No Need To Wait For A Muslim Majority For The Caliphate
February 16, 2012
By Janet Levy
Yesterday, the leader of Hindu Solidarity, Tapan Kumar Ghosh, was arrested for holding a rally to demand an end to Muslim appeasement and Islamic insurgency in the Indian state of West Bengal (75% Hindu, 25% Muslim). Hindu Solidarity is a pro-Hindu organization that works for the prevention of the persecution of Hindus and educates the public about past ethnic cleansing, numbering in the tens of millions.
On February 14th, the organization celebrated the day of its founding with a peaceful demonstration of 30,000 Hindus in Kolkata, West Bengal to highlight the atrocities committed by Muslims against Hindus in West Bengal, Bangladesh and Kashmir.
The local police tried to stop the rally but were unsuccessful. Hindu activists fear that the incident will not be covered by the media. During the 2010 Deganga riots, Muslims, led by a Muslim MP, descended on Hindu homes and temples and set fires, ransacked, looted, and destroyed property. Of course, the press did not report this horrific attack.Today, an Islamist organization will wage a protest in Kolkata to demand the banning of Hindu Solidarity.
As Mark Steyn wrote in America Alone (his latest book is After America), 'a majority is not necessary for massive change. All that is required is a dominant minority.'