Carnage in Manipur showcases the tragedy unfolding around India’s anti-Christian ‘conversion laws’.
Two Christian women from the Kuki tribe, allegedly raped by Hindu extremists, are an example of how reluctant Western and Indian authorities are to call it persecution.
The mob also allegedly murdered the father and brother of the youngest victim, after the men attempted to intervene in the sexual assault.
Sky News, referring to the Hindu mob as ‘the majority community’, explained three more women were...
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