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Hindus under attack: a weekly roundup of hate crimes, persecution, and discrimination against Hindus

Attacks on Hindus and Hindu Dharma, both in Bharat and overseas, are frequent and unrelenting. In many regions of the world, this persecution is like a genocide slowly unfolding before our eyes. For decades, the world has ignored the actual depth and breadth of these attacks, driven by disturbing anti-Hindu bigotry. From murders, forced conversions, land grabs, assault on festivals, desecration of temples and murtis, hate speech, and sexual violence to institutionalized & legal discrimination, Hindus are facing an increasing assault on their very existence along with an unprecedented Hindu hatred.

In this weekly summary for the period from 7 August to 13 August 2022, we hope to provide a snapshot of such crimes and hopefully awaken more people around the world to this human rights crisis:

Bharat

1) Parteek Pawar, aka Sunny, was attacked with sharp weapons in Karjat town, Ahmednagar district of Maharashtra, for allegedly putting a WhatsApp status supporting Nupur. He has sustained severe injuries and is undergoing treatment at a hospital.

2) officials said that a woman and her paramour had been arrested in Assam’s Nagaon district for allegedly killing her husband after he discovered the illicit relationship. Meanwhile, his wife Rita Bora got into a relationship with a man, Mujibur Rahman. Around three months ago, when Umesh returned from Bengaluru, he found his wife and Mujibur in a compromising position.

3) ‘Activists’ associated with Christian NGOs have been booked for forcibly keeping people locked up against their will to rescue the destitute in Tamil Nadu. Predominantly Hindus, the kidnapped people’s heads were tonsured and they were physically assaulted as well. After BJP and Hindu outfits protested against the NGOs, the district administration sent the kidnapped people home.

4) Four missionaries were arrested in Palghar district’s Dahanu for attempting to forcibly convert a Vanvasi woman. They tried to lure the woman using money and saying that her troubles would end if she embraced Christianity. The arrested missionaries have been identified as Clement D’bella, Mariyama T Philips, Paramjeet alias Pinky Sharma Kaur, and Parasuram Dharma Dhingra.

5) A Hindu activist cum Stunt Master was booked for saying that only the day when the ‘Periyar’ statue in front of Srirangam temple is broken will truly be the day of Hindu uprising. The DMK government is yet to book those who denigrated Bhagwan Shiva and Ma Kaali but has been searching for Stunt Master Kanal Kannan to arrest him.

6) Religious leaders of a Christian denomination have demanded that DMK representatives remove specific rules, crack down on Hindu outfits and allow them to build churches as they wish. Christian priests have repeatedly been saying that the DMK government was installed with the help of the Christian community, and even the CM has accepted it as a fact.

7) Stones pelted and Hindu shop looted during Muharram procession in Bareilly, UP. PTI spreads fake news to blame Hindus.

8) A Shiva temple in Coimbatore, reportedly more than 100 years old, was targeted for demolition on August 4. But due to intense protests by devotees, officials left after demolishing the compound wall. Devotees claim that the Swayambu Thampuran temple on the Avinashi road has been there for more than 100 years.

9) On June 19, hate-mongering maulana (Islamic scholar/cleric) Tauqeer Raza held a massive rally in Bareilly, Uttar Pradesh, to demand the arrest of former BJP spokesperson Nupur Sharma over her alleged ‘blasphemy’ against Islam’s Prophet.

10) The targeting of BJP workers and supporters by Banerjee’s police is common in West Bengal. In the series of institutionalized violence unleashed on the ordinary people of the state, a man named Dipankar Saha has recently lost his life.

11) Jagan Mohan Reddy-led Andhra government has asked temples to break their fixed deposits (FDs) prematurely to pay the Endowments Department’s pending statutory fees. The dues have been pending for the last eight years. In this regard, the Endowments Department’s Commissioner M Hari Jawaharlal issued a circular on June 18.

12) The video of a man asking people to come out on the streets and lynch BJP and RSS people has gone viral on social media. Much like evangelical preaching, he called for violence against BJP and RSS people on a public transport vehicle in Tamil Nadu. He said the public should do something like the recent protests in Srilanka.

13) A non-local laborer was killed by terrorists on Friday in Jammu and Kashmir’s Bandipora district, police sources.

14) The filmmakers of ‘Masoom Sawaal’ have been booked by the Uttar Pradesh Police following a complaint that a movie poster hurts religious sentiments by showing a Sri Krishna picture on a sanitary pad.

Bangladesh

Attacks on Hindus in Bangladesh are relentless and designed to gradually cleanse the religious minority from the country. According to a study by Prof. Abul Barakat of Dhaka University, no Hindus will be left in Bangladesh by 2050 due to systemic and institutionalized persecution. Temple desecration, land grabbing, mob attacks after false blasphemy charges, rape/forced conversion of women, and hate speech are some tools used to intimidate and drive Hindus out.

1) In a recent public speech, Shabab Ahmed, the senior political leader of Sheikh Hasina’s party Awami League, called the Bangladeshi Hindus “inferior insects”.

2) A new advancement has occurred in the anti-Hindu pogrom that shook the Narail district of Bangladesh last month. CCTV footage of the violence has been accessed by news platforms that prove that the Islamists had run riots attacking the Hindu community in a planned and well-orchestrated manner.

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