September 19, 2010

Why Isn't India a Pariah State?

Rob Brown, Jerusalem Post

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The Indian occupation of Kashmir between 1989-2009 has resulted in more than 70,000 deaths but there are no serious moves to delegitimize the country.

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TAGGED: Kashmir, India, Palestine, Israel

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