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OIC warns against genocide against Muslims in India

*Condemns harassment of Muslims in hijab





The Organisation of Islamic Cooperation, OIC has called upon the international community, especially the UN and Special Procedures of the Human Rights Council, to take necessary measures towards stopping the genocide against Muslims in India.

The General Secretariat of the Organization expressed deep concern over recent public calls for the genocide of Muslims in Haridwar in India’s Uttarakhand state.
It also condemned reported incidents of harassment of Muslim women on social media, as well as the banning of female Muslim students wearing the hijab in Karnataka.

The continued attacks on Muslims and their places of worship, the recent trend of anti-Muslim legislation in different states and rising incidents of violence against Muslims are indicative of the growing trend of Islamophobia, the OIC said.

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The OIC urged India to ensure the safety, security and wellbeing of the Muslim community, protect the way of life of its citizens, and bring perpetrators of acts of violence to justice.

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