Trolls that call Sara Ali Khan non-Muslim for celebrating Ganesh Chaturthi are toxic intolerant

NEW DELHI. Bollywood Actress Sara Ali Khan He took Instagram on Tuesday to wish people on the occasion of Ganesh Chaturthi.

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Ganpati Bappa Morya !! May Ganesh Ji eliminate all your obstacles and fill your year with laughter, positivity and success. 🙏🏻🙌🏻💐🌸💫🌠💥🍰🧿🔮🎊🎉🎈💝🕉 #happyganeshchaturthi

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As soon as he shared the post in search of Lord Ganesha's blessings, the Islamist trolls brigade entered with all his might to criticize her for worshiping a Hindu god despite being a Muslim. The trolls not only asked him to remove Ali Khan from his last name, but also questioned his relationship with Kartik Aryan, a Hindu.

Here are the vile and offensive language trolls used to attack Sara and why they need to be killed (Metaphorically, of course!):

Sample of Troll attacks:

You are Muslim, do not worship the stones, When you study Islam, you would feel ashamed of having ever believed in Hinduism, Do not promote Hindu culture, Recite the Quran for happiness and do not pray. to the statues, You are an impure son of a Muslim father and a Hindu mother, Remove the Islamic title from your name, shame on Islam, You are committing shirk, To live in India, not just a statue, they will even consume excretory waste from Modi.

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These religious fanatics (calling them trolls is too soft) live in a secular and diverse country like India, but they practice secularism of convenience.

These Islamist fans do not complain when a Hindu or a Christian wears a skull cap, wants Eid or organizes Iftaar parties. They have no problems with non-Muslims visiting Ajmer Dargah or Haji Ali. That, they say, is a duty of anyone living in secular India, where the majority religion should embrace the minority religion. I fully support this.

However, all hell breaks loose when someone of their own religion practices secularism. When a Muslim celebrity visits a temple or prays to Hindu gods, these fans say they committed a sin and will go to hell. What kind of unilateral secularism is this?

These trolls get to offend the religious feelings of people of other religions, question their beliefs or attack their gods.

And on top of that, they embarrass and emit fatwa when a person of their faith practices true secularism.

Such fundamentalist Islamists show complete intolerance towards other religions and their only job is to explain to the women of their religion that they say what they should be doing, whether Nusrat Jahan , Hina khan or Mandana Karimi .

Let it be clear to these trolls that Sara is an independent, strong and successful woman, raised beautifully by her parents.

His father belongs to the Islamic faith and the mother is Sikh. Sara may be Muslim by virtue of a faulty patriarchal logic, but she is obviously taught to respect all religions. Therefore, it should be a role model for young Indians.

She is old enough to decide what faith she wants to follow. It is your personal choice and no one should have the temerity to tell you what beliefs you should follow and which ones you should not.

It is sad to see a child with mixed kinship and born of a loving marriage called impure and attacked just because he published a picture of praying to a Hindu god.

In addition, it is time for these toxic fans to clarify some data about the country in which they live.

India has no state religion and never will. Just look at the pathetic condition of a country born of religion, where minorities are declining day by day. There are no cookies to guess which country we are talking about.

India is a country where all festivals (whether Diwali, Eid, Christmas, etc.) are celebrated with equal fervor.

These fanatics, hence, should remember that they can't dictate other Indian Muslims on how they should lead their life or question beliefs of people from other religions.

And if they still think that their religion is the only true religion, then they don't have to live in a multi-religious country like India.