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RADICAL EXTREMISTS AND IDEOLOGICAL FORCES PROPAGATING HINDU-HATE

An interesting buzzword circulating in the streets this week is propagated by so-called "star" scholars of top universities in the United States, hiding behind the smokescreen of 'Academic Freedom', pretending to be the victims and savior, while propagating well-orchestrated and impressively coordinated propaganda of Hindu-Hate.

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MILWAUKEE ROARS AGAINST THE HINDU GENOCIDE IN WEST BENGAL

A massive killing spree of post-poll violence was unleashed on the Hindus, on the evening of 2nd May 2021. When the party of Mamata Banerjee was declared the winner of the recent election, there began a massive terror of Hindu exodus of 100,000 Bengali Hindus fleeing to neighbouring states.

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Why International Religious Freedom Act is Deceitful and Hypocritical

Here is an excerpt from a letter written by Purnima Nath to the Steering Committee of the International Religious Freedom Roundtable in the United States.

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Most Hindus Are Not Aware Of Hindu Massacres And Ethnic Cleansing

In this article, Purnima Nath explains why Hindus have not been safe in their own land of India for over thousand years and why they need to rise now to defend their dharma.

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Indian National Safety Endangered by Islamist Missionary Movement

In this article, Purnima Nath explains how India is also facing terror plots and designs to destabilize it along with fighting Corona Virus pandemic. She details all the nuances in the complex situation.

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Why Don’t Hindus Stand Up Against Anti-Hindu Anti-India Agenda?

Purnima Nath explores how Hinduphobia is rampant in Indian as well as Western media. She tells us how anti-Hindu, anti-Indian campaigns are openly run with seldom any repurcussions or strong reactions from the Hindu side. She also tells us how minorities are safest in India and not in neighboring countries like Pakistan and Bangladesh and that is because of the Hindu culture and ethos of India.

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