A Radical New Theory on the Origins of the Kashmir Issue
Establishment historians have deliberately perpetuated a rather myopic and false understanding of the Kashmir issue. According to them, it is baggage left behind from the Partition of 1947 (And therefore by implication there is no need to look for answers from the history of Kashmir prior to 1947). They insist that the Kashmir Issue can only be understood in the context of the communalization of politics (Hindu versus Muslim; India versus Pakistan) in the Subcontinent (and therefore these groups/countries are the only main actors involved). While partly true, Kashmir has a secret history which goes back several centuries. In 2013, I finished a book on the Secret History of Iran, and how it was intricately tied with major events throughout the Islamic world. This book was not even tangentially related to the Kashmir Issue. Its main focus was the end of the first Islamic Caliphate, an event which took place long before Islam entered the Indian Subcontinent. Some time ago, I discovered that the crypto-Jewish groups operating in Arabia I had encountered while researching unrelated book are heavily involved in Kashmir! Understanding the Kashmir Issue thus requires a thoughtful study of the relations these secret groups had with Muslims throughout history. But since establishment historians deny the very existence of these secret groups, let alone their influence, a radical rethink is required.
While the Kashmir issue has now been thrust into the media limelight following the Indian Government’s decision to abolish an affirmative action program (Article 370) that was in place for Indian Kashmiris (based on their flawed understanding that the Kashmiri people are the problem), this theory started being researched several months before and does not contain any perspective or additional information on this recent development. At Cabal Times we are committed to Original Content.
Illuminati Intrigues in Kashmir before Islam
Buddhism as a Trojan Horse
The climate and geography of Kashmir is similar to that of many countries where the Illuminati had already established itself (such as the Balkans, the Caucasus etc.) and therefore it comes as no surprise that when Alexander the Great made it to India, a lot of the “Greeks” who came along with him settled in Kashmir. Establishment historians would later lie to us that Alexander never made it past Afghanistan and retreated shortly after, whereas the reality is that his descendants would go on to establish several kingdoms and empires in the Indian Subcontinent. Their biggest act of vandalism was the forcible imposition of Buddhism in India. I have alluded to this elsewhere. To quote,
The Powers That Be are enforcing such monumental change because India is not that foreign to them. They have been here before. They have conquered and colonised it. And no, I am not referring to the British who left officially left in 1947. The story goes even deeper.
In a recent submission to Prof. Henry Makow’s website, an author argues that ancient Greece was not the cradle of Democracy as often portrayed. It was instead the most perfect mind-control-based totalitarian state in Antiquity. Establishment historians would like us to believe that Alexander the Great, a product of this Illuminati society, came marching down from Greece to the Subcontinent in 326 BC for the thrill of it. And that his Greek followers succumbed to illness, addiction and homesickness in the Subcontinent, putting a sad end to this misadventure. In reality, these crafty “Greeks” kept advancing through deceit and psychological warfare, catching the locals completely off guard. They entrenched themselves in the Indian Subcontinent, and through women, infiltrated several local kingdoms and took them over. Their biggest achievement would be what would become known as the Mauryan Empire in India, and later, several Buddhist Empires in the Far East.
What is most strange about the Mauryans was their State-backed implementation of strict Buddhist doctrine. Apparently, the Greeks who had stayed behind became the biggest proselytizers of Buddhism. Talented and able-minded people were encouraged to become celibate and to go seek nirvana in the caves of the jungles through meditation. Trade and business were discouraged as sinful “worldy” pursuits. All sorts of dietary restrictions were imposed on the poor subject population. A massive surveillance state was instituted, which quashed any group that opposed it. Does this sound like the conquest of Indian society by a tiny, nefarious, alien cabal, fearfully outnumbered, yet hell-bent on destroying the pre-existing economy and society?
Here’s how Miles Mathis critiques some of the more misanthropic Buddhist concepts.
[……..] the Buddha actually surpasses Jesus in vilifying Nature herself. Not only is sex a sin, death is a sin. That makes Nature, and the cycle of life, a sin. Jesus recommends an ascetic life, like the Buddha, but he never positions himself as the enemy of death or of reproduction or of the cycles of Nature. Jesus damned the poor fruit tree for failing to bear, but the Buddha would praise it for having achieved mukti. [………]
To my eye, Nirvana appears to be a death wish, suicide without the knife. Notice that the Buddha has defined craving and desire as afflictions. Not just negative cravings or desires, or destructive cravings or desires, but all cravings and desires. A man desiring to kiss his wife: an affliction. A woman desiring to have a child, and to caress that child, and to feed that child: an affliction. A bird enjoying flight: afflicted. A fish craving to eat a fly: afflicted. A dog enjoying a bone: afflicted. A thirsty man drinking from a clear stream: afflicted. Nirvana is not deathlessness, it is lifelessness. Nirvana is not the opposite of death, life is the opposite of death. Life is deathlessness. But the Buddha has fled from life. He cannot abide it.
[According to Buddhist tenets] Perfect wisdom is all knowledge destroyed. The ultimate religious contradiction, the purest poison […….].
[…….] Yes, the Buddha had reached Nirvana, and now had a desire to preach it. “Because he would convert the world he went on toward Benares.” Big contradictions. Having rid himself of all desires, the Buddha desired to preach and proselytize and convert the world to his superior wisdom.
[……..]At least pain is some real sensation: we may imagine that in a diseased mind it is close enough to pleasure to stand for it. But the Buddha does not allow these men, these poor Brahmakarins in the forest, even that consolation. He wants them instead to seek a death-like trance, devoid of all thought, desire, and memory.
[………] Anger is not dark. Sorrow is not dark. Hatred is not dark. All can be used. All are but various forms of light. Even death is not dark. Krishna was right: if you weren't meant to be here, you wouldn't be here. Those who are born are born for experience, not to avoid experience. If you were meant to avoid experience, you could do that very well in the quiet bosom of God. Because you are here, we must assume that Nature imagined she had some use for you here. You are like the little bird pushed from the nest by its mother, for its own good. If the baby bird sits on the ground refusing to fly, and only meditates on the warmth of its mother's feathers, we do not call that baby bird holy. We call him food for foxes.
The foxes grew fat in India. But thankfully, things did not go as planned for the “Greeks,” or whoever they were. A few centuries later, they were met with such vengeful resistance that they literally went underground. According to some, the Ajanta and Ellora caves were their last refuge, constructed as a secret time capsule of their “accomplishments” in India. But even these were not spared. Such strong was the backlash against Buddhism that even today, those seeking to learn Buddhism go to Tibet and the Far East, not the land where the Buddha once walked.
Jainism connected to the Greeks?
The “Greek” Mauryans lost control of India around 185 B.C. Apart from Buddhism, some have also theorized that they also invented Jainism as a substitute for local religions. Adherents of Jainism avoid discussions on the historiography of the religion, claiming it to be eternal. But verified historical milestones seem to line up with “Greek” intervention in the Indian Subcontinent.
Ashoka and Kanishka
During the reign of Ashoka (304–232 BCE), Kashmir became a part of the Mauryan Empire and Buddhism was formally introduced in Kashmir. During this period, many stupas, some shrines dedicated to Shiva, and the city of Srinagari (Srinagar) was built. After the Mauryans, another Greek-Buddhist dynasty (the Kushans) headed by Kanishka, conquered Kashmir. Kashmir was converted into a staging ground for spreading Illuminati influence into Tibet and China through Buddhist monks. Buddhism declined in Kashmir after the destructive invasions of nomadic Huns from Central Asia, after which there was a revival of Hinduism.
However, the revival of Hinduism featured one unexplained anomaly, and that is the emergence of the system of Hindu philosophy known as Advaita Shaivism of Kashmir, or Trika. The main canonical text of this belief system is a collection of seventy seven aphorisms known as Shiva Sutras. They are attributed to the Kashmiri sage Vasugupta of the 9th century C.E. It is important to note that Kashmir Shaivism is a Tantric tradition. The Tantrics saw themselves as independent of the mainstream Hindu Vedic schools of thought and practice, and did not adhere to the rules that had been put in place by these schools. While there are some sparse references to the Hindu god Shiva in the Shiva Sutras, they mostly read like a manual on how a human being can attain an enlightened, superhuman form, similar to the Buddhist concept of Nirvana. Was this a recycling/rehearsal of Buddhism? Kashmir Shaivism was adopted by common Kashmiris and was later exported to South India. Later in the 20th Century, we find Swami Lakshman Joo (who is described as a Kashmiri Brahmin) reviving Kashmiri Shaivism. His ideas were immediately incorporated into New Age Hinduism, which again, is heavily influenced by the Powers That Be. Another branch of Kashmiri Shaivism is called Kaula, and is historical adherents go by the surname of Kaul. They still seem to dominate Indian and Kashmiri political affairs.
In the eighth century, the Hindu Karkota Empire established itself in Kashmir, and the region experienced a short-lived golden age (according to some). Thereafter, Kashmir declined into misrule and sporadic Mongol raids.
Emergence of the Mysterious Shiite Kashmir Sultanate (1346–1580s)
By the 14th Century, Islam had been accepted by many Kashmiris, thanks to peaceful propagation by volunteers, and the emergence of a Muslim kingdom(s) was eminent. In fact, far earlier in the 11th Century, Mahmud of Ghazni had almost conquered Kashmir, but gave up after failing to take the fortress of Lohkot belonging to the Hindu Lohara dynasty.
Mongols to the Rescue
With the emergence of a Muslim kingdom(s) imminent, the Powers That Be sought to prevent the region from slipping into Muslim hands by creating a fake Muslim kingdom, which would superficially pacify Muslims while at the same time, keep the old Illuminati elements of pre-Islamic Kashmir active (alongside some new ones, which had moved in from Iran, disguised as Muslims). As I have mentioned before, Illuminati activity in pre-Islamic Kashmir was centered around Buddhists, many of whom traced their descent to Alexander’s conquest of India. Once such actor appears to be Rinchana (later Sultan Sadruddin). We are told he was a Buddhist Prince from Ladakh, and the son of the Ladakh chief Lhachan Ngos-gruba, who ruled Ladakh from 1290 to 1320. Rinchana was appointed as a minister by Raja Suhadeva of the Lohara dynasty, We are told that Rinchana later converted to Islam through the influence of a Sufi named Bulbul Shah, who is falsely credited with introducing Islam to Kashmir (Islam was introduced long before). Since Rinchana could not topple Raja Suhadeva on his own, a convenient Mongol raid was organized, which saw Raja Suhadeva fleeing to Tibet and Rinchana (now Sultan Sadruddin) becoming a kingmaker of the Lohara dynasty. In my book, the Secret History of Iran, I have theorized that the Mongol invasion of the Islamic World was an Illuminati project. And therefore it is all the more obvious that their raids were timed to bring Rinchana to power.
Suspicious Shiite Sufi Orders
A little investigation reveals that Rinchana’s mentor Bulbul Shah was allied to the Shah Nemat-Ullah Farisi Shirazi (aka Shah Nimatullah Wali), of the Suharawardy Sufi Order. Shiraz in Iran is the epicenter of Jewish-Illuminati activity in Iran. Wikipedia further tells us that Shah Nimatullah Wali got the opportunity to meet barbarian Amir Timur (who was known to slaughter genuine Muslim Saints), but strangely has a soft corner for this Sufi. We also learn that Sufi philosopher and mystic Ibn ʿArabī (1165-1240) was an influence on Shah Nimatullah Wali. Ibn Arabi was a crypto-Jewish Sufi who imported Greek ideas into Islam and disguised them as Muslim ones.
After the Illuminati Safavids came to power in Iran, the Sufi Order Nimatullahi named after Shah Nimatullah Wali, came out of the closet and declared itself as a Shiite order. This only indicates that they were flimflamming Muslims until then. Today, the Sufi Order Nimatulllahi is firmly established in the West and seems to enjoy preference in New Age circles. While the the Suharawardy Sufi Order still remained Sunni, it is important to note that while the founders espoused genuine Muslim thinkers such as Al-Ghazzali and Abdul Qadir Gilani, neither of these thinkers ever initiated any kind of religious group. Some Sufi Orders were created to disguise freemasonry within the Islamic World. The elitism, the mystery, the secrecy and the regimentation found in Freemasonry has been faithfully duplicated in such questionable Sufi Orders. The emergence of crypto-Shiite Sufis in Kashmir appears to have been aimed at countering the growth of mainstream Sunni Islam, and thus preventing the emergence of Muslim political leaders.
