Who is really an "anti-Hindu"?

Who is really an "anti-Hindu"?

Who is really an "anti-Hindu"? Let us get the definition right!
The Hindutva inspired rhetoric has given a misplaced definition of their most commonly used term "anti-hindu". A person who brings disgrace to Hinduism (by acting obnoxiously in the name of Ram etc) is an anti-hindu. A person who brings disgrace to Islam (like the radical Islamists) is an anti-muslim and so on. Now, according to this, people like Varun Gandhi who used the name of Ram in obnoxious hate-speeches which made a spectacle of us all over the world should be appropriately called as anti-hindu. The fake Ram-bhakth rioters/inciters/murders who chant the name of Ram while on the act should be called as anti-hindu. It is time we give the label of "anti-hindu" where it should rightly belong. Is it permissible in Hinduism to use the name of Ram in an obnoxious manner like how Varun did? If not, should't the label anti-Hindu be rightly attributed to the likes of him?

M Vijayakumar

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