Are Indian Muslims at risk of being isolated: Analysis

Are Indian Muslims at risk of being isolated: Analysis  Talks about Muslims in 'Dharma Sansad ', controversy over Friday prayers in Gurugram, ban on Muslim female students in Karnataka wearing hijab to college and now an international body warning of genocide has led to a genocide for minority Muslims in India. The concerns of the community have increased.  The American Holocaust Memorial Museum (USHMM) has placed India at the second place in the list of countries at risk of mass genocide. The growing anti-Muslim sentiments in Prime Minister Narendra Modi 's government have been cited as the reason behind this.  Some recent incidents have deepened the feelings of insecurity and fear among the Muslim community, one of which is Yeti Narasimhananda's open call for violence against Muslims.  In the case of 'Dharma Sansad' organized by Yeti Narasimhanand in Haridwar, the police have now arrested Yeti Narasimhanand after a lot of criticism, but by organizing such an event, all the leaders of the government remained silent about the hate speech against a particular religion. is kept simple.  Genocide warning Professor Gregory Stanton, founder of US-based non-profit organization Genocide Watch, has warned of genocide in India and said Muslims could be its target.  Professor Gregory Stanton said this on January 14. He also predicted the Rwandan genocide in 1994 . He has said, "Genocide Watch has been vocal on warnings of genocide in India since 2002 when more than a thousand Muslims were killed in the riots in Gujarat. At that time the Chief Minister of Gujarat was Narendra Modi. In fact, there is a lot of evidence that he perpetrated those massacres. ,  Stanton said Modi's political career is based on anti-Muslim and Islamophobic rhetoric. Quoting Stanton's statement, the English website The Quint has written that 'the genocide has been carried out as a process, not an event'.  In this report, Stanton has been quoted as saying about Narasimhanand's Parliament of Religions held in Uttarakhand, "We think that the main purpose of this meeting organized in Haridwar was to incite people to massacre. ,  According to the fact check website Boom, Stanton said that the kind of language used in the Parliament of Religions was like dehumanizing Muslims.  On January 14, the newspaper The Telegraph said that the USHMM's 'Early Warning Project' in the context of India states, "Our statistical model estimates that there will be 14.4 percent (about 1 in 7) genocide in India in 2021-2022." is likely to.''  In addition, incidents such as the suspension of Friday prayers by right-wing groups in Gurugram, the closure of the Jamia Masjid in Kashmir for 24 consecutive weeks and the ban on entry of Muslim girl students into government schools wearing hijab and burqa created an atmosphere of fear among Muslims. has done.  Recently , a government college in Karnataka banned girl students from wearing hijab to college.  Government's silence The central government, on its part, has remained silent on incidents of religious violence. Analysts believe that right-wing groups see this silence of the government as support from the government.  Some Indian newspapers have raised questions on this silence of the BJP government. In an editorial published in the Urdu daily newspaper Inquilab, it was said that 'the voice against provocation in the country is being raised from outside and within the country, despite this, no influential leader of the ruling party has condemned such violent speeches. His silence is the only response."  The opposition has also criticized the apathetic attitude of the government. Urdu-language newspaper Qaumi Awaaz quoted Jammu and Kashmir National Conference Party chief Farooq Abdullah as saying that the "criminal silence" in government circles over hate speeches has raised serious questions.  "Any Indian should be surprised by PM Modi's shocking silence," said a statement signed by 278 people from the Indian Muslim Samaj (a group of members of civil society) to save secular democracy .  A report in the website The Wire quoted this letter as saying, "The silence of the PM is unforgivable." The New York Times wrote in one of its articles that Prime Minister Modi has "kept a silence, with analysts saying that his silence equates to a positive tacit consent for those who do so".  BJP government spokesman Syed Zafar Islam, quoting a January 16 report by Al Jazeera, dismissed the claims of religious violence, saying, "Nothing exists that is being portrayed."  Pakistan expressed concern Pakistan has expressed deep concern over such calls for alleged 'genocide' of Muslims, while also drawing the attention of international agencies to the Genocide Watch report.  The English newspaper The Indian Express published a report on 28 December in which it was written that Pakistan's Foreign Ministry had summoned the senior most Indian diplomat in the Indian High Commission in Islamabad and asked him to openly warn of such genocide on behalf of the people of Hindutva organization. expressed serious concern.  Pakistan's English newspaper The Nation , quoting Aseem Iftekhar Ahmed, an official of the Ministry of External Affairs, wrote that the Genocide Watch report raises serious concern about the 200 million Muslims living in India.  It was written in this report that Ahmed appealed to the international community, especially the United Nations, to pay attention to the matter, saying that Pakistan has been expressing its concerns about Indian Muslims in the past as well.  'Sectarianism BJP's old tactic' Some political analysts believe that the increase in anti-Muslim rhetoric is being done in view of the elections to be held in five states of the country. This is BJP's "diversion strategy".  Critics believe that the policy of diverting people from communalism is a tried-and-tested tactic for the BJP. She is again resorting to communalism to divert her from issues like inflation and unemployment.  According to a report published in Bloomberg, the upcoming assembly elections can be an important reason behind events like the Parliament of Religions.  However , according to an article in The Wire , BJP leaders have repeatedly shown that "communalism is not temporary". At the time of elections, it is being made a regular practice in everyday life to make it look true and authentic.