Shah Mir, the Mysterious founder of the Kashmir Sultanate
Aiding Rinchana in his political venture was his minister, another mystery Muslim who went by the name of Shah Mir (1339–1342). We are told Shah Mir established himself as a king (and thus establishing the Kashmir Sultanate) after conducting a coup on Rinchana’s successor (after Rinchana got killed). In reality, the transfer was fairly peaceful and Rinchana had in fact delegated Shah Mir as his successor. The project was failing under Rinchana, and therefore they needed a more genuine-looking Muslim to head it, before a genuine natural leader arose among the Muslims. Shah Mir had to compete with Raja Udyanadeva, the last king of the Hindu Lohara dynasty. It was unlikely that he would succeed. Once again, the Mongols show up to the rescue, forcing Udyanadeva to flee, with Shah Mir formally establishing his dynasty.
Who was Shah Mir? We can ascertain that he indeed identified as a Muslim, and that he migrated to Kashmir from somewhere else. But where? We shall soon discover that the answer to that also shines light on many mysteries of the Kashmir issue.
The first piece of flimflam you will encounter is that Shah Mir was from the neighbouring region of Swat, and possibly came from a family of converts of local origin. This appears to be an official fib which the kings of this dynasty repeated to make them appear as the natural, local rulers of Kashmir, and to keep people from prying into their mysterious origins. Digging deeper, we encounter documentation that Shah Mir was also from a Sufi Order, but we don’t know which one Annemarie Schimmel, Islam in the Indian Subcontinent (Leiden: E. J. Brill, 1980) 44. It is very likely he was from the Kubrawiyya Sufi Order, which is named after its founder, Najmuddin Kubra (1145-1221). Kubra was a genuine Sufi from Central Asia, who later died fighting the Mongols, hand to hand. One of his disciples, Saif ed-Din al-Boharsi, would go on to convert the leader of the Mongol Golden Horde to Islam. Since the Kubrawiyya Sufi Order was a legitimate and genuine Sufi Order, we can safely assume that it was also a prime target for infiltration. For example, we see the father of Jalaluddin Rumi (whom I have exposed in my book) joining this Order and becoming a student of Najmuddin Kubra. The Cabal operatives who joined this order would eventually succeed in splitting it into two groups, both of which were openly Shiite (whereas the original group was not). The two groups were the Noorbakhshiya and the hardcore Shiite Dahabiyya (which would later receive official patronage of the Illuminati Safavids of Iran).
Enter Mir Sayyid Ali Hamadani …….
A bigger clue about the origins of Shah Mir can be gleaned by studying a “Sufi” who arrived in Kashmir during the reign of Shah Mir’s grandson, Shahabuddin. We are told that there were up to 700 people in this migration to Kashmir. Annemarie Schimmel, Islam in the Indian Subcontinent (Leiden: E. J. Brill, 1980) 44. This “Sufi” was Mir Sayyid Ali Hamadani (1314-1385). There is no doubt that Mir Sayyid Ali Hamadani was from Hamadan, Iran. He was born there in 1312. In fact, his father, Syed Shahabuddin was a local ruler of Hamdan, and the family had been in power for more than 200 years. And therefore we can assume that Shah Mir was also from Hamadan. Like Shah Mir, Mir Sayyid Ali Hamadani was associated with the Kubrawiyya Sufi Order. But there is a twist, he was from the Dahabiyya branch. Annemarie Schimmel, Islam in the Indian Subcontinent (Leiden: E. J. Brill, 1980) 44. As we have read earlier, this was a hardcore Shiite group, which was later patronized by the Illuminati Safavids of Iran. This makes Mir Sayyid Ali Hamadani a fanatic Shiite, who would pretend to be Sunni to appeal to local Kashmiri Muslims. However, establishment historians have effectively scrubbed his Shiite leanings.
More Contradictions about Hamadani
In Iran, Mir Sayyid Ali Hamdani was a student of Persian Kubrawi Sufi Ala ud-Daula Simnani (1261-1336). Simnani was a genuine Sunni Sufi, who sought to counter the malignant influences of Ibn Arabi on Islam. On the other hand, Mir Sayyid Ali Hamadani pursued the opposite line, attempting to exonerate Ibn Arabi. To quote Wikipedia,
Despite his teacher’s opposition to Ibn Arabi’s explication of the wahdat al-wujud (“unity of existence”), Hamadani wrote Risala-i-Wujudiyya, a tract in defense of that doctrine, as well as two commentaries on Fusus al-Hikam, Ibn Arabi’s work on Al-Insān al-Kāmil. Hamadani is credited with introducing the philosophy of Ibn-Arabi to South Asia. John Renard 2005: Historical Dictionary of Sufism (Historical Dictionaries of Religions, Philosophies and Movements, 58), ISBN 0810853426
So we have a big red flag waving from the very beginning.
In the context of the attempts to paint Shah Mir as being originally from Swat, it is also curious to notice that Mir Sayyid Ali Hamadani was a trusted confidante of the Jehangiri Sultans of Swat. This was of course, long before his role in the establishment of the Kashmir Sultanate, which was after the extinction on the Jehangiri Sultans of Swat at the hands of displaced Yusufzai tribes. Were the Jehangiri Sultans of Swat the real inspiration behind the Kashmir Sultanate? This requires further investigation which is clearly beyond the scope of this article.
The Amir Timur Connection
We are told the reason why Mir Sayyid Ali Hamadani migrated to India was because Amir Timur was ravaging Iran, and Amir Timur requested him to leave. This is odd, because Timur was known to execute religious Muslims. To the contrary, the Mongols developed a deep fondness of the crypto-Jews settled in Hamdan, and appointed them to the most important positions in the administration. In my book, The Secret History of Iran, I have drawn attention to one particular Jewish prime minister of the Mongols (prior to Amir Timur) named Rashid-al-Din Hamadani. Western establishment historians have covered up his crypto-Jewishness by editing out his surname of Hamdani, and changing it to Rashid-al-Din Tabib, and Rashid-al-Din Fadhlallah. In 1945, 53 private letters of Rashid-al-Din Hamadani were published in their original Persian by a Pakistani scholar named Prof. Muhammad Shafi. Establishment historians from the West quickly pounced on them as a possible forgery. The letters detail a project of settling crypto-Jewish people of Greek origin throughout the Islamic World.
In the same book, The Secret History of Iran, I have theorized how Amir Timur was the last phase of a project to destroy the Islamic World, and that his invasion of India was not an attempt to act out his barbarian tendencies, but rather a sophisticated attempt to implant crypto-Jewish Timurids as the new rulers of India. In another article on this website, I have detailed how one such group left behind in India, the Sayyids of Baraha would seriously destabilize the Mughals after the death of Aurangzeb.
The Kashmir Sultanate as an attempt to parody the Delhi Sultanate
In this context, Mir Sayyid Ali Hamadani relocated to Kashmir in 1371 (along with hundreds of other suspicious characters from Hamadan) with the intent of playing a major role as administrators of Kashmir once Timur would cross the Indus and knock out the Delhi Sultanate. Shah Mir’s “grandson Shahabuddin had already earned the ire of the Delhi Sultanate by wrestling control of Peshawar from them. In fact, there is documentation indicating that Shahabuddin was preparing for war against Feroz Tughlaq of the Delhi Sultanate even before Timur invaded India, and it was exactly at this time (1371) that Mir Sayyid Ali Hamadani shows up in Kashmir. A war with the Delhi Sultanate never took place because Shahabuddin had a change of heart and sued for peace after realizing he would be defeated. In 1398, Amir Timur would invade India, dealing a death blow to the Delhi Sultanate (while leaving the Kashmir Sultanate fully intact, because we are told that Shahabuddin “submitted” to him). Amir Timur’s invasion happened a mere 27 years after Mir Sayyid Hamadani had showed up. It is no coincidence that suddenly after that, the Kashmir Sultanate, aided by the support of Mir Sayyid Ali Hamadani rose to prominence, unopposed by the now obliterated Delhi Sultanate which Timur had destroyed. Mir Sayyid Ali Hamadani played a very active role in establishing the nascent Shah Mir dynasty of Kashmir. Back then, Kashmir lacked industry, and its terrain always made it difficult for agriculture. Mir Sayyid Ali Hamdani established all the crafts for which Kashmir is now famous, importing artisans from Iran. Soon enough Kashmir became known as little Iran. To quote,
Hamadani is regarded as having brought various crafts and industries from Iran into Kashmir; it is said that he brought with him 700 followers, including some weavers of carpets and shawls, who taught the craft of pashmina textile and carpet-making to the local population.Hamid Naseem Rafiabadi. World Religions and Islam: A Critical Study, Part 2″ (Sarup & Sons, 2003) 97–105
Isn’t that odd for a “Sufi” (who normally renounce worldly life) to assist in establishing an economy for a newly emerging kingdom? On the other hand, a genuine Sufi named Khaja Moinuddin Chishti (1142–1236) who is credited with winning the largest number of converts to Islam among the local Indian population never supported any Muslim King or dynasty throughout his life. As a rule, Genuine Muslim Saints were extremely careful never to openly support Muslim Kings or dynasties because this would have the effect of legitimizing the political activities of the dynasties, which weren’t always Islamic.
Annemarie Schimmel insists that Mir Sayyid Ali Hamdani died in 1385 at Swat Annemarie Schimmel, Islam in the Indian Subcontinent (Leiden: E. J. Brill, 1980) 45. But then why was a tomb built for him in Khatlon, Tajikistan? (And this line is toed by all establishment historians). Maybe they don’t want us investigating his activities in Swat, which even today, is a hub of Illuminati activity. Guess where Malala Yousufzai is from?
The introduction of Shiism and the reintroduction of Shaivism
Sayyid Ali Hamdani was succeeded by his son, Sayyid Muhammad. He became an advisor for the then ruler of the Kashmir Sultanate, Sikandar (1389-1413) who is infamous for his religious excesses. But given the fact that both Sayyid Muhammad and Sikandar were crypto-Shiite (and crypto-Jewish), the religious excesses were designed to spread Shiism to counter the rise of Sunni Islam. Similar atrocities were later conducted by the Safavids in Iran, on the local Sunni Muslim population such that almost none of it remains today.
The Kashmir Sultanate also saw the rebirth of Kashmiri Shaivism, with its most important proponent being a “Hindu” poetess named Lal Ded. Lal Ded was mentored by another mysterious Sufi who went by the name Makhdoom Jahaniyan Jahangasht, who traced his descent from Jalaluddin Surkh-Posh Bukhari (1198-1292). The rebirth of Kashmiri Shaivism could have been another project of The Powers That Be. We find a Sufi who went by the name Nund Rishi also known as Sheikh Noor ud-Din Wali (1377-1440), to be involved in the project. Nund Rishi had connections to Mir Sayyid Ali Hamdani.
The Kashmir Sultanate mimics the Illuminati Safavids of Iran (but ends up imploding instead)
The Powers That Be hoped that the Kashmir Sultanate, operating from hard-to-conquer fortresses in the mountains of Kashmir, would emerge as a successor to the Delhi Sultanate. However, they had no intention of it emerging as a bastion of mainstream Sunni Islam, and thus a lot of oppressive efforts were put into keeping Kashmir Shiite. Despite gaining a tremendous head start by taking advantage of the elimination of the Delhi Sultanate by Amir Timur, the Kashmir Sultanate later on struggled to survive, because their cruel attempts to impose Shiism on Kashmir backfired in the form of increasing Sunni resistance. The Kubrawiyya Sufi Order was further split into the Shiite Noorbakhshiya faction, named after Sayyid Muhammad Nurbakhsh Qahistani (1392-1464) who was of Bahraini origin, Bahrain being a hub of Ismaili-Shiite conspiracies. Sayyid Muhammad Nurbakhsh Qahistani was a second-generation disciple of Mir Sayyid Ali Hamdani, and although he never visited India, he once declared himself Caliph in Iran and struck coins in his name, for which he earned the wrath of Timurid ruler Shah Rukh Annemarie Schimmel, Islam in the Indian Subcontinent (Leiden: E. J. Brill, 1980) 46.. The Shiite Noorbakhshiya faction was formally established in Kashmir by Mir Shams-ud-Din Araqi, who first entered Kashmir as an ambassador of Uzun Hassan of the White Sheep Turkomen (Aq Qoyunlu) of Iran. In my book, The Secret History of Iran, I have drawn attention to the fact that Uzun Hasan descended directly from the Byzantines, and was an early founder of the Illuminati Safavids. Araqi is considered founder of Shia Islam in Gilgit, Ladakh, Kashmir and its adjoining areas. He also influenced the nobles of the Chak clan to embrace the Shiite Noorbakhshiya faction (instead of mainstream Sunni Islam). The Chaks soon found themselves at constant war with the Sunnis, and as a result, each faction tried to enthrone their puppet kings. Even Araqi ended up being killed in the fracas. From 1472 till the end of the Kashmir Sultanate in 1561, we see 17 different kings being enthroned and dethroned, indicating a virulent power struggle. It is clear that the Shiite Noorbakhshiya faction was struggling to hold on to power.
