Terror Attack: An Indian killed a Muslim in the name of Religion (GRAPHIC VIDEO CONTENT)

Terror Attack: An Indian killed a Muslim in the name of Religion (GRAPHIC VIDEO CONTENT)

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India and Pakistan has never been friends as nations for many reasons. One of the major reason for this has been religious differences. In India, the  majority of Muslims face extremism by Hindu extremists on daily basis and once in a while a heart-wrenching event like the one shared below comes in light that breaks all boundaries of humanity.

A man was brutally killed and burnt alive by a Hindu extremist in Rajasthan in the name of religious and national sovereignty of Indian nation. The culprit recorded the entire event and posted it online with a statement to justify his acts, that has brought a chill down the spine of everyone who has watched it.

 

 

This is not the first time we have seen extremism against Muslims in India.

Looking back at the most horrific incidents against Muslims in India, we have gathered some images of deadly riots in Mumbai in 1992.

A stabbed person laying on street at Bhindi Bazar during 1992-93 Bombay riots. Police personnel trying to help him. Source: Express archive photo

A stabbed person laying on street at Bhindi Bazar during 1992-93 Bombay riots. Police personnel trying to help him. Source: Express archive photo

Children surrender themselves in front of Army Jawan during Curfew after Bombay riots January 1993. (Source: Express archive photo)

Children surrender themselves in front of Army Jawan during Curfew after Bombay riots January 1993. (Source: Express archive photo)

n the week immediately succeeding December 6,1992, riots broke out in Bombay as a result of communal tension prevailing in the city after the Babri Masjid demolition.

n the week immediately succeeding December 6,1992, riots broke out in Bombay as a result of communal tension prevailing in the city after the Babri Masjid demolition.

The commission also spoke about the “built-in bias” of the police force against Muslims. Source: Express Archive

The commission also spoke about the “built-in bias” of the police force against Muslims. Source: Express Archive

The second phase that commenced on January 1993 “by the Hindus brought to fever pitch by communally inciting propaganda unleashed by Hindu communal organisations and writings in newspapers like Saamana and Navaakal. It was taken over by Shiv Sena and its leaders who continued to whip up communal frenzy by their statements and acts and writings and directives issued by the Shiv Sena Pramukh Bal Thackeray.” Express Photo by Neeraj Priyadarshi

The second phase that commenced on January 1993 “by the Hindus brought to fever pitch by communally inciting propaganda unleashed by Hindu communal organisations and writings in newspapers like Saamana and Navaakal. It was taken over by Shiv Sena and its leaders who continued to whip up communal frenzy by their statements and acts and writings and directives issued by the Shiv Sena Pramukh Bal Thackeray.” Express Photo by Neeraj Priyadarshi

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