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Peace Is Doable-Reality of Bajrang Dal , VHP , BJP ??-Chitpavan
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Peace Is Doable

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Reality of Bajrang Dal , VHP , BJP ??

Better check the reality and your eyes will open ! VHP , Bajrang Dal ,
RSS fully support BJP . and all top three Muslim leaders of BJP have
Hindu ladies as wives……

Sikander Bakht

Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi

Shahnawaz Hussain

All three of them trapped Hindu Girls and married them and converted to
Islam. and same is the condition of Indian Film Industry “Bollywood” .
Every Khan Actor has links with Jehadis and Dawood Mafia Syndicate and
all of them have married to Hindu Girl and converted to Islam…….

Shahrukh Khan —–wife Gauri

Nawab Ali Khan Pataudi —Sharmila Tagore

Arbaaz Khan —Malaika Arora

Saif Ali Khan —–Amrita Singh

Amir Khan –First wife Reena and Second wife — Kiran Rao

Santoor Maestro Amjad Ali Khan’s wife is also Hindu

India’s most wanted Anchor Mohamad Suhaib ilyasi married to a Hindu
Girl Anju Singh , converted her to Islam , took all her property and
murdered her……..He was arrested and was in Jail but now released
becasue his father Mohamad ilyasi is president of All India Islamic Imam
Organisation.

Former Indian Cricket Captian : Mohamad Azharudeen wife is also Hindu Sangeeta Bijlaani..

and there are thousands of examples…….of Top and Educated Muslims also married Hindu Girls and converted to Islam………

Check the family members of L.K.Advani and Bal Thakrey …….near
relative girls of their family also eloped with muslims and later
converted to Islam………Top people in RSS know it . But they have no
guts to speak against this exploitation.

Chitpavan

These Chitpavans felt out of place with the Indian social reform
movement of Phule and the mass politics of Gandhi. Large numbers of the
community looked to Savarkar, the Hindu Mahasabha and finally the RSS.
Gandhi’s assassins, Narayan Apte and Nathuram Godse, drew their
inspiration from fringe groups in this reactionary trend.

The Bene Israel claim that Chitpavans are also of Jewish origin.

Chitpavan immigrants began arriving en masse from the Konkan to Pune
where the Peshwa offered all important offices to his fellow castemen.
The Chitpavan kin were rewarded with tax relief and grants of land.
Historians cite nepotism and corruption as causes of the fall of the
Maratha Empire in 1818. Richard Maxwell Eaton states that this rise of
the Chitpavans is a classic example of social rank rising with political
fortune.The haughty behaviour by the upstart Chitpavans caused
conflicts with other communities which manifested itself as late as in
1948 in the form of anti-Brahminism after the killing of Mahatma Gandhi
by Nathuram Godse, a Chitpavan.Inline image

Nathuram Godse

The Peshwa rule forced untouchability treatment on the Mahars. As a
result Mahars served in the armies of the East India company On 1
January 1818 in the Battle of Koregaon between forces of the East India
Company and the Peshwa, Mahars soldiers formed the biggest contingent of
the Company force. The battle effectively ended Peshwa rule.

Battle of KoregaonBattle of Koregaon

Part of Third Anglo-Maratha War

Bhima Koregaon Victory Pillar.jpg



A 28,000-strong force led by Peshwa Baji Rao II whilst on their way to attack the company-held Pune, were unexpe…

Untouchability

The term is commonly associated with treatment of the Dalit communities, who are considered “polluting” among th…

Mahar

Role in Indian politics

After the fall of the Maratha Empire in 1818, the Chitpavans lost their
political dominance to the British. The British would not subsidize the
Chitpavans on the same scale that their caste-fellow, the Peshwas, had
done in the past. Pay and power was now significantly reduced. Poorer
Chitpavan students adapted and started learning English because of
better opportunities in the British administration.

