The Muslim jihad against Hinduism (read this by Narain Kataria) is long and bloody. Hindus have long suffered at the hands of jihadists. Centuries of persecution, oppression, genocide continues to this very day. At least 80 million Hindus have been slaughtered in jihadi wars. So a Congressional Hearing was long overdue.

On November 20, 2013, a group of loyal Hindu Bangladeshi American citizens were granted a long-awaited hearing by the U.S. House Foreign Affairs Committee.  The Hindus wanted to ask the U.S. to stay the hand of the religious extremists who are pushing their compatriots remaining in Bangladesh toward genocide, described more fully here.

fanatic muslims in BDIt was, appropriately enough, near the anniverary of the bloody jihadi attack in Mumbai.  The November 26 attacks that were conducted by devout Muslims were unspeakably vicious, brutal and depraved. Just as in the Kenya mall massacre, Muslims were released. Non-Muslims were tortured, mutilated, sexually tortured and slaughtered. On November 26, 2008, jihadists staged 11 coordinated shooting and bombing attacks across Mumbai, killing 164 people and wounding at least 308. The carnage was unimaginable, the torture unspeakable.At least 166 victims (civilians and security personnel) were killed in the attacks and 308 wounded.. Among the dead were 28 foreign nationals from 10 countries.  The bodies of many of the dead hostages showed signs of torture or disfigurement. A number of those killed were notable figures in business, media, and security services

"This is a struggle between Islam and Unbelievers, We are the People God has Chosen to Defend Against the Unbelievers" (here)

But it was not to be. The Muslims hijacked it. Muslims groups whose leadership was convicted of war crimes and genocide in Bangladesh.

How Islamists Stole a Congressional Hearing By Madeline Brooks, American Thinker, November 27, 2013

Oppressed Hindus from Bangladesh asked for a congressional committee hearing to make known their victimization by Islamists. They got their hearing, but they were not given a chance to speak; instead, Islamists took over.

Not one Hindu was invited to be on the panel of speakers. The Islamists trashed the only political movement in Bangladesh that offers some hope of secularism. Read more:

Evidence suggests that an American lobbying firm working for a Bangladeshi war criminal bought influence with the hearing.  The same day, the NY Times wrote a staggeringly pro-Islamist editorial, raising the question that perhaps they too were bought with lobbyist money.

On November 20, 2013, a group of loyal Hindu Bangladeshi American citizens were granted a long-awaited hearing by the U.S. House Foreign Affairs Committee.  The Hindus wanted to ask the U.S. to stay the hand of the religious extremists who are pushing their compatriots remaining in Bangladesh toward genocide, described more fully here.