Raipur: The Vision India was holding a 5-day youth camp in Raipur, from 3rd to7th November 2010, in an auditorium situated about 7 kilometers from the Raipur Railway Station. Necessary police protection was made for the meeting as there was a threat of an attack by the VHP. The talks at the meeting were mainly on the attacks against Christians in the country in general and Bihar in particular. On 6th morning, at about 10:00 a.m., as the meeting was in progress, the VHP State leaders along with some police officers, came near the stage and, surveyed the situation for about 5 minutes as to find out what was going on. More than 1000 people attending the meeting were worshipping the Lord in unknown tongues to them, as the trespassers stood there bewildered and unable to make out what exactly was happening. Then they had a talk with the organizer, Pastor Vijay Mahod from Nagpur, after which they left the venue. The situation at the meeting place continued to be very tense as long as the police and the VHP leaders continued to be present there, as the people were not sure as to what could happen next.
A dalit believers’ family was brutally attacked on the 6th of October last in a remote village called Bendigere Sevanagara in Harappanahally Taluk of Dvavanagere District in Karnataka. It was a systematically planned attack on a recently converted Hindu family by the bigoted Hindu youth of the village. The reason for this ruthless attack seems to be their firm refusal to fall in line with the rest of the villagers, and continue to worship the village deity and pay obeisance to it, particularly during their annual festival, usually accompanied by, as we reliably learnt, all sorts of orgies like drinking, dancing etc. etc.
RSS wants anti-conversion law in Jharkhand
The Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) is planning to ask the BJP government in Jharkhand to bring a law to ban religious conversions in the state.
RSS state unit chief Jaggnath Sahi announced on Sunday that he will discuss with Chief Minister of Mr. Jharkhand Arjun Munda on the need of formulating a law to ban conversion in the state.
US officials say Awlaki is a leader of al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula
A radical US-born Yemeni Islamist cleric has called for the killing of Americans in a new video message posted on radical web sites.
Anwar al-Awlaki said no permission was needed to kill Americans as they are from the "party of devils".It comes shortly after authorities intercepted air cargo bombs sent from Yemen to the US in a plot linked to Mr Awlaki. The US has named Mr Awlaki a "specially designated global terrorist".