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Nepalese Attack a Mosque and Muslims in Katmandu

Thousands of enraged Nepalese attacked a mosque and more than a hundred Muslim-owned businesses and homes here on Wednesday to protest the killing of 12 Nepalese workers by terrorists in Iraq. Two men were shot dead by the police, and the government imposed an indefinite curfew on the capital to restore order. The violence included attacks in Jhapa district, in the southeast. The 12 Nepalese workers, who were killed on Tuesday, had ventured to Iraq to support their families by working as cooks and cleaners for a Jordanian company, according to relatives. The terrorist group, Ansar al-Sunna, said it killed the men because they were supporting American forces in Iraq. Full Story

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