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Images of a Genocide: Muslims Massacred by Indian Hindu Extremists

 

Khatunbibi, a Muslim, cries after a mob burned her home in the Shahpur area of Ahmadabad, India, Monday, April 22, 2002. Several neighborhoods in Ahmadabad, the commercial hub of Gujarat, were under siege Monday as Hindu and Muslim mobs clashed and set homes and businesses on fire. More than 850 people, mostly Muslims, have been killed in sectarian violence over the past two months. (Ap Photo/ Siddharth Darshan Kumar) - Apr 23 4:37 AM ET

 

 

A Muslim man goes through his house which was destroyed by rioters in Mahamdavad, India April 21, 2002. Seven people were killed and a policeman hacked to death in a fresh upsurge of violence in India's western Gujarat state, police said Sunday. (Stringer/India/Reuters)

 

 

A man carries his child away from his burning house, set on fire by a mob near Ahmedabad, in the western state of Gujarat, April 22, 2002. Officials imposed a curfew in parts of the city after fresh clashes between Hindus and minority Muslims on Monday, police said. More than 800 people, mostly Muslims, have died in the country's worst violence in a decade since a Muslim mob torched a train in which 59 Hindus were burnt to death in February. REUTERS/Amit Dave

 

 

Sakina and her brother Aslam, whose family members were burnt alive, stand outside their house in Ambasana village in the riot hit western Indian state of Gujarat, April 3, 2002. Five Muslims were burnt to death and a sixth person was shot by police as fresh Hindu-Muslim violence flared on the eve of Prime Minister Atal Behari Vajpayee's first visit to the state since the religious bloodletting erupted late in February which claimed more than 800 people, mostly Muslims. REUTERS/Amit Dave

 

 

Sakina (L) her brother Aslam (C) and their mother stand near the dead body of one of five family members who were burnt alive outside their house at Ambasana village in the riot hit western Indian state of Gujarat, April 3, 2002. Five Muslims were burnt to death and a sixth person was shot by police as fresh Hindu-Muslim violence flared on the eve of Prime Minister Atal Behari Vajpayee's first visit to the state since the religious bloodletting erupted late in February which claimed more than 800 people, mostly Muslims. REUTERS/Amit Dave

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