The Indo-Pakistani War of 1965, also known as the Second Kashmir War, was the culmination of a series of skirmishes that occurred between April 1965 and September 1965 between India and Pakistan. The war was the second fought between India and Pakistan over the region of Kashmir, the first having been fought in 1947. The war lasted five weeks, resulted in thousands of casualties on both sides and ended in a United Nations (UN) mandated ceasefire. It is generally accepted that the war began following the failure of Pakistan’s Operation Gibraltar which was designed to infiltrate and invade Jammu and Kashmir.
Much of the war was fought by the countries’ land forces in the region of Kashmir and along the International Border between India and Pakistan. This war saw the largest amassing of troops in Kashmir, a number that was overshadowed only during the 2001-2002 military standoff between India and Pakistan. Most of the war was fought on land by each country’s infantry and armored units, with substantial backing from their air forces.
For more than ten years Islamic militants in the India/Pakistan state of Kashmir have been waging ethnic war against anyone not Muslim. Of course, no sides in these conflicts have been well behaved, terrorists are in almost every ethnic group. This photo here shows the result of a recent Muslim suicide bomber, Fifteen people were killed.
“If there is paradise anywhere on earth, it is here, it is here, it is here.”
— Mughal emperor Jehangi, on Kashmir
October 22, 1982: Daniel Jordan, a leader in the Bahai faith from California was assassinated by Iranian anti-Bahai terrorists. Jordan’s body was found in a Stamford, Connecticut parking lot. He had been murdered by a single stab wound in the neck. Jordan was dean of education at National University in San Diego. Followers of the religion had been executed in Iran under orders of the Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini.
October 22, 1982: Afghanis fired American-supplied rockets into the Soviet Embassy in Kabul in the first major attack against the compound since the Soviet Union intervened militarily in Afghanistan in December 1979.
October 22, 1986: For the second time this month, the Soviet Embassy in Lebanon was fired on by gunmen in a passing car. Muslims were not pleased that the Soviets had played hardball when compelled to rescue kidnap victims.
October 22, 1987: A missile attack on Kuwait’s largest offshore oil terminal destroyed the facility. Iran, which actually manufactures its own missiles (supplying most of them to Hizballah, the PLO, and HAMAS) was responsible.
October 22, 1996: A PKK suicide bombing in Sivas killed three policemen and the Islamic buffoon—a Muslim woman.October 1997: An international meeting was held in Tehran, Iran with over 20 Islamic terrorist groups in attendance. As a result, a campaign of attacks was planned against the Zionists and the Crusaders – Jews and Americans.
The Tehran summit decided to use non-Iranian Islamist organizations as the spokesmen for their agenda so as to give it a pan-Islamic flavor. Ayman al-Zawahiri’s al Jihad Group, an Egyptian Sunni organization, issued the initial communiqué calling for jihad against the U.S. and Israel. The press release from the world’s second best known terrorist read: “The United States will realize that its real enemy is Islamic Jihad, the Jihad of the entire Muslim nation against the world dominance of America, against the international influence of the Jews, and against the U.S. occupation of Muslim lands.”.
jihad. jihad, jihad, jihad.
AND NO-ONE LISTENS
October 22, 1999: Egypt closed the Cairo office of the Abu Nidal terrorist club, seizing the group’s bank accounts. If they closed the offices, it meant that for a decade or more, one of the world’s most murderous organizations – one that had killed Americans – was headquartered in Egypt.
October 22, 2000: An IED was detonated in a Cebu university in the Philippines.
10/22/01 Toyado.. Indonesia.. 2 Killed Two men murdered by Jihad terrorists.
10/22/01 Awantipora.. India.. 2 Killed 2 Wounded Two civilians killed by Fedayeen suicide attack.
10/22/02 Silver Spring.. USA.. 1 Killed Muslim sniper kills 35-year-old bus driver.
10/22/02 Kashmir.. India.. 5 Killed 7Wounded Five civilians are murdered by the Mujahideen in four separate attacks.
10/22/03 Hebron.. Israel.. 2 Killed Two settlers are injured in a gun battle with Palestinian infiltrators.
10/22/04 Medea.. Algeria.. 16 Killed 13 Wounded Armed Islamic extremists stop cars carrying young people to a soccer game at a phony roadblock. They then use knives and small-arms to kill sixteen. Thirteen others are missing.
10/22/04 Anantnag.. India.. 1 Killed 1 Wounded The Mujahideen assassinate a prominent moderate politician and critically injure his bodyguard.
10/22/06 Yarmuk.. Iraq.. 2 Killed Two street cleaners are murdered by Islamic terrorists.
10/22/06 Narathiwat Thailand 1 12 A column of Buddhist monks, on their way to receive alms for the poor, is bombed by Muslim militants.
10/22/06 Pattani.. Thailand.. 1 Killed A man is murdered by Muslim militants while walking home.
10/22/06 Madaen.. Iraq.. 9 Killed 3 Wounded Nine people are killed in a Religion of Peace sectarian clash.
10/22/06 Baqubah.. Iraq.. 13 Killed 25 Wounded Thirteen police recruits are murdered by a Jihadi bombing and shooting attack on their bus.
10/22/06 Baghdad.. Iraq.. 50 Killed Fifty victims of sectarian hatred within the Religion of Peace are found over a 24-hour period.
10/22/06 Amil.. Iraq.. 1 Killed Religious fundamentalists murder a barber.
10/22/06 Muzaffarnagar…India.. 1 Killed 12 Wounded A young Hindu is killed, and more than a dozen others injured, when Muslims object to a Diwali celebration.
10/22/06 Baghdad.. Iraq.. 5 Killed 6 Wounded Muslim terrorists bomb a street market, killing five innocents.
10/22/06 Bahawalpur.. Pakistan.. 1 Killed Radical Sunnis gun down a Shia cleric
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