Running After Antelope - Pages 94 through 111 Summary & Analysis

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Pages 94 through 111 Summary and Analysis

Kashmir had a long religious history. Saints, holy men, poets, and philosophers were drawn to the beauty of this country. There was even a legend about Jesus roaming the countryside and there was a tomb of the "giant Jesus" in the capital city of Srinagar. But just outside the tomb, the streets were filled with violence and the city was war torn. It was not safe to be on the streets. In the past nine years, 50,000 Kashmiris had been killed. Kashmir had long been a contested area because of its central location on the trade routes. The dispute over Kashmir had been raging since the creation of India and Pakistan. When the British pulled out of India in 1947, Gandhi wanted a united India but the Muslims wanted their own state with Allah in charge. The territory remained disputed. In...

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