American scientific research organization Network Contagion Research Institute.
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Referring to the attacks on Hindus in America and many parts of the world, American scientific research organization ‘Network Contagion Research Institute’ said that an atmosphere of hatred is being created towards the people of this community. The organization also pointed towards the ongoing violence on Hindus in Britain and Canada.
The organization’s co-founder and chief science officer Joel Finkelstein said this. He outlined the key points of his latest research at an event organized by the ‘Collion of Hindus of North America’ (COHNA) in the US Parliament House complex, saying that incidents of vandalism of Hindu temples in the US and Canada have increased in recent months. . Joel told members of the ‘Hindu-American community’, we are seeing what kind of low level protests are happening in England. There is a possibility of increasing hatred against Hindus across the world, he said.
Concern over growing hatred
The Network Contagion Research Institute is a non-profit organization that studies misinformation, misleading content and hate speech on social media. During the program, MP Hank Johnson expressed concern over the increasing incidents of hatred towards Hindus in America. He is the only Buddhist MP in the current parliament. He said that we should unite against hatred towards our religion, race and background.
US lawmakers in favor of stronger India-US relations
Influential lawmakers of America have underlined the contribution of the Indian-American community in this direction while advocating strong relations between India and America. Senator Joe Manchin, a Democrat from West Virginia, recalled his visit to India at India’s Independence Day celebrations held at the US Parliament complex, ‘how he saw and felt firsthand the greatness of the world’s largest democracy.’ At the ceremony, Republican Senator Cindy Hyde-Smith of Mississippi also emphasized the importance of strong ties between the two countries. Senator Shelley Capito of West Virginia highlighted the role of Indians. Indian Ambassador Taranjit Singh Sandhu was also present during this.