On April 10, 2014, India’s academic, authors, artists, British MPs and Bollywood personalities, urged Indian voters in an open letter at British daily Guardian, not to vote for Hindutva (BJP) nominee Narendra Modi. It said that if Modi is elected next prime minister of India, it will bode ill for India’s future.
“Without questioning the validity of India’s democratic election process, it is crucial to remember the role played by the Modi government in the horrifying events that took place in Gujarat in 2002. The Muslim minority were overwhelmingly the victims of pillage, murder and terror, resulting in the deaths of more than 2,000 men, women and children. Women, in particular, were subjected to brutal acts of violence and were left largely unprotected by the security forces. Although some members of Narendra Modi’s government are now facing trial, Modi himself repeatedly refuses to accept any responsibility or to render an apology. Such a failure of moral character and political ethics on the part of Modi is incompatible with India’s secular constitution, which, in advance of many constitutions across the world, is founded on pluralist principles and seeks fair and full representation for minorities. Were he to be elected prime minister, it would bode ill for India’s future as a country that cherishes the ideals of inclusion and protection for all its peoples and communities,” said the letter.
The Zionist leaders have very close ties with Hindu extremist group (BJP, RSS, etc.) based on their common hatred toward Islam and Muslims. They have great expectations from Modi as the next prime minister of India against Pakistan, Iran and Hamas. Last year, India’s Union Home Minister, Sushilkumar Shinde, blamed India’s two major opposition parties, Bharatia Janata Party (BJP) and Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) for promoting “Hindu terrorism” via their training camps which teach Hindus hatred toward Muslim, Christian and Sikh minorities.
On June 11, 2013, Jewish The Diplomat wrote: “If Modi were to become PM, expect ties with Israel – already a key defense partner – to expand dramatically. While it was a Congress government that established diplomatic ties with Israel in 1992, it was under a BJP-led government from 1999 to 2004 that Indian ties with the Jewish State blossomed. This period lead critics to believe that this was not just a security partnership but also a relationship with strong religious and ideological moorings.”
On March 17, 2014, New York-based Jewish International Business Times called Narendra Modi, “Israel’s best friend in South Asia”.
Narendra Modi was in Israel some time before being appointed a chief minister of Gujarat state. Hundereds of Gujarati youth were sent to Israel ostensibly for agricultural work where they were imparted special training. These youth imbibed with Hindutva played an important role in the burning of Gujarat. Some of the arms used against Muslims by Hindu fascists had “Made in Israel” markings. Read the rest of Indian Human Rights report here.
Former head of counter-terrorism branch of India’s intelligence Research and Analysis Wing (RAW), B. Raman, in his book ‘The Kaoboys of R&AW: Down Memory Lane’ documents the major part played by India-Israel intelligence agencies in the dismemberment of Pakistan and creation of Bangladesh in the Eastern part of Pakistan in 1971. Read more here.
On April 9, 2014, Amy Goodman (Jewish) interviewed Indian award-winning author and global human rights activist Arundhati Roy at Democracy Now! When Goodman asked her to describe Narendra Modi, Arundhati Roy said: “Modi started as an activist in this self-proclaimed fascist organization called the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh the RSS which was founded in 1925. Heroes of RSS were Mussolini and Hitler. Even today, the bible of RSS written by Golwalker, who believed that Muslims of India were like the Jews of Germany. RSS believes that India’s Muslims either immigrate to Pakistan or be happy to live as second-class citizen in India. Modi is not the only RSS leader who believes in RSS fascism. BJP prime minister of India, Vajpayee and former Home Minister Advani are all followers of Hindutva fascism. The RSS was banned after one of its member assassinated Mahatma Gandhi in 1948.”
“Modi came into great prominence in 2002, when he was already the chief minister of Gujarat but had been losing local municipal elections. And this was at the time when the BJP had run this big campaign in—they had demolished the Babri Masjid, this old 14th century mosque, in 1992. But they were now saying, “We want to build a big Hindu temple in that place.” And a group of pilgrims who were returning from the site where this temple was supposed to be built, the train in which they were traveling, the compartment was set on fire, and 58 Hindu pilgrims were burned. Nobody knows, even today, who set that compartment on fire and how it happened. But, of course, it was immediately blamed on Muslims. And then there followed an unbelievable pogrom in Gujarat, where more than a thousand Muslims were lynched, were burned alive. Women were raped. Their abdomens were slit open. Their fetuses were taken out and so on,” added Roy.
Arundhati Roy is of course disliked by the organized Jewry and Hindutva groups for her criticism of the Zionist regime and her support for Kashmiri Muslim resistance against Indian occupation. Roy also claims that India is not a democracy.