“Asi gachi Pakistan, bata ros ta batanev san” (meaning in Kashmiri: “We want Pakistan with Hindu women and without their men.”)
“Rus ne Baazi haari hai hind pe larza Tari hai ab kashmir ki baari hai” (“The Soviet Union has been defeated, our eye is next on India, and Kashmir comes next for jihad to reign.”)
“Pakistan se rishta kya la ilaha ill Allah” (“Our connection with Pakistan is the Islamic profession of faith.”)
“Hum kya chahte Nizam e Mustafa” (“What do we seek? Islamic rule.”)
“La sharqiya la garbiya, Islamia Islamia!” (No Eastern, no Western, only Islamic, only Islamic!”)
These were the slogans that replaced the adhan in mosques in Kashmir on January 19, 1990 when over half a million aboriginal people of the Indian-administered Kashmir valley were given three choices: to convert to Islam, to flee the valley of Kashmir, or to accept dhimmi status under Islamic sharia law. These aboriginal people were the Kashmiri Hindus.