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I was a part of a campus organization and we had a slack group chat. On the main channel someone posted that the Ram Janmabhoomi Bhumi Pujan was a ‘gross display of Hindu supremacy’ and that it should be condemned (even though the student organization has absolutely nothing to do with politics or religion)
I replied with a rebuttal, sharing my perspective. Since that incident, I started speaking out more about Hindu persecution. However, when I try to explain the ongoing Hindu genocide just by stating facts, they call me ‘Racist’, ‘Islamophobic’ and ‘Biased’.