April 18, 2014

Being Muslim Under Narendra Modi

Basharat Peer, New York Times

The Associated Press

The publishers of the comic book — available exclusively from Infibeam, an Amazon-like online retailer run by a Gujarati entrepreneur close to Mr. Modi — would have you believe that now that he is all grown up, Bal Narendra is just as brave, clever and just. If anything, however, Mr. Modi’s public record paints the picture of a leader unapologetically divisive and sectarian.

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TAGGED: Muslims, India, Hinduism, Narendra Modi

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