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India offers safety to Hindus and Sikhs who are victims of jihad attacks in Afghanistan
Wednesday, July 22, 2020
Sikh Victims in Afghanistan
Jihad Watch : “The most recent attack was a six-hour siege by Islamic State militants on a Sikh temple and housing complex in Kabul that left 25 people dead, including young children.” But in the international establishment media, India, not Afghanistan, will get criticized for this. Giving these persecuted people refuge is “Islamophobic.”  “India Offers Safety to Afghan Hindu and Sikh Minorities Facing Attacks,” by Matilda Coleman, Upnewsinfo, July 19, 2020:

KABUL, Afghanistan — The Indian government has said that it will expedite visas and the possibility of long term residency for Hindus and Sikhs who have been the target of bloody attacks in recent years amid Afghanistan’s raging war. In a brief statement on Saturday on the rescue of an Afghan Sikh leader who was abducted in eastern Afghanistan last month, the Indian Ministry of External Affairs said, “India has decided to facilitate the return of Afghan Hindu and Sikh community members facing security threats in Afghanistan to India.” It did not provide further details.
An Indian official in Kabul said the decision meant that any of the roughly 600 Hindus and Sikhs in Afghanistan would be given priority visas and the opportunity to apply for long-term residency once they arrived in India. In interviews, many welcomed the emergency option, but said that they found themselves between a rock and a hard place. In Afghanistan, they have livelihoods — shops and businesses passed down through generations — but spend their days dreading the next attack. Making a new start in India would most likely mean living in poverty, they said, particularly during an economic slump that has been exacerbated by the coronavirus pandemic.
Lala Sher Singh, a 63-year old amulet writer near a Kabul temple that was attacked in March, said the community had shrunk so much that one of the concerns that occupied his thoughts “day and night” was that the next assault might not leave enough people who can perform the final rituals for the dead. “I may get killed here because of these threats to Hindus and Sikhs, but in India I will die from poverty,” Mr. Singh said. “I have spent my whole life in Afghanistan. In this neighborhood close to the temple, if I run out of money and stand in front of a shop and ask for two eggs and some bread, they will give it to me for free. But who will help me in India?”…
The Hindu and Sikh communities in Afghanistan once numbered in the tens, if not the hundreds, of thousands, with well-established businesses and high-ranking positions in the government. But most have been forced to flee to India, Europe, or North America over decades of war and persecution. In the eastern province of Nangarhar, only 45 families remain from thousands before. In Paktia, another eastern province, only a single herbal doctor, Jagmohan Singh, is left, living with his wife and two of their children. Their other two children have already decamped for Kabul.
“A few decades back there were around 3,000 families of Hindus and Sikhs in different areas and districts of Paktia,” Dr. Singh said. “Except my family, all of them fled.”…
Just over 600 Hindus and Sikhs now live across Afghanistan; two major attacks in the past two years have killed about 50 — essentially wiping out nearly a tenth of the population, and leaving practically every family scarred.
The most recent attack was a six-hour siege by Islamic State militants on a Sikh temple and housing complex in Kabul that left 25 people dead, including young children.
After the attack, as community leaders expressed alarm, Afghan officials, including the national security adviser, promised new safety measures. But Narendra Singh Khalsa, the community’s representative in the Afghan Parliament, said the temple had remained shut and unrepaired. Except for a few additional police officers in the area, they had not received any support that would ease their concerns.
Warjet Singh, 22, who runs a shop outside the temple, where his mother, father and brother were killed, said, “They have made some checkpoints where a number of police officers are present. But the officials know that they cannot prevent any attack with a police officer standing in front of the temple.” “There is no change in our situation,” he added. “I am still risking my life when I come out every morning for work; I am still worried about another attack on our compound.”…
“When India provides a long-term visa, I will go and live there until the security situation is better in my own country so I can return,” Mr. Singh said. “No one will take my country from me, but it’s important for me to survive so I can come back when things are good.”…
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