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26.07.2019

Do you Remember Kunan Poshpora?: The Story of a Mass Rape de Samreen Mushtaq, Essar Batool, Natasha Rather, Ifrah Butt

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  • Do you Remember Kunan Poshpora?: The Story of a Mass Rape
  • Samreen Mushtaq, Essar Batool, Natasha Rather, Ifrah Butt
  • Número de páginas: 180
  • Formatos: Pdf, ePub, Moby, Fb2
  • ISBN: 9789384757663
  • Editorial: Zubaan Books

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Libro electrónico descargar amazon Do you Remember Kunan Poshpora?: The Story of a Mass Rape

On a cold February night in 1991, a group of soldiers and officers of the Indian army stormed into two villages in Kashmir, seeking out militants assumed to be hiding there. Incensed at the villagers’ refusal to share any information, soldiers pulled residents from their homes, torturing men and raping women. According to village accounts, as many as thirty-one women were raped. The Indian army initially carried out cursory investigations before shelving the case without explanation. Kunan and Poshpora have since become known as the villages of raped women, and their residents have found it difficult to escape this stigma. Then in 2012, the rape and murder of a young medical student in Delhi galvanized a protest movement so widespread and deep that it reached far beyond India’s borders. In Kashmir, a group of young women, all in their twenties, were inspired to reopen the Kunan-Poshpora case and revisit their history and that of the 1991 survivors. Do You Remember Kunan Poshpora? is a personal account of their journey, examining questions of justice, stigma, state responsibility, and the long-term impacts of trauma. With rarely heard voices and concerns, this book gives readers an opportunity to know the lives of ordinary Kashmiris in a state suffocated by thirty years of military rule.

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Do You Remember Kunan Poshpora? is a personal account of their journey, examining questions of justice, stigma, state responsibility, and the long-term impacts of trauma. With rarely heard voices and concerns, this book gives readers an opportunity to know the lives of ordinary Kashmiris in a state suffocated by thirty years of military rule. (PDF) The Kunan Poshpora Mass Rape Case: Notes from a ...
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The result was a 224-page book, Do you remember Kunan Poshpora? co-authored by Ifrah Butt, Munaza Rashid, Natasha Rather, Essar Batool and Samreena Mushtaq. The book documents the 25-year long struggle for justice. That Night in Kunan Poshpora - Antiserious
ON FEBRUARY 23, 1991, Kunan and Poshpora, the twin villages in Kashmir became the site of mass rape of women and sexual torture of men by the Indian Armed Forces. Though the criminals have escaped justice and Indian governments have refused to even acknowledge the horror, 24 years later five women who grew up in the aftermath of that violence combine records, testimonies, fact and fiction to bring us a history that traverses time as does violence.