Felani, 15 years old Bangladeshi girl. On Friday, 7th January, 2011 at 6am she and her father were climbing the barbed wire boundary between Bangladesh and India border (exact location: International Border No. 947, between 3 and 4 s pillar of Anantapur, Fulbari) using a ladder. Her father, Nuru Mia crossed first. But Felani’s clothes got entangled in the wire. She got scared and started screaming. Hearing her scream, BSF members started shooting at her, at 6.15 am. She was asking for water till her death, about 30 minutes after shooting, but nobody responded being afraid of BSF’s bullets. According to International human rights group Human Rights Watch, in the year 2010 BSF killed 74 Bangladeshis, injured 72 and kidnapped 43 Bangladeshis. Felani cries out from her grave, ‘Are all my brothers dead? My death will haunt you until you imagine your own daughter hanging dead by the barbed wire in my place”. Felani is sister to all those men who are bold enough to protect their women and children. We did not forget Felani. Her brothers are alive and they are not cowards. We will speak out against spilling of innocent blood anywhere, regardless of race or religion. Felani was just a little girl coming home with her father. How many more little girls should we sacrifice?