Are Indian Muslims at risk of being isolated: Analysis


Talks about Muslims in 'Dharma Sansad ', controversy over Friday prayers in Gurugram, ban on Muslim female students in Karnataka wearing hijab to college and now an international body warning of genocide has led to a genocide for minority Muslims in India. The concerns of the community have increased.

The American Holocaust Memorial Museum (USHMM) has placed India at the second place in the list of countries at risk of mass genocide. The growing anti-Muslim sentiments in Prime Minister Narendra Modi 's government have been cited as the reason behind this.

Some recent incidents have deepened the feelings of insecurity and fear among the Muslim community, one of which is Yeti Narasimhananda's open call for violence against Muslims.

In the case of 'Dharma Sansad' organized by Yeti Narasimhanand in Haridwar, the police have now arrested Yeti Narasimhanand after a lot of criticism, but by organizing such an event, all the leaders of the government remained silent about the hate speech against a particular religion. is kept simple.

Genocide warning
Professor Gregory Stanton, founder of US-based non-profit organization Genocide Watch, has warned of genocide in India and said Muslims could be its target.

Professor Gregory Stanton said this on January 14. He also predicted the Rwandan genocide in 1994 .
He has said, "Genocide Watch has been vocal on warnings of genocide in India since 2002 when more than a thousand Muslims were killed in the riots in Gujarat. At that time the Chief Minister of Gujarat was Narendra Modi. In fact, there is a lot of evidence that he perpetrated those massacres. ,

Stanton said Modi's political career is based on anti-Muslim and Islamophobic rhetoric.
Quoting Stanton's statement, the English website The Quint has written that 'the genocide has been carried out as a process, not an event'.

In this report, Stanton has been quoted as saying about Narasimhanand's Parliament of Religions held in Uttarakhand, "We think that the main purpose of this meeting organized in Haridwar was to incite people to massacre. ,

According to the fact check website Boom, Stanton said that the kind of language used in the Parliament of Religions was like dehumanizing Muslims.

On January 14, the newspaper The Telegraph said that the USHMM's 'Early Warning Project' in the context of India states, "Our statistical model estimates that there will be 14.4 percent (about 1 in 7) genocide in India in 2021-2022." is likely to.''

In addition, incidents such as the suspension of Friday prayers by right-wing groups in Gurugram, the closure of the Jamia Masjid in Kashmir for 24 consecutive weeks and the ban on entry of Muslim girl students into government schools wearing hijab and burqa created an atmosphere of fear among Muslims. has done.

Recently , a government college in Karnataka banned girl students from wearing hijab to college.

Government's silence
The central government, on its part, has remained silent on incidents of religious violence. Analysts believe that right-wing groups see this silence of the government as support from the government.

Some Indian newspapers have raised questions on this silence of the BJP government. In an editorial published in the Urdu daily newspaper Inquilab, it was said that 'the voice against provocation in the country is being raised from outside and within the country, despite this, no influential leader of the ruling party has condemned such violent speeches. His silence is the only response."

The opposition has also criticized the apathetic attitude of the government.
Urdu-language newspaper Qaumi Awaaz quoted Jammu and Kashmir National Conference Party chief Farooq Abdullah as saying that the "criminal silence" in government circles over hate speeches has raised serious questions.

"Any Indian should be surprised by PM Modi's shocking silence," said a statement signed by 278 people from the Indian Muslim Samaj (a group of members of civil society) to save secular democracy .

