Topic: Hinduphobia

The elevation of Yogi Adityanath to the seat of Chief Minister of India's most populous state ruffled many feathers and it's hardly surprising that they are throwing everything at him in the desperate hope that something will stick.
For many, it was not a Masjid that stood there, it was a symbol of tyranny against Hindu civilization. What they celebrate, only they have right to define, and they have a right to be heard.
PM Modi attacked the Congress party for trying to the link the 26/11 Mumbai terror attack with the Hindus.
The Congress party, on Saturday, shared a video through its official Twitter handle which can only be described as vitriolic Hinduphobic propaganda.
In Canada, Muslim speaker Sanobar Umar accused the ‘Hindu Right’ of being in cahoots with American White Supremacists and then demanded Prime Minister Modi be sent to prison for abandoning his wife. 
When Shaban had posted the original Tweet in 2017, many had pointed it out to her that she had not included the injustice and harassment faced by Muslim women and had attempted to shame Hindus for common social evils.
Rahul Gandhi was on the hunt for a a safe seat in the upcoming Lok Sabha Elections after Smriti Irani laid siege to the Nehru-Gandhi Parivar bastion of Amethi. Towards that end, he chose Wayanad in Kerala as his preferred second seat.
The Abdullahs appear to be taking a leaf out of their ally Congress' book. The Congress party has repeatedly questioned the Pulwama terror attack and the airstrikes by the Indian Air Force that followed.
Ayudha Puje is one of the widely celebrated festivals in India which falls during the Navratri
Countries like Canada and Sweden welcome refugees who are persecuted, but why do Pakistan Hindus fail to get this helping hand?
Malala, who often preaches the world about feminist adventures and jumps in to display her intellect over human rights issues especially against women across the world seems to have not found her voice to condemn the bigotry of Pakistanis as she could face severe backlash within her own country.
Sushma Swaraj's move to seek details of the Incident had agitated quite a few people in Pakistan, including their Information and Broadcasting minister Ch Fawad Hussain, who saw it as an intervention in Pakistan's internal matters.
Leaders in Pakistan have time and again attacked Hindus by using insulting remarks for them in the name of targeting India.
While ruling India, Akbar introduced Indians to education, to cooking, to architecture, but also unfortunately to Holi.
Recently a detergent brand was highly criticised by people for releasing a Hinduphobic advertisement targeting the festival of Holi.
Wasim Rizvi has been a vocal supporter of Ram Mandir in Ayodhya and has been on the target of several Muslim organisations for his stand on the Ram Mandir issue.
The Congress announcement of 'banning' RSS Shakhas from government premises comes ahead of the National Representatives' meeting of RSS scheduled to be held in Gwalior from 8th to 10th March.
‘Say No To War’ doesn’t help when you are already in the middle of a well calculated war by Pakistan. Read about that war.
IndiaSpend's FactChecker sinking deeper into the hole it dug for itself by shifting goalposts
The English language Indian media has focused more on ‘human stories’ about the terrorist than about the Pulwama martyrs.
Like crimes that are related to race, gender or caste, Hinduphobic hate crime does not take place in a vacuum.
The tilaks on Rahul Gandhi's forehead might have replaced the skullcaps in his media images, but Congress has sure been driven into a tight corner over the Ramjanmabhoomi issue.
Shashi Tharoor had earlier denigrated Hindu demand of building Ram Temple in Ayodhya by claiming that no 'good Hindu' would want to build a temple there.
Gabbard was the first Representative to use Bhagavad Gita at her swearing-in ceremony.
In the recently concluded assembly elections that were held in 5 states, Congress leaders, despite leading in 3 states, had started complaining about rigged EVMs when the numbers in Telangana started going against them.
The Business Standard's bigotry towards Hindu festivals is scarcely ever hidden.
The art that was put on display in an exhibition in Loyola College expressed anti-Hindu sentiments. It depicted Hindu symbols and Bharat Mata in a derogatory manner.
The order was passed by the court during the hearing of the defamation petition today.
As a proud homosexual man I can safely say that we as a society, irrespective of our political ideologies, caste, creed and religion, we should be subtle in our outlook and approach.

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