The report dealt with a number of themes, the most important of which are:
First: The freedom to practice religious rites in international agreements
The practice of religious rites is considered a right of freedom of expression of belief that allows the holder of the religious belief to express and practice it without coercion. Without the freedom to declare affiliation to a particular faith, the ability to follow the teachings of the chosen faith, including religious rites, and to transmit them from one generation to the next, seems to be lacking. Thus, freedom of expression ensures the defense of cultural diversity resulting from religious diversity.
The practice of religious rites is closely related to the right to meet, because whoever embraces a religion seeks to spread it and spread its teachings and rituals, and this will only be achieved through meeting others. Everyone has the right to education because it makes it easier for him to learn about the various rites and rites of his religion.
Second: Features of violations of the rights of Kashmiri Muslims
Dealing with Muslims in Indian Kashmir – as part of India’s complete minorities – is subject to the provisions of the Indian Constitution and laws that specifically differentiate and discriminate in dealing with Muslims. The constitution defines the system of government as a multi-religious democracy; Any state is secular and protects freedom of religion or belief.