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Demonstrator Reimagined as 'Islamic Rage Boy'
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Demonstrator Reimagined as 'Islamic Rage Boy'

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Brian Ledbetter, curator of the Web site SnappedShot, noticed one protester showing up in pictures from multiple demonstrations in Kashmir. That person, Shakeel Bhat, then became the basis for a caricature and photo-parodies. Ledbetter and Izhar Wani, reporter for Agence France Presse, talk with Deborah Amos.

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