OIC expresses concern over rising wave of Islamophobia in India

The Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) has expressed concern over calls for the massacre of Muslims in the Indian state of Uttarakhand, harassment of Muslim women on social media and banning Muslim girls from wearing the hijab.

According to the Saudi Press Agency, the OIC has called for attacks on Muslim places of worship and anti-Muslim legislation in various states, as well as incidents against Muslims and the avoidance of punishment for those who cause such incidents. Islamophobia is on the rise in the country. There are symptoms.

The OIC has called on the Indian government to protect the peace and security of Muslims and the way the Muslim community lives.

The OI also called on the international community, and in particular the UN Human Rights Council, to take the necessary steps.

The organization once again called on the Indian authorities to ensure the safety and security of the Muslim community, protect their way of life, and bring to justice those who incited and perpetrated violence and hate crimes.

For the past several days, the Indian state of Karnataka has been engulfed in protests due to the state government's refusal to allow female students to wear the hijab.

According to Indian channel NDTV, students wearing hijabs outside government schools in Mandia, Karnataka, were ordered by teachers to take off their hijabs and enter the school on Saturday.

Yati Narasimhanand, the organizer of the Dharma Sasand gathering in December last year, had incited people to take up arms against Muslims and commit genocide against them.

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