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Hindus in South Asia and the Diaspora: A Survey of Human Rights, 2012

Hindus in South Asia and the Diaspora: A Survey of Human Rights, 2012

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HAF's ninth annual Hindu Human Rights Report has been reorganized to divide countries covered into three categories: Egregious Violators, Countries of Serious Concern, and Monitored Countries. Egregious Violators include Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Malaysia, and Pakistan. In the category of Countries of Serious Concern are Bhutan, the Indian State of Jammu & Kashmir, and Sri Lanka. And finally, the three nations of Fiji, Saudi Arabia, and Trinidad & Tobago compose the Monitored Countries.
HAF's ninth annual Hindu Human Rights Report has been reorganized to divide countries covered into three categories: Egregious Violators, Countries of Serious Concern, and Monitored Countries. Egregious Violators include Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Malaysia, and Pakistan. In the category of Countries of Serious Concern are Bhutan, the Indian State of Jammu & Kashmir, and Sri Lanka. And finally, the three nations of Fiji, Saudi Arabia, and Trinidad & Tobago compose the Monitored Countries.

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 Hindus in South Asia and theDiaspora:A Survey of Human Rights2013
www.HAFsite.org
June 5, 2013
 
 
©HinduAmericanFoundation2013
 
 
©HinduAmericanFoundation2013
 
“All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights
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Universal Declaration of Human Rights, 1948, Article 1
“One should never do that to another which one regards as injuriousto one’s own self. This, in brief, is the rule of dharma. Yielding todesire and acting differently, one becomes guilty of adharma.” 
Mahabharata XII: 113, 8
“Thus, trampling on every privilege and everything in us that works for  privilege, let us work for that knowledge which will bring the feeling of sameness towards all mankind.” 
Swami Vivekananda, “The Complete works of Swam Vivekananda,” Vol 1,p. 429
"All men are brothers; no one is big, no one is small. All are equal." 
Rig Veda, 5:60:5

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