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Slide 1 Persecution of Religious Minorities IAMC Report Report: Persecution of Religious Minorities in India (Jan-Mar 2023) Indian American Muslim Council (IAMC)'s first quarterly report titled "Persecution of Religious Minorities in India" highlights the alarming rise of atrocities faced by minorities in different Indian states. The report documents violence, hate speech, and other forms of systematic marginalization from January to March 2023, and also includes a comprehensive set of recommendations aimed at addressing the root causes of religious persecution, fostering international dialogue to address the pressing issue at hand, and promoting a more inclusive and tolerant society. Read More keyboard_arrow_left keyboard_arrow_right Slide 1 PRESS RELEASE Indian Americans Disappointed at Rep. Ro Khanna's Request to Invite Modi to Address Congress Indian American Muslim Council (IAMC) has expressed disappointment at Congressman Ro Khanna’s recent letter requesting that House Speaker Kevin McCarthy invite Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi to deliver a joint address to Congress. The opportunity to speak before Congress will help to legitimize Modi’s brand of Hindu nationalist politics and the systematic persecution of religious minorities, particularly Muslims and Christians, under his rule. Read More keyboard_arrow_left keyboard_arrow_right Slide Muslim INDIA GENOCIDE NEWS Hindu Militants Sentenced to 7 Years in Prison for Lynching a Muslim Farmer Four men accused of killing Muslim farmer Rakbar Khan were sentenced to 7 years in prison this week. Khan was transporting cattle when he was surrounded by five men and beaten to death in an act of cow vigilantism. The fifth accused party, Nawal Kishore, a local leader of the violent Hindu supremacist organization Vishwa Hindu Parishad, was acquitted on grounds of insufficient evidence. Kishore’s release is part of a broader pattern of absolving political officials accused of anti-minority violence. Read More keyboard_arrow_left keyboard_arrow_right Slide Hindu mob INDIA GENOCIDE NEWS BJP councilor part of Hindu mob attack on pregnant Muslim woman, family members A councilor from the Hindu supremacist Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) was one of 11 Hindu extremists named in a police report for violently assaulting a pregnant Muslim woman, her mother, and her brother in Telangana state.

In a disturbing video of the incident, a mob of saffron-clad Hindu extremists can be seen assaulting the man, Imran, and forcefully stripping him after knocking him down. His mother and sister can be seen attempting to save him, receiving blows from the Hindu extremists as well.
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Slide STATEMENT U.S. Officials condemn Biden administration’s dangerous silence in face of Modi Regime’s persecution of minorities U.S. officials gathered on capitol hill Tuesday to attend a congressional briefing on the Prime Minister Narendra Modi regime’s persecution of religious minorities. Talks also focused on the State Department’s refusal to implement the United States Commission on International Freedom’s (USCIRF) recommendation that India be designated a Country of Particular Concern (CPC), the commission’s highest warning against states which persecute religious minorities. Read More keyboard_arrow_left keyboard_arrow_right Slide IMPORTANT STORIES Interview: Tabassum Shaik on how she overcame hijab row to become 2023 Karnataka 2nd PUC topper Karnataka’s 2nd PUC results were declared on Friday, 21 April, and 18-year-old Tabassum Shaik emerged as the topper with 593 for 600 marks, scoring 98.83 percent.

Tabassum, in a candid chat with South First, recalled the effects of the hijab ban controversy and the methods she followed to achieve results.
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IAMC is the largest US-based advocacy organization of Indian American Muslims. It was registered in Washington, D.C. in 2002 as a tax-exempt non-profit. It has chapters across the country with thousands of members.

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Pluralism, Tolerance and Respect

To promote the common values of pluralism, tolerance, and respect for human rights that form the basis of the world’s two largest secular democracies – the United States and India.

Interfaith and Inter-community Understanding

To work towards increasing inter-faith and inter-community understanding in the United States, with particular focus on the Indian Diaspora with a view to safeguard individuals and societal institutions from infiltration by divisive and hate-filled ideologies.

Education and Awareness

To provide a platform for increasing education and awareness about issues of interest to the Indian community in the United States.

Alliances and Relationships

To build alliances and relationships with all individuals and groups who share our basic values, in order to work together for achieving the above objectives.

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