As we think about the ways we can stand with Kashmiris during this violent siege, we should keep in mind that despite pellet guns & all the other threats they face from the occupying Indian Army, they have long stood in public protests & rallies with Palestinians, Rohingya, Syrians, Central Africans, little Asifa. They are playing a leading international role in the fight against forcible disappearance & the use of rape as a weapon of war. They have taught us the long-forgotten ways of solidarity & it is time to respect them in kind.