What Kathua tells us about the purpose of outrage
For outrage over the Kathua rape victim, apart from having basic humanity, one must follow the news, ideally from multiple sources, and have an education to articulate outrage
Many are outraged that there isn’t enough outrage over the rape and murder of an eight-year-old girl in Kathua . If a premeditated plan to gang rape and murder her, allegedly executed by members of the administration, law enforcement, and Hindu clergy, inside a temple to explicitly drive out a community from an area does not incite anger and outrage in us, then we are not human. Our humanity is at test, the shibboleth is outrage, and we have failed.