In the midst of all this, Mirza Muhammad Haidar Dughlat Beg (1499–1551), a Chagatai Turco-Mongol military general, conquered Kashmir in 1533 on behalf of the Sultan of Kashghar. But the sudden death of the Sultan of Kashghar made him retreat. He was back in kashmir in 1540, fighting for the Mughal Emperor Humayun, the first son of Babur. This time he was participating in a military takeover at the invitation of the Sunni rivals of the Shiite Noorbakhshiya faction. He managed to install Nazuk Shah, who represented the Sunni faction in the Kashmir Sultanate, and later brought Kashmir under the rule of Humayun. But Dughlat Beg ended up being killed in a Shiite conspiracy in 1550, and thus Mughal rule could not be firmly established. Here is what Dughlat Beg had to say about the Shiite Noorbakhshiya faction:
Many of the people of Kashmir who were strongly attached to this apostasy I brought back to the true faith whether they willed or not, and many I slew. A number took refuge in Sufism but are not true Sufis.Annemarie Schimmel, Islam in the Indian Subcontinent (Leiden: E. J. Brill, 1980) 47
The origins of Kashmiriyat
When the Kashmir Sultanate faced an imminent end, the Powers That Be tried to revive it by hiding behind certain elements in the Chak clan, which consisted of new converts to the Shiite Noorbakhshiya faction based in Gilgit-Baltistan. One Yousuf Shah Chak even managed to establish himself as a ruler of Kashmir for seven years. Sunni opposition to his rule was lead by two Sunni Sufis, Baba Daud Khaki and Shaikh Yaqub Sarfi. They appealed to Mughal Emperor Akbar to put an end to the abomination which was the Kashmir Sultanate. Akbar annexed Kashmir in 1589, after which it became a summer resort of the Mughals. Yousuf Shah Chak was jailed in Bengal and later shifted to Bihar where he died. His grave remains in Bihar.
The Powers That Be tried to revive the Kashmir Sultanate one last time by spreading sad poetry romanticizing Yousuf Shah Chak and appealing to multi-ethnic Kashmiri nationalism (Kashmiriyat) through exquisitely crafted verses in the Kashmiri language. These were attributed to Habba Khatoon (a lover of Yousuf Shah Chak) and Arnimal, a Hindu poetess. In reality, the themes and content of these verses was very similar to the religious Marsiyas spread by crypto-Jews to rile up Shiites against Sunnis back in Iran. This didn’t work out, and the Kashmir Sultanate and the Chaks were gladly forgotten by the masses.
Studying these crypto-Jewish groups and their activities following the fall of the Kashmir Sultanate can be subject to a Ph.D. dissertation (although such one will be unlikely to receive grants). A cursory look at these groups after the fall of the Kashmir Sultanate sees their hand in almost every major Illuminati conspiracy in the Subcontinent. It seems that they migrated to all important centres of the Mughal Empire and thus no longer became “Kashmir-centric,” although they still maintained hopes of reclaiming Kashmir.
Due to constraints of time and effort, I will be limiting their roles in later periods to brief statements, unanswered questions and observations.
The Mughal Period (Still Romanticised and Remembered)
Under the Mughals, Kashmir would enjoy a period of unprecedented peace, prosperity and cultural florescence. The Mughal era Shalimar Gardens, where the Mughals vacationed to escape the summer heat of Delhi, is best reminiscent of this era. But outside of Kashmir, all hell broke loose for the Mughals.
Is it a coincidence that the Mughals faced a slew of conspiracies intended to wipe out their existence as soon as they annexed Kashmir?
Is it a coincidence that these conspiracies would accelerate when Mughal Emperor Aurangzeb marched to the Deccan and put an end to several conspiratorial Shiite kingdoms that had been established there, the most notorious being Bijapur?
Is it a coincidence that the biggest conspirators against the Mughals turned out to be the Sayyids of Baraha, a mysterious group who disguised themselves as religious people? And who, like Mir Sayyid Ali Hamadani, were tied to Amir Timur’s invasion?
Is it a coincidence that after the fall of the Sayyids of Baraha, the conspiratorial group who landed the death knell on the Mughals were the Nawabs of Awadh, who like Mir Sayyid Ali Hamadani, migrated from Iran?
Is it a coincidence that Hakim Ahsanullah Khan, the traitor vizier of the last Mughal Emperor, had a connection to Kashmir?
The Sikh Period and the Early British Period; The Imposition of the Fake Dogras and the Resurrection of Kashmir as a State-Kingdom (Or the beginning of the Kashmir Problem)
The Sikh Period, which was soon eclipsed by the British Empire, saw the resurrection of Kashmir as a State-Kingdom, and therefore these two parties can be seen as originators of the problem.
In another article on this website, we have seen how the Sikhs were used to counter the Mughals by The Powers That Be. Hindu-Rajput Dogras were the traditional rulers of the region of Jammu (South-Western Kashmir) since ancient times. They had had good relations with both the Delhi Sultanate and the Mughals, who despite having the power, never sought to displace them. This was because unlike the Kashmir Sultanate, they did not stir mischief, and thus they enjoyed a prosperous coexistence. All this would change with the emergence of Sikh power in Punjab. In 1808, Ranjit Singh would annex Jammu from the Dogras, putting an end to their centuries of sovereignty. In the context of Illuminati conspiracy, this was the first attempt by the crypto-Jewish groups to reclaim Kashmir, after the Mughals had snatched it from them. Sikhs were instrumental in this venture.
Since The Powers That Be had lost control of Kashmir because of Muslims, it is no surprise that when they would reclaim it through the Sikhs, they were keen on destroying Muslim populations who had historically opposed them for good. Times had changed, and there was longer a necessity of operating through Muslim groups. To quote:
However, the Sikh governors turned out to be hard taskmasters, and Sikh rule was generally considered oppressive, protected perhaps by the remoteness of Kashmir from the capital of the Sikh Empire in Lahore. The Sikhs enacted a number of anti-Muslim laws, which included handing out death sentences for cow slaughter, closing down the Jamia Masjid in Srinagar, and banning the azaan, the public Muslim call to prayer. Kashmir had also now begun to attract European visitors, several of whom wrote of the abject poverty of the vast Muslim peasantry and of the exorbitant taxes under the Sikhs. High taxes, according to some contemporary accounts, had depopulated large tracts of the countryside, allowing only one-sixteenth of the cultivable land to be cultivated.
Raja Gulab Singh and the fake Dogras
In 1818 Raja Kishore Singh, father of Raja Gulab Singh was appointed the ruler of Jammu by the Sikhs. Raja Kishore Singh and his son Gulab Singh are portrayed by establishment historians as just another branch of Dogra-Rajputs. But a close look at their activities suggest that they were either working closely with crypto-Jewish groups or had probably become one of them (through intermarriage in previous generations). Gulab Singh was among the first of the Hindu Dogra Rajputs to desert his clan (who were the historical rulers of Jammu) and join the army of Ranjit Singh. When Ranjit Singh would annex Jammu in 1808, Gulab Singh was made the Raja of Jammu. The real, legitimate Dogra Raja of Jammu, Raja Jit Singh was forced to flee to British India. Thereafter, Gulab Singh distinguished himself in brutally suppressing anti-Sikh rebellions in Jammu, both those of his fellow-Dogras and those of Muslims. What is suspicious is that the Sikh leadership made extraordinary effort in ensuring that Gulab Singh would be cemented as the ruler of Jammu, whereas they could have brought the region into direct Sikh control. There is no other instance, throughout their history, of elevating a non-Sikh to such a powerful position.
In another review on this website, I have raised suspicion about the Chib Rajputs who are closely affiliated with the Dogras, in particular, Habib ur Rehman Khan, for his role in the disappearance of Indian Independence Leader Subhash Chandra Bose. A few years after this feat, Khan helped secure Bhimber for Pakistani Kashmir. Was it a coincidence that Bhimber is also the home turf of Chib Rajputs, whom Khan identified with? And how can we explain the fact that the last Maharaja of Kashmir had a mother by the name of Rani Bhotiali Chib?
In 1837, the Muslims of Poonch rose in rebellion against the Sikhs. Gulab Singh would brutally crush them and ensure that the local populations also suffered.
The British aid Gulab Singh’s consolidation of Kashmir, amidst the implosion of the Sikh Empire
Since another arm of the Illuminati (the British Empire) had already established itself in India by then, there was no reason for letting the Sikh Empire (or any group with seeking Empire, such as the Marathas) to continue. So Illuminati elements within the Sikh Empire had it spectacularly implode. But before they did so, Gulab Singh was allowed to walk away from Lahore back to Jammu, with a substantial portion of the Sikh treasury at Lahore. This was done during the confusion of the alleged death of Ranjit Singh. This event indicates that The Powers That Be were keen on resurrecting their presence in Kashmir through an independent state headed by Gulab Singh.
The so-called First Anglo-Sikh war (1845-1846) was intended to look like the Sikhs had agreed to transfer their entire empire to the British after losing the fight to the British. The reality is that this was a more of a peaceful transfer to the British and less of an actual fight, and the outcome had already been agreed upon by Illuminati elements within the Sikh leadership. In fact, several Sikh princely states, such as the Patiala State (This royal house is currently headed by Captain Amarinder Singh who is also the current Chief Minister of Punjab) and Jind State openly sided with the British. Following this war, the Treaty of Lahore was concluded on 9th March 1846, in which the region of Kashmir would come under British control. To quote,
IV. The British Government having demanded from the Lahore State, as indemnification for the expenses of the war, in addition to the cession of territory described in Article 3, payment of one and half crore of Rupees, and the Lahore Government being unable to pay the whole of this sum at this time, or to give security satisfactory to the British Government for its eventual payment, the Maharajah cedes to the Honourable Company, in perpetual sovereignty, as equivalent for one crore of Rupees, all his forts, territories, rights and interests in the hill countries, which are situated between the Rivers Beas and Indus, including the Provinces of Cashmere and Hazarah.
At this point, we can see a clear distinction between Britain’s assumed role as a European Imperial Power and its real role as an Illuminati Power. A genuine European Imperial power would immediately consolidate Kashmir for good. But since Britain was an Illuminati Power, we see the opposite happening. Instead of taking Kashmir, they transfer it to a “local” Illuminati group, the “Dogras” of Gulab Singh. A mere seven days after the Treaty of Lahore, the British concluded another Treaty. To quote,
Article 1 The British Government transfers and makes over for ever in independent possession to Maharajah Gulab Singh and the heirs male of his body all the hilly or mountainous country with its dependencies situated to the eastward of the River Indus and the westward of the River Ravi including Chamba and excluding Lahol, being part of the territories ceded to the British Government by the Lahore State according to the provisions of Article IV of the Treaty of Lahore, dated 9 March 1846.
In return, Gulab Singh was to pay a one-time fee of 75 lakh Rupees. What is important is that the Treaty outlined that these were to be Rupees of the tattered Sikh Empire, not British Pounds or gold. This was already an inflated and worthless currency, giving Gulab Singh considerable advantage. Gulab Singh could have still afforded to pay in gold, considering the fact that he has walked out of Lahore emptying the treasury of the Sikh Empire just five years earlier.
