Sunday, November 30, 2008

Crimes and Terrorism of Terrorist Mafia Government of India

Hindu Militants Continue Violence Against Christians in India
Seek to Wipe Out All Traces of Christianity

By Council of Khalistan -

Washington DC, USA ( - The wave of violence against
Christians in Orissa [India] continues. Militant Hindu nationalists
affiliated with the militant, pro-Fascist Rashtriya Swayamsewak Sangh
(RSS), have called for a nun, who was raped by their activists, to be
arrested and they have reportedly sought to wipe out all traces of
Christianity from Orissa.

On October 21 [2008], a group of Hindu women from the Rashtra Sevika
Samiti - an outfit affiliated to the Sangh Parivar (an organization
under the umbrella of the RSS) - demonstrated to demand the arrest of
a nun who was raped during the violence that erupted in the area in
August. "They want to arrest the victim," noted Dr. Gurmit Singh
Aulakh, President of the Council of Khalistan [based in Washington DC,
USA]. "That is offensive to anyone's sense of decency." Asia News
reported that the Sangh Parivar, another Hindu fundamentalist group
affiliated with the RSS, "[is] becoming more methodical. Sometimes
with police assistance they prevent Christians from meeting to pray,
try to murder new converts, and are trying to take over the land where
churches and Christian homes once stood in order to wipe off the face
of the Earth any trace of Christian presence."

Dr. Aulakh made it clear that the Council of Khalistan and the Sikh
Nation support the Christians in fighting the oppression. "We are on
your side," he said. "First it was Sikhs, Muslims, Dalits, now
Christians," he said, referring to a wave of anti-Christian oppression
that has been raging since Christmas 1998. "The rape of any woman,
especially a nun, is shameful," he said. "Nuns renounce sex and are
'married to Christ.' Raping them is an attack on the Christian
religion itself," he said. "They have tried to wipe out Sikhism and
Buddhism. Now the Indians [Hindus] are trying to wipe out
Christianity." Dr. Aulakh's efforts to help Christians have been
praised by John Dayal, President of the All-India Christian Council.

The latest attacks in Orissa are part of an ongoing campaign of
violent harassment of Christians that has been going on since
Christmas 1998. Churches have been burned, Christian schools have been
attacked and Christian prayer halls have been vandalized. Missionary
Graham Staines was murdered in 1999 in Orissa by a mob of militant
Hindus chanting "Victory to Hannuman," (a Hindu god) while he slept in
his jeep, along with his two sons. The killers have never been
punished. Missionary Joseph Cooper was so severely beaten that he had
to spend a week in an Indian hospital, then he was expelled from the
country. Many nuns have been raped and made to drink their own urine.
Priests have been murdered. The Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP), an
organization under the umbrella of the militant, pro-Fascist, Hindu
nationalist Rashtriya Swayamsewak Sangh (RSS), justified these crimes
by calling the nuns "anti-national elements." The RSS, the parent
organization of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), has published
booklets on how to implicate Christians and other minorities in false
criminal cases.

In April, according to Compass Direct, about 70 violent Hindu
nationalists chased and threatened two Christian women from a Gospel
for Asia Bible college after a Christian worship service. They burned
the church. All the Christians escaped except the two young women. The
Hindu militants threatened: "We will burn you like Graham Staines and
his children!" A leader of the BJP was quoted as saying that everyone
who lives in India must either be a Hindu or be subservient to

India has murdered over 250,000 Sikhs since 1984, according to figures
compiled by the Punjab State Magistracy and human-rights groups and
reported in the book The Politics of Genocide by Inderjeet Singh
Jaijee. It has also killed over 90,000 Kashmiri-Muslims since 1988,
2,000 to 5,000 Muslims in Gujarat, more than 300,000 Christians in
Nagaland since 1947, and thousands of Christians and Muslims elsewhere
in the country, as well as tens of thousands of Assamese, Bodos,
Dalits, Manipuris, Tamils and other minorities. The Indian Supreme
Court called the Indian Government's murders of Sikhs "worse than a

According to a report by the Movement Against State Repression (MASR),
52,268 Sikhs are being held as political prisoners in India without
charge or trial. Some have been in illegal custody since 1984! Amnesty
International reported that tens of thousands of other minorities are
also being held as political prisoners. We demand the immediate
release of all these political prisoners.

Dr. Aulakh noted that the repression of the Sikhs has echoes in the
repression of the Christians. "It is sad that in the name of religion
[Hinduism or Hindutva], violent acts like this are carried out," Dr.
Aulakh said. "We strongly condemn the violence against Christians,
which is sadly reminiscent of the violence that has been committed
against Sikhs, Muslims, and others," Dr. Aulakh said. "They murdered
several priests and they murdered Staines and beat Cooper. Similarly,
the Indian Government murdered Sardar Gurdev Singh Kaunke, Jathedar of
the Akal Takht. If you are a religious leader of a non-Hindu religion
in India, you are in danger," he said. "The burning of churches and
the vandalism of prayer halls and schools is an attack on fundamental
religious institutions. These attacks on churches remind me of the
Golden Temple attack. They constitute an attack on the religion
itself, Dr. Aulakh said. "That is unacceptable, especially in a
country that promotes itself as a secular democracy." He noted that
India recently signed a civil nuclear agreement with the United
States. "I call on the Bush Administration and its successors [the
Obama Administration] to work with India to ensure that basic human
rights are enjoyed by Sikhs, Christians, Muslims, Dalits, and all the
people living under Indian rule," he said. "We must continue to press
for our God-given birthright of freedom," he said. "Unfortunately, the
Indian Government does nothing but encourage and support this
repression and violence. Is this the face of modern Hinduism [or
Hindutva] and the so-called secular India?" - [Council of Khalistan -
Press Release - 22 October 2008]

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