Saturday 10th December 2016,
Hindu Human Rights Online News Magazine

Discrimination

Hindu Human Rights Highlights Plight of Kashmiri Hindus

Hindu Human Rights Highlights Plight of Kashmiri Hindus

 On 19 January 2016 I had the enormous privilege of being invited to speak at the prestigious London School of Economics on the twenty-sixth anniversary of a very sad, poignant event. On that day in 1990 almost the entire Kashmiri Hindu community of indigenous Pandits were ordered out of the Kashmir Valley at gunpoint by [...]

February 1, 2016 Ranbir Singh HHR Activities/Press releases, World Focus 0

How the West Groomed Radical Islam Part 4 – The French Connection

How the West Groomed Radical Islam Part 4 – The French Connection

In this fourth in the series, we look at how France has politically and intellectually nurtured and fostered the forces of radical Islam. At first glance this may seem incongruous. It was France after all which pioneered a radical form of secularism, a total separation of religion and state. The source of this secularist dogma [...]

February 8, 2015 Ranbir Singh Analysis/Insights, World Focus 0

HHR in Conjunction with BPCA launch book in British parliament on discrimination against Minorities in Pakistan

HHR in Conjunction with BPCA launch book in British parliament on discrimination against Minorities in Pakistan

The Hindu Human Rights Group in conjunction with the British Pakistani Christian Association (BPCA) invites you to the book launch of The Education System in Pakistan: Discrimination and the Targeting of the ‘Other’ Speakers include the following book contributors: Peter Tatchell (Director of the Peter Tatchell Foundation) Desmond Fernandes (Genocide Scholar) Faiz Baluch (International Voice [...]

December 6, 2014 HHR Archives, News updates, World Focus 0

Native American views on Thanksgiving

Native American views on Thanksgiving

This week school children everywhere will be dressing up as Pilgrims and Indians to reenact the first Thanksgiving. They’ll learn that the starving Pilgrims were saved by a group of Indians who generously donated barrels of corn and squash. That these two groups – despite speaking different languages and a long history of violence – [...]

November 28, 2013 HHR Indigenous/Pagan Voice 0

Shrinking Numbers and Growing Persecution Threaten Sikhs and Hindus in Afghanistan

Shrinking Numbers and Growing Persecution Threaten Sikhs and Hindus in Afghanistan

KABUL, Afghanistan — J.K. Sharma, a large Sikh man in a black turban, works out of a small room lined with jars and herbs in the ruined and dusty Shor Bazaar in Kabul. In a war-ravaged country where miracles are in short supply, Mr. Sharma makes a living as a magician, providing advice and talismans [...]

November 23, 2013 HHR News updates 0