India hangs Mumbai attacker

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India has hung the only Pakistani fighter to have survived the 2008 attacks in Mumbai that killed 166 people

(Source: AlJazeeraEnglish YouTube channel)

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Posted by: Shahzad Nadeem

I am having difficulty understanding your logic.
Muslims wear saffron bands?? Since when and where? which muslims are your referring to? kindly enlighten my knowledge.
Kasab was terrorist and so is Colonel Prohit of the Indian army who set up the blast in samjhauta express!

Posted by: Shahzad Nadeem

Hello?
Pakistani? Had he got captured with a Pak ID and and Pak passport while disembarking the yacht?
His identity is questionable with the Hindu Saffron band he was having on his wrist and he has not been provided access by the Pakistani authorities , plus he has not been presented to the media.
Wake up !

Posted by: Prohit

Well that is OK and questionable...coz many muslims also wear the saffaron band on their wrist but either Hindu or Muslim...he was in NO WAY as Fighter...he was a terrorist and killed innocent people, reasons could be any but for sure there is no justification to mindless mass killing.

Please do not insult fighters by referring Kasab as fighter.

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