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Dhruv Rathee speaks the same language as the terrorist who killed 40 CRPF jawans in Pulwama attack

One wonders if the "liberals" are furthering the narrative peddled by Islamist terrorists and Naxalites as a measure to provide covering fire to these elements or do they simply share the hate for Hindus with those who unleash real violence on the 'non-believers'. 

YouTuber Dhruv Rathee, who is known for peddling fake news and malicious propaganda took to Twitter to toe the same line as Ahmed Dar, the Islamist terrorist of Jaish-e-Mohammad who carried out the Pulwama suicide attack which claimed the lives on 40 CRPF soldiers.

In his Twitter post, Dhruv Rathee wrote, “This is the list of companies that Bhakts are boycotting.. Soon they will be left with only Gaumutra and Gobar to eat and drink. But what can I say, #ModiHaiToMumkinHai bhai”.

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Dhruv Rathee was referring to several people on social media websites reacting to a deeply anti-Hindu ad by Surf Exel, which is set in the backdrop of Holi. In the ad, several people believed that Surf derided the Hindu festival by showing a Hindu girl playing Holi as ‘dirty’ and in the same breath, gave a Muslim boy going to read Namaaz a chaste look.

Interestingly, the very people who are quick to scream Islamophobia at the slightest pretext were busy deriding Hindus for voicing their concerns over this subliminal messaging.

Dhruv Rathee took it a step further and insulted Hindus further by referring to “gaumutra” and “gobar”.

Incidentally, this is the same phraseology which is used oftentimes by Naxals to brainwash unsuspecting Adivasis as revealed by Naxalite who had surrendered after 18 long years and was interviewed by OpIndia.com.

The ‘gaumutra’ reference was also used by Ahmed Dar, the terrorist who had carried out the suicide bombing in Pulwama terror attack that claimed the lives of 40 CRPF soldiers.

On February 14, Adil Ahmed Dar, an Islamist terrorist drove an SUV laden with explosives and collided with the CRPF convoy, claiming lives of 44 CRPF personnel. Hours later, Pakistan-based Jaish-e-Mohammad claimed responsibility for the attack. In a video, taken before his suicide attack, Dar is hopeful of going to ‘Jannat’ for having killed Indians whom he refers to as ‘cow urine drinking people‘, showing how the terrorists’ have expanded their scope of the fight from just ‘Azaadi in Kashmir’ to fighting the Hindus.

We have seen time and again how the argument of “Brahminism” has been used to demean Hindus. We have also seen how whenever the “secular” cabal tries to shield Islamists by deriding Hindus, referring to Hindus as “cow piss drinkers” is not uncommon.

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One wonders if the “liberals” are furthering the narrative peddled by Islamist terrorists and Naxalites as a measure to provide covering fire to these elements or do they simply share the hate for Hindus with those who unleash real violence on the ‘non-believers’.

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