RSS-inspired Hindus may bring Leicester tension to GCC countries, warns Arab journalist

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A peaceful protest demonstration was held in Leicester, the United Kingdom, on Sunday against the growing attacks by Hindu fanatics on innocent Muslims with a renowned Arab journalist taking to the twitter to warn that thousands of Hindus inspired by RSS ideology may bring the tension to the host Gulf Cooperation Council countries.

The Muslims from all regions including those belonging to Pakistani and Kashmiri community participated in the demonstration organized by the Muslim members of the city at Belgrave Road.

Earlier, hundreds of Hindus assaulted the Muslims on the city streets after Asia Cup India-Pakistan cricket match in Dubai on August 28. The armed Hindus attacked Muslims and their residences in the vicinity.

The anti-Muslim violence forced the community to hold a protest demonstration in the city against the Hindu assaults on Sunday.

A renowned Arab journalist, Abdullah Al Imadi wrote on twitter: “Hindu-Muslim tension in Leicester might happen in any city they live together. Can it be considered as an early warning for GCC countries, which host hundreds of thousands of Hindu workers, as there may be thousands of them influenced by RSS thoughts?”—Reuters

 

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