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NYTimes columnist Aatish Taseer displays Hinduphobia in full glory, speaks the language of the very Islamists who killed his father

Unfortunately, Taseer isn't the only one who has been going on spouting venom against Hindus and displaying their Hinduphobia in all glory.

When Pulwama terrorist blew up the SUV that killed 40 CRPF personnel in February this year, he referred to Indians as ‘gaae ka peshab peene wale’ (cow urine drinkers). ‘Cow urine drinker’ jibe has been long used by people to mock Hindus even though it echoes the language used by terrorists. Latest to join in is NY Times columnist Aatish Taseer.

Read: Aatish Taseer toes the Radical Islamic line, says ‘ordinary muslims’ should organize and they do not need ‘peace’

Taking to micro-blogging site Twitter, Taseer mocked Central Government’s plans to redesigning the Central Secretariat by saying that once Indian buildings are taken care of the government can convert the Westminster into an institute for the study of ‘cow urine’ or the US Capitol into museum of aviation during vedic period.

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He was confronted by BJP leader Nandita Thakur who suggested that research may be done to prove that cow urine may help in curing cancer.

He was then suggested that instead of mocking Hindus with cow urine jibe, he should monetize it by inventing cow urine cocktail.

To that, Taseer dragged in columnist Shefali Vaidya and said how he would like to see Vaidya ‘splashing about in a puddle of cow urine’ like ‘cleopatra of gaumutra’ or ‘whatever the f*ck it is’.

Last month, Taseer, whose own Pakistani politician father Salman Taseer, was killed by his own bodyguard, a radical Islamist because he opposed blasphemy law, had suggested that ‘ordinary Muslims’ should abandon peace and they ‘need to organise’. He said that ‘ordinary Muslims’ shouldn’t be caught off-guard.

More specifically, the senior Taseer opposed the death penalty for Asia Bibi who was sentenced to death for an alleged act of blasphemy. Taseer was putting for this views to get ordinary Muslims to ‘organise’ following the death of Hindu Samaj Party leader Kamlesh Tiwari who was murdered by Islamists for his alleged remarks on Prophet Muhammed.

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Aatish Taseer had suggested that ‘ordinary Muslims’ should organize not in pursuit of peace but in response to people blaspheming about the prophet of Islam on social media. Despite his father being murdered by Jihadis, Taseer appears to think hashtags on Twitter are the real problem here.

And now, Taseer is busy spouting the same venom Jihadis and Hinduphobes use to target Hindus, some of who are paying for it with their lives, like Kamlesh Tiwari.

Unfortunately, Taseer isn’t the only one who has been going on spouting venom against Hindus and displaying their Hinduphobia in all glory.

Read: Ram Leela is like child porn, it creates fear among minorities and dangerous for society: Prakash Raj in viral 2018 clip

Film actor-turned-Twitter troll-turned politician Prakash Raj shared a video of some boys who claimed they were using cow dung as soap.

Former MP and journalist Shahid Siddiqui chimed in and said how all problems will be solved by bathing with ‘gobar’, drinking cow urine and by performing yagna.

Following the death of ISIS chief Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi who detonated his suicide vest following a US raid, Siddiqui had said how it was Muslims who killed Baghdadi’s ideology despite the fact that radical Islam continues to thrive. In fact, following Kamlesh Tiwari’s assassination, Siddiqui along with others was involved in an attempt to deflect attention from the perils of radical Islamic terrorism and accusing the ‘Hindutva brigade’ of hatred.

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