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We had been married for ten years, our son was only 8 1/2, a daughter was 3 , and we hada daughter was on the way when they took him from us. He fought for the country he loved and the enemy killed him.
In order to make money and provide for my family, I had to either marry or get a job. I found a suitor but he would only marry me if I sent my daughters to work in the fields. But I was not happy.
My son left to fight in a battle that took my husband, father, and brother from me. He wanted to avenge their honor. I was there to put him on the train to Kashmir, and I will be there to welcome him home.
I had a son about three years after my oldest left to fight in the never ending war, and he came home to see the infant boy. It was then when he told us of the reality in Kashmir.
He told us of constant gunfire, constant fear in the valley, and how young boys, younger than my daughters fighting or carrying messages back and fourth.
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