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Today, many young Indians see Kashmir only through the lens of bloodshed and violence.
That obviously does not prevent him, alongside so many other prominent anti-Semites, from perceiving Israel as a shining ideological exemplar.
Exceptions apart, TV anchors are mostly lip-syncing the script handed by someone else.
The Pulwama massacre illustrates how porous our security architecture remains to domestic and external threats.
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