Category Archives: South Asia

Islamophobia taints India’s response to the coronavirus – Rana Ayub

It didn’t take long before India’s response to the coronavirus was tainted by the kind of discrimination and Islamophobia that has characterized the nationalist administration of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. The hashtags #CoronaJihad and #BioJihad have inundated Twitter recently. It all stems from cases of covid-19 … Continue reading

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BJP and Israel: Hindu Nationalism is Ravaging India’s Democracy by RAMZY BAROUD

It was only a matter of time before the anti-Muslim sentiment in India turned violent. A country that has historically prided itself on its diversity and tolerance, and for being ‘the largest democracy in the world’ has, in recent years, … Continue reading

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India’s Failed Democracy by MEL GURTOV

India is often billed as the world’s biggest democracy. But that title has worn thin: Under Prime Minister Narendra Modi, India is becoming a nationalist state home to Hindus and closed to Muslims. A new citizenship law is exclusionist: It … Continue reading

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Blood and Soil in Narendra Modi’s India By Dexter Filkins

On August 11th, two weeks after Prime Minister Narendra Modi sent soldiers in to pacify the Indian state of Kashmir, a reporter appeared on the news channel Republic TV, riding a motor scooter through the city of Srinagar. She was … Continue reading

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As repression in India gets worse, notable figures remain silent – Rana Ayyub

Over the past weeks I’ve received a number of alarming messages about police repression and intimidation in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh. “If you see this, help us,” read an urgent message I received on Dec. 21 from an … Continue reading

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To invoke Allah or to not: Secular Islamophobia and the protesting Indian Muslim – MUDASIR AMIN AND SAMREEN MUSHTAQ

At around noon on 14 December, a middle-aged  man was painting on a wall of Jamia Millia Islamia’s Chemistry Department that faces the varsity’s Central Canteen. That day, many students were painting colourful messages on every other wall in Jamia, expressing … Continue reading

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India: Intimations of an Ending The rise of Modi and the Hindu far right. By Arundhati Roy

While protest reverberates on the streets of Chile, Catalonia, Bolivia, Britain, France, Iraq, Lebanon, and Hong Kong, and a new generation rages against what has been done to their planet, I hope you will forgive me for speaking about a … Continue reading

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India Annexes Kashmir and Brings Us Back to Partition By Mohammed Hanif

LAHORE, Pakistan — Pakistani kids are taught in and out of school that Kashmir is our “shah rug” (jugular vein). Indians believe that Kashmir is their “atoot ang” (indispensable body part). Urdu and Persian poetry is full of paeans to the beauty … Continue reading

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Article 370: Why is Kashmir tense about it & what can India do

Centre’s move to revoke Article 370 will go down as one of the most significant initiatives to change a provision in our constitution- that was considered sacrosanct for a very longtime. Until today, Article 370 was considered to be the … Continue reading

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Complete PM Imran Khan Address To The Nation On Pakistan Striking India

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