Thursday, 15 September 2016

Blood flows on the streets of Bangladeshi

Grisly animal sacrifices for Eid combined with heavy rains have made the streets of one city run red with blood as they were permitted by the police to allow the slaughters of the animals.

However heavy rains made many of the spots impossible to use.

The blood from the slaughtered liverstock, killed by some Muslims to mark Eid al-Adha, or the Feast of Sacrifice, mixed with the flood water - as can be seen in these dramatic pictures.
During the celebration, goats, sheep or cows are killed to commemorate Prophet Ibrahim's test of faith.

The meat is generally shared among family and friend - and with people who cannot afford to sacrifice their own animals.

Mirror gathered that in Dhaka, people used car parks, garages and alleys to kill the beasts.
The blood then flowed into the flooded streets, turning them into rivers of blood.

Meanwhile two bulls due to be sacrificed in a Muslim festival caused chaos after making bold escape bids - hundreds of miles apart from each other.

The two identical escapes happened in the Buca district of western Turkey's Izmir province and the Korfez district of the country's northern Kocaeli province.

Both cases were filmed by eyewitnesses on their smartphones and showed the bulls' owners frantically trying to recapture the animals .


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