Some of the
prominent figures in the Hindu reform movements of the 19th and 20th
centuries came from the Chitpavan Brahmin community. These included
Dhondo Keshav Karve, Justice Mahadev Govind Ranade,Vinayak Damodar
Savarkar Gopal Ganesh Agarkar,Vinoba Bhave.

Some of the strongest
resistance to change came from the very same community. The vanguard
and the old guard clashed many times. D. K. Karve was ostracised. Even
Tilak offered penance for breaking caste or religious rules. One was for
taking tea at Poona Christian mission in 1892 and the second was going
to England in 1919.
The Chitpavan community includes two major
politicians in the Gandhian tradition: Gopal Krishna Gokhale, whom
Gandhi acknowledged as a preceptor, and Vinoba Bhave, one of his
outstanding disciples. Gandhi describes Bhave as the “jewel of his
disciples”, and recognised Gokhale as his political guru. However,
strong opposition to Gandhi came from the Chitpavan community. Vinayak
Damodar Savarkar, the founder of the Hindu nationalist political
ideology Hindutva, was a Chitpavan Brahmin and several other Chitpavans
were among the first to embrace it because they thought it was a logical
extension of the legacy of the Peshwas and caste-fellow Tilak,.These
Chitpavans felt out of place with the Indian social reform movement of
Phule and the mass politics of Gandhi. Large numbers of the community
looked to Savarkar, the Hindu Mahasabha and finally the RSS. Gandhi’s
assassins, Narayan Apte and Nathuram Godse, drew their inspiration from
fringe groups in this reactionary trend.

Gopal Krishna Gokhale

Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh)

Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh
Logo of RSS.png

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A rare group photo of six initial swayamsevaks taken on the occasion of a RSS meeting held in 1939[30]

Narayan Apte

Narayan Dattatraya Apte (1911 – 15 November 1949) was an Indian activist and entrepreneur who was executed for h…

Akhil Bharatiya Hindu Mahasabhaalt

A group photo taken in Shimoga in 1944 when Vinayak Damodar Savarkar
(seated fourth from right, second row) came to address the State-level
Hindu Mahasabha conference. The late Bhoopalam Chandrashekariah,
president of the Hindu Mahasabha State unit, is seated to Savarkar’s
left.










The organisation was formed to protect the rights of the Hindu community in British India, after the formation o…


Hindutva

Many Indian social scientists[1] have described the Hindutva movement as fascist, adhering to the concept of hom…

Vinayak Damodar SavarkarVinayak Damodar Savarkar

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Savarkar’s revolutionary activities began while studying in India and England, where he was associated with the …


Gandhism

The term “Gandhism” also encompasses what Gandhi’s ideas, words and actions mean to people around the world, and…

Chitpavan

Chitpavan

Bene Israel

Bene Israel

In the early part of the twentieth century, many Bene Israel became active in the new film industry, as actresse…

Bene Israel
Not to be confused with Bani Isra’il or Beta Israel.
Bene Israel Beni-israel-india-2.jpg
Languages
Traditionally, Marathi; those in Israel, mostly Hebrew
English, Gujarati, Malayalam, Hindi[1]
Religion
Judaism
Related ethnic groups
Cochin Jews, Baghdadi Jews, Marathi people

The Bene Israel (”Sons of Israel”), formerly known in India as the
“Native Jew Caste”,[2] are a historic community of Jews in India. It has
been suggested[3] that it is made up of descendants of one of the
disputed Lost Tribes and ancestors who had settled there centuries ago.
In the 19th century, after the people were taught about normative
(Ashkenazi/Sephardi) Judaism, they tended to migrate from villages in
the Konkan area[4] to the nearby cities, primarily Mumbai,[3] but also
to Pune, Ahmedabad, and Kolkata, India; and Karachi, in today’s
Pakistan.[5] Many gained positions with the British colonial authority
of the period.

