More jihad violence in Kashmir reported by Fox News:
SRINAGAR, India “” A series of grenade attacks by suspected separatist rebels shook Kashmir’s capital on Friday, killing five people and wounding at least 18, police said.
All those killed were civilians “” three women and two men who died of their injuries at the main hospital in Srinagar, said Mushtaq Ahmad, a police officer at the hospital…
A local news agency, Current News Service, reported that four Islamic rebel groups separately claimed responsibility for the attacks. The groups include Jamiat-ul-Mujahedeen, Al-Mansurain, Jaish-e-Mohammad and Islamic Front.
Various Islamic militant groups have been fighting Indian security forces in the insurgency-hit state of Jammu-Kashmir since 1989 to create a separate homeland or merge the Himalayan region into Pakistan.