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    As she limped home, the nausea re-emerged and had her retching and vomiting. After a full five minutes, the dizziness receded and she was able to continue the long journey home. Some old men walked past; she pulled her burqah further down to cover her face. Despite years of her father's gentle admonitions, she had only recently abided by the Shari’ah injunction of veiling. She used to feel modest enough wearing the traditional transparent duppata over her head, but things were different now. Now she clung to her burqah as though it would offer protection from further violations.


    She started gasping for breath; the memories were resurfacing after all these
    weeks of self-imposed amnesia. Against her will she once again heard the raucous laughter and felt the searing pain. "Ya Allah, Ya Allah" she had cried. It was the first time she could recall ever praying to Him. "Allah?" they had mocked. "Which Allah? Your religion is a lie; there is no Allah. There is only us, and you, and we can do what we want to you."


    As yet another Hindu soldier moved forward to take his turn, she had curled herself up in a protective ball, trying to make herself invisible. Never in her life had she felt such pain, not even when as a child, she had fallen whilst running and broken her ankle. Her mouth was wide open and the screams were deafeningly silent. She was blind to everything except her private terror. The thought of possible consequences had not occurred to her then. Perhaps had she envisaged then, what she suspected now, she would have lost her mind completely. Perhaps she was just ill from the stress, and was jumping to conclusions.


    As twilight approached, she finally reached home. Ever since the incident, she had had one thought on her mind: home. She had felt that once there, things would somehow be all right again. Looking at the door with its hinges broken off, she blinked back the tears. It was a strong door and had protected them in the winter from the icy winds, but eight soldiers with heavy boots and a determination to enter had defeated it.


    Would her family read the shame on her face? She had planned to pretend that they had merely beaten her. As she entered, she saw her father with his head bent, silently murmuring a du'a. He had not noticed her enter, but her sisters had. They screamed with fright and relief, and the old man jumped. As she unwillingly met his eyes, she broke down and fell into his lap.


    For what seemed like an eternity, he cried with his daughter, his youngest child. He had immediately guessed what she had endured. For six weeks he had been ill with worry. He had envisaged her dead, and now here she was, broken and humiliated. The world stood up for animal rights, he thought angrily, yet his daughter was only a Muslim girl. The Indian army was free to violate her honour as they pleased in his absence, and the world looked the other way. He noticed how she was clinging to her burqah, but said nothing.


    As the months went by, the whispered sympathies of the women at the well receded. She took little comfort in this fact: it would start up again, once her condition was apparent.


    How vigorously it thrashed inside her! Sometimes it terrified her, despite its small size. At the back of her mind was the dread that it would resemble whichever soldier had fathered it. That thought did not surface to her conscious mind, but at night she had vivid nightmares about it. She would awaken, and seek refuge in Allah from them coming true.


    For the first time in her life, she was praying regularly, and fully veiling. This veil that the West so despised made her feel protected and chaste. It helped her forget her shame when she rarely ventured outside. Fasting helped her attain a serenity that she had never before experienced. Without her eemaan, she would probably have had an abortion, or been one of the many unreported suicides that such cases result in.


    Her father had taken her sisters to the market, so she was all alone the day the contractions started. How she wished her mother had not passed away so many years ago; she needed her so much at this moment. As the pains grew longer and closer together, her screams intensified. That horrific night, they had been silent screams, audible only in her mind. This time, she felt as though the entire Valley might hear her.


    The child was somehow delivered, but she had only the vaguest of memories of that moment. She was verging on unconsciousness. Against her will, she drowsily looked at her son for the first time. She exhaled a sigh of relief, the first in nine long months. She saw no features to remind her of his violent conception.
    Growing up, the boy witnessed the atrocities carried out against the villagers whenever the army passed through. His small fists would clench, and he would dread those nights when his mother, as if reliving the past, would begin to scream hysterically. He had long ago guessed what whispered conversations overheard at the well had confirmed. His eyes would burn with a desire for revenge, a yearning that he knew his mother understood - only too well.