Did the British East India Company, at the height of their trading boom, really need 75 lakh Rupees in worthless Sikh Empire currency? Or was this merely a ruse to resurrect Kashmir as a State-Kingdom under a “local” Illuminati player? (Given that the players associated with the Illuminati Kashmir Sultanate were out of the picture, and directly re-inviting them back in would raise eyebrows).
The Princely State of Kashmir as a foster child of the British
This is not the only way the British helped the nascent Kingdom of Kashmir under Gulab Singh. Immediately after Gulab Singh established himself in Kashmir, a British crypto-Jewish administrator by the name of Herbert Benjamin Edwardes was dispatched to assist Gulab Singh to put down a rebellion by Kashmiri Governor Shaikh Imaduddin. Apparently, this was the only local rebellion against the imposition of Gulab Singh by the British. He brutally quashed this rebellion which could have unseated Gulab Singh.
The question remains, why didn’t the British bring Kashmir under their direct control when they could have? In my book, The World War Deception, I have theorized that another Illuminati project, the establishment of the future Soviet Union, was unfolding concurrently at that time in Russia and Europe (yes, the groundwork was underway more than a century earlier). Since the Russians did not have a direct presence in the Subcontinent at that point, The Powers That Be had decided to create large territories seemingly free from British rule, which would be later transferred to them when the Russians would enter Afghanistan. Interestingly enough, during a later power struggle, Dogra Maharaja Pratap Singh was accused of setting up contact with Russians and hostile Afghans. During his reign, a Russian Agent, Captain Gromchevsky, accompanied by a six-man Cossack escort, had entered Hunza. The scandal became so big that the British had to pretend to strip Pratap Singh of authority. To quote,
In February 1889, the Resident Colonel Parry Nisbet stripped Partap Singh of government authority on the charge of keeping treasonable correspondence with the enemies of British Empire. The event later became the subject matter for Rudyard Kipling’s famous Great Game novel, Kim.
In support of this, we predictably find that the Dogra Dynasty would later quietly preside over a social transformation known as Naya Kashmir. To quote Wikipedia,
According to Rasheed Taseer the Kashmiri historian and editor of the weekly “Muhafiz” the idea of making a constitution for the Jammu and Kashmir State was born when a leftist leader Dr Kanwar Ashraf who had recently come from the U.S.S.R to Srinagar mooted the idea that the National Conference being the largest political party should take a lead in formulating a socialistic constitution for the State. This idea was strongly supported by a leftist group within the National Conference which included a noted Kashmiri journalist Sat Pal Sawhney. The job of drafting this constitutional framework was given to one Mr. Bedi (Mr.B.P.L Bedi father of Kabir Bedi) a leftist intellectual who was a Sikh and a close friend of Sheikh Abdullah. The actual writing of this memorandum took place in “Delhi Hotel” at Lahore and at Mr.Bedi’s residence at Model Town Lahore. Persons who assisted in its drafting included Freda Bedi, Danyal Lateefi advocate, Hafeez Jullundhri who was a well-known poet, Mohammed Din Taseer (father of Salmaan Taseer) and Pandit Jia Lal Kilam. The initial draft was in English but Molvi Mohammed Sayeed Masoodi was asked to translate it in Urdu so that it could be read by the general population as Urdu was the State Language and he accomplished this task in just two days. Shekh Abdullah in his memoir “Aatish e Chinar” writes that the job of drafting the Naya Kashmir was given to his friend Mr.B.P.L.Bedi.Freda Bedi wife of Mr. B.P.L.Bedi typed the manuscript. K.M.Ashraf, Mohammed Din Taseer, Danyal Lateefi, and the poet Ihsan Danish assisted in its drafting.
To further quote Wikipedia,
The late Josef Korbel (father of Madeleine Albright, former U.S.Secretary of state) described the Naya Kashmir as a plan supporting Communist ideas, and predicted that Kashmir would be the first Indian State to embrace Communism.
The British Period, and Kashmir’s Pathetic New Life under the fake Dogras
Establishment historians have tried to lump the Princely State of Kashmir/Dogra Dynasty (1846-1952) with other successful semi-sovereign Princely States of India, such as the thriving Hyderabad State. In reality, the rulers of the Princely State of Kashmir/Dogra Dynasty were intrusive and repressive beyond anything the region had witnessed, and their contribution to State infrastructure was disproportionately limited. Some have even argued that they deliberately fostered feudalism and poverty, by limiting the rights of farmers. And unlike the Princely State of Hyderabad, which held up against an Imperial Power breathing down its neck, the Princely State of Kashmir/Dogra Dynasty was never at the receiving end of British intrigues because it was an Illuminati creation/conspiracy itself, and it was never sovereign in any sense.
After Gulab Singh, his successor Ranbir Singh supported the British against the Mughals in every possible way during the events of 1857. He also introduced British-style codification of local laws, which in turn was an Illuminati program to reduce the powers of local interests. Ranbir Singh was repulsed at Gilgit by a local Muslim Raja, and the British authorized him to annex Gilgit, which quickly became a misadventure. To quote,
Come 1851, Raja Gauhar Aman again attacked Gilgit and ransacked the Dogra garrisons making the Dogra forces to run helter-skelter towards Bunji on the left side of the Indus. The redoubtable Gauhar Aman heroically resisted and repulsed many Dogra attacks. and he inflicted a humiliating defeat upon the Dogras n 1852, by annihilating entirely a huge army under Bhoop Singh. After this defeat the Dogra forces never dared to attack Gilgit as long as Gauhar Aman lived.
After Gauhar Aman’s natural death in 1860, the Dogra forces again occupied Gilgit and also captured Yasin in 1861. But soon the Dogras were driven out of Yasin by Gauhar Aman’s son. Though the Muharaja had a foothold in Gilgit Sub Division , his position was very precarious with hostilities from the recalcitrant tribed all around. The adventure thus turned out to be a quagmire for his forces. Hunza and Nagar forces were a constant source of harassment for them whilst Raja Gauhar Aman’s sons persisted with their campaign to dislodge the Dogras from Gilgit through a series of abortive attacks in 1867, 1868 and 1880 respectively.
Once again, the British come to the rescue of the Dogras. Both the Dogras and the British can now be seen collaborating to reduce the sovereignty of other independent tribes that dominated Northern Kashmir. To quote,
[……..] the British Indian Government started taking direct control of Gilgit affairs by setting up a British Agency in 1877.[………….] The British Indian Government then moved swiftly to bring the hostile and unruly tribes under its control also using the ploy to lure through friendship and allowances some of the amenable ones during the course. Given these strategic objectives, they captured Chilas and Gahkuch in 1891 on one hand while on the other, the combined forces of British India and the Dogra State under the command of Col Algernon Durand [after whom the Durand line is named] defeated Hunza and Nagar forces for the first time at Nilt in 1891-92 finally bringing both the tiony independent States under the control of the British Agent at Gilgit. After relieving the mini-siege of Chitral that State was brought under the direct control of the British Indian Government in 1895 while the areas of Gupis, Yasin and Ishkoman were detached from Chitral and merged into Gilgit Agency. With the capitulation of Chitral, the long drawn struggle of subjugation of the principalities of Gilgit region which was first undertaken by the Sikhs in 1842 – continued by the Dogras on the behest of the British in 1860 – was consummated by the British themselves in 1895. It took about 35 years and the combined forces of British India and the Dogra State to completely subdue all the hilltribes of Gilgit and its adjoining areas. However, the regional people restively remained on the lookout for an opportune moment to dislodge the invaders but as fate would have it, their efforts were thwarted and their dreams dashed to the ground with the alien rule having been firmly established literally on the vanishing of the dynastic rule from the chessboard during the course.
By 1891, the Dogra State was performing so badly that the British seriously deliberated annexing it Shashi Tharoor, An Era of Darkness – The British Empire in India (Aleph Book Company, 2016) 99. Maybe the British could more efficiently alter demographics through Bengal-style famines. Thankfully, this never happened. It seems that British minds believed they would be able to accomplish the same through the Dogras. To quote,
Despite being in a majority the Muslims were made to suffer severe oppression under Hindu rule in the form of high taxes, unpaid forced labor and discriminatory laws.[Source] Many Kashmiri Muslims migrated from the Valley to Punjab due to famine and policies of Dogra rulers. Iqbal Singh Sevea (29 June 2012). The Political Philosophy of Muhammad Iqbal: Islam and Nationalism in Late Colonial India. Cambridge University Press. pp. 16. The Muslim peasantry was vast, impoverished and ruled by a Hindu elite.Bose, Sumantra (2005), Kashmir: Roots Of Conflict Paths To Peace, Harvard University Press, 15-17Ian Talbot, Gurharpal Singh. The Partition of India (New York: Cambridge University Press, 2009) 54. The Muslim peasants lacked education, awareness of rights and were chronically in debt to landlords and moneylenders,Bose, Sumantra (2005), Kashmir: Roots Of Conflict Paths To Peace, Harvard University Press, 15-17 and did not organize politically until the 1930s.Ian Talbot, Gurharpal Singh. The Partition of India (New York: Cambridge University Press, 2009) 54.
It is clear that the Powers That Be were actively trying to eliminate certain Muslim groups currently situated in Pakistani Kashmir, who had historically opposed them and who would later oppose a Communist Kashmir (and who had earlier opposed the Kashmir Sultanate). The Princely State of Kashmir/Dogra Dynasty also wholeheartedly supported other Illuminati ventures, such as committing large number of men to both the World Wars. Both the Nizam of Hyderabad and the Maharaja of Kashmir were participants in the Imperial War Cabinet, which indicates a very strong relationship with the British Empire.
What Happened in 1947?
In another article on this site, I have written at length about how certain select Princely States were being manoeuvred into position to act as Illuminati players post-independence, and it was planned that they would outlive the newly independent nations of India and Pakistan. It appears that Kashmir was their most critical project. Clearly, the Princely State of Kashmir/Dogra Dynasty was expected to weather the storm of 1947, and emerge more powerful than ever before. However things did not go as per script.
No, Hyderabad State was not analogous to the Princely State of Kashmir
Establishment historians often erroneously lump the destiny of the Princely State of Kashmir/Dogra Dynasty with that of Hyderabad State, implying that it was only a matter of time before the Princely State of Kashmir/Dogra Dynasty would also fall to either India, or Pakistan, or both. Similar to the manner in which Hyderabad State fell to India. In another article on this website, I have theorized that Hyderabad State became part of India only because of the singular initiative of the last Nizam, who chose Gandhi’s India instead of putting Hyderabad State’s destiny in the hands of British Intelligence, and were it not for his assent, no power could claim Hyderabad State. Similarly, the last Maharaja of Kashmir was in no mood to join either India or Pakistan, and neither neighbouring powers could change that. Unlike the last Nizam, who was atleast clinging to what remaining sovereignty he had, the Office of the Maharaja of Kashmir was an Illuminati project from the very beginning, and the last Maharaja of Kashmir would have no hesitation in involving Western Powers such as the Soviet Union, or petitioning the UN if his sovereignty was threatened by India or Pakistan or both.
The (currently) unheard Poonch Rebellion
So what happened?
A tentative theory is that the last Maharaja of Kashmir suddenly lost control over large swathes of territory currently in Pakistani Kashmir. Previously we have seen that the Dogras under Gulab Singh had in the past, violently suppressed a Muslim uprising in Poonch. And later, the British scurried to aid Ranbir Singh in putting down another Muslim rebellion in Gilgit. The Powers That Be probably assumed that they had extinguished all sparks in the embers. In reality, the same people (and their descendants) had never really moved on. And the exit of the British created a once-in-a-bluemoon opportunity for them to put an end to the rule of Princely State of Kashmir/Dogra Dynasty over them. The fact that these rebels were Muslim and identified with the newly created nation of Pakistan means that they get no sympathy in India, despite the fact that they too were freedom fighters. But this was a logical fallout of the Partition. Had there been no partition, they would obviously identify with independent India (anything but the Dogras). But clearly, this was no longer the equation anymore.
It is a documented fact that the Poonch Rebellion began in February 1947. From what is being told, it appears most of the rebels were ex-British army Punjabis who had settled in Kashmir a generation ago. They had the combined experience of fighting in both the World Wars. Soon enough, the rebels, utilizing the mountainous geography of the region, were able to rout the Dogras and seal themselves from retaliation. But on 24th October 1947 they did something completely unprecedented. They formed the Provisional Azad Government. This is where the term “Azad” (urdu for free) in Azad Kashmir (currently Pakistani Kashmir) comes from, but establishment historians have managed to obfuscate the same. What is most important to understand is that:
- Poonch liberated itself from the Dogras WITHOUT any official or substantive help from the newly created State of Pakistan. They managed to take advantage of local geography to ensure that they would be impenetrable to retaliation and reconquest.
