This is not the first time that the terror outfit has threatened local Kashmiris. Months ago, Hizb threatened girls for not wearing hijab, a head covering worn in public by some Muslim women
Srinagar: In yet another act to petrify local Kashmiris, terror outfit Hizbul Mujahideen on Sunday released a series of audio messages and posters threatening five Kashmiri girls, who are destroying stereotypes and conventional norms.
This is not the first time that the terror outfit has threatened local Kashmiris. Months ago, Hizb threatened girls for not wearing hijab, a head covering worn in public by some Muslim women.
A senior police official told MyNation that these terror outfits feel intimidated and insecure when they see the youth of Kashmir going beyond their wall. “The local Kashmiris need freedom from them (terrorists) and because of this, the terror outfits have resorted to threatening them,” the official said.
In the posters that were released, Hizbul has threatened five local Kashmiri girls. In the four posters released in Urdu and English, they said that all these five girls will be shot in the head.
In the audio message, the outfit tried to save their skin by delivering a moral lecture, claiming that Islam has given them the right to do so with anyone who disrespects the religion.
Justifying the killing of newborn girls by rulers, the terrorists said that "zinda dafnana" (burying something alive) was right. They also said that they will find the addresses of such girls and teach them a lesson.
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Last Updated Dec 2, 2018, 2:54 PM IST