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Kashmir on Lockdown

The people of Kashmir teeter on the edge of a grave humanitarian abyss – beneath a nuclear shadow. On Eid Al-Adha, August 5, Muslims across the world rejoiced in morning communal prayers, a day of sacrifice and feast.

Not 7 million Kashmiris. They awoke to canceled Eid Prayers. Banned parties. Total home confinement. Shoot-to-kill orders for going outside. And a complete communications blackout cutting them off from each other and the world.

Zakat Foundation of America issues an emergency appeal for basic humanitarian aid – food, water, medicine, hygiene kits, and winter clothing.

Please help the women, the children – those suffering in Kashmir.

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