Rana Ayyub (@RanaAyyub )

Rana Ayyub

Bio Journalist. Global Opinions Writer @WashingtonPost. Words in TIME, New Yorker, NYT, Guardian, Foreign Policy.

Book- Gujarat Files: Anatomy of a Cover Up

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Android : A gentle reminder that we need your help with our extensive relief work that is on for the last three months. Thousands of families out there are waiting for us to lend a helping hand. Donate here.

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Android : "..many Indian journalists stood outside the iconic Dal Lake reporting that everything was normal, just as 7 million Kashmiris were trapped, stripped of all democratic protections and basic rights."
Brave Rana Ayyub writes despite threats, intimidation
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Android : ”A child lost his grandfather — he knows a truth impossible for him to express and communicate. That’s why we must step up.”

This is timely and astute. ⁦Rana Ayyub⁩ you're so brave. More power to you! washingtonpost.com/opinions/2020/…

Android : Speaking the truth about Kashmir comes with a heavy price. The threats against me are part of the broader strategy that’s seeking to also silence Kashmiri journalists. But we have an obligation to tell the world what’s happening without fear of sedition
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Android : Last month Kashmiri journalists were given a 53-page Orwellian document with new media guidelines by the local administration that sought to create a more nationalist narrative of the stories emerging from the valley.
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Android : As poets, academics, journalists, authors, students, and assorted other dissenters are jailed across India, the voices of those unjustly incarcerated by the state can only grow louder. Priya Ramani writes here

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Android : Last month Kashmiri journalists were given a 53-page Orwellian document with new media guidelines by the local administration that sought to create a more nationalist narrative of the stories emerging from the valley.
washingtonpost.com/opinions/2020/…