India has launched a new forced eviction drive aimed at displacing 106 families, mostly Muslims, in the state of Assam under the pretext that they live on government-owned land, amid international fears of a recurrence of last September’s deadly eviction drive.
Jama Masjid Advisory Council in Delhi, India has called for prompt action to save the 362-year-old mosque after it was severely damaged during the past years, considering the government's neglect of its restoration and conservation. https://youtu.be/ktmkkGJST4o
The latest accusation to surface on social media is that Indian Muslims are carrying out "rice jihad" to justify their boycott and violence against them. It was found out that the video claiming Muslims were poisoning rice to be sold to Hindus was filmed in Peru.
Bollywood movie Sooryavanshi is facing immense backlash for its Islamophobic content, despite being a box-office success in India. The global outcry is growing over the movie as it incites extremism and violence, amid demands to condemn such movies and stop producing them. https://youtu.be/XyoeoakiUiI
National Commission for Minorities in India said that it had received complaints from Muslim, Christian and Sikh groups, calling for putting an end to the portrayal of minorities in Indian cinema in a humiliating and aggressive way that stirs hatred and violence.
The police in India is investigating 100 social media accounts accused of sharing misleading information, pictures and clips, following a wave of sectarian violence, attacks on mosques and looting of homes and companies owned by Muslims in the past few days.
A recent survey revealed a decline in the quality of life of Muslims in India between 2014-2019. According to the study, 2% of the Muslim population used cars, ACs, PCs, TVs and fridges in 2014, but this percentage halved in 2019 to become only 1%.
Social networks witnessed widespread calls for solidarity with Muslims of Kashmir, after India had launched arrests campaign, in conjunction with attacks and counterattacks that killed 28 people, most of them are Muslims. So, what is happening in Kashmir? https://youtu.be/-0LsnjVGHGA
Applications of over 1,000 Muslim girls were rejected by the West Bengal Police Recruitment Board (WBPRB) in India because of wearing hijabs in the attached photos. The candidates said that the WBPRB is depriving them of their constitutional and religious rights.