Caravan magazine’s naked Hinduphobia : Calls Yogi Adityanath ‘Priest of violence’

The Caravan magazine has uploaded another Hinduphobic article named ‘Adityanath’s reign of terror’ and referred to UP Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath as the ‘Priest of violence’. Many devout Hindus and nationalist took to Twitter to protest against Caravan Magazine and ‘Caravan’ became one of the top 15 national trends on Twitter in India.

Here are some of the tweets from the trend :

Read : Sarita, Caravan, Champak and the Delhi Press: A tighly controlled wide net that peddles Hinduphobia and propaganda

Caravan Magazine was the first offering of the Delhi Press and was launched in 1940. The editors of The Caravan are leftists, specializing in anti-Hinduism. Not just the editors, but the writers that grace the space of the magazine are also anti-Hindus, suffering from acute Hinduphobia. Apart from the editors, some of the most prominent names that write for the magazine are: Ramachandra Guha, Pankaj Mishra, William Dalrymple, Basharat Peer, Praful Bidwai, Girish Karnad, and Ananya Vajpayee. All are well-known Hindu baiters. The current day Caravan is a testament to how low Delhi Press has truly fallen in their quest of malign Hindus.

The Caravan excels in Islamophilia. While it bashes each and every aspect of Hinduism, Hindu culture and society, it excuses the worst of the Islamic crimes and even manages to glorify them as ‘humanitarian initiatives’. Ferzina Banaji in her December 2010 article declares burqa as a secular revolutionary symbol! In a November 2014 article, madrassa education is justified on the basis that they linguistically empower the students.

On every single issue significant from the socio-cultural, political and religious point of view, The Caravan is a Hinduphobic magazine.

Read : Intellectual terrorism : A wide net that peddles Anti-India propaganda and Hinduphobia !

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