苦难可能很快就会结束。立即解除宵禁,从克什米尔撤出100万军队,并停止在克什米尔侵犯人权,是印度应采取的紧急步骤。



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附件:本报时事评论员巴铁泽米尔简介

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Zamir Awan,泽米尔阿万,笔名:巴铁泽米尔。



现任巴基斯坦国立科技大学中国研究中心副主任。巴基斯坦驻中国大使馆原科技参赞。



泽米尔生于1962年3月1日,80年代在中国留过学。在上海大学获得学士与硕士学位,机械专业。



从2010年,在巴基斯坦驻华大使馆,担任参赞,负责中巴两国之间科技交流与发展科技合作。中巴两国政治关系非常密切,通称“铁哥们儿全天候战略合作伙伴”的关系。科技算战略地位,所以两国也重视科技交流与合作。



泽米尔阿万,利用他在中国学习时学过的知识(包括农业、林业、生物学、健康业、工业、水电、能源、高等教育等等)加强了合作关系。签订了不少合同与协议,推动了不少项目。



他为巴中两国人民之间的友谊做了不少的工作,特别一带一路与巴中经济走廊方面。在他的任期中,在两国关系发展壮大。



从2020年起成为《澳门法治报》时事评论员。



Denial of the right of self-determination to Kashmiris by India is a heinous crime



On Jan. 5, 1949, the U.N. passed a resolution recognizing the right to self-determination of the Kashmiri people through a free and impartial plebiscite under the auspices of the global body. Each year, Kashmiri on both sides of the Line of Control mark this day as the Right to Self-Determination Day.



Pakistan strongly condemns the despicable and totally unacceptable harassment and insult of Muslim women on the internet and purpose-built online application in India.



In a completely obnoxious and repugnant act, aimed at humiliating, harassing, and insulting Muslim women, their doctored images have been placed on the internet application with outrageous captions for “auction”. Hate-mongering followers of such applications attacked the dignity of nearly 100 influential Muslim women by “bidding” on them with deeply offensive remarks.



This is the newest low in the violent streak of hate attacks against minorities in India whereby cyberspace – with a purpose-built online platform(s) and social media – has been used yet again, to demean and harass women, particularly Muslim women, to create a feeling of fear and shame amongst the Muslim community. These horrifying occurrences have left Muslim women traumatized and in deep fear.



Under the Hindutva-inspired BJP-RSS combine dispensation in New Delhi, space for minorities particularly Muslims is continuously shrinking in India.



It is reprehensible that no action has been taken against the perpetrators of a similar abhorrent act six months ago auctioning dozens of influential Muslim women in India on a social media platform.



The deafening silence of the BJP leadership and absence of discernible action against ‘Hindutva’ proponents openly calling for the genocide of Muslims should send alarm bells across the international community about the gross and systematic human rights violations of minorities particularly Muslims in India.



Pakistan reiterates its calls on the international community, particularly the United Nations and relevant international human rights and humanitarian organizations to fulfill their responsibilities to stop the rising xenophobia, Islamophobia, and violent attacks against minorities in India and ensure their safety, security, and well-being. 



India's occupation of Jammu and Kashmir is illegal, with Delhi’s brutality intensifying after it scrapped the disputed region’s special autonomy on Aug. 5, 2019. “Around 900,000 occupation forces have converted the region into the largest prison in the world. Around 8 million people are under siege. It is the largest curfew which has halted the life of 8 million people. Post-Aug. 5, 2019, India has unleashed a new reign of terror in India Occupied Kashmir, locking the region down and abusing the human rights of innocent people especially women, children, and the elderly with impunity. Kashmir is completely blackout and isolated from the rest of the world. Internet and mobile phone services have been suspended. No journalist or foreigner is allowed to travel to Kashmir. Before imposing Curfew on the 5th of August, India has asked all visitors and tourists to leave Kashmir. 



 Kashmiri people on both sides of the line of control are the same people and bonded with blood relations, which was divided by force by Indian troops. Pakistan has a firm commitment to extend moral and political and diplomatic support on humanitarian grounds to just struggle of Kashmiri people for their right of self-determination, which was granted by the United Nation. 



 Indian action on the 5th of August 2019, the suspension of the legal status of Kashmir is against the UNSC resolution, against the spirit of the Simla Agreement, and against any norms of the international community. Kashmir is a recognized disputed territory among China, Pakistan, and India. Unilateral action by India is considered a severe violation of International law.  



India used all dirty tactics to suppress the Kashmiri struggle for self-determination, including excessive use of force. Around 1 million Indian troops are deployed in Kashmir, but, for the last 73 years, India failed to change the mindset of the Kashmiri people, and could not succeed to suppress their struggle. India must have learned the lesson that the People of Kashmir cannot be suppressed. Sooner or later India has to surrender and leave Kashmir for Kashmiris. The sooner is the better. 



The people of Kashmir appealed to the international community, particularly the United Nations, to conduct an impartial plebiscite in Jammu and Kashmir so that the Kashmiris can decide their future themselves. The APHC also condemned the continued lockdown of the territory by the Indian government.



Trust, nations, and individuals with human consciousness may raise their voice in favor of Kashmiris and their suffering may reach an end soon. Immediate lifting of the curfew, withdrawal of one million troops from Kashmir, and stopping the violation of human rights in Kashmir, are the urgent steps to be taken by India. 




Author:  Prof. Engr. Zamir Ahmed Awan, Sinologist (ex-Diplomat), Editor, Analyst, Non-Resident Fellow of CCG (Center for China and Globalization), National University of Sciences and Technology (NUST), Islamabad, Pakistan. (E-mail: awanzamir@yahoo.com).

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