Day in Pictures: Does the world care!


A Kashmiri woman cries during a funeral of Wamik Farooq in Srinagar February 1, 2010. REUTERS/Danish Ismail (INDIAN- ADMINISTERED KASHMIR - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS)

 


An Indian policeman tries to chase away Kashmiri protesters during an anti-India protest in Srinagar February 2, 2010

 

 

Indian police and Muslim demonstrators clashed in Kashmir’s main city on Monday during anti-India protests fueled by killing of a protester by police, witnesses said.

Farooq was killed late on Sunday in a hospital after he was hit by a tear gas shell fired by the Indian police to disperse an anti-India protest in down area of Srinagar, protesters said.

 

Kashmiris Protesting in the Indian Occupied Jammu and Kashmir. Jan 24, 2010.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Pictures Taken from the online Weekly Picture folder of the Muslim Observor.

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3 responses to “Day in Pictures: Does the world care!

  1. steve

    It saddens me greatly to see the suffering of regular people. I sincerely wish we all could live in peace.

  2. Moe

    Umer – I haven’t been hearing much lately about India vs Pakistan re Kashmir. Pakistan/Afghanistan is eating up all the oxygen. Do you know what’s happening there?

    • a lot of things are happening in Kashmir, US media completely censors the issue of Kashmir. This post is about another wave of recent protests in Kashmir.

      Pakistan is facing another wave of public protests, espacially by people in Black Coats (lawyers) against Zardari. Its a struggle between an Idependent Judiciary vs. Very unpopular government. Lets see what happens.

      More Anti-Americanism because of US Drones Attacks and the series of suicide attacks by Terrorists at the Pakistani Public.

      India offered to talk with Pakistan, after don’t know how many years, but it won’t go anywhere as long as Kashmir issue is not solved. Pakistani army is on alert regarding an attack from the India’s side, while Pakistani Army helps US in the War against Terrorism in the Tribal Belt of NWFP. I heard today on NPR that Pak Army arrested the second top commander of Pakistani Taliban!!

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