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Anti-Hindu bigoted American analyst calls Rana Ayyub an ‘ISI agent’, apologises and proceeds to insult Hindus instead

When Fair thought she was losing her identity as a Hindu-hater for attacking Ayyub, she quickly deleted her tweets and apologised to her for calling her an ISI stooge. Though she did maintain that Ayyub's credentials are a journalist are questionable.

American anti-Hindu bigoted analyst Christine Fair has called Indian journalist Rana Ayyub an ‘ISI stooge’.

It all started with this now-deleted tweet.

Christine Fair insinuating whether she tweets for ‘lifafa’

Rana had wished Eid Mubarak and put out special prayers for Kashmir. To that, Fair asked her why she is not putting out special prayers for Balochistan, Pashtun and the Kashmiris where Pakistan has illegally occupied Kashmir. She questioned Ayyub why no ‘special prayers’ for the Afghans being slaughtered by ‘your’ (presumably implying Pakistan Army) and ISI through their Taliban goons.

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To that Fair was pointed out that Ayyub is an Indian and hence Fair should be ashamed of herself for insinuating that Ayyub speaks like a Pakistani.

Christine Fair insinuating that Rana Ayyub is an ISI stooge

In another now-deleted tweet, Fair pointed out that she does indeed know that Ayyub is an Indian but ‘if she tweets like an ISI stooge…’ Soon those who disagree with Ayyub ended up supporting Fair. However, Fair soon realised that she and Ayyub have a common enemy: Hinduism. She deleted her tweets and apologised to Ayyub while still maintaining that Ayyub’s integrity as a journalist is questionable.

Fair’s hatred for Hinduism can be inferred from the casual ‘gaushala’ and ‘cow’ jibe, which is something even the Pulwama terrorist who killed 40 CRPF soldiers in February this year, mentioned in his video which was released post the attack. He hated people who drink cow urine. Fair, too, casually brings in cow jibe because apparently easiest way to call out bigotry is more bigotry.

And of course, Lord Ram is a ‘shmuck’.

And frequent jibe on BJP supporters who had prefixed ‘Chowkidar’ prior to the 2019 General Elections.

When Fair thought she was losing her identity as a Hindu-hater for attacking Ayyub, she quickly deleted her tweets and apologised to her for calling her an ISI stooge. Though she did maintain that Ayyub’s credentials are a journalist are questionable. Well, at least that is one thing we could agree on with the bigoted Fair. Recently, the Supreme Court had trashed Ayyub’s book ‘Gujarat Files‘ and said that it is based on surmises, conjectures and suppositions.

She has placed emphasis on her religion and showed her hypocrisy when journalist Bhupendra Chaubey refers to Aligarh murderers who were accused of brutally murdering a toddler, as ‘Muslim men’. However, Rana who pompously censured Chaubey for citing religious identity of the perpetrators had herself insinuated the assaulters who had raped a nun in Bengal of being supporters of RSS espousing the ideology of Hindutva. Rana had mentioned in her article how the RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat and Subramanian Swamy’s utterances have acted as a catalyst for their supporters to attack the minorities. Towards the end, Rana alludes that the attack on the nun was not by the infiltrating Bangladeshis but by the followers of the RSS. It was later found out that the attack was indeed carried out by a Bangladeshi infiltrator and not by the ‘indoctrinated’ youths of the Hindutva fronts.

She also had an epic meltdown when her arch nemesis Amit Shah was made the Union Home Minister.

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