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Slide mob lynchings INDIA HUMAN RIGHTS MONITOR Hindu procession chants slogans associated with mob lynchings outside Rajasthan mosque In Bikaner, Rajasthan, Hindu extremists chanted the warcry “Jai Sri Ram” - a slogan commonly associated with mob lynchings and other anti-Muslim violence - in front of a mosque as part of a Hindu religious procession.
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Slide Modi PRESS RELEASE Indian Americans warn that Hinduphobia resolution, linked with Hindu far-right groups, will be weaponized against critics While the celebration of Hindu heritage and contributions to society are welcome, Indian American activists have long warned that accusations of ‘Hinduphobia’ have been used to harass, intimidate, smear, and otherwise cause harm to anyone who criticizes Hindutva’s fascist ideals, the discriminatory policies of India’s far-right government, and dangerous expansion and activities of US-based Hindu far-right groups. Read More keyboard_arrow_left keyboard_arrow_right Slide election rallies INDIA HUMAN RIGHTS MONITOR BJP leaders deliver anti-Muslim hate speeches at election rallies in Gujarat, Uttarakhand Far-right Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader Shashikant Pandya made anti-Muslim remarks at an election rally in Deesa, Gujarat.

"This is Hindustan and not Pakistan. Hindustan is for Hindus and Pakistan is for Muslims, there is nothing wrong with that. Hindus need to wake up, if we don't we won't have our country tomorrow. For the safety of Hindu sisters and daughters, vote for BJP,” he said.
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Slide 1 IAMC Annual Report 2024 IAMC Report IAMC Annual Report on Human Rights and Religious Freedom in India (2024) IAMC’s annual report summarizes comprehensive contemporary research into the nexus between state policy and looming genocidal violence in India, with the aim of helping policymakers make informed foreign policy decisions regarding human rights in India. Read More keyboard_arrow_left keyboard_arrow_right Slide OP-ED Why India’s Anti-Muslim citizenship Law is so Dangerous The CAA was passed in 2019, stalled by the COVID-19 pandemic, and is now finally rearing its head again with its jaws unhinged. In March - on the first day of Ramadan - Prime Minister Modi’s government announced rules for the CAA’s implementation, to the delight of its Hindu nationalist base and to the dismay of India’s allies, human rights groups and international authorities. Read More keyboard_arrow_left keyboard_arrow_right Slide IAMC Interviews INTERVIEW THIS IS HELL: Hindu Supremacism in India and the United States / Safa Ahmed Indian American Muslim Council's Safa Ahmed on her Jacobin Magazine article, "The US Hindu Right Is Still Whitewashing the Gujarat Pogrom." "Rotten History" follows the interview. Read More keyboard_arrow_left keyboard_arrow_right


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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.

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