Publish date4 Mar 2020 - 11:01
Story Code : 453692

US, British propaganda sparking wrath among extremist Hindus

Rights organizations are seemingly voicing support for human rights but practically they are in line with policies of the world powers.
Jafar Ghanadbashi, Iranian political analyst
Jafar Ghanadbashi, Iranian political analyst
Jafar GHanadbashi, Iranian political analyst in an interview with Taghrib News Agency (TNA) explained his views on recent extremist anti-Muslim reactions by Hindus criticizing the inaction of the human rights bodies and international organizations.
He said,” Although these international and human rights bodies are crying out their support for human rights, they are in fact following the world powers policies.”
He rebuked the dual policy of these human rights organizations and said,” When it comes to democracy, world powers support dictators although they condemn their opposite side of ignoring democracy.”
Iranian political analyst added,” For instance the world powers take no instance on Yemen war only because their interests are not involved” and added,” This is while when a religious minority is ignored in our country, the same powers would overstate the case.”
Jafar Ghanadbashi said,” This dual policy is known to the world people and has discredited the international human rights bodies across the globe.”
He noted that massacre of Muslims is not due to Hindu extremists and stressed,” There are factors stirring anti-Muslim feelings in India one of them the propaganda machines belonging to the UK and US leading the popular towards wrath.”
“The irk has begun in President Donald Trump’s visit to India” said the Iranian political analyst and added,” They begin their dividing policies parallel to empowerment of the Islamic groups and make the best of the move.”
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