Vishal Sharma

Rookie - 175 Points (10th july 1996/Samastipur (Bihar) / India)

28th Feburary 2002 (Gujarat Genocide)


[Color=Red] A period of inter-communal

violence in the indian state of Gujarat

Two religions moulded India

Into a face of such cruelty that is beyond

IMAGINATION

The attack on 27th Feburary 2002 on a train

thought by most have been carried out by

MUSLIMS

The blood fury took place, killing 58 people

Some of who were the activists returning from

AYODHYA

Races shaped the furious riots across cities

And, muslims were killed at its best for themselves

The women and girls were gang raped and,

then, burned alive...(speechless)

The small children were behaded or either hanged

Pregenent women were stabbed and unborn babies

Were taken out before their eyes(belive me, it happened) .

Atmost 900 muslims and 100 hindus were killed,

though report told it might be more than 2000 muslims

India has a blood slur on her face in the form of

THE GUJARAT RIOT OF 2002

They are humans, my God, we are surrounded by them

Let peace ever travel to the land of Mahatma Gandhi...[/color]

Submitted: Thursday, October 03, 2013
Edited: Friday, October 04, 2013

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