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Minority Rights and Hindu Nationalism in India
Asian Journal of Law and Society Pub Date : 2021-04-28 , DOI: 10.1017/als.2020.51
Peter van der Veer

In this paper, I want to focus on some aspects of the political process in India that have an impact on the treatment of religious minorities. Much of the discussion on multicultural jurisdictions deals with differentiated citizenship rights that allow religious groups to maintain their normative universe. This literature shows the tensions surrounding individual and group rights. I want to approach the question of religious freedom from a rather different angle. I want to first focus on the protection of bare life in the face of religious violence and then examine the issue of conversion from one religion to another. The issues of human security and conversion are linked in India, since Hindu nationalists see Muslims as forcibly converted Hindus who should be reconverted. To highlight the importance of majoritarian nationalism rather than political systems in the treatment of religious minorities, I offer a brief comparison with China.



中文翻译:

印度的少数群体权利与印度教民族主义

在本文中,我想集中讨论印度政治进程中对宗教少数群体待遇产生影响的某些方面。关于多元文化司法管辖区的许多讨论都涉及有区别的公民权,这些权利使宗教团体能够维持其规范的宇宙。这些文献显示了围绕个人和团体权利的紧张关系。我想从另一个角度来探讨宗教自由问题。我首先要着眼于面对宗教暴力时保护裸露的生活,然后研究从一种宗教向另一种宗教转变的问题。在印度,人的安全与conversion依问题是相关的,因为印度教民族主义者将穆斯林视为被迫converted依的印度教徒,应将其重新信奉。

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