Martyrdom of Christians in India Obscured by Under-Reporting
Four Christians in India died for their faith last year, but incomplete information obscured the anti-Christian hostility in three of the deaths, sources said.
In Tamil Nadu and West Bengal states where the killings took place, area Christians assert that the murders were rooted in opposition to Christianity; specifically, radical Hindus viewing Christianity as a threat to Hinduism and Indian nationalism as a unified identify. In three of the four deaths, however, under-reporting obscured the acts or motives of the attackers.
In India's eastern state of West Bengal, where two brothers were hacked to death, villagers suspected the men's wives were practicing witchcraft, according to local press accounts and area Christians. A mob in Palashpari village, near Malda, attacked 38-year-old Sonua Pahari and 32-year-old Baishakhu Pahari with swords, sickles, rods and stones as they lay sleeping in their...
Yes, unfortunately, in the Western mind, something doesn't occur unless it makes the news media, one can see what happened to Graham Staines and his young sons was created by the Hindu mindset and still an ongoing problem, which isn't a peaceful one--no matter what Gandhi admirers might say.
With a religion which worships rats, snakes elephants and thousands of other gods and as the nation has been recently observed to tacitly acquiesce to the regular rapes of women, then it is no surprise that such a nation would serve Satan and attack Christians.