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AGNI-HHR Presentation

AGNI-HHR Presentation

For example in Pakistan we hear of abductions and murders of Hindus, of destruction of mandirs, and Hindus are forced to take on Muslim names in hope to avoid being targeted. Bangladesh is where the largest genocide in the world of the indigenous Hindus is taking place on a wide scale right now… [...]

March 4, 2012 HHR Global Hindus, HHR Activities/Press releases Comments Off on AGNI-HHR Presentation

Is Walmart the Reincarnation of the East India Company?

Is Walmart the Reincarnation of the East India Company?

The recent furore against allowing Wal-Mart and other western multinational companies into India’s lucrative retail sector is based upon fears that it will bankrupt the small retails who have been at the hub of that country’s consumer sector. There are fears that these small family run businesses will be unable to cope against the titanic [...]

January 15, 2012 HHR Analysis/Insights Comments Off on Is Walmart the Reincarnation of the East India Company?

The Nazi abuse of Hinduism

The Nazi abuse of Hinduism

The swastika is an ancient symbol associated with good luck, used regularly in places such as Hindu weddings, Jain iconography, and Buddhist temples. It is associated as a symbol of good luck and with the solar deity Surya. [...]

January 5, 2012 HHR Analysis/Insights, History Comments Off on The Nazi abuse of Hinduism

Life Ain’t All Ha Ha Hee Hee for Hindus

Life Ain’t All Ha Ha Hee Hee for Hindus

Hindu Human Rights have recently been flooded with verbal, written and electronic complaints about the portrayal of Hindus, and Hindu women in particular, in the British and Western media. [...]

January 5, 2012 HHR HHR Activities/Press releases, Hindu Phobics Comments Off on Life Ain’t All Ha Ha Hee Hee for Hindus

Inciting Religious Hatred in Britain:

Inciting Religious Hatred in Britain:

The basis of western civilisation and culture is Judeo-Christian mixed with aspects of the Hellenistic and Roman world, known as the classical era. Despite the decline in religious belief in the west there remain some very deeply committed religious people. [...]

January 5, 2012 HHR World Focus Comments Off on Inciting Religious Hatred in Britain:

Hindu Genocide in East Bengal ’71

Hindu Genocide in East Bengal ’71

Sen. Edward Kennedy The Bangladesh genocide of 1971 was basically directed at 3 sets of people: The Awami League was one target, along with leftist students, and then came the main target, the Hindus. they mostly got who they were targeting, especially the Hindu community of Bangladesh. The Pakistani strategy is evident from the following [...]

January 5, 2012 HHR Analysis/Insights, Bangladesh Comments Off on Hindu Genocide in East Bengal ’71

BNP and Bangladesh

BNP and Bangladesh

An early spring morning in Stoke-on-Trent sees Keshubhai, an elderly Asian gentleman, on his knees scrubbing the shutters of his shop. Keshubhai is clearly distressed – both by the unwelcome early morning exercise of scrubbing clean his shop shutters and also by the fact he is running late in opening up his shop. The early [...]

January 4, 2012 HHR Bangladesh Comments Off on BNP and Bangladesh

Art or Craft? – Marketing Violence against Hindus

Art or Craft? – Marketing Violence against Hindus

It has recently come to our attention that a center in East London, Whitechapel, London is hosting an “Indian film festival” from the week starting Sunday 10 January 2005. A perusal of the list of films to be showcased however shows that this is yet another exhibition of anti-Hindu propaganda aimed at showing Hinduism as [...]

January 4, 2012 HHR Archives Comments Off on Art or Craft? – Marketing Violence against Hindus

Amnesty International Snubs Genocide of Kashmiri Hindus Exibition in London ( 2004)

Amnesty International Snubs Genocide of Kashmiri Hindus Exibition in London ( 2004)

London was graced with the singular exhibition on the fate of the Kashmiri Hindus at the hands of Islamic extremists at the Commonwealth Club in the Strand on 28th -29th June 2004. It was hosted by the Indo-European Kashmir Forum led by Sunil Bakshi. London was graced with the singular exhibition on the fate of [...]

October 14, 2004 HHR Analysis/Insights, Archives, Articles Comments Off on Amnesty International Snubs Genocide of Kashmiri Hindus Exibition in London ( 2004)

An Evening with The Hindu Human Rights Group, UK ( 2004 )

An Evening with The Hindu Human Rights Group, UK ( 2004 )

Among various interviews we have done over the years but this one gives a background to the HHR group and how it started. It also covers the problems most Hindus are facing even now. It was done for The Hindu Renaissance Magazine which unfortunately has now long gone out of publication itself... [...]

May 7, 2004 HHR Archives, Articles, HHR Activities/Press releases Comments Off on An Evening with The Hindu Human Rights Group, UK ( 2004 )