Thursday, November 27, 2008

Mumbai Attacks

I just don't get it anymore! How can there be so much hate in this world?? This is really sad - these terrorist attacks on innocent human beings! The Taj Hotel in Mumbai was the first 5 star hotel built in India and the hotel itself is very grand overall. But not anymore due to the recent attacks on it along with the other hotel - Oberoi. This whole thing was because these stupid morons who were armed with AK-47's, grenades and machine guns, wanted some stupid prisoners released - dumb fucks!! These are some of the horrific visuals. Guests at the Taj Hotel are rescued by firemen from the fourth floor in Mumbai November 27, 2008
Streets of Mumbai in a mess with policemen roaming with guns for safety.
Policemen taking cover from the shooters / terrorists.
Destruction of public property due to the grenades thrown by the terrorists.
The blood shed at the train station where bombs went off!! Those innocent lives!
A wounded man covered with blood.
An innocent child - attended by a police officer.
A victim is taken to the hospital in the ambulance near the site of an attack in the Colaba area of Mumbai
Fire engulfs the top floor of the Taj Mahal hotel, site of one of the shootouts with terrorists
The Taj Mahal hotel in flames
Smoke and flame billow from the Taj Hotel in Mumbai November 27, 2008. Gunmen killed at least 80 people in a series of attacks in Indias commercial hub Mumbai and troops began moving into two luxury hotels on Thursday where foreign hostages were being held
Fire brigade officers helping victims of the fire.
Nearly 80 people were killed in a series of shootings and blasts across Indias financial capital Mumbai late 26 November, the state government said. The Maharashtra state government said the death toll had risen to 78, according to the Press Trust of India news agency, and that six Indian army units had been deployed to the south of the city. Heavily armed men with automatic weapons and grenades targeted two of Mumbais top luxury hotels, the Taj Mahal and Trident, and the main Chhatrapati Shivaji railway station.

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