In the early part of the twentieth century, many
Bene Israel became active in the new film industry, as actresses and
actors, producers and directors. After India gained its independence in
1947, and Israel was established in 1948, most Bene Israel emigrated to
Israel, Canada and other Commonwealth countries and the United States.
History
Bene Israel teachers of the Free Church of Scotland’s Mission School and the Jewish English School in Bombay, 1856

Some historians have thought their ancestors may have belonged to one
of the Lost Tribes of Israel,[6] but the Bene Israel have never been
officially recognized by Jewish authorities as such. According to Bene
Israel tradition, their ancestors migrated to India after centuries of
travel through western Asia from Israel and gradually assimilated to the
people around them, while keeping some Jewish customs.[7] The medieval
Jewish philosopher Maimonides mentioned in a letter that there was a
Jewish community living in India: he may have been referring to the Bene
Israel.[8]

At a point in history which is uncertain, an Indian
Jew from Cochin named David Rahabi discovered the Bene Israel in their
villages and recognized their vestigial Jewish customs.[9] Rahabi taught
the people about normative Judaism. He trained some young men among
them to be the religious preceptors of the community.[10] Known as
Kajis, these men held a position that became hereditary, similar to the
Cohanim. They became recognized as judges and settlers of disputes
within the community.[11]

One Bene Israel tradition places
Rahabi’s arrival at around 1000 or 1400, although some historians
believe he was not active until the 18th century. They suggest that the
“David Rahabi” of Bene Israel folklore was a man named David Ezekiel
Rahabi, who lived from 1694 to 1772, and resided in Cochin, then the
center of the wealthy Malabar Jewish community.[12][13][14] Others
suggest that the reference is to David Baruch Rahabi, who arrived in
Bombay from Cochin in 1825.[15]

It is estimated that there were
6,000 Bene Israel in the 1830s; 10,000 at the turn of the 20th century;
and in 1948—their peak in India—they numbered 20,000.[16] Since that
time, most of the population have emigrated.

Under British
colonial rule, many Bene Israel rose to prominence in India[citation
needed]. They were less affected than other Indians by the racially
discriminatory policies of the British colonists, considered somewhat
outside the masses[citation needed].They gained higher, better paying
posts in the British Army when compared with their non-Jewish
neighbours.[7] Some of these enlistees with their families later joined
the British in the British Protectorate of Aden.[17] In the 19th
century, the Bene Israel did however meet with hostility from the newly
anglicized Baghdadi Jews who considered the Bene Israel to be
“Indian”.They also questioned the Jewishness of the community[18]

In the early twentieth century, numerous Bene Israel became leaders in
the new film industry in India. In addition, men worked as producers and
actors: Ezra Mir (alias Edwin Myers) (1903-1993) became the first chief
of India’s Film Division, and Solomon Moses was head of the Bombay Film
Lab Pvt Ltd from the 1940s to 1990s.[19] Ennoch Isaac Satamkar was a
film actor and assistant director to Mehboob Khan, a prominent director
of Hindi films.[20]

Given their success under the British
colonial government, many Bene Israel prepared to leave India at
independence in 1947. They believed that nationalism and the emphasis on
indigenous religions would mean fewer opportunities for them. Most
emigrated to Israel,[21] which was newly established in 1948 as a Jewish
homeland.[22][23]

Bene Israel

In the early part of the twentieth century, many Bene Israel became active in the new film industry, as actresse…


The
Chitpavan Brahmin or Kokanastha Brahmin (i.e., “Brahmins native to the
Konkan”) is a Hindu Brahmin community inhabiting Konkan, the coastal
region of the state of Maharashtra in India. The community came into
prominence during the 18th century when the heirs of Peshwa from the
Bhat family of Bal…
en.wikipedia.org






Swayamsevaks

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https://www.change.org/p/united-nations-list-rss-rashtriya-…

List RSS(Rowdy Rakshasasa Swayamsevak Sangh), VHP and Bajrang Dal India as Terrorist Organisations

Benny Stephan·
RSS and VHP are spreading communal violence and they force conversion in India.

