Try searching Google for Hinduism and you will get 1,180,000 results. Try the same for “Hindu Terrorism” you will get 2,450,000 results.
Well you can thank the media and our politicians for that.
I would like to ask what do you really mean by “Hindu terrorism” or “Hindu terror”, “Hindu bomb”, “Saffron terrorism”. Well you do not say “Islamic terrorism” because then seculars cry out loud. But it is “OK” to call a hindu by such names, because they know Hinduism has always been a tolerant religion. In spite of having no evidence of their involvement in violent activities or working against the Indian State, they are still being termed as “Hindu Terrorist” .For the sake of Muslim vote-bank, Hindu organizations needed to be shown as being involved in anti-national activities.
News channel and Politicians never stood up for the Kashmiri pundits who were butchered in Kashmir .Syed Ali Shah Geelani who favors the condition accession of Kashmir to Pakistan is treated at government expense.
The secular hate-mongers are pushing Hindus into a difficult corner without a space to be heard. Not a single ‘mainline’ newspaper publishes their views, though any number of assaults on them is a matter of routine. This is creating a grave situation and it’s a warning signal that can be ignored only at the peril of the nation’s great legacy of plurality”, writes Tarun Vijay.
Dr Saurav Basu writes , Within 24 hrs of her arrest, the Sadhvi has become Hindu’s terror feminine face! Everything associated with her is claimed to be untouchable including her religious identity. Dare they render the same [dis]service to the hundreds of Islamic terrorists who have been apprehended by the police! Recall, the Shankaracharya Jayendra Saraswati conspiracy case in which the ‘secular’ media played such an egregious role in defaming both him, and the Math that the Andhra High Court was compelled to intervene and issue a stern warning to all these agencies of secular terror, for “the amount of disrepute and sacrilege inflicted upon Sri Jayendra Saraswati, as of now, is so enormous that it has hardly any comparables” The learned judge had also regrettably noted, “sad and sorrowful that an institution of such glory that withstood foreign invasions and social revolutions” over the past 2500 years “is virtually targeted and persecuted in an organized manner in an independent country…Not only individuals, but also a section of the institutions, such as the State and the Press, appears to be determined to belittle and besmirch the Peetam…The proponents of human rights, fair play and dignity to the individuals and institutions have maintained stoic silence”