FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Hindu Human Right Watch (HHRW) always available to engage/speak to your group or on your program regarding current events and/or other issues relating to Persecutions of Sanatani/Hindus.
Q: What are persecutions?
HHRW: A program or campaign to exterminate, drive away, or subjugate people based on their membership in a religious, ethnic, social, cultural or racial group.
The act of Persecution: Act of Persecution is the systematic mistreatment of an individual or group by another individual or group.
The most common forms are religious persecution, racism and political persecution, though there is naturally some overlap between these terms.
(As per dictionary and UN adopted resolution)
Q: What is Hindu Human Right?
HHRW: Whatever Human Rights are prescribed by UN charter for the world citizen. Sanatani/Hindu are also entitled for the same. And must be allowed to exercise it without fear.
Q: Why should I believe what you say about Sanatani/Hindus Persecutions?
HHRW: We build our data and stories on the basis of persecutions reported in various media, or to HHRW platform, verify them by taking the account of persecuted person.
We examine every reported incident on the merit of religious/ cultural/ racial/phobia persecutions from multiple sources, if it qualifies for the category of persecutions, we take it into the list.
Incidents are in public domain and any one can verify the same and challenge it. We are open to discuss and rectify, if any misreporting is brought into our notice by audience.
Q: What is HHRW?
HHRW: Hindu Human Right Watch is a non-profit platform based in Delhi NCR, India. Focused on data gathering/documentation and report the persecution of Sanatani/Hindu from across the world.
Run by a team of volunteers consist of awaken Sanatani ex secular/liberal from various fields.
It strives to facilitate the deeper research and studies of the persecution pattern of Sanatani/Hindus applying the new technology.
Hindu Human Right Reports are verifiable facts-based reports compiled by volunteers who are experts of their field.
Purpose of this platform is to disseminates its data & research findings in a simpler form, through books, videos and public events to create awareness among masses regarding persecution of Sanatani/Hindus across the world.
Q: Why are HHRW doing this?
HHRW: We are doing this to allow the voice of persecuted to reached to the world and stop these persecutions.
- To give voice and dedicated platform to the victim of persecutions
- To stop persecutions of Sanatani/Hindus across the world.
- To bring awareness among masses about the persecutions of Sanatani/Hindus.
- To generate conversation on the persecutions of Sanatani/Hindus on the basis of facts and data.
- To draw attention of all legal, social, political, academics, think tank, media institutions including united nations.
Persecutions against Sanatani/Hindus are largely ignored by the whole segment of society like media, academics, civil societies, administrative institutions, constitutional institutions, legal institutions etc.
Non-availability of concentrated data and reports are making the situation even worse for the persecuted Sanatani/Hindus.
There is a need to have a formal framework to recognize the different kinds of persecutions happening against Sanatani/Hindus, in different geographical areas. and disseminate the persecutions data and stories across the world.
These data and reports generated by Hindu Human Right Watch (HHRW) will become the voice of Persecuted Sanatani/Hindus and the world will have to listen and take steps to stop persecution against them.
Q: How to support HHRW?
HHRW: Intellectual/ Professional contribution
- Writing reports
- Tabulation of data
- Making data sensible
- Writing papers on the basis of data
- Deriving inferences from gathered data
- Consulting on how to make it better.
- Promotions of Platform/Reports
- Finding easy way to collect persecution incident data
- Making it available in various languages
- Sending reports from the ground
If you think this is a good effort to fight/stop persecution of Sanatani/Hindus and it must continue with full energy you may donate.
Q: What is Sanatani/Hindus Persecutions?
HHRW: When Sanatani/Hindus are being persecuted on the basis of their religion/faith/culture/dress etc. is qualify for Persecution of Sanatani/Hindus.
In Islamic State of Pakistan Every day, average 3 girls of Sanatani/Hindu/Sikh community, mainly under 15 years of age are being abducted, put under forced conversion to Islam and married off. It is being done just because she belongs to Hindu/Sikh community.
In western world, recently we saw in Oxford University a Sanatani/Hindu girl Rashmi Samant got persecuted by entire western Hindu phobic community, just because Rashmi Samant was a Hindu Girl.
Q: Why we need to make it a strong voice?
HHRW: As a human being and as a Sanatani/Hindus it is our duty to stand up against any injustice is done towards Sanatani/Hindus.
Persecutions of Sanatani/Hindus are happening for centuries but there is no formal voice and platforms available to amplify the pain of the persecuted Hindu communities.
The lack of voice also becomes hurdles in the way of finding solutions. Thus, we need a very strong voice to raise the issue on world platform, so that we can look for a solution and stop the persecutions of Hindu communities.
Q: Is Sanatani/Hindus is a minority community in the world?
HHRW: On the world map in terms of numbers there are three top religious communities Christians, Muslims, Sanatani/Hindus.
AS Per Wikipedia numbers are as follows
Christianity: 2.382 billion, 31.11%
Islam: 1.907 billion, 24.9%
Hinduism: 1.161 billion, 15.16%
You can see as per the data given here Hindus are clear minority in the world. Moreover, there are many countries who are Christian and Islamic countries working for the development, protection, security, moral and financial support to their respective religious communities.
But Sanatani/Hindu have no country to protect their life/human right from persecutions.
India is a democratic country where a bigger number of Hindus live.
But as per Indian constitution Hindus of India cannot teach and promote their religion in their education institutions, whereas Christian and Muslims can.
Sanatani/Hindu are real minorities in the world and second class citizen in India.