In February 2015, at the annual prayer breakfast in Washington, US president Barack Obama criticized India over country’s religious intolerance. “India is a place where, in the past years, religious faiths of all types have, on occasion, being targeted by other peoples of faith, simply due to their heritage and their beliefs. Such acts of intolerance would have shocked Gandhiji, the person who helped to liberate that nation,” Obama said.
Naturally, Narendra Modi’s Hindutva government was not going to take the truth sitting down. A furious Indian Union Minister, Arun Jaitly, told Barack Obama to look in the mirror.
Jaitley had every reason to be mad. Barack Obama never criticized Israel, where a Muslim Palestine child is killed by Jewish soldiers or Jewish settlers every 24-hour, as result of Jewish racism and religious intolerance. A week ago, an 18-month Palestinian Muslim child was torched to death in his house by a fanatic Jew. Later, the toddler’s father also died as result of burns he received. The Jewish police instead of going after the Jew terrorists – ransacked the victim’s house.
Burning and ‘price-tagging’ of churches and spitting on priests and Christian religious symbols have been going on since the creation of Israel in 1948. Last week, leader of Jewish settlers gave fatwa that burning of churches is commanded by Jewish Scriptures.
The Organized Jewry has been ranting about the so-called “rise in anti-Semitism” in Europe and in the Muslim world in particular – while ignoring the fact that hundreds of thousands of Black Jews in Israel are treated like Hindu Dalit in India. Furthermore, there are more than 325,000 Russian Jews in Israel who cannot have rabbinic marriages.
The Western nations and their poodles around the world, use terms like ‘separation of church from state’, ‘secularism’ and ‘socialism’ to hide their religious and traditional fundamentalism in response to the non-existent “political Islam”. In reality, majority of these nations adhere to their Judeo-Christian faith and traditions, such as, national holidays, politicians and heads of states swearing on Bible, Talmud or Gita – and God mentioned in Constitution.
Currently, the rise in religious fundamentalism in the US, Israel, India, Russia, France, Myanmar (Burma) and several East European nations have surpassed many Muslim nation-states.