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JIHAD AGAINST JAINISM

WHEN JIHAD ATTACKS, JAINS TREATED NO DIFFERENTLY, KAFFIRS ALL THE SAME

This is an account of Jihad against Jainism: Jain mandir destruction, conversion, lovejihad, terrorism and killing of Jain leaders and GoRakshaks, across centuries, spanning 1300+ years in India and lands lost to India, namely Afghanistan, Pakistan and Bangladesh.

Jainism Versus Islam
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In the Islamic mission to wipe out everything unIslamic from the face of the earth, to wipeout moorti-pooja / worship of anyone other than Allah or reverence to anyone other than Mohammed, does not spare Jainism. So there has been plenty of destruction of Jain structures, just like destruction of Vaidika-Astika structures...

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Forgotten Bos indicus from Baluchistan and Iran

Baluchistan, Eastern Iran, Pakhtunistan and Pak-occupied Jammu-Kashmir:

ViSmrut GoVansh, ViSmrut Nadiyaan, ViSmrut Pradesh:

The forgotten GouMaata breeds, rivers and territories of Undivided India’s West

The words ‘INDICUS’ (in Bos indicus) and ‘INDIA’ respectively refer to Indian Zebu cattle and to historic undivided Hindu India (Akhand Bharatvarsha). India – to upright Hindus – includes not just what is India as of post-1947, but also what is Afghanistan, Baluchistan and Pakistan, regions pending fulfilment of the Akhanda Bharat pledge: of re-conquest by India of whatever all was lost after separatisms, Islamic conversions and partitions gradually over the last 1300 years.

The Desi (Zebu) Cow with the hump as a distinct species of cattle – Bos indicus or the Indian  cattle – is...

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African Elephant Population Declines By 30 Percent

A $7 million, comprehensive census of African elephants has found that the population decreased by nearly a third between 2007 and 2014.

The Great Elephant Census was conducted over three years, and set out to effectively count every savanna elephant in 18 countries in Africa, accounting for 93 percent of the savanna elephants in those countries. The conclusion — that the population declined by 144,000 animals in just seven years — is sobering.

The results were published in the journal PeerJ.

Read more at: http://upr.org/post/african-elephant-population-declines-30-percent

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