A report in the website The Wire quoted this letter as saying, "The silence of the PM is unforgivable."
The New York Times wrote in one of its articles that Prime Minister Modi has "kept a silence, with analysts saying that his silence equates to a positive tacit consent for those who do so".

BJP government spokesman Syed Zafar Islam, quoting a January 16 report by Al Jazeera, dismissed the claims of religious violence, saying, "Nothing exists that is being portrayed."

Pakistan expressed concern
Pakistan has expressed deep concern over such calls for alleged 'genocide' of Muslims, while also drawing the attention of international agencies to the Genocide Watch report.

The English newspaper The Indian Express published a report on 28 December in which it was written that Pakistan's Foreign Ministry had summoned the senior most Indian diplomat in the Indian High Commission in Islamabad and asked him to openly warn of such genocide on behalf of the people of Hindutva organization. expressed serious concern.

Pakistan's English newspaper The Nation , quoting Aseem Iftekhar Ahmed, an official of the Ministry of External Affairs, wrote that the Genocide Watch report raises serious concern about the 200 million Muslims living in India.

It was written in this report that Ahmed appealed to the international community, especially the United Nations, to pay attention to the matter, saying that Pakistan has been expressing its concerns about Indian Muslims in the past as well.

'Sectarianism BJP's old tactic'
Some political analysts believe that the increase in anti-Muslim rhetoric is being done in view of the elections to be held in five states of the country. This is BJP's "diversion strategy".

Critics believe that the policy of diverting people from communalism is a tried-and-tested tactic for the BJP. She is again resorting to communalism to divert her from issues like inflation and unemployment.

According to a report published in Bloomberg, the upcoming assembly elections can be an important reason behind events like the Parliament of Religions.

However , according to an article in The Wire , BJP leaders have repeatedly shown that "communalism is not temporary". At the time of elections, it is being made a regular practice in everyday life to make it look true and authentic.

Asia Uyghur: "Ilham Tokhti is a hero who revealed to the world China's plan to eliminate Uyghurs by linking them to terrorism"  Mr. Ilham Tokhti, an Uyghur intellectual, was sentenced to life in prison. Enlightenment has won numerous prestigious international human rights and freedoms awards since the abduction and sentencing to life imprisonment. He was abducted in Beijing on January 15, 2014, for publicly demanding the legal rights of Uyghurs, and in September of that year was sentenced to life in prison for "separatism and national incitement." Ms. Asia Asia, a Dutch activist, gave us an exclusive interview on the occasion of the 8th anniversary of her abduction.  "Why did the Chinese government impose such a heavy sentence on Inspiration Stop for life imprisonment?" What kind of person do you think was the inspiration stop? Why do you think the Chinese government is so angry that the Chinese government in Beijing, the capital of China, is openly demanding the legal rights of the Uyghurs through peaceful protests? " Answered such questions as.  Ms. Asia said that since the early 1990s, from the early 1990s until her abduction and imprisonment in 2014, Ilham Tokhti had been in the center of the Chinese government in Beijing, closely monitoring the policies of the Uyghurs since the Chinese government's occupation of Uyghur territory. Ilham Tokhti, meanwhile, has openly criticized China's repressive policies against the Uyghurs. Ilham Tokhti also chose to publicly present his plans to the Chinese government, to resolve the conflict between the Chinese government and the Uyghur people through peaceful means and through dialogue.  He noted that Ilham Tokhti had shown great courage in revealing to the world the nature and purpose of China's post-2001 policy of "linking Uyghurs to terrorism" and even sacrificed his life in the struggle.

Asia Uyghur: "Ilham Tokhti is a hero who revealed to the world China's plan to eliminate Uyghurs by linking them to terrorism"


Mr. Ilham Tokhti, an Uyghur intellectual, was sentenced to life in prison.
Enlightenment has won numerous prestigious international human rights and freedoms awards since the abduction and sentencing to life imprisonment. He was abducted in Beijing on January 15, 2014, for publicly demanding the legal rights of Uyghurs, and in September of that year was sentenced to life in prison for "separatism and national incitement." Ms. Asia Asia, a Dutch activist, gave us an exclusive interview on the occasion of the 8th anniversary of her abduction.

"Why did the Chinese government impose such a heavy sentence on Inspiration Stop for life imprisonment?" What kind of person do you think was the inspiration stop? Why do you think the Chinese government is so angry that the Chinese government in Beijing, the capital of China, is openly demanding the legal rights of the Uyghurs through peaceful protests? " Answered such questions as.

