I recommend Muslim holocaust in India ends: Emirati princess reacts to US panel report

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United Arab Emirates (UAE) princess Hend Faisal Al Qassemi has reactied to a US panel report on India that raised serious questions on religious freedom in the country.

While taking to her Twitter handle Qassemi said, “The world has taken notice of the Nazi doctrine crimes against Muslims and Christians in India. I recommend the violence #MuslimHolocaust ends now, as clearly there are consequences in the long run,”

Al Qassemi, publicly spoke out against Islamophobia, including the recently shaming of Indian expatriates working in the UAE for derogatory tweets against Muslims.
Earlier today, India was designated as a country of “Particular Concern” (CPC) in its annual report of 2020 by the USCIRF an independent, bipartisan US federal government commission.

The report says the country was “engaging in and tolerating systematic, ongoing and egregious religious freedom violations”.

The report says the country was “engaging in and tolerating systematic, ongoing and egregious religious freedom violations”.

USCIRF makes policy recommendations based on its review of global religious freedom to the US President, the Secretary of State and the US Congress.

The list includes 14 nations that have been flagged as “countries of particular concern”. These include nine countries that the State Department designated as CPCs last December — Myanmar, China, Eritrea, Iran, North Korea, Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, Tajikistan and Turkmenistan — as well as five others — India, Nigeria, Russia, Syria, and Vietnam.he US Commission on International Religious Freedom (USCIRF)

In scathing remarks, it added that the “national government allowed violence against minorities” and also “engaged in and tolerated hate speech and incitement to violence”.
The USCIRF has recommended that the US government impose targeted sanctions on “Indian government agencies and officials responsible for severe violations of religious freedom by freezing those individuals’ assets and/or barring their entry into the United States”.

While discussing India, USCIRF Chair Tony Perkins said, “We are seeing impunity for violence by non-state actors committed against religious minorities.”

Expressing deep disappointment, Vice-Chair Nadine Maenza said “perhaps the steepest and most alarming deterioration in religious freedom conditions was in India, the largest democracy in the world”.

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