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yogi Adityanath hate comments targets Mother Theresa

Postby fsimon » Mon Mar 20, 2017 7:31 am

http://viewpure.com/Azxap5wmMrQ?start=0&end=0

uttar pradesh is In Northern India and this fanatic is the new Chief Minister
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Re: yogi Adityanath hate comments targets Mother Theresa

Postby Rose West » Tue Mar 21, 2017 11:53 am

Mother Theresa, who said people of any religion should be good members of their religion, "conspired" against Hindus?

I would more willing to believe that she, who was pretty outspoken, said things against specific people who happened to be Hindu.
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Re: Yogi Adityanath hate comments targets Mother Theresa

Postby fsimon » Fri Mar 24, 2017 3:45 pm

I think that this NYT article is true
Modi's Perilous Embrace of Hindu Extremists"
https://www.nytimes.com/2017/03/23/opinion/mr-modis-perilous-embrace-of-hindu-extremists.html

I am thousands of kms away in Mangalore Karnataka where catholics are pretty strong at 9%.Karnataka however witnessed attacks on churches in 2008.All quiet now
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Re: yogi Adityanath hate comments targets Mother Theresa

Postby fsimon » Sat Apr 08, 2017 12:21 pm

Well this was expected.http://www.ndtv.com/india-news/church-e ... topstories Conversions IMO take place because Christ is the light of the world
yuva =youth vani= voice


MAHARAJGANJ: A church event in Uttar Pradesh's Maharajganj district was stopped by the police on Friday after the right-wing group Hindu Yuva Vahini alleged that religious conversion was being carried out. The event was being attended by over 150 people, including 10 American tourists.

The youth brigade, set up in 2002 by Yogi Adityanath who is now Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister, filed a complaint against Yohannan Adam, the pastor of the church, accusing him of converting Hindus to Christianity, a charge the pastor denied.

Police officer Anand Kumar Gupta said no prior permission was taken for the meeting, which was held ahead of Good Friday.

"We stopped the prayer meeting after a complaint was registered. A probe is underway and appropriate action will be taken if the charges are found to be correct," he said.

The incident took place in Dathauli in the district in eastern Uttar Pradesh. It borders Gorakhpur, the Lok Sabha constituency represented five times by Yogi Adityanath before he took over as the chief minister of Uttar Pradesh.

Mr Gupta said mass was held there quite often but as this time foreigners were involved, the Hindu Yuva Vahini suspected that conversion was taking place.


The US tourists, including a few women, were released after the police checked their travel documents.

"The presence of US nationals indicates that innocent and illiterate Hindus were being converted by missionaries who lured them with money to change their religion," alleged Hindu Yuva Vahini leader Krishna Nandan, who surrounded the church with his supporters yesterday afternoon.

They dispersed after police promised a probe and adequate action even as the church authorities dismissed allegations of conversion.

"The charges are absolutely baseless. The people were attending a prayer meeting voluntarily. We prayed. Nothing else was done," pastor Adam said.

The Hindu right wing has been at loggerheads with Christian missionaries, accusing them of converting people through coercion
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