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Wednesday, February 21, 2024

Gandhi was rejected and abused by subcontinental Muslims despite his abject appeasement

Hindus will do well to learn from the experience of Mahatma Gandhi. He spent a life-time in singing hymns of praise to the “noble faith of Islam”, and extolling the Qu’ran and the Prophet. He championed the cause of Khilafat as dearer than that of the freedom for Bharat.

He believed sincerely that the only solution of the “communal problem” in Bharat was to concede to the Muslims whatever they demanded.

And yet he was regarded by a majority of the Muslims as the “greatest enemy of Islam”, and abused as such in the foulest language by the Urdu press. He lived to see the holocaust of Partition caused by Islam.

His only fault was that, unlike the votaries of Secularism, he was proud of being a Hindu.

Islam vis-à-vis Hindu Temples, Page 3

(This article has been compiled from the tweet thread posted by @SitaRamGoel_Voi on March 25, 2023, with minor edits to improve readability and conform to HinduPost style guide)

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