    The years passed, and now her father had also departed from this world. She often wept, as she recalled him playing with his grandson, whom he favoured, as if to make up for his lack of a father. He never pressurized her to give the child away, unlike so many others. “For the believer, there is benefit in every test from Allah”, he had always reminded her. She understood the wisdom behind those words now. Looking at her son, a young man now, she felt immensely proud. She could hold her head up now; she had raised him well. Every day she prayed for his Shahaadah. With each expedition he partook in, every soldier he killed, her pain was slowly diminished.


    How amazing it was she thought, that this same young man - borne from the rape of a young Muslim girl – was now inflicting so much damage upon the very army that had fathered him.

    Source: Islamicawakening.com




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    Re: A fictitious account dedicated to my violated sisters in Kashmir.

    i couldnt bare to read anymore after the 3rd paragraph....




    where are the mujahids
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    Read it akhi the ending is amazing.. Allaah sends forces from places you couldn't imagine.. and that is the truth, you'll realise that once you read it till the last paragraph. And the praise is for Him, the Lord of the Worlds.


    And He provides for him from (sources) he never could imagine. And if any one puts his trust in Allah, sufficient is (Allah) for him. For Allah will surely accomplish his purpose: verily, for all things has Allah appointed a due proportion. [Qur'an 65:3]
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    Re: A fictitious account dedicated to my violated sisters in Kashmir.

    My Allah that was a sad read. But alhamdulilah the end was a releif.

    May Allah azawajal help the ummah with all their struggles.

    Allahmumma ameen

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    Re: A fictitious account dedicated to my violated sisters in Kashmir.




    ameen to your dua' sister.. Verily, with every difficulty there is relief. [Qur'an 94: 6]

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    Re: A fictitious account dedicated to my violated sisters in Kashmir.



    subhanallah , touchy story .

    may Allah grant them both Jannah. Ameen

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    Re: A fictitious account dedicated to my violated sisters in Kashmir.

    Alhamdulilllah... he became a mujaahid.

    may Allah make us of them and of the shuhada, Ameen
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    Mashaa Allaah that was a really good story

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    May Allah make us all strong and inshlahh fight these oppresors and make us mujadeens, ameen
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    WAG1 PEEPS



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    Re: A fictitious account dedicated to my violated sisters in Kashmir.

    Quote Originally Posted by Gangster No.1 View Post
    May Allah make us all strong and inshlahh fight these oppresors and make us mujadeens, ameen
    Ameen ya rabb..
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    Re: A fictitious account dedicated to my violated sisters in Kashmir.

    A beautiful light/insight to Islam.....at the end something good always takes place...we may not be aware of it..when we are in a particular situation....

    may this bring the ummah closer inshAllah... ....
    A fictitious account dedicated to my violated sisters in Kashmir.

    All i hope is for my mums happiness.Shes my light.Shes my dunya.Her tears are my weakness.Her sadness breaks my heart.She is my mirror.A mirror that keeps me alive.Without her am nothing.shes my saaya.How can i leave her.I pray to Allah(swt) to keep me with her forever inshAllah.

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    Re: A fictitious account dedicated to my violated sisters in Kashmir.

    Im sorry, whats the point of posting imaginary article demonizing hindus? I also take it none of you have any problem when the media publishes their stories about crimes/terrorism and tells the perpetrators religion is islam.

    Over all, pretty good story to spread xenophobia: demonizes hindus, glorifies war and fighting against them, and manages to make cheap blanket statement about west.

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    Re: A fictitious account dedicated to my violated sisters in Kashmir.

    It's the reality ^ that's what is truelly happening today within Kashmir. The character may be fictional, but alot of sisters are facing this today in the Muslim world.



    Regards.

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    Re: A fictitious account dedicated to my violated sisters in Kashmir.

    Quote Originally Posted by Suomipoika View Post
    Over all, pretty good story to spread xenophobia: demonizes hindus, glorifies war and fighting against them, and manages to make cheap blanket statement about west.
    the article shows the oppression the kashmiri's are put through and shows their perserverence through such torture due to remembrance of God.

    it may be fictitious but this does indeed occur on a regular basis in certain countries.

    Also the moral serves a deep purpose to help muslims understand that God is indeed in control and will deal out retribution accordingly so we must not lose faith.


    now please take your negativity out of here
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    Re: A fictitious account dedicated to my violated sisters in Kashmir.

