International reactions to the communal violence in Delhi are continuously coming. There has been a backlash from many international organizations including Turkey, Pakistan, USA and the Government of India has been condemned.
On Friday, Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan has once again linked the communal violence in Delhi to the killing of Jews led by Hitler in Germany.
Imran Khan said, “Pictures of Muslim burnt houses and shops are coming out. Hitting Muslims, killing mosques and graveyards is the same as the mass murder of Jews in Nazi Germany.” The world should understand the barbaric truth of Modi’s fascist racist government and stop it. “
He further said, “Modi treated the Muslims brutally as the Chief Minister in Gujarat and now we are seeing the same happening again in New Delhi.”
Imran Khan is not the only one to expressly react to the Delhi violence.
Recently, the leaders of the world have expressed their resentment in different ways. Pakistan’s close ally, Turkey’s President Rechap Tayyip Ardoan, said on Thursday, “India has now become a country where mass genocide is taking place. What massacre? Massacre of Muslims. Who is doing what? Hindu.”
Reacting from the Indian side to the Turkish President’s statement, Indian Foreign Service official Parchash Aryan in Geneva said, “I can only advise Turkey to refrain from commenting on India’s internal affairs and to have a better understanding of the democratic process.” Am. “
Bernie Sanders, the US senator and the frontrunner in the Democratic Party’s candidacy race in this year’s US presidential election, has also criticized the Delhi violence.
The US agency United States Commission on International Religion Freedom condemned the Delhi violence, saying, “One of the responsibilities of any responsible government is to provide protection to its citizens. We appeal to the Indian government to mobilize Take serious steps to protect Muslims and others being targeted for violence. “
Malaysian youth group also expressed concern
On Friday, a Muslim youth group in Malaysia expressed concern over the communal violence in Delhi. The Muslim Youth Movement of Malaysia has said that it is the failure of the Indian government that it is not able to give protection to its citizens.
Mohammad Fazriel Mohammad Saleh, the general secretary of this group, said, “The administration has failed to control the riots. Religious extremists have targeted Muslim homes and places of worship. It is not possible that India’s security system is so weak that it cannot stop the riots. We are also concerned about the disputed law of India CAA. ”