5 November, 2022 | Pravina Srivastava
In this article, we will discuss our findings of false narrative to target Hindus in the UK.
This is the most shocking finding from the Leicester Violence Report by the Henry Jackson Society. NewsX reveals men who directed Muslims in Leicester to attack Hindus. However, they have denied any ties to Pakistan, the dark west, or terrorist organizations.
The HJS claims that false accusations have increased the danger of violence, vandalism, and hatred towards the larger Hindu population in the UK. According to its report, “Hindutva” and the creation of a false narrative was made public in London on Monday night.
Suspect Norman Khan, who is associated with the D-company, Majid Freeman Mohammed Hijab, a Twitter user who frequently supports the Taliban and Anjem Choudhary, a hate preacher.
NewsX seeks to know what the UK government will do to take action against them. The most astonishing thing about these people is that for the longest time, they were the main sources for the UK media.
In this article, we will discuss our findings of this false narrative to target Hindus in the UK.
Finding 1: Call for Muslims in Leicester to discontinue the observance of the Hindu festivals.
Finding 2: Posts were shared with bias towards Hindu holidays.
Finding 3: Call for protesting the obstruction of highways during Hindu festivals.
Finding 4: Referring to a gang of men from Diu Daman as “RSS terrorists”
Finding 5: Call to mobilise both Muslims and Hindus.
Finding 6: Call to transport more “pakis” from outside Leicester.
Finding 7: Posts asking for carpools to go into Leicester from foreigners.
Finding 8: Several blogs that provide false information to upset Muslims.
Finding 9: Misinformation led to attack on Hindu businesses.
Finding 10: Misinformation ld to attack on a Hindu man’s car.
Finding 11: Full account of Hindu men labelled as ‘RSS terrorists’
“At that time, the majority of my acquaintances lived outside the city, just like they did in the town; some stayed in hotels, some at their places of employment, and others, like myself, lived at friends’ homes. I was staying at a friend’s place since the situation was too dire for me to return home. I had about 30 people who spent three days in various homes. There were some friends who preferred to sleep in their cars, some who slept in hotels, and yet others who stayed at their places of employment.”
Finding 12: Many residents in Leicester have removed their Hindu symbols.
Following this, NewsX also analyzed the conclusion and motive behind such hatred and narratives.
Violence was caused for prejudice between the Hindu and Muslim communities. However, the unrest is wrongly blamed on “RSS terrorists” and organized extremist groups.
Dawood Ibrahim was lauded by one of the organizers of the pro march in Leicester. Meanwhile, some of the social media influencers that promoted myths about Hindu radicalism include former terrorists. Influencers who promoted myths about Hindu fanaticism also prayed to the Taliban. The men who are suspected of being RSS terrorists have no connections to or knowledge of RSS.
The methods used included projections and the misleading assertion that a bus operated by the BJP existed. Attempts were made to get mainstream media to publish their story, working together with political figures to sway public opinion and affect policy.
The threat to the security of the Hindu community and its temples was caused by the spread of accusations. Leicester and Islamist influences served as a source of information for UK media.
The occurrences’ correct and nuanced interpretation was overlooked by the UK media. Majid Freeman is frequently given a forum to share his extreme opinions.
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