Anti-Christian persecution is growing rapidly in India, and due to our work in Rescuing Christians in Pakistan and India from the infamous brick kilns, we are following the situation closely. Pakistan is infamous for its “blasphemy laws” that result in Christians being imprisoned, tortured, and murdered for their faith. However, India is following in Pakistan’s ways with its own version of blasphemy laws, except this time instead of coming at the hands of Islamic terrorists, it is coming at the hands of India’s Hindu “saffron terrorists.”

“Saffron terrorist” comes from the saffron-colored robes that are worn by supporters of “Hindutva,” or the idea of creating a racially and religiously “pure” India by murdering all non-Hindus and European people or their descendants in India. If it sounds like  Hindu form of National Socialism, it is because that is what it is.

This comes in the form of a law that was just passed in the Indian state of Jharkhand at the insistence of Hindu terrorists that will jail people for “converting” people to a different religion by “fraudulent means” according to a recent report:

The Indian state of Jharkhand reportedly passed on Saturday a controversial anti-conversion bill, which pastors and persecution watchdog groups say aims to stop Christian witness and “ruin the lives of people.”

“The anti-conversion law will ruin the lives and the witness of the church,” an anonymous local pastor in Ranchi told International Christian Concern.

“The BJP, having the power both at the national level and the state, wants to implement its Hindutva ideology. This bill will further divide the people of Jharkhand, particularly divide the tribal people who lived in unity for ages,” he added, referring to the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party.

The Jharkhand Freedom of Religion Bill-2017, as the legislation is called, bans people from attempting to convert others “by use of force or by allurement or by any fraudulent means,” with punishments including up to three years in prison.

The bill is not yet law, and requires the signature of the governor and the president.

The Indian state of Jharkhand reportedly passed on Saturday a controversial anti-conversion bill, which pastors and persecution watchdog groups say aims to stop Christian witness and “ruin the lives of people.”

“The anti-conversion law will ruin the lives and the witness of the church,” an anonymous local pastor in Ranchi told International Christian Concern.

“The BJP, having the power both at the national level and the state, wants to implement its Hindutva ideology. This bill will further divide the people of Jharkhand, particularly divide the tribal people who lived in unity for ages,” he added, referring to the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party.

The Jharkhand Freedom of Religion Bill-2017, as the legislation is called, bans people from attempting to convert others “by use of force or by allurement or by any fraudulent means,” with punishments including up to three years in prison.

The bill is not yet law, and requires the signature of the governor and the president. (source)

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