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From last year's Day of Rage over Pope Benedict XVI's "controversial" speech, 15 September 2006:

Kashmiri activists belonging to the Muslim League (ML) shout slogans during a protest against Pope Benedict in Srinagar September 15, 2006. (Fayaz Kabli/Reuters)


From last Friday's Martyr's Day protest in Srinagar:

An activist of Muslim League, a Kashmiri separatist party, shouts slogans during a protest to mark the anniversary of "Martyrs' Day" in Srinagar July 13, 2007. Shops and business remained closed in Srinagar on Friday as Kashmiri separatists called for a strike to mark the anniversary of demonstrators who were killed while protesting against a Hindu ruler in Kashmir. REUTERS/Fayaz Kabli (INDIAN-ADMINISTERED KASHMIR)
SRINAGAR, INDIA: An Indian policeman arrests an activist of the Muslim League, an Indian Kashmiri separatist party, during a protest march held on the occasion of Martyrs' Day in Srinagar 13 July 2007. The main city in revolt-hit Indian Kashmir shut down 13 July to mourn the killing of 23 "martyrs" by the region's last Hindu ruler three-quarters of a century ago. Businesses and shops closed in Srinagar and other Muslim-majority regions in response to the strike called for Martyrs' Day. The strike marks the deaths of 23 people slain by the army of Kashmir's last maharaja as they protested against his autocratic rule. AFP PHOTO/Irshad KHAN (Photo credit should read IRSHAD KHAN/AFP/Getty Images)


SRINAGAR, INDIA: Activists of the Muslim League Jammu Kashmir chant slogans as they march during a commemeration for Martyr's Day along the streets of Srinagar, 16 July 2006. Twenty three people were killed when Maharaja Hari Singh, a Hindu who ruled the Muslim-majority state until the creation of India and Pakistan in 1947, sent forces to quell protests against his rule on 13 July 1931. AFP PHOTO/ Sajjad HUSSAIN (Photo credit should read SAJJAD HUSSAIN/AFP/Getty Images)


Indian Kashmiri activists of pro-Pakistan group the Muslim League (ML) shout anti-Indian slogans during a protest in Srinagar, 23 February 2007. The hardline seperatist group demonstrated against the ongoing peace process between India and Pakistan and the actions of moderate Kashmiri seperatists. AFP PHOTO/Tauseef MUSTAFA (Photo credit should read TAUSEEF MUSTAFA/AFP/Getty Images)


An Indian police officer detains an activist of Muslim League, a Kashmiri separatist party, during a protest to mark the anniversary of "Martyrs' Day" in Srinagar July 13, 2007. Shops and business remained closed in Srinagar on Friday as Kashmiri separatists called for a strike to mark the anniversary of demonstrators who were killed while protesting against a Hindu ruler in Kashmir. REUTERS/Fayaz Kabli (INDIAN-ADMINISTERED KASHMIR)


An activist of Jammu Kashmir Muslim League marching toward Martyrs Graveyard is detained by police in Srinagar, India, Friday, July 13, 2007. Shops and businesses remained closed Friday in Indian Kashmir after separatists called for a strike to mark Martyrs Day anniversary when 21 Kashmiri Muslims were ordered killed to quell an uprising in 1931. (AP Photo/Rafiq Maqbool)


SRINAGAR, INDIA: Activists of the Muslim League, an Indian Kashmiri separatist party, shout slogans during a protest march held on the occasion of Martyrs' Day in Srinagar 13 July 2007. The main city in revolt-hit Indian Kashmir shut down 13 July to mourn the killing of 23 "martyrs" by the region's last Hindu ruler three-quarters of a century ago. Businesses and shops closed in Srinagar and other Muslim-majority regions in response to the strike called for Martyrs' Day. The strike marks the deaths of 23 people slain by the army of Kashmir's last maharaja as they protested against his autocratic rule. AFP PHOTO/Irshad KHAN (Photo credit should read IRSHAD KHAN/AFP/Getty Images)


SRINAGAR, INDIA: Activists of the Muslim League, an Indian Kashmiri separatist party, shout slogans during a protest march held on the occasion of Martyrs' Day in Srinagar 13 July 2007. The main city in revolt-hit Indian Kashmir shut down 13 July to mourn the killing of 23 "martyrs" by the region's last Hindu ruler three-quarters of a century ago. Businesses and shops closed in Srinagar and other Muslim-majority regions in response to the strike called for Martyrs' Day. The strike marks the deaths of 23 people slain by the army of Kashmir's last maharaja as they protested against his autocratic rule. AFP PHOTO/Irshad KHAN (Photo credit should read IRSHAD KHAN/AFP/Getty Images)


SRINAGAR, INDIA: Activists of the Muslim League, an Indian Kashmiri separatist party, shout slogans during a protest march held on the occasion of Martyrs' Day in Srinagar 13 July 2007. The main city in revolt-hit Indian Kashmir shut down 13 July to mourn the killing of 23 "martyrs" by the region's last Hindu ruler three-quarters of a century ago. Businesses and shops closed in Srinagar and other Muslim-majority regions in response to the strike called for Martyrs' Day. The strike marks the deaths of 23 people slain by the army of Kashmir's last maharaja as they protested against his autocratic rule. AFP PHOTO/Irshad KHAN (Photo credit should read IRSHAD KHAN/AFP/Getty Images)

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