Thursday, April 23, 2015

Attacking Churches is Legal, Taj Mahal would meet the fate of Babri Masjid-Hindu Mahasabha

Attacking Churches is Legal, Taj Mahal would meet the fate of Babri Masjid-Hindu Mahasabha

The hate campaign against the two largest minorities in India not only continues but with every passing day is becoming more strident and poisonous. These minorities should be de-franchised, subjected to forced sterilization and thrown out of the country; such suggestions propagated by the Hindutva organizations and individuals are not the isolated or fringe ideas but originate from the thesis of MS Golwalkar who declared that Muslims were ENEMY NO. ONE and Christians ENEMY NO. TWO. [Bunch of Thoughts, pages 177-194.] 

The latest is the following venom spitting against both Muslims and Christians. Unfortunaltely, this also go unchallenged.

Shamsul Islam


The Hindu, 22- 04-2015

Days after a church in Agra was targeted, the Hindu Mahasabha on Monday said attacking a church is not "illegal" and "violates no law."

"The Narendra Modi-led NDA government should award and provide legal and administrative protection to Hindus who attack churches across the country. Churches are no longer places of worship but factories for conversion of Hindus into Christianity," said Munna Kumar Shukla, general secretary of the Akhil Bharatiya Hindu Mahasabha.

Mr. Shukla said the outfit would give awards and protection for Hindu youths who attack churches and marry Muslim girls. He also said the Taj Mahal was a Shiva temple and not a mausoleum and would meet the same fate as the Babri Masjid.

Last month an Agra court admitted a petition by six lawyers, affiliated to the RSS, seeking to declare the Taj Mahal a Shiva temple.

The court issued notices to the Union Home Secretary, the Union Ministry of Culture and the Archaeological Survey of India, asking them to file a reply byMay 6. The next date of hearing in the case is on May 13

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