On the 7th day of Ramadan, my true love gave to me... A tire burning in the street.
Welcome, fellow Jawas! Our coverage of this "festive" Ramadan season in Kashmir will continue as long as the press coverage does, so please be sure to check back often! (Big thanks to Rusty for the link, as always!)
We here at Snapped Shot have noticed that, in addition to the fact that Kashmiri muslims don't seem to care one bit about their deeply suffering (yet curiously non-muslim) fellow citizens, they also seem to be celebrating Ramadan 2010 in a most boisterous manner.
As such, I think it's only appropriate that we highlight just how devout these Muslims are, so you can understand the depravity of the perpetually-aggrieved goons who would hijack the "religion of peace" for their own political ends—Which in this case is the total annexation of Kashmir by Pakistan.
(We even hope to give you a small peek at how much support these people are getting from the "unbiased" photographers that cover them.)
Our coverage will continue as long as this mockery of the Islamic high holy season does, so be sure to check back here tomorrow for even more outpourings of religious fervor.
Kashmiri protesters demonstrate behind a burning tyre during an anti-India protest on the outskirts of Srinagar August 18, 2010. The two-month-old protests, the angriest since a separatist revolt against New Delhi broke out in Kashmir in 1989, have so far killed 59 people. The latest violence started with the death of a teenage student hit by a tear gas shell in early June. REUTERS/Fayaz Kabli (INDIAN-ADMINISTERED KASHMIR)
Celebrating Ramadan: Day 8.