Fanatic Hindus celebrate Turkey-Syria Earthquake: Truth or Propaganda?


The radical left propagandist CJ Werleman claimed that India’s “fanatic” Hindus celebrated the Turkey-Syria earthquake, while showcasing a handful of screenshots of Twitter handles that allegedly rejoiced over the mass deaths of Muslims in Turkey and Syria.

The narrative soon became a part of Muslim Brotherhood’s propaganda tactic against India and its Hindu majority to paint the whole nation as ‘Islamophobe’.

The claim holds zero credibility, as Werleman and his ilk are infamous for the continuous anti-India information warfare. Whether it’s India or its Arab allies like Saudi Arabia or UAE, the group strategically cherry-picks minority voices or fewer incidents to water-down the profile of the targeted countries.

How India and Indians Reacted?

India stood among the top-5 countries who immediately stepped in to provide the highest number of rescue teams after France and Israel. Turkey’s ambassador to India, Firat Sunel tweeted the Turkish proverb “Dost kara günde belli olur” which translates to the famous quote – “A friend in need is a friend indeed”.

When the news of the survival of two Turkish kids was shared. This is how Indian citizens reacted in reality.

Some of the replies on other tweets.

As the quoted in the FirstPost Oped, “In fact, Prime Minister Modi has not only exuded a sympathetic attitude, but also an empathetic attitude towards Turkey and Syria, owing to what his own home town Gujarat faced in 2001”.

India and Indians have felt the pain of earthquake victims and have gone overboard to express sincere condolences and stand with them in their testing times. The dividing forces and a global lobby, on the contrary, are working hard to sow the seeds of discord and hatred.

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