India’s Supreme Court will hear petitions against Citizenship Act, denies stay

India’s Supreme Court will hear petitions against Citizenship Act, denies stay

Efforts to stop the implementation of India’s Citizenship Amendment Act, were unsuccessful but India’s Supreme Court has agreed to hear the case on Jan. 22. This act has generated nationwide protests by those who believe the law discriminates against Muslims. Earlier, police personnel had been blamed for assaulting protesting students on campuses, with batons and tear gas.

Skeptic
Skeptic
FirstCensorshipThenJail
FirstCensorshipThenJail 2 months

Muslim supremacists demanding that the people they have been treating as third-class citizens in their home country, a country occupied by the Islamic hate groups, and not be granted asylum, in a country that the same Muslim supremacist tries to dominate. It is a death cult, a supremacy movement a political insurgency jihad. Well past time to put a permanent end to this cult.

Just An Opinion
Just An Opinion 2 months

India's mistake was naming the accepted religions. They should have said they'll accept applications for asylum from country 1, 2, and 3 (excluding burma) on the grounds of religious persecution. Coincidentally, in all 3 countries muslims are the ones persecuting non muslims... So the implementation would still be the same. India doesn't need any more rugsniffing terrorist rape gangs.

Pete Nell
Pete Nell 2 months

Why am I not suprised it is the white looking woman holding the protest sign. There seems to be some mental disease causing compulsion to virtue signal.

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