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Welcome to our web site! We are honored that you are visiting our web site. Being a religio Political organization, we are always striving to find new ways to get our message out to current and prospective members. This web site allows us to reach people we may never have been able to contact before. Please use this site to access the information you need about the Organization and as a resource for broadening your faith. We look forward to hearing from you.

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Jammu Kashmir Ittihadul Muslimeen

Jammu Kashmir Ittihadul Muslimeen (JKIM) was formed in Srinagar, J&K on March 27, 1962. The founder of JKIM & Islamic Unity leader Maulana Mohammad Abbas Ansari along with his companions and sympathizers of the nation founded Anjumani Safina (Safina Association) in May 1961. The association was confined to a limited orbit, therefore in view of the vast interests of the Nation its extent was necessary. It was very important to take revolutionary steps to expose its vast ideologies publicly. In his quest for forging unity among the people of the valley particularly Muslim, Maulana Abbas Ansari and the members of the Anjumani Safina made an all-embracing political party "Jammu & Kashmir Ittihadul-Muslimeen" (JKIM) (Unity of Muslims) on the 27th of March, 1962 at its historic Chattabal (Srinagar) General Session of the Organization.

Aims and objectives of JKIM:

Within the ambit of and scope of foregoing basic principles and political ideology, following shall be the aims and objectives of the party:

(1) To strive for unity of Muslim Community and struggle for achieving religious tolerance and harmony with other religions and sects.

(2) To make peaceful political struggle to secure for the people of Jammu and Kashmir State the exercise of the right of self-determination in accordance with the UN charter.

(3) To strive and struggle for achieving people's all fundamental and human rights of life, faith, expression, assembly, property, trade and residence etc to the inhabitants of Jammu & Kashmir.

(4) Take legal and timely steps for protection and perfection of political position, geographical boundaries, cultural bequests and Islamic identity of Jammu & Kashmir.

(5) To co-operate with the seek co-operation of like minded parties, groups and individuals within and outside state in political and other matters of public importance.

(6) To establish contact and rapport with intellectuals, religious scholars, parliamentarians, politicians, academicians, journalists and other opinion building sections of societies of Pakistan and India and throughout the world and plead for their support to the cause of the people of the state.

(7) To work for betterment of Muslim Ummah and to take positive steps for maintenance of educational setup and removal of illiteracy, poverty, unemployment, social evils etc.

(8) Start an all round scheme to awaken religious and political consciousness to every member of the nation.

Opinion poll

51% INDIANS HAVE NO PROBLEM WITH

“INDEPENDENT KASHMIR

Indian and Pakistani Publics Show Flexibility

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A WorldPublicOpinion.org poll of the Indian and Pakistani publics reveals that half or more are open to a range of possible outcomes for Kashmir other than it being part of their respective countries. On neither side is there strong majority opposition to Kashmir becoming an independent country or dividing Kashmir between Pakistan and India. Indians and Pakistanis show a readiness to have the Kashmiri people decide their own fate. If a majority of all Kashmiris were to choose independence, a majority of Indians and Pakistanis would find such independence at least tolerable.

Is it time for Kashmir’s Azadi?

Yes, Say 59 Per Cent Indians

Srinagar, Aug 20: In the Valley people are out for Azadi (freedom). In India, people too want Azadi from Kashmir. At least media says so.
In a programme, Face the Nation, on the CNN-IBN news channel last night, 59 per cent people said that it is time for
Kashmir’s Azadi.
The host Sagarika Ghosh asked viewers to answer whether it is time for
Kashmir’s Azadi? The response after the show, in which BJP’s Arun Jaitley, Congress’ Abhsiek Singhvi and Mehbooba Mufti of PDP participated, was in support of Azadi with 59 percent favoring it.

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UPCOMING EVENTS

 

Feb 27:Unity Week Starts upto March 17

Mar 01:2.5 million demonstrated against India in Srinagar

Mar 04:Birth anniver of Prophet Mohammad (S)

Mar 04:Birth anniver of Imam Sadiq (AS)

Mar 07:APHC established in Srinagar

Mar 07:Mahfili Meelad at Rambail, Pattan

Mar 16:Treaty of Amritsar

Mar 19,:Martyrdom anniver of Shabir Siddique

Mar 19:Martyrdom anniversary of S Hameed

Mar 21:Nowrooz festival

Mar 21:Jashni Nowrooz, Mirgund, Pattan

Mar 23:Pakistan Day

Mar 27:Birth anniver of Imam Askari (AS)

Mar 27:47th Foundation year of JKIM

Mar 30:Martyrdom anniver of Ishfaq Majeed

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ASHURA RESTRICTIONS

Ban on Muharram procession Continues in Kashmir

Over two decades on since administration banned the Moharram Processions from being taken out on the centuries old traditional routes in the City, the ban is yet to be evoked even as the authorities claim “normalcy has returned”.

And as the restrictions to take out the processions from Guru Bazar and Abi Guzar on 8th and 10th Moharram respectively continued, the officials remained tightlipped over the issue.

In spite of ban, as mourning processions are taken out in City Centre by JKIM to pay homage to the martyrs of Karbala, the police and the paramilitary troopers use brutal and indiscriminate force and fell mercilessly upon mourners to break up these peaceful marches leaving hundreds of people injured, arresting hundreds of mourners and dragging them to police stations.

Last year JKIM moved High Court praying for objections by the state on the ban, pleading that it was violation of international law. The organization had prayed that the ban be revoked. The state administration is yet to file its objections before the court.

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London conference calls for Kashmir resolution

Geneva Convention adopts a working paper on Kashmir

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87% Kashmiris Want Independence

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