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3 crore illegal Bangladeshi infiltrators must leave or turn Hindu : Bajrang Dal

Meerut (Uttar Pradesh) : Balraj Dungar, convenor of the Bajrang Dal for Meerut, said on Tuesday that Bangladeshis living in India must either leave the country or convert to Hinduism. “Our first demand is that they must leave the country, as they are abusing our resources. However, if they wish to live here, they must convert to Hinduism and adapt to the ways of our life,” he said. Commenting on the recent instances of ‘ghar wapsi’ in Uttar Pradesh, Dungar said, “We had been involved in ‘ghar wapsi’ campaigns even during the UPA regime. This is a continuous, ongoing process,” Dungar said.
Dungar said Bangladeshis have taken refuge in India, and continue to live here even 43 years after the Bangladesh war. “They now need to go back,” he said. Told that the illegality of the stay would not change with conversion, Dungar said, “At least they will add to our strength in numbers.”

VHP organisational secretary Sudarshan Chakra, however, said he would not agree with the Bajrang Da…

VHP re-converts 30 SC Christians under ‘home coming’ in Kerala

Alappuzha (Kerala) :Notwithstanding a united Opposition cornering the NDA Government over the conversions issue for the past one week, right wing organisation Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) has facilitated the reconversions of a batch of 30 persons belonging to eight families of Scheduled Caste (SC) Christians under the ritual ‘ghar wapsi’ (home coming) in this district. The “ghar vapsi” programme in progress in Kerala’s Alappuzha. The ritual was organised by district wing of VHP at a local temple at Kanichanallor on Sunday. VHP leader Prathap G Padikkal, who arranged the function, said the families “expressed their desire to come back to Hinduism” and VHP “only facilitated the return”. He said their ancestors had converted to Christianity some decades ago. Another 150 families in the district have expressed their wish to embrace Hindusiam and VHP would arrange their ‘home coming’ also, he said.
According to reports, the RSS has deputed 58 pracharaks under Mukund Rao Panshika…

Islamic State captures Jordanian pilot after warplane crashes in Syria

The Hindu Response – An Yezidi Perspective

The Hindu Response – An Yezidi Perspective  As a Yezidi I am used to genocides. I am aware that we have a bad neighborhood and that we Yezidis are a non-Islamic, Kurmanji speaking ethnic group. Our people believe is reincarnation and do not wish that non-believers burn in hell. In fact there is no hell in out belief system. Malek Taus extinguished it with his tears seeing the pain of humanity.Presently we are undergoing our 74th genocide by the Islamic extremists ISIS. Yet this one was different in every way. During this ongoing Genocide which started on August 3,2014, the ISIS attacked the Kurdish controlled town of Sinjar (Shingal) and the so-called Kurdish security forces (Peshmarga) escaped from the city, more than five hours before ISIS attack begun, leaving the Yezidis unarmed in ISIS’ hands. ISIS then took over the city of Sinjar, without facing any resistance from Peshmarga. They executed more than five thousand men, took seven thousand women and girls, who were …

Worth Studying : Aim of making Bharat free of converted Muslims and Christians by December 31, 2021

Pro-Hindu Dharma Jagran Samanvay Samiti : The Hindu Rate Of Oath When RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat on Saturday strongly defended the Sangh’s conversion campaign, it only confirmed what its Dharma Jagran Samanvay Samiti (DJSS) has been insisting. The heated exchanges in Parliament all of last week as the Opposition tried to get Prime Minister Narendra Modi to commit on the religious conversion issue notwithstanding, this is the busiest time of the year for the Samiti. And December 23, the day the Winter Session ends, marks the start of its mass programmes linked to Ghar Wapsi across the country — like every year. Perhaps the only place missing this time out of at least 300 on its list would be Aligarh. DJSS insiders laugh at the suggestion that the Aligarh “controversy” made them pause. Instead, they say, the only thing that went wrong in Aligarh was that DJSS convenor for western Uttar Pradesh Rajeshwar Singh, also an RSS pracharak, was too outspoken.
“There was less work, more…

