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A dangerous hybrid of hatred against Hindus globally, says US-based research organization

A US-based scientific research organization has now turned a dangerous hybrid of hatred against the Hindu community, citing increasing attacks on them in this country and various parts of the world.

We’ve seen a more than 1,000 percent increase and replacement with anti-Hindu slurs, anti-Semitic memes, along with other kinds of narratives, and hatred shared by white supremacists, with the potential to be shared by Islamists and others. inciting suspicions. And creating a toxic environment of hostility, said Joel Finkelstein, chief science officer and co-founder of the Network Contagion Research Institute.

Presenting the key points of his latest research in Building Representation and Education on Hindu American Living Experiences organized by the Coalition of Hindus of North America (CoHNA) at the US Capitol, Finkelstein noted that vandalism against Hindu temples in the US in recent months has grown. , and in Canada, it’s going through the roof. “And now we see what the equivalent of a low-ranking genocide in England is,” Finkelstein told members of the Hindu American community.

He was referring to the ongoing violence against Hindus in the United Kingdom. Based out of New Jersey, the Network Contagion Research Institute (NCRI), a non-profit organization, studies misinformation, deceit, manipulation and hate on social media channels.

Noting that Hinduphobia is one of the most complex hatreds, Finkelstein said that there is now a dangerous hybridization of hatred against the community. In response to a question, he said that there is a possibility of increasing hatred against the Hindu community in the world.

Congressman Hank Johnson, the only Buddhist MP in the current Congress, also expressed concern over the recent increase in hatred against Hindus in America. Johnson said that we must stand together against hatred against our religion, race or background, but unfortunately, there are substantial incidents of hate-related incidents in the US as well as other groups, especially against Hindu Americans.

Nikunj Trivedi of CoHNA said the contribution of Hindu Americans to American society has been profound over the years. We come from diversity. We are not just scientists or some idiot sitting in the classroom. We have different types of people from actors and actresses to Congressmen and CEOs.

In response to a question, Finkelstein said there was a rug on the problem. There is a big issue when it comes to Hinduphobia. He said that it is very difficult to talk about it in the Hindu community.

Over the past year, CoHNA has held three Congressional briefings on various issues affecting the Hindu-American community. CoHNA said that Hindus are a vibrant and diverse community who have contributed significantly to American progress, wellbeing and democratic values, whether during the COVID-19 pandemic or the day-to-day things that make America a great nation, CoHNA said.

Nevertheless, our community is often the target of bigotry and hatred, as in the recent attack on a local temple in New York and the twice desecration of a Gandhi statue on the temple premises, two separate hatreds on Hindu men and women in California. events have been observed. In Texas, or growing online hatred and academic bias against Hindus. In fact, according to 2020 FBI data, hate crimes against Indian Americans are up 500 percent.

Hindu community leaders and organizations from across the US arrived in Washington DC on Wednesday to engage with their political representatives and discuss various issues affecting the community.

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