- Poonch initially did not decide to side with Pakistan, but instead styled itself as a NEW, SOVEREIGN entity known as Azad Kashmir.
- All this happened BEFORE Pakistan-backed tribesmen commenced an invasion of Kashmir a few days later.
This threw the Maharaja’s plans for the Princely State of Kashmir/Dogra Dynasty in jeopardy. It would only be a matter of time before an independent, sovereign entity known as Poonch State/Azad Kashmir would come into being. And soon enough, all his Muslim subjects would throw in their lot with it.
Did Pakistan liquidate the Provisional Azad Government of Poonch?
In my book The World War Deception and in another article on this website, I have theorized that the early leadership of Pakistan (political, intellectual and military) had been completely compromised by the Illuminati. If that is indeed the case, then they would have never interfered in the Princely State of Kashmir/Dogra Dynasty. And sure enough, we find that prior to the 24th October 1947 formation of the Provisional Azad Government in Poonch, there was indeed almost no official level interference of Pakistan in the Princely State of Kashmir/Dogra Dynasty. Despite the fact that this was a Muslim majority area, the Muslim League had not operated a single office in it! Neither had they made any noteworthy attempts to woo the Muslims of Kashmir.
So what necessitated Pakistan’s reluctant involvement after 24th October 1947?
Going back to the Illuminati plan, the Princely State of Kashmir/Dogra Dynasty was intended to be a sovereign state, and soon enough it would transform into a powerful Soviet proxy, destabilizing the entire region. The Powers That Be had never anticipated the possibility of the Dogras suddenly losing control over large swathes of their territory and another independent entity coming into existence. Now that this was the reality, contingency plans were created to deal with the situation.
What the Rawalpindi Conspiracy Case was really all about
Pakistan was tasked with liquidating Azad Kashmir by appropriating it. This is evident from three facts.
Firstly, when Pakistan-backed tribesmen later invaded Kashmir a few days after 24th October 1947, they seemed to have secret orders not to proceed further South beyond Poonch. Despite the fact that they could have used the situation to their advantage to appropriate most of Kashmir. Major General Akbar Khan, who led the Pakistan-backed invasion was astounded to find that General Douglas David Gracey, then Commander-in-Chief of the Pakistan Army, put the brakes on deeper involvement of the Pakistani army beyond Azad Kashmir, openly bypassing the Pakistani political leadership. The Pakistani successor to General Douglas David Gracey would later be killed in a mysterious plane crash. With Pakistan being involved, it was only logical that India would also intervene. Akbar Khan contended that Liaquat Ali Khan’s government entered into a ceasefire with Indian forces when he was only four hours from capturing Srinagar. In 1951, Akbar Khan was implicated in the Rawalpindi Conspiracy Case, which was an attempt of likeminded military officers to overthrow the government of Liaquat Ali Khan. This plot was killed even before it materialized and never came to fruition as Akbar Khan made the mistake of allowing Communists to be a part of it (they later got away with lenient sentences). It seems the Communists secretly betrayed all the conspirators to The Powers That Be.
Secondly, while the situation was undesirable to The Powers That Be, having a part of Kashmir under direct Pakistani control was seen as a temporary measure, because The Powers That Be did not see Pakistan continuing to exist after the Soviets made it across Afghanistan. When that would happen, the Powers That Be would once again resurrect Kashmir State. This probably explains why Pakistan has avoided development of infrastructure in Pakistani Kashmir (doing so would integrate it more deeply with Pakistan). Pakistan integrated Pakistani Kashmir for administration purposes fairly recently.
Thirdly, Pakistan covered up the Poonch uprising from the historical record (while crediting itself as the sole interlocutors of liberation from the Dogras). It is only of recent that Western historians have begun to investigate the Poonch uprising. To quote an Australian analyst Christopher Snedden in a recent essay (now a book Kashmir: The Unwritten History),
IN 1947, people in Jammu Province engaged in three major actions that divided Jammu and Kashmir and confirmed that the princely state was not deliverable in its entirety to India or Pakistan. The first was a pro-Pakistan, anti-Maharaja uprising by Muslim Poonchis in western Jammu that ‘liberated’ large parts of this area from the Maharaja’s control. The second was major inter-religious violence in the province that caused upheaval and death, including a possible massacre of Muslims. The third was the creation of the Provisional Azad (Free) Government in areas liberated or ‘freed’ by the Poonch uprising. This region soon popularly became known as ‘Azad Kashmir’. These three actions all occurred during the ten-week interregnum between the creation of India and Pakistan on 15 August 1947 and Maharaja Hari Singh’s accession to India on 26 October 1947. Each was initiated, and then largely undertaken, by J&K state subjects – local people of J&K who had a legitimate right to be in the princely state. The only exception was the inter-religious violence, which, while initiated by state subjects, also was fuelled by the arrival of refugees, external and internal, moving into or through Jammu Province, especially via the Sialkot-Jammu-Pathankot corridor.
One could argue that The Powers That Be could have temporarily assigned all of the Princely State of Kashmir/Dogra Dynasty to Pakistan. They could, but doing so would permanently cut the claim of the hated Dogras to all of the region and uproot them. Instead, the Dogras were rehabilitated in Indian Kashmir with most of their assets and holdings intact. There is even a theory that they seriously sought to remain the sovereign rulers of Indian Kashmir (minus Azad Kashmir) but Nehru would have none of it. To hide their real role as opposition to the Republic of India and enemies of their own subjects, establishment historians created a fake new identity for them, as the real sovereign rulers of Kashmir, who had unfortunately been displaced because of Pakistani intervention, and who had otherwise already committed all of their territory to India by signing an Instrument of Accession signed on 26th or 27th October 1947. Note that this is the same date the Provisional Azad Government in Poonch came into being. And therefore the Maharaja of Kashmir may have been trying to undermine and complicate the claim of the short-lived Poonch State. Some have doubted the date altogether and have suggested that the Instrument of Accession was signed two years later. If that was indeed the case, a legitimate question to be asked was why the Maharaja of Kashmir was so reluctant to accede to India, whereas the more powerful and richer Hyderabad State signed the Instrument of Accession in September 1948 after at least a decade of secret correspondence and negotiation with Indian political leaders.
Needless to say, the Dogras and their support base were rehabilitated in Indian Kashmir. Karan Singh, the French-born son of the last Maharaja of Kashmir went on to become the 1st Governor of Indian Kashmir, the 1st President of Indian Kashmir, The Indian Minister for Tourism and Civil Aviation, The Indian Minister for Health and Family Planning (he supports depopulation), a member of the Rajya Sabha and a twice member of the Lok Sabha. He also served as Ambassador of India to the United States of America (an extremely important position) and was even nominated as a candidate for the President of India. Interestingly, his wife is the granddaughter of the last Rana Prime Minister, Mohan Shumsher Jang Bahadur Rana, and daughter of General Sharada Shumsher Jung Bahadur Rana of Nepal. This was a conspiratorial group which eviscerated the power of the traditional Hindu monarchy of Nepal, which has now been abolished to facilitate Chinese involvement in the region.
One could also argue that The Powers That Be could have temporarily assigned all of the Princely State of Kashmir/Dogra Dynasty to India. But doing so would mean that Poonch State/Azad Kashmir could not be quietly liquidated. Since the Indian Army would be seen as pro-Dogra, they would be met with violent resistance. And if they suffered even one defeat or reversal, the sovereignty of Poonch State/Azad Kashmir would be legitimized before the entire world, putting an end to Dogra hopes for all time to come. Further, if Pakistan at this point did not support Poonch State/Azad Kashmir, their political leadership would be exposed for being the hypocrites they were.
Further, the involvement of both India and Pakistan was necessary to ensure that post-Dogra Kashmir would never be stabilized. At the same time, both Powers could be played against each other to ensure neither were able to fully consolidate, keeping the Kashmir issue an outstanding issue, until the Dogras (or some other group) could return and lay claim to the entire region.
Deterioration of Indian Kashmir post-1947
Indian Kashmir was all set to become another beautiful and vibrant State of democratic India. But this would mean that a new generation of local leaders would emerge, and the conspiratorial interests which traditionally ruled Kashmir would soon recede into obscurity, and would be gladly forgotten.
And therefore a momentous conspiracy was set in motion to prevent new local leadership from emerging in Indian Kashmir. Since the Dogras and historical conspiratorial interests could not openly oppose the Indian Union, and since Muslim Kashmiri commoners could not be motivated to resist the Indian Union in the name of Kashmiriyat, conditions were created so that they could oppose the Indian Union as a religious Jihad.
- Pakistan was green lighted to support separatist militant groups in Indian Kashmir in every possible way. It is important to note that genuine Muslim intellectuals of that time, such as Sayyid Maududi, were initially opposed to such a venture in the absence of a formal declaration of war, because it would subject the Muslims of Indian Kashmir to undue hardship. Since the current generation of young Kashmiris are not as receptive to Pakistan-backed groups, there has been attempts to introduce groups directly linked to the CIA (Al Qaida, ISIL). But these groups have ended up facing resistance from locals (and even from the Pakistanis).
- Concurrently on the Indian side, Kashmir was de-democratized and heavily militarised. This would have the effect of undermining India’s legitimacy in the region, and everyday Kashmiris growing up to see them as an occupying force.
Needless to say, this could not have been accomplished without a serious intelligence failure on the Indian side. Interestingly, the head of India’s external Intelligence Agency in these crucial years (1968-1977) was a mysterious Kashmiri who has only been publicly photographed twice. Some conspiracy theories finger him in the cover-up following the disappearance of Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose. The Powers That Be thus managed to create a cycle of violence. Many Kashmiris who resort to violence do not do so for Kashmiriyat or even Islam, but because they are trapped in a cycle of retaliation and counter-retaliation.
There are numerous instances of mysterious forces at work, on the Indian side, trying to de-legitimize India’s hold over Indian Kashmir. This is compounded by the fact that Indian commoners have a tendency to cheerlead their side as if they were watching another game of Cricket. On the other hand, such “patriots” tend to be oblivious to the fact that independent India faced the worst industrial accident in history, and compensation is still due from an American conglomerate. They also tend to be oblivious that Indian financial criminals fleeing with public money are finding safe refuge Britain. Neither is there ever any talk of holding Britain accountable for the millions of Indians that perished due to famine during British rule. Both India and Pakistan have a tendency to get into hair-splitting debates over who gets to own all of Kashmir. Whereas they should be taking cue from the last competent administrators of Kashmir (the Mughals), who never sought to “Mughalize” Kashmir. Instead, their competent administration automatically vindicated their presence.
Due to constraints, I will only point two such instances of what appear to be mysterious forces at work, on the Indian side, trying to de-legitimize India’s claim to Kashmir.
- Pragmatic Islamic Groups such as the Jammat-e-Islami avoided separatism in Indian Kashmir, and instead tried to focus on reforming the local Muslims of the area, given the fact that many of them were fairly corrupted in their personal and business dealings. Their cadres ended up being targeted and even tortured as terrorists (and in one case, torture resulting in death). It seems that they were posing a competition to the separatist groups. Following the events of February 2019, the organization was banned in Kashmir.
- The Indian Government has an affirmative action plan for Kashmiris, which includes access to education at Universities throughout India. Following the events of February 2019, there was an organized, nation-wide campaign in India to harass such Kashmiri students, forcing them to return to Kashmir and join Separatist groups.
A commonly held misconception in India is that if the separatists succeed, Indian Kashmir would become part of Pakistan. That would be true temporarily. If the Powers That Be did manage to wrestle Indian Kashmir, they would immediately unite it with Pakistani Kashmir. Then the Islamist/Jihad rhetoric would suddenly be replaced by Kashmiriyat, and a new powerful nation overshadowing both India and Pakistan would be constructed on its basis. The Powers That Be are forced to sometimes sing the Islamic rhetoric because of circumstances. They know too well the dangers it poses to them. For them, a dream coming true would be to have both India and Pakistan subtract themselves from the equation. And they nearly came close to accomplishing this February 2019, by trying to stir up a nuclear war between India and Pakistan, ironically, over Kashmir. A full-fledged war between India and Pakistan would last a maximum of a year, before both parties would exhaust themselves, and the doors would finally open up to international intervention, which The Powers That Be are desperately seeking.