    Quote Originally Posted by Fi_Sabilillah View Post
    It's the reality ^ that's what is truelly happening today within Kashmir. The character may be fictional, but alot of sisters are facing this today in the Muslim world.



    Regards.
    So post the real stories then? Why the need to make up stuff about innocent muslims who never hurt anyone and evil hindu army on rampage to rape just to spread hate?

    And again, why the need to tell the perpetrators religion?

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    Re: A fictitious account dedicated to my violated sisters in Kashmir.

    Quote Originally Posted by Suomipoika View Post
    And again, why the need to tell the perpetrators religion?
    like mentioned before, its based on real occurences, dramatized so that people can try to understand the feelings of the ones being put through such torture.
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    Re: A fictitious account dedicated to my violated sisters in Kashmir.

    Quote Originally Posted by Suomipoika View Post
    So post the real stories then? Why the need to make up stuff about innocent muslims who never hurt anyone and evil hindu army on rampage to rape just to spread hate?
    On 4th October 1995, at Khandeya village, the Indian army swept in attacking residents and sexually harassing women. The whole population, 105 families in all, fled. "We can never return there", said Safina, 30, her six year-old child slung in her hip. She wept as she related the ordeal of rape including six other women. A ten year-old showed how his teeth had been smashed. Khandeya is now a ghost village.
    http://www.gharib.demon.co.uk/kchr/opress.htm

    http://pakistantimes.net/2005/03/12/kashmir4.htm
    http://www.mediamonitors.net/mosaddeq3.html


    And again, why the need to tell the perpetrators religion?
    Maybe because that's the difference between them? There is no other difference apart from their religion, if you've seen a pakistani or an indian, they look alike. The difference they're fighting over is a religious matter aswell as nationalistic in some ways. However, the real war is against Islaam.

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    Re: A fictitious account dedicated to my violated sisters in Kashmir.

    Quote Originally Posted by IbnAbdulHakim View Post
    like mentioned before, its based on real occurences, dramatized so that people can try to understand the feelings of the ones being put through such torture.
    Even if its based on real occurences it doesnt really explain why the need to tell the perpetrators religion. I see so much complaining in these forums when muslims and/or islam is mentioned with a crime committed by a muslim. Im just wondering why it is then okay to do it to others what is so heavily criticized when its done to "you" (I actually have no idea whether you specifically complain about it). Best of all, this story is a fantasy.

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    Re: A fictitious account dedicated to my violated sisters in Kashmir.

    Quote Originally Posted by Suomipoika View Post
    Even if its based on real occurences it doesnt really explain why the need to tell the perpetrators religion. I see so much complaining in these forums when muslims and/or islam is mentioned with a crime committed by a muslim. Im just wondering why it is then okay to do it to others what is so heavily criticized when its done to "you" (I actually have no idea whether you specifically complain about it). Best of all, this story is a fantasy.
    I suppose there is no need as any halfwit knows that it is the the kafar hindu army that is rampaging in kashmir.

    on the other hand I bet you will rejoice if a crime was commited by someone with an Islamic sounding name and it was plastered all over the media that a Muslim did it. lets try islam for the crime of individual.

    But dont mention religion of hindu army of occupation because it somehow besmirches the name of holy cow

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    Re: A fictitious account dedicated to my violated sisters in Kashmir.

    Horrific read.

    Maybe because that's the difference between them? There is no other difference apart from their religion, if you've seen a pakistani or an indian, they look alike. The difference they're fighting over is a religious matter aswell as nationalistic in some ways.
    How about distinquishing the perpetrators by the uniform they wear, not the religion? Seems to me according to the articles you posted, that the violations are mostly done by indian army. But I do also think there is gross human rights violations committed by muslims, (I use the word muslims, because distinquishing by religion seems to be okay to you in this case) as was admitted atleast in the mediamonitor article. And that is also a part of the picture left out in the fantasy story.

    Im sorry, but it seems very "double standardish" to me, if religion is used to justify mass murder, attempts of mass murder, to cause terror, its wrong to say that religion. But if the conflict is partly about religion, and there isnt really other way to make difference, then saying the religion is okay...

    However, the real war is against Islaam.
    I really dont believe that. Do you have something to back up this claim?


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