KIRC Introduction

Kashmir Information and Research Centre (KIRC), formerly known as Kashmir Information Centre, was established in October 1991 and is headed by Abdur Rashid Turabi as its chairman.

The areas of research of the institute are Muslim freedom struggles like that of Kashmir and Palestine, world Islamic movements, besides writing the books on topics like West and Islam etc and articles in Urdu and English dailies with focus on promoting Islamic cause and mission.

The Kashmir Information and Research Centre also brings into limelight the atrocities of Indian forces on the people of Kashmir to curb their just right to self-determination. Jammu and Kashmir, a state with over 120 million overwhelmingly Muslim population, has always been an entity throughout the history. But, in 1947, when the subcontinent was divided into India and Pakistan, New Delhi landed its troops on the soil of Jammu and Kashmir and forcefully occupied the state. At present, over eight hundred thousands Indian troops are present over there. The people of Kashmir in line with the UN resolutions and the partition formula which said that the states with Hindu majority would join India and those with Muslim majority will join Pakistan, but India in clear violation of this formula held sway over Kashmir.

All atrocities perpetuated by Indian troops against the Muslims of Kashmir are covered in both the English magazine Kashmir Mirror and Arabic magazine Kashmir-ul-Muslima, published by the KIRC,  are sent to all embassies of the Western countries in Islamabad and abroad to apprise the people and the diplomats of the true face of India.

The KIRC has, to a great extent, succeeded in raising the Kashmir cause at the world fora, and at the same time in making the people of Pakistan acquaintance with the issue of Palestine.

Two periodicals, one an Arabic Kashmirul Muslimah, and the other in English Kashmir Mirror, are also published by the KIRC.

Besides, dozens of books in Arabic, English and Urdu languages have been written on various topics encompassing Islamic movements in the world, freedom struggles and understanding towards Islam. A section of the institute encompasses audio and video department which keeps record of lectures of Islamic scholars and leaders of Islamic movements like Syed Ali Gilani etc.

 

 
Key Information
 
Area of operation Based Islamabad,
Pakistan, with a focus on Kashmir

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