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Addressing the UN General Assembly, Prime Minister of Pakistan Imran Khan warned on Friday there would be “a bloodbath” once the curfew in Kashmir is lifted. UNIFEED

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DATELINE: 27 SEPTEMBER 2019, NEW YORK CITY / FILE

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1.Wide shot, exterior, United Nations Headquarters

27 SEPTEMBER 2019, NEW YORK CITY

2.Various shots, General Assembly Hall
3. SOUNDBITE (English) Imran Khan, Prime Minister of Pakistan:
“What is going to happen when the curfew is lifted will be a bloodbath. The people will come out, there are 900,000 troops there, they haven’t come to, as Narendra Modi said and he has done this too, for the prosperity of Kashmir, this is supposed to be for the development. These 900,000 troops, what are they going to do? When they come out? There will be a bloodbath.”
4. Various shots, General Assembly Hall
5. SOUNDBITE (English) Imran Khan, Prime Minister of Pakistan:
“What is the world community going to do? Is it going to appease a market of 1.2 billion, or is it going to stand up for justice and humanity?”
6. Wide shot, General Assembly Hall
7. SOUNDBITE (English) Imran Khan, Prime Minister of Pakistan:
“And when a nuclear armed country fights to the end, it will have consequences far beyond the borders. It will have consequences for the world, which is why I repeat I am here, because I’m warning you, it is not a threat, it’s a fair worry that where are we heading?”
8. Various shots, General Assembly Hall
9. SOUNDBITE (English) Imran Khan, Prime Minister of Pakistan:
“And I’ve come here to tell the UN, you got to, this is a test for the United Nations. You are the one who guaranteed the people of Kashmir the right of self-determination. They are suffering because of that and this is the time.”
10. Wide shot, General Assembly Hall
11. SOUNDBITE (English) Imran Khan, Prime Minister of Pakistan:
“Islamophobia since 911 has grown at a pace that is alarming. Human communities live together. There should be understanding amongst them. But Islamophobia is creating a division. Muslim women wearing hijab is becoming an issue, it’s becoming an issue in some country, hijab is some sort of weapon.”
12. Wide shot, General Assembly Hall
13. SOUNDBITE (English) Imran Khan, Prime Minister of Pakistan:
“This Islamic terrorism, Islamic radicalism, and sadly used by leaders, this has been the main reason for this Islamophobia, and it has caused pain among Muslims. We, in Muslim countries watch this Islamophobia travelling abroad and it’s getting worse. And may I just say Mr. President that in European countries, it is marginalizing Muslim communities. And we all know that marginalization leads to radicalization.”
14. Various shots, General Assembly Hall

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Prime Minister of Pakistan Imran Khan warned there would be “a bloodbath” once the curfew in Kashmir is lifted.

Addressing the General Assembly today (27 Sep) in New York, Prime Minister of Pakistan Imran Khan said, “when a nuclear armed country fights to the end, it will have consequences far beyond the borders.”

He added, "It will have consequences for the world, which is why I repeat I am here, because I’m warning you, it is not a threat, it’s a fair worry that where are we heading?”

On Kashmir, Khan further asked, “what is the world community going to do? Is it going to appease a market of 1.2 billion, or is it going to stand up for justice and humanity?”

The Prime Minister reiterated, “I’ve come here to tell the UN, you got to, this is a test for the United Nations. You are the one who guaranteed the people of Kashmir the right of self-determination. They are suffering because of that and this is the time.”

On Islamophobia, Khan said, “Islamophobia since 911 has grown at a pace that is alarming. Human communities live together. There should be understanding amongst them. But Islamophobia is creating a division. Muslim women wearing hijab is becoming an issue, it’s becoming an issue in some country, hijab is some sort of weapon.”

He also said, “this Islamic terrorism, Islamic radicalism, and sadly used by leaders, this has been the main reason for Islamophobia, and it has caused pain among Muslims.”

The Prime Minister continued, “we, in Muslim countries watch this Islamophobia travelling abroad and it’s getting worse. And may I just say Mr. President that in European countries, it is marginalizing Muslim communities. And we all know that marginalization leads to radicalization.”

Khan also noted the importance of combating climate change and corruption.
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