Weekly update from HinduPACT - Issue #30

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Weekly update from HinduPACT - Issue #30
By HindPACT Team • Issue #30 • View online
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Last week at HinduPACT
HinduPACT attends International Religious Freedom (IRF) Summit in Washington DC
Sponsored by the State department, the IRF Summit 2022 brought together a broad coalition of organizations (mostly Christian and Islamic) to discuss religious freedom around the globe for a three-day-in-person event in Washington D.C., June 28th – June 30th. This year’s Summit became a veritable India bashing event with anti-Hindu organizations like Indian American Muslim Council (IAMC) playing a high-profile role in setting the narrative. They were joined by anti-Hindu group Hindus for Human Rights, whose volunteers manned the IAMC booth.
Salient points of IAMC Session
1.     Hindutva forces in India, supported by diaspora Hindu organizations linked to PM Narendra Modi and the RSS are about to launch a genocide against the 200 million Muslims of India. Genocide Watch and the Holocaust Museum were given as source for credible orgs who support this narrative. Both Nadine Maenza and Gregory Stanton supported this claim.
2.     Sen. Ed Markey continued to target PM Modi and his government and blamed him for growing discrimination against religious minorities in India.
3.     Amb. Rashad Hussein pointed out that he is afraid that Hindu nationalists are turning India into a state unsafe for religious minorities and Dalits. He claimed that “he condemns” the beheading of Hindu civilian Kanhaiyalal. I am yet to see an official statement from Rashad Hussain’s office.
4.     John Prabhudoss, of FIACONA, an anti-Hindu activist for over 3 decades, claimed that the actual number of Christians in India is close to 100 million. He claimed that a lot of Hindu nationalists and Christians from Africa try to persuade him to not support IAMC. But he stands by IAMC in their effort to destroy Hindutva in India.
During the question answer session, they also urged US to stop giving H1 visas to Hindu activists.
6.     Pastor Peter Cook, whose visa was cancelled at the Chennai airport claimed that Modi government is suppressing all the lower caste people and exploiting them.
7.     IAMC launched a monthly magazine called India Genocide News, that they plan to send to every think tank, lawmaker and policy expert in Washington DC.
Luncheon on June 28, 2022
Luncheon on June 28, 2022
IAMC releases its monthly newsletter titled "India Genocide News
IAMC releases its monthly newsletter titled "India Genocide News
Khalistani groups at IRF Summit
Khalistani booth next to the IRF Summit registration center
Khalistani booth next to the IRF Summit registration center
1.    They were asking for an independent state of Khalistan.
2.    They were campaigning against the Indian government not giving separate laws for Sikhs like those given for Muslims.
3.    They blamed the Indian government and Hindus for killing Sikhs, including the 3 Sikh celebrities - Deep Sidhu, Sidhu Moosewala and Sandeep Singh Nangal.
4.    They carried booklets about 1984 “genocide” and about the declarations being made in the State of Connecticut and Massachusetts in the recent past about Khalistan.
5.    On June 28th, they had a private meeting with Rashad Hussain the Ambassador at Large for International Religious Freedom.
The investment and power exhibited by anti-Hindu groups at the IRF Summit, and the embrace they are receiving from powerful actors both in the US Administration as well as in the corporate and non-profit sector, should serve as a warning sign to Hindus in the US and in India, that they are at the crosshairs of a major hate-campaign that is aimed at delegitimizing their existence. This will have a lasting impact on future generations of American Hindus.
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