Ms. Asia said that since the early 1990s, from the early 1990s until her abduction and imprisonment in 2014, Ilham Tokhti had been in the center of the Chinese government in Beijing, closely monitoring the policies of the Uyghurs since the Chinese government's occupation of Uyghur territory. Ilham Tokhti, meanwhile, has openly criticized China's repressive policies against the Uyghurs. Ilham Tokhti also chose to publicly present his plans to the Chinese government, to resolve the conflict between the Chinese government and the Uyghur people through peaceful means and through dialogue.

He noted that Ilham Tokhti had shown great courage in revealing to the world the nature and purpose of China's post-2001 policy of "linking Uyghurs to terrorism" and even sacrificed his life in the struggle.


Bangladesh is 13th in the list of 'most corrupt' countries  According to Transparency International, Bangladesh is one step ahead of the 13th most corrupt country in the world. This information has come up in the 'Corruption Perceptions Index (CPI)' published by this Berlin-based anti-corruption organization. Earlier, the position was 12th.  This information was given by Transparency International Bangladesh (TIB) in a virtual press conference at 11 am on Tuesday. In 2019, Bangladesh was ranked 14th in the lower order.  Considering the situation of 2021 in 180 countries and regions of the world, Bangladesh ranks 146th in the index (good to bad). On the contrary, according to the hierarchy (from bad to good), this time Bangladesh is in the 13th place in the list of 'most corrupt' countries.  TIB executive director said that this position of Bangladesh is very disappointing. Iftekharuzzaman. He said the index has been determined from the results of eight surveys in the case of Bangladesh.  Location of RU teacher network in support of Shabiprabi students  The Rajshahi University (RAB) Teachers Network has organized a sit-in program in Shahjalal University of Science and Technology (SHUST) to protest the vicious attack on students and support the students' just demands. The program was organized on Tuesday (January 25) at 11 am at the Shaheed Buddhijibi Chattar of the university.  Abdullah Al Mamun, a professor in the Department of Mass Communication and Journalism at the event, said the resignation of the Shabi Vice-Chancellor was the only way to stop the movement. Besides, this movement cannot be stopped. It has now gone against the university administration and government. It is a failure of government and administration. The government is trying to find a funny game about who is giving fuel and where the money is coming from.  "I came here from my moral position," said Saleh Hassan Naqib, a professor in the Department of Physics. Now if anything happens we continue to call it a conspiracy and a third party. It could have been a beautiful solution to the students' demands. But instead of that, the agitating students were attacked. This incident is not supposed to come up in this situation. If those who have done wrong get over it, then a power to do wrong will be awakened anew. This is not just the case of Shabiprabi, this is the case of all public universities in the country.  Associate Professor Kazi Mamun Haider of the Department of Mass Communication and Journalism said, "We are ashamed that we have passed fifty years of independence. Even at such times, students are being exploited, humiliated and attacked. The non-violent student movement in Shabiprabi was shot and beaten. The students went there to persuade the provost to resign. But that has now turned into a VC resignation movement. It is very important to know the question why this movement was transformed.  He added that the students have been on a hunger strike for 140 hours. A major accident can happen at any moment. We are not noticing those things. We are looking for the scent of conspiracy in this fair movement of students, looking for a third party. Thirty of our students are fighting to the death there, thousands of students are speaking out against the VC. A teacher has no value without a university student. I don't know if it will be solved only with the resignation of VC. But it is important to solve it.  In addition, ordinary students including RU branch Chatra Union, Samajtantrik Chhatra Font, Chhatra Federation, Chhatra Odhikar Parishad, Biplobi Chhatra Maitri took part in this position program of the University Teachers Network.  Abdul Majid Antar, coordinator of Raksu Andolan Manch, also spoke on the occasion.

Bangladesh is 13th in the list of 'most corrupt' countries


According to Transparency International, Bangladesh is one step ahead of the 13th most corrupt country in the world. This information has come up in the 'Corruption Perceptions Index (CPI)' published by this Berlin-based anti-corruption organization. Earlier, the position was 12th.

This information was given by Transparency International Bangladesh (TIB) in a virtual press conference at 11 am on Tuesday. In 2019, Bangladesh was ranked 14th in the lower order.

Considering the situation of 2021 in 180 countries and regions of the world, Bangladesh ranks 146th in the index (good to bad). On the contrary, according to the hierarchy (from bad to good), this time Bangladesh is in the 13th place in the list of 'most corrupt' countries.

