Indian Villages Pass Restrictions on Non-Hindus

My latest article for WORLD focuses on Hindu extremists’ attempts in India to restrict the Christian minority and other non-Hindus:

Christian minorities in central India face a new threat as Hindu extremists in more than a dozen village councils have passed restrictions on religions other than Hinduism.

The laws, passed under the guise of stopping false conversions, made Christian prayer, services, and “propaganda” illegal, World Watch Monitor (WWM) reported. The Bastar district president of the World Hindu Council, Suresh Yadav, told The Times of India that more than 50 village councils have banned all non-Hindu missionaries.

Read it all at Worldmag.com

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