realise it or not, like it or not, India, your only homeland, is slipping out of
your hands and is being handed over to Islam on a platter by the 'secular'
nobility of India. This is the stark reality which you can ignore, at your own
innumerable forces, vicious and violent, both inside and 'outside the country,
which have one single aim in view which is to destroy Hinduism totally and
comprehensively and convert India into Dar-ul-Islam.
have already recorded many notable victories in the past. The universal
destruction of Hinduism in Pakistan, Bangladesh and Kashmir Valley give
sufficient and unmistakable evidence of the shape of things to come.
ignorance of the nature of these forces, your complacency, your misplaced faith
in non-existent goodness of others and your so-called liberalism and
'secularism' will all contribute to your ultimate and inevitable destruction.
The history of
the last 1400 years of India is the history of Hindu-Muslim conflicts,
victories and defeats, suppression, genocide and discrimination of the Hindus
through Quranic injuctions
and Shariah laws during Muslim, British and Congress
rule and policies as per their political designs. Through
out this period, the Muslims had their single point agenda of Islamising
India not only during the Islamic rule but also in British and Congress rule.
They are still actively working on this unfinished agenda as evident from the
statements of Muslim leaders of pre-and post- Independent India. (P. Goradia and K.R. Phanda, Muslim League's
Unfinished Agenda, and Anti-Hindus).
can broadly be divided in four parts as : (i) Unsuccessful
Islamic invasibns (636-712 AD, (ii) Islamic rule
(712-1757); (iii) British
rule (1757-1947) and (iv) Mostly
Congress rule (1947-2009) period.
periods, the Hindus suffered the onslaughts of Islam since its initial periods upto this day in different
ways. A large number of Indian. as
well as Muslim historians, poets, saints, writers, politicians, social and
religious workers have expressed their views on various aspects of Islam, and
its impact on the social, religious and political condition of the Hindus.
Since Islam is a religious as well as a political movement, the behaviour and
policies of the Muslim rulers during such a long period, and. experiences of
these writers are of great significance and value even today for the
development of comprehensive and meaningful policies for the destiny of the
attempt has been made in this book to compile and highlight the views of some
eminent Indians of these periods oh Islam.
the Hindus during the Islamic
suffered immensely during the Islamic rule which was guided by Quran and Shariah. Barbarity and oppression was the rule of law. All
sorts of tortures and indignities were inflicted on the Hindus. Arson, loot,
murder and plunder were routine affairs adopted by Muslim orders. Bloodshed,
cruelties and forcible conversions were their modes
operandi. Molestation of the Hindu women and their
forcible marriage to Muslims was a common affair. Hindu men, women and children
were enslaved on a mass scale and sold like commodities in different countries.
Death and destruction of the Hindus was their sole mantra.
During this period,
thousands of Hindu temples, were desecrated and razed to the ground, and in
their places mosques, Dargah
and Khanqahs of Sufis were built from the debris of
the temples. Big libraries containing thousands of ancient and valuable books,
Hindu scriptures and study materials were burnt. Their sole aim was the
genocide of Hindus annihilation of their ancient culture and heritage as a
whole and spread of Islam throughout the length and breadth of India.
of these genocides can be seen in the works of Historians such as H.M. Elliot
and J. Dowson, K.A. Nizami, R.C. Majumdar,
Baladhuri, J.N. Sarkar,
S.R. Goel, Ram Gopal Mishra, P. Goradia,
K.R. Phanda, Dr. K.S. Lal and others. However, a glimpse
of these tortures and cruelties can be seen here in the quotes of saints of
that period as Guru Nanak Dev (1469-1539) and Samarth Guru Ram Das (1608-1680)
etc., who witnessed these barbarious acts and
happenings with their own eyes.
Amongst the innumberable examples of tortures and cruelties stark
examples of is the matryrdom of Guru Arjun Deva (1611) and Guru Tegh Bahadur (1675) and brutal
killings of his three disciples would be sufficient here.
Guru Nanak Dev (1469-1539)A.D.
Guru Samarth Ram Das (1608-1680)
Raja Ram Mohan Roy (1772-1833)
Mrs. Annie Sesant
Chandra Pal (1858-1932)
Nath Tagore (1861-1941)
Lajpat Rai (1865-1928)
Nath Sarkar (1870-1958)
Sri Aurobindo (1872-1950)
Chandra Chattopadhyaya (1876-1938)
Dr. Baba Saheb Shim Rao Ambedkar (1891-1956)
Chandra Chaudhri (1897-1999)
Rao Sadashiva Rao Golwalkar
Saran Lal (1920-2002)
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