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With a Hateful past, RSS affiliate Sewa International US is Collecting...

By Hindutva Watch, Staff Writer As Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi remains in international headlines for gross mismanagement of the second COVID wave, many governments...

Indian held for hate crime against Sikhs in Sydney

The police in Australia have arrested an Indian with an expired visa for one among a series of violent incidents within the Indian community...

VHP-America’s Narsinghanand controversy is tip of Islamophobic iceberg

By Pieter Friedrich, TwoCircles.net “Islam should be eradicated from Earth,” said Ghaziabad, Uttar Pradesh based Swami Yati Narsinghanand Saraswati in 2019, adding, “All Muslims should...

Hindutva has arrived in America!

There is a need to keep a close watch on such organizations that are spreading their tentacles in US politics This may not be news...

Sri Preston Kulkarni: Hindutva’s Hope in Houston

Pieter Friedrich “In this campaign, Rameshji has become like my father,” Sri Preston Kulkarni said in May 2018 when he won the Democratic Party’s nomination for Texas’s...

Hindutva groups in the US are calling out anti-Black racism –...

By Raju Rajagopal As protests against the George Floyd killing gripped America in recent weeks, there was an outpouring of messages of solidarity with Black...

India’s Islamophobia Creeps Into Nepal

BY ARUN BUDHATHOKIKATHMANDU, Nepal—In Nepal, Muslims, who make up about 4 percent of the population, have lived peacefully alongside the majority Hindu population for centuries,...

Tulsi Gabbard Flags ‘Hinduphobia’ – Is It Hindutva Donors’ Voice?

Tulsi Gabbard has emerged as an unlikely survivor in the race for becoming the Democratic Party’s presidential candidate in the United States. Gabbard has...

No room for religious intolerance in UAE: Sheikha Hend

She said the need of the hour is for everyone to focus on containing the Covid-19 pandemic. Religious intolerance and hatred have no place in...

How the American Sangh built up Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard

Tulsi Gabbard, a United States Congresswoman, entered the historic First Unitarian Church of Los Angeles to the strains of Marvin Gaye’s “Ain’t No Mountain...

White nationalist terrorism and its saffron inspirations

“I have read the writings of Dylann Roof and many others, but only really took true inspiration from Knight Justiciar Breivik,” says Brenton Tarrant,...

RSS building a deadly alliance against Muslims and Christians

The world obsessed with Islamist terrorism has not bothered to take any notice of a new terrorism network developing fast in India and its...

Long-distance nationalism of the Hindu diaspora in the West

‘Long-distance nationalism,’’ an expression coined by Benedict Anderson, is often used to refer to transnational political activities, but thedynamics of this expatriate nationalism tend...

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