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Many people in the territory of disputed Kashmir do not want it to be governed by India, preferring instead either independence or union with Pakistan. The population of the Indian-administered state of Jammu and Kashmir is more than 60% Muslim, making it the only state within India where Muslims are in the majority. High unemployment and complaints of human rights abuses by security forces battling street protesters and fighting insurgents have aggravated the problem.
The Kashmir issue has caused tension and conflict in the Indian subcontinent since 1947, when independence from Britain created India and Pakistan as two sovereign states.
According to Albert Schweitzer, millions of human beings have been killed in wars across the Globe, uncountable plants and animals have been destroyed on the name of wars and conflicts, and environment has been polluted because of the usage of chemical weapons but no one, in reality, could win any war. The most disgusting element is that every nation has a number of justifications over killing other human fellows. If all human beings start to respect other lives, there would be no war, no conflict and no sufferings for any human being.
In a study published in Scientific American, Ferguson argues that war may not be in our nature at all. People might fight and sometimes kill for personal reasons, but homicide, he argues, is not war.
“There is definitely controversy in the field when it comes to this question,” says Ferguson, who studies human nature, war and peace. “But it is the overall circumstances that we live in that creates the impulse to go or not go to war.”
Establishing peace in the region would require both India and Pakistan to reconcile the multiple and sometimes conflicting aspirations of the diverse peoples of this region. Only when local aspirations are recognized, addressed and debated alongside India and Pakistan’s nationalist and strategic goals will a durable solution emerge to one of the world’s longest-running conflicts.
I strongly believe that war is not the solution, India & Pakistan must talk & resolve the issue on table with Kashmiris considering it as a Humanitarian act. We all are Humans & our top most priority is to respect Humanity. Humanity has no religion, caste or colour. Humanity must Prevail. Peace must Prevail.
Sir Rafal Marcin Wasik
International Human Rights Commission