April 1, 2014

Second Sunrise of Indian Jihad

Praveen Swami, The Hindu

The Associated Press

Each bombing the Indian Mujahideen carries out is a medium for a political message enmeshed with India’s dystopic communal landscape: that democratic politics cannot defend India’s Muslims.

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