A Kashmiri Facebook friend posted this comment on his wall: “we kashmiris r ready to kick Indian dogs out of JandK.” Facebook removed it saying it violated FB community standards.
The top photo is Indian soldiers kicking an older Kashmiri man attempting to remove the bodies of protesters. The bottom photo is Indian soldiers ganging up on & beating an unarmed Kashmiri man.
Sharp words of indignation violate community standards on social media? What kind of human rights standards are being violated by the Indian military? Will Zuckerberg end his friendship with Indian prime minister Modi over such violence? Or does indignation only get to go one way?
(Both photos are from Facebook and Twitter. Photographers unidentified)