Asiya Andrabi is the founder and leader of Dukhtaran-e-Millat, Daughters of the Faith, a Kashmiri women's Islamic and separatist movement which embraces jihad. At the time I spoke to her in Srinagar - in April 2001 - she had spent time in jail and her husband, whom she described as a mujahid, had been released after seven years in jail. She had her two sons, aged eight and one, with her during the interview. I wrote a piece based on our conversation for the Guardian which published it with the headline: Daughter of Faith who will fight the holy war for ever. Part of the Guardian article is posted below - including the photo taken by my BBC colleague Alastair Elphick (and crouching on the left of the photo is the BBC's Jon Ward).