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Hindu Khatre Mein Hain & Against Indian Culture

By Sulaiman Razvi

There are 330 million Hindu gods & goddesses, President of India is a Hindu, Vice President is a Hindu, Prime Minister is a Hindu, Finance Minister is a Hindu, Chief Ministers of most states are Hindus, high-rank officers are Hindus, there are dozens and hundreds of Hindu terrorists/extremists organizations operating freely in India, there are over 1 billion (100 crores) Hindus with 80% of India’s population yet Hindu Khatre Mein Hain (Hindus are in danger). Hindu community is an endangered species in India, the government must leave tigers and save Hindus first as only 1 billion Hindus are left in India. ‘Hindu Khatre Mein Hain’ is often said by right-wing Hindus to portray that Hindus are the victim in India, this imaginary fear is created with a purpose to consolidate Hindus. Fear-mongering is a tool they use to mobilize Hindus and to instigate them against Muslims. This article has two parts, the first part is about Hindu’s imaginary victimhood and the second part is “Against Indian Culture.” I have not included many cases as they can be found in How Peaceful Are Hindus article.

HINDU KHATRE MEIN HAIN (HINDUS ARE IN DANGER)

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AGAINST INDIAN CULTURE

Every religion has some restrictions. Every religion lists out things which are prohibited and permitted. Fatwa is often criticized by Hindus though Fatwas are merely an opinion of Muslim scholars in the light of Quran and Hadiths guiding the Muslim community. It is not a diktat for Hindus like Hindus gives out diktats to Muslims. So I don’t know why Hindus should be bothered about Fatwas. Hindu religious and political leaders give out diktats to Hindus but never I have seen Muslims meddling in their internal affairs. They say that Muslims have too many Haram-Halal things, ironically this is said by Hindus who believe in Shani, matching Kundalis, finding Doshas, doing Manglik, not eating non-veg food on certain days, observing Sravan month, Dhanteras and much more.

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