It is quite hard to believe that the Kashmir situation as it is, would have been much worse not just for Kashmiris but for the entire region had the Princely State of Kashmir/Dogra Dynasty persisted. It is clear that they would readily involve foreign powers, changing the entire course of the history of the Subcontinent.
Looking For Answers……Beyond Hamadan, and to Yemen
Now that I have explained the origins of the abomination known as the Kashmir Sultanate and how it came to an end, one important missing piece of information that I have not addressed so far is who exactly were these mysterious Shiite crypto-Jews from Hamadan (Iran) from which the rulers of the Kashmir Sultanate (and their “Sufi” acolytes) hailed from? And how can one rationalize their hatred and apathy towards mainstream Sunni Islam?
In modern times, Hamadan was planned on the spokes of a hexagram, an occult symbol associated with the Jewish people. To quote my book, The Secret History of Iran,
In 1928, German architects and urban planners redesigned the layout of Hamadan’s main streets such that they resembled the spokes of a hexagram (Completed in 1933) [……..]Neo-Platonist philosopher and scientist. Avicenna’s tomb is located at the periphery of the hexagram [………]Khajeh Rashid e Hamedani Blvd: Named after Rashid al-din Hamadani, the Jewish Ilkhanid vizier.
So it is clear that crypto-Jewish people are fairly established here. But where did they come from? In my book, The Secret History of Iran, I theorized that this goes all the way back to Cyrus II. To quote,
As mentioned earlier, Cyrus II liberated Jews from Babylonian captivity. In a development that would have far reaching consequences for both Iranian history and the later history of the Islamic World, many of these Jews settled in Ecbatana, which is currently known as Hamadan. Though many left for Jerusalem as well.
I was partly correct. What I missed was a big clue in the very name Hamadan. No establishment historian will explain how Ecbatana ended up being renamed as Hamadan. They will just stop at the fact that this was part of the Arabization of Iran following Muslim conquest. If that was the case, why was the name Hamadan chosen?
The name Hamadan was chosen because members of the Yemenite Banu Hamadan tribal confederation settled here in large numbers during the reign of the last of the rightly guided Caliphs of Islam, Caliph Uthman (583-656). Many sub groups within this tribal confederation were practicing Jews known as Sabaeans. And it seems that these were the ones who mainly preferred to settle in Hamadan, where other Jews had already settled since antiquity. Since these groups were working undercover to undermine the emergence of Islam, they preferred to rename the city after their main tribal confederation (which also consisted of many practicing Yemenite Muslims), rather than draw any attention towards themselves. To quote my book, The Secret History of Iran,
Yet another figure who established himself in Kufa during this period was Said ibn Qays al-Hamdani, who was initially appointed to Rayy. Like al-Ashath, Said also hailed from Yemen. He was from the Al Marib clan, the most influential families of the Banu Hamdan. The Al Marib clan, in turn, was a sub clan of Al-Sabi (Reference to Jewish Sabaeans). Another subgroup of the Banu Hamdan, the Banu Al-Mashrouki settled in Lebanon, producing influential Maronite Christian families, such as the Awwad, Massa’ad, Al-Sema’ani and Hasroun. Another subgroup of Banu Hamdan, the Banu Al Harith, became a part of the Druze community of Syria. Yet another subgroup of Banu Hamdan, the Banu Yam, are mainly Ismailis, and can be found in Southern Saudi Arabia. The Hashid and Bakil subgroups of Banu Hamdan are the main adherents of Zaydi Shiism in Yemen today. It is unclear whether Hamdan Qarmat, the founder of the Ismaili Qarmatians, was a member of Banu Hamdan. The Hamdanids, a breakaway dynasty of the Abbasid Empire, may be linked to a region in Yemen bearing the same name, rather than tribal affiliation to Banu Hamdan.
So who exactly were the Sabaeans? To quote my book, The Secret History of Iran,
The Sabaeans were originally from the city of Marib in Yemen. In antiquity, this was a flourishing and fertile region with plenty of water and rainfall. From 1200 BC to 275 CE, a kingdom associated with the Queen Sheba ruled the region out of Marib. In the beginning of the seventh century (and prior to the advent of Islam), a major dam (or a series of dams) were destroyed by floods. There is a reference to this event in the Quran (The Quran, Sura 34:Verse 15-16). The inhabitants of Marib scattered throughout the Arabian Peninsula.
The term Saba refers to a region of Yemen, as well as the common ancestor of all Yemeni tribes (Saba ibn Yashjub ibn Yarub ibn Qahtan). According to narration attributed to the Prophet of Islam, Saba had ten boys. Six of them settled in Yemen, producing the tribes of Madhij, Kinda, Al-Azd, the Asharis, Anmar (Bajila and Khatham) and Himyar. And four of them settled in Syria, producing the tribes of Lakhm, Judham, Amila and Ghassan.
Needless to say, not all of these tribes were Sabaeans. Many of them later converted to Islam and became the vanguards of Islam in the region. But Sabaeans were definitely scattered among them. And in particular, among the tribes of Kinda and Himyar. The Kindi clan of Yemen were definitely Sabaean in origin. They constituted the army of the fifth century Jewish Himyarite king Dhu Nuwas, when he brutally suppressed Christians. This ghastly episode, which involved burning people alive in pits of smouldering oil actually gets a reference in the Quran (The Quran, Sura 85:Verses 3-9). In the 6th century, the Kindites tried to establish a monarchy over all the tribes of Arabia. The renown pre-Islamic poet, Imru` al-Qays bin Hujr ibn Adi al-Kindi was the last prince of this dynasty, and he was influenced by Mazdakism of neighbouring Iran. In other words, the Sabaean Kindites had come close to establishing monarchy over Arabia, but the rise of Islam permanently buried any such future prospects. The Kindi clan of Yemen were latecomers to Islam. And following the death of the Prophet of Islam, they became apostate. Defeated by Muslims, they acquiesced to Islam, but continued conspiracies secretly. Crypto-Shiites and crypto-Jews are known to be part of this clan, and agent provocateur extraordinaire, Osama Bin Laden, was a member of this clan as well.
Weaving Fabrics and Lies
To quote my book, The Secret History of Iran, many of these Yemenite crypto-Jewish groups were averse to regular Bedouin nomad practices, such as constantly being on the move, and instead settled down to practice lucrative professions.
Unlike genuine Bedouin nomads who were constantly on the move, members of the Kindi clan practiced “safe” professions, such as weaving.
Recall how Mir Sayyid Ali Hamadani established fabric weaving in Kashmir. Also, the word Sufi is a literal reference to people who wore woollen caps, as was in the case of the earliest Sufis, many of whom were crypto-Jewish.
The Quest to destroy the Kaaba
The Christians the Sabaeans brutally suppressed were the early true Christians, not the CIA missionaries of today. Would the Sabaeans have meted a similar treatment to later Muslims? In 570, a later Himyarite king (now feigning Christianity) known as Abraha (short for Jewish Abraham) set out from Yemen with an army of elephants to destroy the Kaaba (which was built by a Prophet of Islam prior to Muhammaad). There is a small chapter in the Quran dedicated solely to this incident (The Quran, Sura 105). According to it, Abraha and his army perished just outside Mecca after swarms of birds suddenly appeared and started pelting them with molten stones.
Without doubt, it can be surmised that these people had a pathological hatred of Muslims. The only reason they could not have burnt them alive in pits of smouldering oil is that Islam overwhelmed them too fast. Therefore they were forced to pretend to be Muslims in order to carry out their secret war against Islam and re-establish their own rule, which had been displaced. As the centres of Islam shifted from Arabia to the Middle East, so did they. When Muslims bravely battled to establish Islam on the frontiers of the Islamic World, the Sabaean crypto-Jews were quick to insert themselves into the equation and carve out little dynasties for themselves in newly conquered territories.
This happened not just in Kashmir but elsewhere as well. There are several such cases in the Muslim dynasties that took root after the Muslim conquest of Spain. In my book, The Secret History of Iran, we come across another variant of crypto-Jews called the Baridis, who after disappearing from the Middle East, mysteriously resurfaced in South India. To quote,
The origins of the Baridis are mysterious. They ruled a minor portion of the Khuzestan/Arabistan province of Iran unofficially from 936-942. This was the first time non-military “civilians” managed to worm their way into the Abbasids. But it was their notoriety for mischief and venality that made them a completely different kettle of fish. [………] In addition, they corrupted the coinage of the Abbasids, and reforms were required to undo the damage done long after they were gone.187 The Baridis were minting coins under the Abbasid name. They were careful though, to avoid adding the Baridi name to the debased coins,188 even though they had assumed full power in Baghdad. Soon enough, Ibn Raiq was assassinated. Abdallah had to flee when his troops started rebelling. And his brother, Husayn, was executed after the Caliph approved a highly popular fatwa against him.189 Soon after, the Baridis were driven out of Baghdad, Basra and Wasit by the Buyids, and they literally disappeared. [……..] But it seems the Baridis had moved seek their fortunes in the fringes of the Islamic world, where few would know about their dark past. But they took with them their venality. [………..]Mahmud Gawan, was murdered in a conspiracy hatched by another noble, Nizam al-Mulk Baihri. Soon, the [Bahmani] Sultanate broke into five kingdoms. One of these kingdoms was the Bidar Sultanate/Barid Shahi dynasty, which lingered until the 17th century. [……..]Amir Barid was known as “the fox of the Deccan” because of his intrigues. An inscription on Rangin Mahal eulogizes a Baridi king as a “messenger to empires.” Was this a reference to the early Baridi who started out as a messenger of the Abbasid Empire?
Needless to say, the biggest threat these crypto-Jewish groups faced were genuine Muslim religious figures, who could out them for who they were and declare jihad on them. Only genuine Muslim figures had the abilities to connect the dots. They had no access to the genealogical information of these perpetrators back then. But Islam had strengthened their abilities of making judgements based on what these perpetrators said and did. The crypto-Jewish groups responded by disguising themselves not just as Muslims, but as ultra-religious Sayyids, Sufis and Shaikhs. In this matter, they had the advantage of possessing Semitic features. They used this to their advantage by claiming Arab descent, as the Arabic people are also Semites. But even this measure was not foolproof. For example, in 1720, Syed Hussain Ali Khan Barha, head of the infamous Sayyid brothers (crypto-Jews who had managed to usurp the Mughal Empire) ended up being beheaded and his severed head was displayed on a pike in the streets of Delhi. Despite their efforts which spanned more than a century, the tables had been turned on them.
Understanding a Modus Operandi
The crypto-Jewish groups were of course, not oblivious to the threat posed to them by genuine Sunni Muslims. After carefully studying their activities in pre-Islamic times, Islamic times, and even modern times, I have begun to see a pattern which they follow.
- If Islam or a genuine religion (such as early Christianity) is in its formative phase, they attempt to stomp it out by running the entire gamut of conspiracies they can conjure. This can be seen in the attempts on the Life of the Prophet and the attempts to put an end to the early Muslims by collaborating with their pagan enemies. This can also be seen in the drastic measures of the fifth century Jewish Himyarite king Dhu Nuwas, such as burning early Christians alive in pits of smouldering oil.
- If Muslims manage to establish themselves but they happen to be a non-ruling minority, and if the crypto-Jewish groups manage to infiltrate the majority non-Muslim group, they quickly instigate a genocide of the Muslim minority. This can be seen in present-day China. A more unique case is that of Burma, where Muslims coexisted peacefully for ages, and even in recent times, despite the CIA sponsoring a separatist movement in Rohingya. But when the traditional Burmese rulers (the military) lost power to a foreign backed “democratic” faction, there was an immediate genocide of Muslims. Similarly, when Jewish-Soviet Intelligence managed to establish the Khmer Rouge in Cambodia, their fiercest acts of genocide was against the Cham Muslims. Similarly again, the relationship of the Muslim minority in India with the Hindu majority is being poisoned now that the same groups have managed to infiltrate Hinduism.
