Of course, the nakedly supremacist HAF counts only Hindus as “Indian Americans”, excluding Indian-origin Dalits, Muslims, Christians and Sikhs who fully reject the rightwing extremism of HAF’s ideological master, the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS), India’s own Ku Klux Klan. Without evidence, the HAF article targets many American Muslim organizations, deploying falsehood and dishonest tropes.
The article says Congresswoman Rashida Tlaib’s Resolution on Kashmir in the US House of Representatives did not get any sponsors, but fails to mention that another resolution on Kashmir brought by Democratic Congresswoman Pramila Jayapal (Washington) had received over 60 signatures before the pandemic set in.
The article claims several Hindu Members of Congress and other politicians were supposedly being targeted for being aligned with the RSS. But it fails to mention that two Indian American Hindu-origin Members of Congress — Jayapal and Ro Khanna (Democrat of California) — have come out very strongly against Hindutva, the ideology of Hindu extremism. Jayapal has also strongly criticized Mr. Modi’s anti-Muslim law, the Citizenship (Amendment) Act, and the National Register of Citizens (NRC), a national headcount that is widely discredited as an attempt to rob Indian Muslims of citizenship.