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  • Dutch Leader Geert Wilders extends support to Hindus & #AllEyesonReasi campaign.

    He said Pakistani terr0rists should not be allowed to ki*ll Hindus in Kashmir Valley.

    "Protect your people India!" - GEERT

    He has also extended support to Nupur Sharma & called her a symbol of freedom, not only for India but for the whole free world.
    Dutch Leader Geert Wilders extends support to Hindus & #AllEyesonReasi campaign. He said Pakistani terr0rists should not be allowed to ki*ll Hindus in Kashmir Valley. "Protect your people India!" - GEERT He has also extended support to Nupur Sharma & called her a symbol of freedom, not only for India but for the whole free world.
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  • ⚡ UPDATE - Reasi Attack.

    Three Pakistani terrorists, Abu Hamza, Adoon and Fauji identified.

    They belong to the same group that targeted Indian Air Force convoy in Surankote on June 4

    #AllEyesOnReasi
    ⚡ UPDATE - Reasi Attack. Three Pakistani terrorists, Abu Hamza, Adoon and Fauji identified. They belong to the same group that targeted Indian Air Force convoy in Surankote on June 4 #AllEyesOnReasi
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  • Many Indians tweeted on Rafah. Some more famous than others. The idea was to stand with the dispossesed. To enforce through a peaceful outburst of moral indignation the "right to return"; the "right to reclaim."

    In Reasi, on our own soil, Islamists attacked Hindu tourists. They wanted to kill them all, and to realize their cowardly plan, they first sniped at the bus driver. Fatally wounded, he lost control of the bus.

    Now, the Islamist terrorist group has announced that their guns are trained on "all sanghi yatris."

    The attack in Reasi tells us there is no right to return for Hindus. No right to reclaim, no right to stake claim to justice.

    A few weeks ago, 50% plus Kashmiri Muslims voted with gusto as the Indian state gave them a free and fair veto.

    That democratic freedom to choose endures even after the election. Will even 50% of the Kashmiris who voted march through the streets condemning the attack in Reasi to send a message to Islamists?

    Will our "rent a cause" privileged classes tweet #AllEyesOnReasi? Or do Hindu lives not matter?
    Rahul Sivshankar
    Many Indians tweeted on Rafah. Some more famous than others. The idea was to stand with the dispossesed. To enforce through a peaceful outburst of moral indignation the "right to return"; the "right to reclaim." In Reasi, on our own soil, Islamists attacked Hindu tourists. They wanted to kill them all, and to realize their cowardly plan, they first sniped at the bus driver. Fatally wounded, he lost control of the bus. Now, the Islamist terrorist group has announced that their guns are trained on "all sanghi yatris." The attack in Reasi tells us there is no right to return for Hindus. No right to reclaim, no right to stake claim to justice. A few weeks ago, 50% plus Kashmiri Muslims voted with gusto as the Indian state gave them a free and fair veto. That democratic freedom to choose endures even after the election. Will even 50% of the Kashmiris who voted march through the streets condemning the attack in Reasi to send a message to Islamists? Will our "rent a cause" privileged classes tweet #AllEyesOnReasi? Or do Hindu lives not matter? Rahul Sivshankar
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