Of negotiations with jihadis

Not unless they give up violence

Amid reports of Syed Salahuddin, chief of the Pakistan-based United Jihad Council (the existence of which is testimony to how much of a FATWAT that country is) contemplating a return to the Kashmir valley, Wilson John warns against the danger of negotiating with terrorists.

It is nothing but perverted logic to argue, as some Indian academics and political leaders in Kashmir are doing, that the Indian government should not only invite Salahuddin for talks but also offer his group a unilateral and unconditional ceasefire. It is Salahuddin who should offer a ceasefire and lay down arms first.[Rediff]

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  1. Why are some Indians – many of who occupy influential positions in the ruling class , academics and the media , so anti-national ? Most of them do not even get paid for what they do…..indeed , they do it just for the satisfaction.

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