- If Muslims manage to establish themselves politically, the crypto-Jewish groups immediately float new religious variants of Islam and mobilise them to oppose the Sunni groups. This is to prevent territorial conquests from falling into Muslim hands (and instead staking a claim in them).Their favourite counter-groups are usually variants of Shiism. But on some occasions, entirely new religions have been created loosely borrowing from Islam, as in the Punjab.
- If Muslims manage to establish themselves politically and there is no chance of opposing them successfully, these groups reluctantly start pretending to be mainstream Muslim, and sometimes even succeed at infiltrating the ruling and religious elite. But when the slightest opportunity presents itself, they switch horses with non-Muslim groups and abandon the former. This can be seen in the case of the crypto-Jewish Muslim rulers of Spain (in the last period), who seemed to have collaborated with the Catholics to not only end their kingdoms but to drive out all Muslims from Spain.
Applying our Theory to the Kashmir Issue
If we are to study the Kashmir Issue in this context,
- The creation of the Kashmir Sultanate was an attempt to stake an illegitimate claim in the territory of the Delhi Sultanate. Given the strategic location of the region, it may be assumed that it was intended to be a foothold for conquest of the entire Subcontinent.
- The crypto-Jewish groups did have scattered influence among the local Hindu and Buddhist groups, even before Islam entered the region, but this influence could not be converted into a viable political faction, and therefore they were forced to work with Muslims.
- The same groups tried to impose the Shiite Noorbakhshiya doctrine as an alternate religion to prevent Islam from taking root.
- However, local Muslim figures collaborated with the newly emerging Mughals to put an end to the Kashmir Sultanate for good.
- Following this, there was a failed attempt to revive the Kashmir Sultanate on the basis of pan-Kashmiri nationalism, or Kashmiriyat. This is where Kashmiriyat begins. The Mughals on the other hand, gainfully ruled Kashmir, turning it into the paradise it is wistfully seen as.
- Deprived of their operating bases in the former Kashmir Sultanate, the crypto-Jewish groups spread out to important centres of the Mughal Empire. They can be credited with a potpourri of anti-Mughal conspiracies, which finally destroyed the Mughals. However, any hope of reviving the Kashmir Sultanate had long been crushed. Under the Mughals, Kashmir witnessed its Golden Age.
- With the arrival of the British and the annihilation of the Mughals, crypto-Jewish groups re-established themselves with the aid of crypto-Jewish elements in the Sikhs and the British (who were completely crypto-Jewish). This time, they established themselves not as Muslims (or even Sikhs and British) but as Hindus linked to a traditional Kashmiri ruling clan. This was meant to ensure that their legitimacy would never be questioned.
- Cognizant of the role certain Muslim groups had played in the fall of Kashmir Sultanate, the Dogras were tasked to liquidate these groups through policies of genocide, famine and oppression. They succeeded, but their practice of sending Muslim groups to participate in the Illuminati World Wars as gun fodder resulted in the creation of new, armed Muslim groups in Poonch and Gilgit. It is said the last Maharaja of Kashmir first became alarmed about their presence when they showed up in an armed parade in support of the Maharaja.
- The Princely State of Kashmir/Dogra Dynasty was slated to emerge as the most powerful nation in the entire Subcontinent, slowly transitioning into a Soviet proxy.
- The little known event, the formation of the sovereign entity known Azad Kashmir centered in Poonch was the biggest threat the “Kashmir project” had faced since the Mughals. It was this event which led to the hurried abandonment of the “Kashmir project” centered around the Dogras, and in its place, the creation of a disputed, conflict zone between India and Pakistan.
- It was this event which led to Pakistan’s involvement in Kashmir. Otherwise, the Pakistani leadership was ambivalent to the plight of Kashmiri Muslims.
- Post 1947, the emergence of new local leaders in Indian Kashmir was subverted by destroying the relationship between the Indian Union and the Muslim population of Indian Kashmir. This time, the gears had been switched from the now obsolete Dogra Kashmiriyat to Jihad. The Indian Government on the other hand made a serious blunder by allowing Dogra interests to dominate politics in Indian Kashmir, and allowing the population to be alienated.
- The crypto-Jews associated with the Kashmir Sultanate are now at the helm of Pakistan, and this may explain Pakistan’s contradictory policies with respect to Kashmir (Being ambivalent to Muslim oppression by the Dogras prior to 24th October 1947 and pursuing the opposite line later, while at the same time, being coy about the genocide of Muslims in China). Unless the citizenry of Pakistan initiate a purge against these skeletons in their closet, they too will end up becoming skeletons.
- The Powers That Be have no intention to allow either India or Pakistan to squander their centuries of
effortsconspiracies in the “Kashmir Project.” They see the involvement of both parties as a temporary contingency, necessitated by the Poonch crisis.
Postscript on Mysterious Groups linked to the Kashmir Sultanate
The Kashmir Sultanate formally ended in 1589. That was 430 years ago. That is a lot of time for the mysterious groups associated with it to multiply and migrate elsewhere. There are indications that they spread far and wide throughout the Subcontinent. And with the arrival of the British, they were forwarded to the helm of managing Muslim affairs in the Subcontinent. Which means a lot of them ended up in Pakistan and continue to influence its destiny. They never abandoned the “Kashmir Project” and it will always be on their to-do list. Its just that they got busy juggling several other “projects,” some of them much larger and bigger than the “Kashmir Project” in scope.
Note that the following are just red flags, indicators of the presence of these mysterious groups. They cannot be considered as concrete evidence without studying genealogical information, which is beyond the scope of this article.
According to a website calling itself the Shah-e-Hamdan American Foundation for Education (Shah-e-Hamdan being a reference to Mir Sayyid Ali Hamadani), many direct descendants of Mir Sayyid Ali Hamadani settled in Danda Shah Bilawal, a village in Punjab, Pakistan. This is a “model village” with a lot of rich people, and gets a lot of funding from the Pakistani Government. To quote,
Syed Ahmed Kabir Hamdani (Shah Sultan Bilavil), descendent of Shah-e-Hamdan Ameer-e-Kabir Syed Ali Hamdani –RA traveled through northern parts of India in the early Mughal period and settled at Danda Shah Bilavil, Tehsil Talagang District Chakwal. Hamdani Sadaat or descendents of Shah-e-Hamdan –ra are living in many parts of Pakistan. Hamdani Sadaat have established educational institution in various parts of Pakistan. Annual conferences are held in Pakistan, Kashmir and Tajikistan to spread the message of Hazrat Ameer-e-Kabir -ra.
While I do have some degree of respect for Benazir Bhutto, I still fail to fathom how an intelligent woman like her could be tricked into marrying a scoundrel-windbag named Asif Ali Zardari. Interestingly, the grave of a forefather of Asif Ali Zardari is in Danda Shah Bilawal. After Benazir Bhutto was assassinated by The Powers That Be, Asif Ali Zardari managed to jump into her seat, and undertook a lot of questionable and traitorous actions as Prime Minister of Pakistan. During his Presidency, he also announced the construction of Gambhir Dam, which was to be the largest small/medium dam of Pakistan in the vicinity of Danda Shah Bilawal. He had a son with Benazir Bhutto, who has been groomed into being the chairman of his mother’s party. This son was named Bilawal!
Danda Shah Bilawal comes under the Talagang Tehsil, the headquarters of which is the town of Talagang. Here is what Wikipedia has to say about the people that live there:
Majority of population of Talagang is of Awan tribe which is further divided into sub clans of Awan tribe; some of the major sub clans are, Samsaal, Agraal , Shukral , Tarair , Mundial , Dholay, Khariyal , Mudhwal, Sabal, Panhal, Mangral, Kharchal, Shah Muhammadal , Hastal , Jhatla , Majhial , Saparsaal , Chandral etc. Hastal is the only cast that belongs to this soil. Rest all are migrated ones. A large number Syeds are also living in Talagang, Hamdani , Zaidi , Bukhari, Naqvi, Gardezi etc. of which none of Syeds originally belongs to Talagang. They all migrated from Iran, Kashmir etc.
We have come across the Awan tribe earlier on this website. To quote,
The Awans are a Punjabi-landlord “group.” Many notable figures in the Pakistani military count among them. The following are some prominent Awans,
Malik Meraj Khalid – Caretaker Prime Minister of Pakistan, Speaker of the National Assembly, Chief Minister of Punjab.
Malik Amad Khan – former Minister of State for Foreign Affairs.
Air Marshal Nur Khan – Commander in Chief of the Pakistan Air Force, 1965–69, Governor of West Pakistan, 1969–70, and recipient of the Hilal-i-Jurat.
Amir Mohammad Khan Nawab of Kalabagh – Governor of West Pakistan, (1960–66).
Dilip Kumar – a Bollywood superstar.
Imran Awan, a Pakistani IT worker who name became associated with the recent scandal about the disappearance of Hillary Clinton’s email servers, which were used for illegal activities. The fact that the Democratic Party of USA would choose him, a foreign national, for such a sensitive task is telling.
Qazi Mian Muhammad Amjad, a questionable Sufi.
The Talagang Tehsil comes under the Chakwal district of Pakistan. In the 1960s, the capital of Pakistan was shifted from Karachi to Islamabad, which just happens to be 90 kilometres north of the city of Chakwal. During the 1857 Rebellion, many notables in Chakwal Dustrict were awarded for their traitorous support of the British. The following notable people just happen to be from Chakwal District:
- Manmohan Singh, Former Prime Minister of India
- Madan Mohan, Music Director
- Air Marshal Nur Khan (Awan) Politician, Sports Administrator, and Commander in Chief of Pakistan Air Force
- Lt. General Abdul Qayyum, Retired Three-Star Pakistani General
- Iftikhar Khan Designated to become the First CnC of Pakistan Army, died in the Air crash in 1949
- Colonel Imam Member of Special Service Group (SSG) and Inter Services Intelligence (ISI) of Pakistan Army. This man had a very special relationship with the Mujahideen fighting the Soviets in Afghanistan, and later, the Taliban. On 26th March 2010, Colonel Imam and another ISI operative Khalid Khawaja and a British journalist named Asad Qureshi (and his driver) were kidnapped in Pakistan by a mysterious group. Imam and Khawaja were killed. But strangely, Qureshi and his driver were released. Khalid Khawaja was somehow connected to the 2007 Siege of the Red Mosque in Islamabad. Khawaja was also accused of being a point man for an American Pakistani named Mansoor Ijaz, who had ties to American politicians. The Red Mosque incident seems to have been a planned attempt at overthrowing the Musharraf government and establishing Al Qaida in Islamabad itself. Were Imam and Khawaja murdered to cover up higher interests involved in the Red Mosque siege? I will discuss the significance of the Qureshi surname in the next section.
- Colonel Muhammad Khan Famous Writer and Veteran of WW II
- Ayaz Amir, a Pakistani columnist and former politician. Previously, he had been a member of the Provincial Assembly of the Punjab between 1990 and 1993 and a member of the National Assembly between 2008 and 2013. Fozia Behram, Politician. He was accused of raping a 15 year old girl in Chakwal, but the scandal was buried by the media.
- Allah Bakhsh Malik, Academic, Researcher, Development Economist, Social Scientist, Management and Institutional Development Specialist
- Abdul Khaliq, Olympian Sprinter
- Major Malik Munawar Khan Awan, Pakistan Army Major.
- Awais Zia, Cricketer
- Yahya Khan, third President of Pakistan, or rather, a military nobody who appointed himself President. This man is credited with the loss of East Pakistan (now Bangladesh). Some conspiracy theorists believe that his incompetence was deliberate, as East Pakistan was scheduled to become an American proxy, independent of Pakistan.
- Raja Yasir Humayun Sarfraz, Minister of Education and Tourism, Punjab
- Sardar Zulfiqar Ali Khan Dullah, Politician. He has been accused of interfering in the posting of revenue officers.
- Aamer Sohail, Cricketer
- Khudadad Khan, VC (20 October 1888 – 8 March 1971) was the first South Asian recipient of the Victoria Cross.
- Sadaf Hussain, Cricketer
The family of former Prime Minister of Pakistan Nawaz Sharif is of Kashmiri origin (from both sides) and some have speculated a connection with the Kashmir Sultanate.
