Muslims are being killed again in India

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Muslims are being killed again in India. The houses of Muslims are being set on fire. The mosque is being vandalized and burnt. On Friday, the administration is restricting the performance of the holy Friday prayers at the designated place. The Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him), the best man of all time, is being ridiculed with various extremist slogans. And all this is happening in front of the administration itself.
However, a few days ago, when Hindus were persecuted in Bangladesh for blasphemy against the Qur’an, a number of Indian ministers threatened to deploy their forces inside Bangladesh to control the situation. Many Rathi Maharathis of the two countries erupted in protest and mocked the Muslims and preached the message of humanity. Today those ministers and Rathi Maharathis are completely silent on the killing of Muslims in India.
This is what happened in Bangladesh a few days ago. A well-known science fiction writer from this country got out of the hole and wrote a column for the welfare of humanity. But today, when Muslims are being persecuted in India, he has fallen asleep again, saying that it is an internal matter of India. Maybe one day you will peek out of the hole and write a column on humanity again.
India, which cannot maintain the harmony of its own country, again threatened to send troops to maintain the harmony of Bangladesh. The thing is that if you kill your wife, the future of the house next door will be clean.
In this way, communal harmony can never be maintained in any country. The biggest reason for the loss of communal harmony is the internal affairs of Muslims and the people who seek communal harmony in the case of others. These are threats to the country and society. As long as they are in this world, there will be no communal harmony in the world. Such character of theirs is the real cause of communal riots.
Let communal harmony be created in all corners of the world. We want every human being to live happily in peace.

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