Australian Hindu community came forward to condemn the horrific terror attack by Hamas terrorists on Israel.
In a statement issued by the Hindu Council of Australia, an appeal was made to Prime Minister Anthony Albanese to pursue all avenues to help punish Hamas terrorists.
“We call upon the Australian government to pursue all avenues available to it including the United Nations to ensure that these war criminals are identified, prosecuted and punished.”
“The Hindu Council of Australia stands in solidarity with all Israelis, with Jews around the world and with our Jewish brothers and sisters in Australia during one of the darkest hours of humanity in our lifetimes.”
“Hindus in Australia with a lot of pain, are watching the horror being inflicted on innocent Israeli citizens. Killing, mutilating, kidnapping, parading and torture of civilians by extreme ideologues are war crimes.
Hindu Council of Australia spokesperson told The Australia Today, “We Hindus know the pain and sufferings caused by terrorists as our community has faced it for the longest time in History.”
“We call upon all people of all faiths around the world and in Australia to condemn these barbaric acts being conducted while perpetrators are chanting religious slogans.”
“Faith teaches brotherhood, peace and love. It should not be hijacked by violent tribal cruel criminals. This is not the first time that fanatic terrorists have brought havoc and destruction, scarring human civilisation and humanity.”
Let us all work steadfastly and in unison to ensure that such a disgrace on human rights does not repeat, ever.
On the other side of the world, The Hindu Forum of Canada effectively rallied the entire Indian community to join a robust show of support for Canadian Jewish organizations.
Thousands of individuals came together in unity with Israel’s Jewish citizens and innocent civilians to vehemently condemn the actions of Hamas terrorists in Toronto, Canada.
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