As I have mentioned earlier, crypto-Jewish groups connected to the Kashmir Sultanate are in fact Yemenite in origin, and bear distinct Semitic features. We also learnt that they used this to their advantage by claiming Arab descent, as Arabic people are also Semites. We find this trick being used earlier in India by crypto-Jewish groups who settled on the South Indian Coast claiming to be “Syrian Christians” instead.
The Appropriation of Surnames
What I additionally discovered was that these crypto-Jewish groups had appropriated surnames belonging to genuine Muslims of Arabian descent, specifically those of the holy cities of Mecca and Medina. I found two such surnames repeatedly surfacing in Illuminati projects in the Subcontinent. The first one is Qureshi, which refers to the Quresh tribe of the Prophet. The second one is Ansari, which refers to early Muslim converts from Medina, who assisted the Prophet. It is important to note that there are also many genuine Qureshis and Ansaris, and therefore a surefooted approach cannot be complete with a study of genealogy (But this is usually confidential and inaccessible). For example, Tipu Sultan was a genuine descendant of the Quresh tribe.
The rise of a Parody Hindu State
What got this article started was my surprise in discovering some people using these surnames being involved in the Project for a “Hindu State” in India! I cannot divulge the identities of these few people because the association is suggestive in nature, and only those into Conspiracy Theory would take it seriously. It is important however, to understand what this particular project is all about. These mysterious groups tend to be hateful and murderous people. The idea of mutual coexistence is appalling to them (as is Mughal India, or Gandhi’s India). Throughout history, they exaggerated religious, racial and economic differences to create distinct groups. They then hide behind some of the more powerful groups to loot and oppress other groups. A good example of this is Muslim Spain, where crypto-Jewish groups managed to prosper in the composite societies created by the Moors, only to betray the Muslims to the Spanish Conquistadors. After Muslims were completely uprooted, the crypto-Jewish groups infiltrated the Conquistadors of both Spain and Portugal. They soon restyled the Catholic Church itself as a colonial enterprise, and went on a World Tour of plunder, bringing war, genocide and disease to the vibrant civilizations in the newly discovered continents of the Americas. The same interests seek to restyle Hinduism as a parody of its genuine self. This new Hinduism will be the basis of a North Indian, Sanskrit-Hindi speaking colonial enterprise imposed on the rest of India. Through it, the Powers That Be will be able to wage unrestricted war, plunder and genocide of other less powerful Indian groups. Needless to say, this scenario will automatically finalize their “Kashmir Project” as well, as the Indian Republic will automatically loose legitimacy not just in Kashmir but in many other areas as well. This will also give The Powers That Be the brutal ability to silence critics, as those who criticize the actions of the State will be equated with the criticism of Hinduism. It seems that this “project” was slated for post-independence, but when Indira Gandhi nationalized the banks (which were bankrolling the Project through foreign funds) and abolished the privileges of the conspiratorial former Princely States, the Project came to a standstill. According to research undertaken by GGINews, the Powers That Be have managed to subvert Indian democracy in the last few years through the introduction to Electronic Voting Machines. To quote,
RTI’s by Venkatesh Nayak, the programme coordinator of an independent NGO based in Delhi has exposed that imported micro-controllers from a multi-billion dollar corporation based in the Netherlands were sourced for the EVMs used in the current elections. The name of the company is NXP Semiconductor and the product identification is MK61FX512VMD12. [……..]NXP was earlier known as Philips Semiconductors. In 2006 Philips sold 80.1% stake in Philips Semiconductors to a consortium of private equity investors consisting of Kohlberg Kravis Roberts (KKR), Bain Capital, Silver Lake Partners, Apax Partners & AlpInvest Partners. [………….] One of these private equity partners Kohlberg Kravis Roberts is a very controversial firm known as the “Merchants of Debt”. In his book “Merchants of Debt: KKR and the Mortgaging of American Business” author George Anders explains the closed boardroom deals and how exactly this firm brought Debt Economics to Wall Street […….]Another of NXP Semiconductor’s private equity partners Silver Lake Partners is the original funder of Facebook, who has now come under worldwide condemnation and serious inquiry for meddling in elections in various nations including India, where a case has been filed against Facebook for waging war against India and is accused of treason. Questions have been raised by personnels of security agencies we spoke to on how such a dubious company with connections to a firm who is being tried for election meddling worldwide got cleared for the sensitive job of providing micro-controller chips for EVMs. However, NXP Semiconductor’s own record is also not less than dubious. In 2015, NXP was merged with Freescale Semiconductor. There is an interesting story how this merger came about. On March 8, 2014, Freescale announced that 20 of its crucial scientists were killed aboard Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 that went missing. A year later, Freescale was merged with NXP. Four days after the disappearance of flight MH 370, a patent for a semiconductor was approved by the U.S. patent Office. This patent was shared among 5 principal holders, owning 20% each: Freescale Semiconductor and four of its Chinese employees who were aboard MH370.
Freescale Semiconductors is in turn, owned by the Rothschilds. To quote,
With the four Chinese patent-holders now missing and/or killed, this now leaves 100 percent ownership of the patent in the hands of the Texas-based Freescale Semiconductor Company, which, in turn, is partially owned by the shadowy Blackstone Group, a New York-based Private Equity-Investment Banking firm, owned by Israeli-British banker Jacob Rothschild.
In another article on this website, we see documentation of alarming Rothschild involvement in India. Some now believe that Sovereign India has now entered into a twilight zone, soon to be replaced by a colonial enterprise disguised as extreme Hindusim. If that is indeed the sad case, Sovereign India (1947-2014) had a lifespan shorter than that of Sovereign Hyderabad State (1724-1883). Note that Hyderabad State lingered after 1883, although it had lost its sovereignty, which is typical of major powers, which don’t just suddenly disappear.
Below is a list of Qureshis (and some Ansaris) I found in really odd places in both India and Pakistan. Needless to say, one cannot be sure of their origins without genealogical research. I leave that to other readers.
Hashim Qureshi: A pro-independence Kashmiri separatist leader and one of the founding members of Jammu Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF) and now the Chairman of Jammu Kashmir Democratic Liberation Party (JKDLP), one of the main separatist Kashmiri political organisations in Indian Kashmir. Hashim Qureshi and his cousin Ashraf Qureshi hijacked an Indian Airlines plane on 30 January 1971 en route from Srinagar to Jammu and brought the plane to Lahore, Pakistan. Strangely, the Pakistani Government found them guilty of collaboration with the Indian Intelligence! Hashim Qureshi then ended up in the Netherlands. In December 2000, he showed up at Delhi airport, and was arrested. He was released on bail in December 2001. The latest post on his blog laments the fall of buffoon Prime Minister of Pakistan, Nawaz Sharif.
Shahabuddin Yaqoob Quraishi is an Indian civil servant who served as 17th Chief Election Commissioner (CEC) of India ( 30 July 2010 – 10 June 2012 ). He is also a current member of the International Elections Advisory Council. S.Y. Quraishi. S.Y. Quraishi presided over the Office of the Election Commissioner at a time when the controversial Electronic Voting Machines were being phased in. In media interviews, he seems to be defensive about them. To quote,
The Quint has found out that about this matter, the Election Commission hasn’t just misled the public, but even one of its own former bosses!
Former Chief Election Commissioner Dr SY Quraishi has told The Quint that in 2017, he heard allegations that the sensitive task of handling EVMs was being outsourced during Assembly elections in 2017. On reaching out to the EC, Quraishi says he was assured by EC officials that only in-house engineers had checked EVMs and VVPAT during those elections.
Quraishi had even tweeted about it in November 2017, going as far as to even attach the guidelines EC had shared with him, which said: “Only engineers of BEL/ECIL, who are on their payroll, are deployed for FLC (First Level Checking) of elections.”
And yet, ECIL’s RTI reply concedes that they did use private engineers during the Uttarakhand state elections – something the Election Commission continues to deny!
Huma Qureshi: Indian actress of Kashmiri origin. She stars in a Netflix Hindi TV Series called Leila, which introduces India to the upcoming “Hindu State” dystopia. Some Conspiracy Theorists have called it predictive programming. The take-home message of Season One is that resistance to the future Orwellian “Hindu State” will be futile, and will come at enormous cost (including the loss of loved ones and children). It also hints at the possibility that an artificial water scarcity is being imposed on India.
Moeenuddin Ahmad Qureshi was a Pakistani American economist and civil servant who served as Caretaker Prime Minister of Pakistan in an acting capacity from July to October 1993. Qureshi also served as the senior vice president of World Bank. Qureshi was married to an American citizen, Lilo Elizabeth Richter (likely Jewish). He enjoyed playing tennis and was reportedly a collector of classic cars and antiques. His mansion went on the market for $8 million in May 2016.
Moin Akhtar Qureshi: To quote an Indian newspaper,
An alumnus of Delhi’s St. Stephen’s College, Moin Akhtar Qureshi is the millionaire meat exporter from Kanpur, who faces multiple investigations, ranging from tax evasion to money laundering and corruption. Qureshi started his meat business in 1993 in Uttar Pradesh’s Rampur. Over the years, his business grew exponentially, allegedly due to his wide network of influential friends in the corridors of power. Besides his meat business, Qureshi had established an elaborate web of hawala channels in Dubai, London and Europe. He is also accused of spending large sums through hawala transactions and other modes to oblige government officials, including CBI officers and politicians.
Note that getting a meat export license is rare in India. A “Muslim” getting the same is even rarer. This only proves that beef bans are only meant for stirring tensions among common people, and do not apply to the ruling elite of India.
Abraham Qureshi: A fictional character described to be the head of the Illuminati, a 2019 Indian Malayalam film called Lucifer. You can’t make this up. This movie is full of Illuminati references. Abraham is a Jewish name.
Aisam-ul-Haq Qureshi is a Pakistani professional tennis player. He is currently Pakistan’s top player. Qureshi’s clothing and shoes sponsor is Lotto. On 29 March 2008, Aisam signed an agreement with Pepsi for sponsorship of coach for one year. He became the first Pakistani sportsman who wasn’t a cricketer to star in a Pepsi advert and become one of their brand ambassadors.
Hanif Kureishi is a British playwright, screenwriter, filmmaker and novelist of Pakistani and English descent. In 2008, The Times included Kureishi in their list of “The 50 greatest British writers since 1945”. Here is what he has to say about his origins:
My [paternal] grandfather, an army doctor, was a colonel in the Indian army. Big family. Servants. Tennis court. Cricket. Everything. My father went to the Cathedral School that Salman Rushdie went to. Later, in Pakistan, my family were close to the Bhuttos. My uncle Omar was a newspaper columnist and the manager of the Pakistan cricket team…. My grandfather, the colonel, was terrifying. A hard-living, hard-drinking gambler. Womanising. Around him it was like The Godfather. They drank and they gossiped. The women would come and go
Kamran Qureshi is a filmmaker and television director/producer in Britain and Pakistan.
Mustafa Qureshi is a Pakistani film and television actor who has acted in more than 600 movies, in Urdu, Punjabi and Sindhi languages.
Makhdoom Shah Mahmood Hussain Qureshi is a Pakistani politician who is the current Federal Minister for Foreign Affairs since 20 August 2018, previously holding the position from 2008 to 2011. He has been a member of the National Assembly of Pakistan since August 2018 and the Vice Chairman of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf since December 2011.
Mohammad Abbas Ansari is a prominent political leader and Shia cleric from Indian-administered Jammu and Kashmir. He is a Kashmiri separatist, ex-chairman of the All Parties Hurriyat Conference, and founder of the Jammu & Kashmir Ittihadul Muslimeen (JKIM) political party.
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|1.||↑||Annemarie Schimmel, Islam in the Indian Subcontinent (Leiden: E. J. Brill, 1980) 44.|
|2.||↑||Annemarie Schimmel, Islam in the Indian Subcontinent (Leiden: E. J. Brill, 1980) 44.|
|3.||↑||Annemarie Schimmel, Islam in the Indian Subcontinent (Leiden: E. J. Brill, 1980) 44.|
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|6.||↑||Annemarie Schimmel, Islam in the Indian Subcontinent (Leiden: E. J. Brill, 1980) 45.|
|7.||↑||Annemarie Schimmel, Islam in the Indian Subcontinent (Leiden: E. J. Brill, 1980) 46.|
|8.||↑||Annemarie Schimmel, Islam in the Indian Subcontinent (Leiden: E. J. Brill, 1980) 47|
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