FBI warns of Islamic State threat to Mississippi River bridge

© Andrea Morales/Bloomberg A barge moves along the Mississippi River towards the Memphis-Arkansas bridge. WASHINGTON, Dec 23 (Reuters) - The FBI has warned local authorities of a threat that Islamic State militants would blow up the Memphis & Arkansas Bridge spanning the Mississippi River, an agency spokesman said on Tuesday. The bridge is a major route connecting Tennessee and Arkansas. The Federal Bureau of Investigation passed the threat on to local police in a bulletin out of an "abundance of caution," spokesman Chris Allen said.
"This is an unsubstantiated, anonymous threat," he said, adding that there was no useful intelligence arising from it.
Allen had no details on when the threat was received or how. The warning was reported by Fox13 News in Memphis.
The television station quoted the FBI warning as saying that according to an anonymous tipster, Islamic State had instructed a person in Memphis "to blow up the Memphis-…

BJP breaks new ground in Jammu and Kashmir, Jharkhand

SRINAGAR, India (Reuters) - Prime Minister Narendra Modi's party made big electoral gains in the disputed region of Jammu and Kashmir and captured power in Jharkhand on Tuesday, underscoring the Hindu nationalist's dominance of the political landscape. The Bharatiya Janata Party won 25 of 87 seats in Kashmir, its best showing ever in the Muslim-majority state, but still way short of a simple majority that it wanted to seize power.
Modi himself campaigned heavily across Kashmir, a top priority for his party which wants closer integration of the revolt-torn Himalayan region with the rest of the country.
Still, it will remain a key player in the state where no single group attained a majority, raising the prospect of a coalition government led by the regional People's Democratic Party (PDP) which won 28 seats.
The rest of the seats were shared by regional parties, the Congress and independents.
Separatists …

MF Husain, “Artistic Freedom” and a sense of deja vu

It's a matter of great concern that my blog is taken by serious readers. I appreciate all those readers and writers taking note of my articles. The following article is a good sign:-
Earlier this month (May ’06), the Indian High Commissioner to UK, H.E. Kamalesh Sharma inaugurated an exhibition of paintings by MF Husain in London and remarked that the painter was the greatest modern Indian artist[i].
Although I do not personally understand Husain’s art, I can imagine that he has some admirers. But to call this artist – who has over the years (for more than 2 decades) systematically attempted to denigrate a multitude of Hindu deities, symbols and images as the “greatest modern Indian artist”  is a little over the top.
This is the same painter against whom a notice has been issued by the High Court in Mumbai, against whom a case is pending in Indore and whose paintings are the subject of a Law Ministry advisory which is so detailed that state governments can (if they so wish)…

Saudi oil chief: No conspiracy behind oil prices

ABU DHABI, United Arab Emirates (AP) -- Saudi Arabia's oil chief on Sunday dismissed allegations that his kingdom conspired to bring down oil prices in order to harm other countries and told a summit of Arab energy leaders that he was confident the market would stabilize. The kingdom, which is dependent on oil revenues, is able to weather lower oil prices due to large reserves built up over the years. Non-OPEC member Russia and other nations like Iraq, Iran and Venezuela need prices substantially above present levels to meet budget goals and want to drive prices up. Saudi Arabia maintains it is opposed to cutting production because of fears its market share could erode. "The best thing for everybody is to let the most efficient produce," Saudi Petroleum Minister Ali Naimi said in the United Arab Emirates capital of Abu Dhabi. He was addressing the Arab Energy Conference, a gathering held every four years. The price of U.S. crude has dipped below $60 a barrel, its lowest…


Hindus must be on guard against the sugar coated enlightened reasoning against "GHAR VAAPSI"  programme. The programme is vital if the Hindus are to survive in Hindusthan. We must remember that given the WOLF & the FOX in our SHEEP PEN, the more the Hindus shed numbers the more VULNERABLE we will become. But if we RESTORE our numbers then we will not only SURVIVE but survive with dignity. All these devious and dirty "secular" ** Pundits get wise only after slaying the Hindus. Islam suddenly becomes a "Religion of peace" after giving a devastating attack on the USA (destruction of WTC towers). In India the "haraamzaade" Muslims (known for fraud, deception & surprise attack!) suddenly became champions of secularism (Quoting Bandit Nehru's Constitution of Partitioned Indian Secular State in our face!) only after capturing our FIVE Provinces and slaughtering a couple of MILLIONS of Hindus! Some of us have long memory of those day…


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