Thousands of villagers, angry over the fatal shooting of a civilian, rallied in the Indian-held Kashmir on Saturday, burning two army vehicles, officials said. The protest was sparked by the shooting death of a civilian early Saturday, and wounding of another, who trotted on horseback into an ambush the army had laid for suspected rebels in Kellar, a village about 35 miles (60 kilometers) south of Indian-held Kashmir's main city Srinagar, said Shahid Mairaj, the area police chief. The soldiers fired at the two men after they ignored warnings and tried to run away, Mairaj told The Associated Press.