Biased Pro-Islamist Group Hires Lobbyist to Push Resolution Slamming India

Scene from Islamist Mass Terrorist attack against Hindus and other Non-Muslims in Mumbai 26-11 2008

The Indian American Muslim Council (IAMC) hired the American lobbying firm, Fidelis Government Relations, to push a resolution critical of India, the Hindu American Foundation (HAF) revealed today.  The Foundation previously released a statement censuring House Resolution 417 for attacking India’s record on religious freedom, targeting only Hindus as instigators of violence, and ignoring the impact of […]

Violent Muslim Mob Attacks Police and Stab Officer for Enforcing Law Against Cow Slaughter in India

Police and Cows Attacked on Eid (Bakri Eid) by Muslim Mob in Gujarat

Sansrod is a Muslim-majority village in Karjan taluka of Vadodara district in the western Indian state of Gujarat. It is located next to national highway no.8.  On Id-Ul-Zuha day (also known as Bakra Eid)  the Shinor police’s ASI B.Gumansinh was in Karjan where Karjan CPI(Circle Police Inspector) Vala received information about slaughter of cows. The information […]

The Plight of Minority Groups and Women Living in Pakistan


National Hindu Students’ Forum UK (NHSF) and partners are launching the Human Boundaries campaign to raise awareness of the Human and Civil Rights abuses which are faced by minority groups living in Pakistan. We are also looking to petition the British, Pakistani and Indian government, as well as the United Nations, to see if we […]

Parliament of the World’s Religions with No Hindu Trustees Rejects Hindu Celebration in Chicago – Is CPWR Hinduphobic?

Chair of the Board of Trustees - Imam Abdul Malik Mujahid

Are all Hindus bad? The Council of World Religions seems to think so – based on their recent decision to reject a Hindu community event celebrated by Hindus from all across the United States, consisting of professors, doctors, entrepreneurs, teachers, lawyers and yoga teachers. Rejecting a request from a coalition of over three hundred North […]