Controversial ‘journalist’ Ayyub’s anti-India rant has finally found some traction in the country as Barkha Dutt ‘Sheroes’ Ladeeda Farzana and Aysha Renna have decided to support her. On March 16, Ayyub had tweeted an insensitive tweet where she had tweet wishing the death of Indian citizens during the coronavirus epidemic.
On 16th March, Ayyub took to Twitter to say out aloud that everyone in India is so ‘dead’ from inside because of being morally corrupt, what can a virus kill. Rana Ayyub’s hate-mongering had come at a time when as many as 126 people including foreign nationals were tested positive in India for the COVID-19 coronavirus.
What is left for a virus to kill in a morally corrupt nation— Rana Ayyub (@RanaAyyub) March 16, 2020
The number has now climbed to over 200 positive coronavirus cases and five Indians, including one in Iran has died.
Rana Ayyub’s absurd tweet on the coronavirus did not go well across social media, which was evident with the fact that even those who are part of the ecosystem attacked the Islamist Ayyub for hate-mongering and for wishing the death of citizens of the country.
However, Rana Ayyub’s death wishes were welcomed by Islamists as Jihad apologists like Aysha Renna and Ladeeda Farzana openly supported her.
On Tuesday, Islamist Aysha Renna, a known Jihad apologist, stood in support of Rana Ayyub and her death wish. Expressing solidarity with Rana Ayyub, Renna claimed that Rana Ayyub was one of the few journalists of the recent times who had threatened and continued to threaten those at power with brilliant investigative stories.
Soon, another Islamist Ladeeda Farzana, one of the two Barkha Dutt ‘Sheroes’, also joined Aysha Renna to express her admiration for Islamic troll Rana Ayyub. “In solidarity with Rana Ayyub. No threatenings can back out fighters,” tweeted Farzana.
It is not really a surprise to see the ‘sheroes’ of Barkha Dutt standing in support of Rana Ayyub as lately the duo themselves have been espousing such vicious thoughts. The craving for violence and death was evident in the past as the ‘Sheroes’ had called for ‘Jihad’ ahead of the Jamia protests which eventually turned violent and led to mob violence across the national capital.
Ladeeda, in one of her posts, had openly called for ‘Jihad’ and had said that people should “learn about our ‘Jihad'”. In another post of hers from April 2018, she was found disrespecting the country by showing ‘middle fingers’ to India. Similarly, Aysha Renna, the face of anti-CAA riots at Jamia, had called India ‘fascist’ for hanging the terrorist Yakub Memon for his involvement in the Mumbai Blasts that killed hundreds of people.