Canning Riots 2013: Persecution of Hindus In West Bengal

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By • on February 24, 2013
A Pogrom of Yesteryear – A depiction of Hep-Hep Riots, Frankfurt, 1819
A Pogrom of Yesteryear – A depiction of Hep-Hep Riots, Frankfurt, 1819

The Canning Riots took place in Canning in the Indian State of West Bengal on 21 February 2013. (1) It is clear from the reports that the motivation for what was effectively a kind of pogrom was religious intolerance.  The reports create a similar picture to the Hepp-Hepp Riots (2) against Jews in Frankfurt in 1819 that is depicted in the picture above.  An article on the website of Organiser (3) a well-established newspaper opens as follows in relation to the events in Canning:

“A well organised and meticulously planned attack on Hindus unleashed havoc in different parts of Naliakhari area under Canning PS in the South 24 Paraganas district of West Bengal on 19/02/13.”

It went on to suggest a definite religious motivation for the acts of violence and disorder that took place.  The article goes on to report about the looting, the arson, the wilful destruction of property, and the desecration of temples and religious idols.  It referred to inaction on the part of police who were on the scene and the silence of much of the established media.  The reaction of the authorities and the press shows much similarity to what often happens in Western countries.  Read the Organiser article HERE.

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One Response to Canning Riots 2013: Persecution of Hindus In West Bengal

  1. Richard says:

    This is typical actions of Moslems.

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