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25 JULY 2011: Basti Mahraan Village, Punjab, Pakistan.  Hindu women sit near a Hindu temple that was renovated with the help of the Muslim villagers.  Mahar Abdul Latif, a former member of Muslim terrorist group Lashkar-i-Taiba (LeT) found his views towards Hindu's change after  Bachu Ram, a Hindu offered to donate his rare blood type to save the life of a Muslim woman. As a result relations  have thawed in the traditional violence between the Muslims and Hindu's of the village. Picture by Graham Crouch/Toronto Star.