Rejecting violent jihad in India

In 2002, Rubina Sandhi's home was burned down by Hindu mobs during anti-Muslim riots. Instead of turning to violence, she is one of India's many Muslims who are fighting back against extremism.

 
 

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Rubina Sandhi, right, gets help with her wedding dress from her brother's wife in Ahmedabad, India. The sectarian violence in 2002 hardened tensions between Hindus and Muslims, and many youths in Sandhi's community turned to stricter forms of Islam.


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