Christian families are enduring threat of constant attacks by Hindu radical terrorists.
Just like Roman Catholicism, Talmudic Judaism, communist atheism, and Islam, the religion of Hinduism may appear peaceful, but in reality is violent and bloody and murderous toward critics or those who believe differently.
According to Asia News, Rajesh Gupta, a Christian Pastor and his family were brutally attacked by radical Hindu nationalists with sharp weapons while Pastor Rajesh was reciting a prayer in the home of another believer.
A friend rescued Pastor Gupta and his family and drove them to the hospital, where his wife remains hospitalized with a fractured hand and leg. It was registered as the second attack against Christians in Faridabad this year.
On June 20, a group of Hindu fundamentalists attacked an educational center part of the Grace Assembly of God Church in Faridabad and placed a Hindu deity statue. Soon after, Bhatti, a protestant pastor, was ambushed, beaten, then fatally hit on the head by Hindu radicals with a sharp weapon.
The Christian community has called for justice over the murder of Bhatti and the rising violence against Christians. “It is a pity that a few days before Independence Day, Indian Christians are denied the freedom to pray and preach.” Sajan George, president of the Global Council of Indian Christians, told Asia News. “Not everyone enjoys the freedom of worship, even in the privacy of their homes. Not everyone enjoys the same privileges.”
“Freedom from fear of attacks by right-wing attacks and freedom from poverty is only for the majority; not all are equal in India,” George added.
Hinduism can be extremely violent and barbaric toward non-Hindus.
The Hindu scriptures condemn Buddhism and attack Buddhists. In Brahma Sutra 2.2.32, the Buddhist scriptures and Buddhism are strongly criticized and mocked.
The Hindu scriptures condemn Jainism and attack Jains. In Padma Purana II.38.25-30 and Padma Purana II.38.1-5a, Jainism is portrayed as sinful and heretical and apostate.
The Hindu scriptures promote violence against non-Hindus.
Rig Veda 9.13.9 ”May you (O love divine), the beholder of the path of enlightenment, purifying our mind and destroying the infidels who refuse to offer worship, come and stay in the prime position of the eternal sacrifice.”
Rig Veda 7.6.3 ”May the fire divine chase away those infidels, who do not perform worship and who are uncivil in speech. They are niggards, unbelievers, say no tribute to fire divine and offer no homage. The fire divine turns those godless people far away who institute no sacred ceremonies.”
Rig Veda 9.63.5 ‘‘Augmenting the strength of resplendent self, urging the waters and rejuvenating all noble acts and destroying the infidels.”
Rig Veda 1.121.13 “O glorious resplendent sun, may you stop your yellow horses, which drag the wheel of your chariot in the opposite direction,-the one of back-gear,-drive them away to the opposite bank of navigable rivers where the non-worshippers, the infidels, reside.”
Rig Veda 7.93.5 “When two large, mutually defiant hosts, emulous in corporal vigour, contest, may you destroy the godless in favour of the god fearing and in favour of the person who pours out devotional sentiments.”
Atharva Veda 12.3.43 “May Agni burn the God-denying demon: let no carnivorous. Pisicha drink here. We drive him off, we keep him at a distance. Adityas and Angirases pursue him!”
Rig Veda 8.45.23 “Let not the fools or those who mock, beguile you, when they seek your protection; may you not favour the unbelievers and godless.”
The apostle Paul (who is the apostle to Christians) tells Christians to follow after peace and live peacefully.
Romans 12:18 (KJV) – “If it be possible, as much as lieth in you, live peaceably with all men.”
Romans 14:19 (KJV) – “Let us therefore follow after the things which make for peace, and things wherewith one may edify another.”
2 Corinthians 13:11 (KJV) – “Finally, brethren, farewell. Be perfect, be of good comfort, be of one mind, live in peace; and the God of love and peace shall be with you.”
2 Timothy 2:22 (KJV) – “Flee also youthful lusts: but follow righteousness, faith, charity, peace, with them that call on the Lord out of a pure heart.”