Education officials in Indore, India, discriminated against Muslim students and forced them to take their exams under the hot sun to prevent the spread of the corona virus. It prompted the media to consider it a manifestation of Islamophobia in India.
Despite the complex circumstances in India, Muslims in Ichalkaranji, Maharashtra, donated the price of 10 intensive care units to the local hospital, which they collected from Zakat Eid al-Fitr, to treat corona virus victims of various religions and ethnicities.
The Indian author Arundhati Roy warned against using the Corona virus Crisis to fuel conflict between Muslims and Hindus. She described India's treatment of Muslims as genocidal and accused some Indian parties of adopting Nazi ideas in their treatment of minorities.
The Muslim conditions in Jammu and Kashmir became extremely dangerous after the Coronavirus spread among them. India imposed a military siege that hindered relief efforts to deal with the situation, which prompted Pakistan to demand lifting the siege to save lives.
In Delhi, India, brutal violence targeting Muslims, their homes, and mosques continues. The Hindu nationalist gangs have killed and injured hundreds of Muslims to prevent them from protesting the citizenship law that was deemed discriminatory and unfair to Muslims.
The story of the Muslim Indian, Mohammed Aamir, reveals the transformation from an extremist Hindu who demolishes mosques to a tolerant Muslim who seeks to build 100 mosques in India. He wants to spread the teachings of Islam and the values of coexistence.
In an internationally welcomed step, Pakistan has opened a corridor allowing Indian Sikhs to visit a sacred temple in Kartapur, Pakistan. After a period of tension with India, the aim was to emphasize the principle of mutual respect and religious tolerance.