Ashiq sajad·
These organisations have record of terrosing people with out any valid cause. They kill the people for no valid reasons.

https://www.change.org/p/united-nations-list-rss-rashtriya-…
RSS(Rowdy Rakshasasa Swayamsevak Sangh), VHP and Bajrang Dal India as
Terrorist OrganisationsBenny Stephan·RSS and VHP are spreading communal
violence and they force conversion in India.·Ashiq sajad·2 years
agoThese organisations have record of terrosing people with out any
valid cause. They kill the people for no valid reasons. Jay Mallick
started this petition to United NationsIts very important to stop these
organisations from terrorising minority community such as Muslims,
Christians etc to convert to Hinduism by force and allurement. Some of
the media excerpets are following as an evidence This is a serious
matter as allurement was given to poor [people] to get them converted,” S
leader Mayawati was quoted as saying by Times of India website. A
day after much publicised mass conversion, Muslim families have told
local media that they were tricked into conversion and did not speak
against the act “out of fear of violence”. NDTV reported that a
police complaint has been filed after a villager alleged that Muslims
from a slum in Agra, the city that houses the famous Taj Mahal, were
allured to convert. “We were told we will get a ration card, Aadhar
[ID] card, and that the police will not bother us. We are poor so what
do we do?” NDTV quoted one of the converts as saying. The latest
controversy comes as members of minority communities have come under
attack from far right groups. Last week, a federal minister was forced
to apologise for alleged hate speech. Christian leaders on Friday
accused Hindus in northern India’s Uttar Pradesh state of carrying out
forced conversions following media reports that 72 local Seventh Day
Adventist converted to Hinduism this week. Several Christian leaders
pointed the finger at the pro-Hindu group Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh
(RSS) of forcing the conversions and demanded the state government take
action. Media reports on Thursday said the 72 Christians from Asroi,
in Aligarh district, converted to Hinduism on Tuesday. They also said
they were originally Hindus who converted to Christianity in 1995.
“It is the right of an individual to convert to any religion of his
choice but such mass conversions imply political, social and physical
coercion and threat of violence,” John Dayal, member of the National
Integration Council, told ucanews.com.
News of the conversions prompted the Seventh Day Adventist pastor in
Asroi to lock the church out of fears that hardline Hindus might try
and seize the building. The pastor, Habil Gyan, said several Hindus held
a prayer ceremony outside the church shortly after the conversions.
The church is still in our possession. We have locked it,” Seventh Day
Adventists leader Pastor E Lakra, told ucanews.com in New Delhi. http://en.wikipedia.org/wi…/Anti-Christian_violence_in_India http://www.theguardian.com/…/dozens-muslims-killed-ethnic-v… http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2002_Gujarat_riots http://ibnlive.in.com/…/nda-government-un…/517407-3-242.html http://www.dnaindia.com/…/report-fir-against-rss-offshoot-o… http://mic.com/…/11-photos-of-anti-muslim-violence-that-hav… http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/…/articlesh…/45460388.cms
The conversion issue is already in focus in the state over the
alleged forced reconversion of about 100 people to Hinduism in Agra. An
FIR has been filed against an RSS wing behind the incident. - See more
at: http://indianexpress.com/…/tension-in-muzaffarnagar-over-…/…
is also a history of roiting casued by RSS , Bajrang Dal and allied
organisations killing minorities including Muslims, Christians etcThe
minorities places of worship are being attacked including Mosques and
Churches. This is the same organisation that demolished historic Babri
Masjid in 1992.There are increase of fear incidents since BJP came to
power in India as both RSS and Bajrang Dal are the idiological
overaching organisations of the BJP. This is a serious matter as
allurement was given to poor [people] to get them converted,” S leader
Mayawati was quoted as saying by Times of India website.

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