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7 Responses to “Anti Jihad”

  1. pradeep said

    Jai Shri Ram,
    Hi I had my graduation in engineering and right now I m doing job in reputed private organisation in Mumbai and want to to work for my religion my people but don’t know how.
    Can you please help me or suggest me?

    Regards,
    Pradeep.

    Jai Shri Ram!!!

    • raman said

      pradeep this is raman here from mumbai Come and meet me in vashi bacha bacha ram ka har muslim haram ka All so called converted muslim should be brought back to thier basic religion sanatan hindu come and meet me
      Raman

  2. vishal kumar said

    you can join rss or ramakrishna mission and ,there many other organisation also
    through which you can uplift your religion

  3. ranvijay rathore said

    guys hame kuch krna hogaa u.p mai love jihad maine khud apni ankho sai dheka hai aap kisi bhi skkol kai bahara chale jao musllim apni identity cupa h hai meerut ghaziabad shahranpur bulandshahr or jaha muslim kuch jyada hai … maine kayi fb id pakdi kayi group pakde ..magar koi mera sath nhi de raha kya aise hi ham raksha karengee .. kab tak intezaaar karenge ki hmari behen beti ke sath yeh ho .. or maine khud dhekaa pako bhi dhika skta hu delhi ke kuch muslim jo maine dhee ek dost ko phasa liaa or baa mai maine uki detail nikali to us ladke ki kayi hindu id thi vo kalawa pehen kr pic khich wata thaa … mere pass proof hai koi help kregaa ..sayad nhii to fir wait kro apke ghar mai kya hone ka hai. jai hind.

  4. kumar said

    All Hindus should take a pledge about not to abuse hindus in any way, it will take our country high. Hindus must be clean in their duties, it will give respect to Hindus….Jai Hind

  5. situ said

    we have to organize a group in social media and stop the nonsense profets child jihadis a leession and encourage others to join us.

  6. Srimati Krishna Gangopadhyay said

    Meet Lehava, the Israeli Fascists Mounting a Vicious Crusade to Keep their Women Away from Arabs
    • By Yasmin Kaye
    September 22, 2014 13:48 BST
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    Lehava protesters demonstrate outside an Arab-Israel wedding in August.(AFP)

    “Dear Arab guy, we don’t want you to get hurt,” read a poster that started doing the rounds on social media in 2012. “If you are thinking of dating Jewish girls, this isn’t the place for you… Last week an Arab who thought he might find himself some Jewish girls was hurt. We don’t want you to get hurt, so respect our daughters’ honour.”
    The poster was created by Lehava, a group that is committed to opposing marriage between Jewish women and non-Jewish men. With the stated aim of “saving the daughters of Israel,” the group runs a hotline encouraging callers to report such relationships.
    The organisation styles itself as a sort of moral arbiter, alternating between thinly veiled threats against non-Jews and pleas towards Jewish women who must be “protected.” It holds regular demonstrations each weekend in Jerusalem, urging Jews to protect themselves from the “dangers of assimilation.”
    “Don’t defile yourself,” reads another Lehava poster. “Beware of goys [a derogatory term for non-Jews] who seek to degrade you.”
    Lehava – the group’s Hebrew initials stand for “Preventing Assimilation in the Holy Land” – is headed by Benzi Gopstein, a former member of the banned Kach party, the extreme right-wing party led by the late Rabbi Meir Kahane.
    Speaking to IBTimes UK ahead of the group’s “first large-scale” demonstration in Tel Aviv on Thursday, Gopstein described the organisation as “a group of Jews aiming to safeguard against assimilation.”
    “There are enemies within this country who believe this country belongs to them,” Gopstein says, in the first of several mentions of the “enemy within” during the course of our conversation. “It’s a recipe for disaster.”
    So are all the Arabs enemies? Pause. “No, but Jews should be given preference.”
    Arabs would be allowed to remain in Israel, “if they agree to the conditions, to accept Israel as a Jewish country.”
    He repeats that men and women should “know not to assimilate,” saying that if he met an Arab and Jewish couple on the street today, he “would say that they had no future, that the relationship is forbidden, and not recommended.”
    What message would Gopstein convey to them? “That according to Judaism it is forbidden.”
    This type of muted language feels strangely at odds with the many charges of incitement, threats, intimidations and overt racism levelled at the group. “We do not incite or intimidate, we explain,” he tells me in a flat, calm voice.

    A Lehava poster seen on a post in Jerusalem. The sticker reads: ‘Don’t you even dare to think about a Jewess,’ in Hebrew and Arabic.Twitter (@Rubiconski)
    What about the leaflet distributed by Lehava urging Jews not to work with or employ Arabs? Gopstein is silent for a moment. “We want to work with Jews, not enemies.”
    And the charges of violence? “As a principle we are non-violent…if we are attacked we will retaliate but only in cases of self-defence.”
    Instances of violence towards leftist activists in Israel are dismissed as “not our people, no.”
    Does he think his actions encourage people to behave violently? “There are those that try to fight us, but it won’t help them, we won’t break…we’re not violent, we act according to the law.”
    What about your supporters who call for death to Arabs? “We don’t agree with those strategies” Gopstein insists.
    Yet despite their founder’s protestations, several Lehava members have been connected to what police term “serious incitement,” and have been linked to violent assaults on Palestinians.
    In July the group’s Facebook page was removed, but it still manages to recruit members through social media and word of mouth. Most recently, Lehava made headlines after picketing the wedding celebrations of a mixed Arab-Jewish couple.
    Fighting for free speech?
    Mahmoud Mansour, an Arab-Israeli, and Morel Malka, a Jewish-born woman who had converted to Islam, had unsuccessfully petitioned to ban last month’s demonstration. In what Gopstein hailed a “victory for free speech,” a judge ruled it could go ahead providing protesters stayed 200 metres away from the venue.
    Police were deployed to prevent clashes and several arrests were made as Lehava demonstrators carrying placards with slogans such as “I wanted a grandson, I got a shahid [martyr]” and “assimilation is a Holocaust” were met by counter-protesters who arrived armed with flowers and balloons and shouted messages of congratulations to guests.
    Tensions ratcheted up as some within the crowd started chanting “death to leftists,” and “death to Arabs,” while one of the organisers tried to calm them down.
    “’The protesters shouted ‘I wanted a grandson, I got a shahid’”
    -
    The protest was slammed by Israeli President Reuven Rivlin, who called Lehava “rodents gnawing under the shared democratic and Jewish foundation of Israel.”
    “The incitement against them is outrageous and worrying,” read a statement on Rivlin’s Facebook page. “Not everyone has to share in the happiness of Mahmoud and Morel — but everyone has to respect them.”
    But while in Israel Gopstein is viewed with contempt by many – and mocked for high-profile stunts such as his letters urging Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg not to marry his “goy” girlfriend – a sizeable number of people are in agreement with him.
    In a country where many believe that both Arabs and leftists “have no place,” and measured discussion of key issues is slammed as “left wing,” demonstrations and nationalistically motivated attacks show no sign of abating. This summer’s war also recruited many young, impressionable members to the cause.
    You need not look any further than the aforementioned wedding, which was even opposed by the bride’s father.
    “I never dreamed that my daughter would “I never dreamed that my daughter would marry an Arab,” he told Israel’s Channel 10 at the time. “I’m not going, period.”

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