Syed Ali Shah Geelani aged 84 and rumored to be dying from liver cancer is a pro Pakistan Kashmiri leader who wants to “free” Kashmir from India He leads one faction of the All Parties Hurriyat Conference,
The All Parties Hurriyat Conference (APHC), an alliance of secessionist parties and leaders, was formed on March 9, 1993 as a political front to further the cause of Kashmiri separatism. The amalgam has, since then, been consistently promoted by Pakistan in the latter’s quest to establish legitimacy over its claim on the Indian State of Jammu and Kashmir.
There are currently two factions of the Hurriyat Conference led by Mirwaiz (a hereditary title of one of Kashmir’s important religious seats, and also head priest of the Jamia Masjid in Srinagar) Umar Farooq and Syed Ali Shah Geelani.Internal fissures within the Hurriyat Conference had culminated in a formal split on September 7, 2003
Geelani has happily extorted thousands of Kashmiri boys to fight Indian forces and many have been killed in the process The present chief Minister of Kashmir had in 2007 accused Mr. Geelani of being responsible for the bloodshed in Kashmir and putting guns in the hands of innocent youth. “They gave their wards a good career and gun to the poor youth. They will be accounted for each drop of innocent blood shed in Kashmir in last 17 years,” the Omar Abdullah said referring to Geelani.
Geelani has a son in law whose name is IFTIKHAR GILANI Iftikar is a National Bureau Chief of DNA (Daily News and Analysis) in New Delhi Previously, Gilani has worked with Voice of Germany, Daily Times, The Friday Times (Pakistan), Tehelka and the Kashmir Times.
Now the Zionist body AJC (American Jewish Committee) has a project called Project Interchange, an educational institute of AJC, brings opinion leaders and policy makers to Israel for a week of intensive travel and learning.Participants experience Israeli society, connect with their Israeli counterparts and learn about Israel’s extensive contributions in their fields.
On August 2010 A group of prominent Indian journalists visited Israel from July 26-August 1 (a week) through Project Interchange, an educational institute of AJC.
Reflecting India’s rich geographic, religious, and linguistic diversity, seminar participants were selected from Hindi, Urdu, and English language media outlets which cover India’s northern, southern, eastern, and western regions, some of which target primarily Hindu or Muslim audiences.
Participants in the Project Interchange Seminar for Indian Journalists included:* Bureau Chief, Kashmir Times (Delhi) see http://projectinterchange.org/?seminar_id=4941
Now it turns out that the Bureau Chief Kashmir Times in 2010 was Iftikhar Gilani son in law of S.A.S Geelani Old man Geelani always criticises India Indian agencies and constantly claims Israeli agents are moving about in Kashmir
WHAT ABOUT HIS SON IN LAW GALLIVANTING ON AN ALL EXPENSES PAID ONE WEEK TRIP TO ISRAEL ? IS S A S GEELANI A KOSHER “SEPARATIST”?