Human blood is being spilled in occupied Kashmir. The Kashmir valley is burning .
Thousands of citizens took the streets of Kashmir to demand the death penalty for a man who raped a 3-year-old girl, Dozens of people were injured, most of them police, when officers fired tear gas and used batons to disperse stone-throwing demonstrators who had blocked part of a highway, The child's rape came weeks after the suicide of a girl who police say was repeatedly raped by her own father, Police said the child was lured into an empty school by a neighbor and raped, Her mother followed her screams to find her bleeding inside a bathroom.
Surprised? Yes, This is what is going on inside Kashmir, Nonetheless Kashmir continues to bleed and there is little being done about it. We believe that every single citizen of Kashmir should have their rights, and we want to fight for their rights.
Right to Survival:
• Right to be born
• Right to minimum standards of food, shelter and clothing
• Right to live with dignity
• Right to health care, to safe drinking water, nutritious food, a clean and safe environment.
Right to Protection:
• Right to be protected from all sorts of violence
• Right to be protected from neglect
• Right to be protected from physical and sexual abuse
Right to Participation:
• Right to freedom of opinion
• Right to information
Right to Development:
• Right to education
• Right to learn
• Right to all forms of development – emotional, mental and physical
Our another aim is to educate the poor and the other half is to educate the world about the poor. We believe in a "pass it on" philosophy where education is free and available for all who seek it. Those of us who have received a free education pass it on by helping others less fortunate by teaching, interacting and learning. With just a few hours a week, our volunteers, children and sponsors are changing the world we live in.
Every single penny we get from your donations will be used for these rights. We hope to achieve our goal, The fundraising program end on 25th December, Quaid-e-Azam day for Pakistan.
I would conclude with the everlasting words of Martin Luther King, JR: “The ultimate tragedy is not the oppression and cruelty by the bad people but the silence over that by the good people.”