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  Ifrah Butt Human Rights Activist Tell us how did you decide to become an activist, working for the people? After I completed my under-grad in social work studies, I joined JKCCS [Jammu and Kashmir Coalition of Civil Society] as an intern. I, along with other female activist, was working on a report about sexual violence against the women. While working on this report we came to know about an incident of mass rape and torture in twin villages of Kunan-Poshpora in Kupwara district of North Indian Occupied Kashmir. A support group was formed for justice to Kunan Poshpora survivors and then we filed a PIL [Public

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Crowning his Friday After the disastrous snow Blood-stained his threshing lines Life’s receding billow Will leave him for the eternal calm He is yet to know.   Out from his threads of thoughts there was a window time preserved there, dreams whispered there everything soaked in mourning there every thought of freedom executed there.   Chants of hope tinkling, not knowing about his breathing last. His sighs cried for solitude his resistance frightened the enemy his unknown sobbing died before its rise.   He cried when the guards laughed Only eternity witnessed him His heart bled for freedom and eyes

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Kashmiri boys ride their bicycle past a graffiti during a curfew in Srinagar, India, Monday, Aug. 9, 2010. Authorities re-imposed a curfew in most parts of Indian Kashmir Monday as separatists called for fresh protests against Indian rule in the disputed region this week. (AP Photo/Altaf Qadri) The extent of suffering of Kashmiri children and youth under the occupation is shocking and unreported. We need to shed light on the shattering consequences of the occupation upon them; psychologically, emotionally, physically, and economically. It is important to note here that this occupation is itself unethical, unjustifiable, and inhumane; it denies Kashmir