In Dhaka, Bangladesh, rivers of blood run throughout the city and its streets after a series of animal sacrifices were carried out for a Muslim festival named Eid al-Adha.
Residents of the capital have been reported to be wading through Dhaka’s narrow streets which became flooded due to a mixture of both animal blood and rainwater.
It has long been tradition to commemorate God’s test of Ibrahim, where many Muslim families sacrifice animals and proceed to share the meat with the poor.
This series of animal sacrifices however, disrupted the residents’ daily lives.
The Muslim tradition of sacrificing livestock such as goats, sheep and even cows has streamlined the streets with their internal organs as well.
The Eid al-Adha Festival has been widely notorious for its mass animal slaughtering as a form of celebrating Muslim festivity.