TIB executive director said that this position of Bangladesh is very disappointing. Iftekharuzzaman. He said the index has been determined from the results of eight surveys in the case of Bangladesh.

Location of RU teacher network in support of Shabiprabi students  The Rajshahi University (RAB) Teachers Network has organized a sit-in program in Shahjalal University of Science and Technology (SHUST) to protest the vicious attack on students and support the students' just demands. The program was organized on Tuesday (January 25) at 11 am at the Shaheed Buddhijibi Chattar of the university.  Abdullah Al Mamun, a professor in the Department of Mass Communication and Journalism at the event, said the resignation of the Shabi Vice-Chancellor was the only way to stop the movement. Besides, this movement cannot be stopped. It has now gone against the university administration and government. It is a failure of government and administration. The government is trying to find a funny game about who is giving fuel and where the money is coming from.  "I came here from my moral position," said Saleh Hassan Naqib, a professor in the Department of Physics. Now if anything happens we continue to call it a conspiracy and a third party. It could have been a beautiful solution to the students' demands. But instead of that, the agitating students were attacked. This incident is not supposed to come up in this situation. If those who have done wrong get over it, then a power to do wrong will be awakened anew. This is not just the case of Shabiprabi, this is the case of all public universities in the country.  Associate Professor Kazi Mamun Haider of the Department of Mass Communication and Journalism said, "We are ashamed that we have passed fifty years of independence. Even at such times, students are being exploited, humiliated and attacked. The non-violent student movement in Shabiprabi was shot and beaten. The students went there to persuade the provost to resign. But that has now turned into a VC resignation movement. It is very important to know the question why this movement was transformed.  He added that the students have been on a hunger strike for 140 hours. A major accident can happen at any moment. We are not noticing those things. We are looking for the scent of conspiracy in this fair movement of students, looking for a third party. Thirty of our students are fighting to the death there, thousands of students are speaking out against the VC. A teacher has no value without a university student. I don't know if it will be solved only with the resignation of VC. But it is important to solve it.  In addition, ordinary students including RU branch Chatra Union, Samajtantrik Chhatra Font, Chhatra Federation, Chhatra Odhikar Parishad, Biplobi Chhatra Maitri took part in this position program of the University Teachers Network.  Abdul Majid Antar, coordinator of Raksu Andolan Manch, also spoke on the occasion.


Location of RU teacher network in support of Shabiprabi students


The Rajshahi University (RAB) Teachers Network has organized a sit-in program in Shahjalal University of Science and Technology (SHUST) to protest the vicious attack on students and support the students' just demands. The program was organized on Tuesday (January 25) at 11 am at the Shaheed Buddhijibi Chattar of the university.

Abdullah Al Mamun, a professor in the Department of Mass Communication and Journalism at the event, said the resignation of the Shabi Vice-Chancellor was the only way to stop the movement. Besides, this movement cannot be stopped. It has now gone against the university administration and government. It is a failure of government and administration. The government is trying to find a funny game about who is giving fuel and where the money is coming from.

"I came here from my moral position," said Saleh Hassan Naqib, a professor in the Department of Physics. Now if anything happens we continue to call it a conspiracy and a third party. It could have been a beautiful solution to the students' demands. But instead of that, the agitating students were attacked. This incident is not supposed to come up in this situation. If those who have done wrong get over it, then a power to do wrong will be awakened anew. This is not just the case of Shabiprabi, this is the case of all public universities in the country.

Associate Professor Kazi Mamun Haider of the Department of Mass Communication and Journalism said, "We are ashamed that we have passed fifty years of independence. Even at such times, students are being exploited, humiliated and attacked. The non-violent student movement in Shabiprabi was shot and beaten. The students went there to persuade the provost to resign. But that has now turned into a VC resignation movement. It is very important to know the question why this movement was transformed.

He added that the students have been on a hunger strike for 140 hours. A major accident can happen at any moment. We are not noticing those things. We are looking for the scent of conspiracy in this fair movement of students, looking for a third party. Thirty of our students are fighting to the death there, thousands of students are speaking out against the VC. A teacher has no value without a university student. I don't know if it will be solved only with the resignation of VC. But it is important to solve it.

In addition, ordinary students including RU branch Chatra Union, Samajtantrik Chhatra Font, Chhatra Federation, Chhatra Odhikar Parishad, Biplobi Chhatra Maitri took part in this position program of the University Teachers Network.

Abdul Majid Antar, coordinator of Raksu Andolan Manch, also spoke on the occasion.


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