US Commission on International Religious Freedom (USCIRF) is on the radar after a Twitter user pointed out its anti-Hindu data based on keywords.
The International Religious Freedom Act of 1998 established the United States Commission on International Religious Freedom as a US federal government commission.
The Twitter user subjected that USCIRF Report covering 194 countries almost always targets Hinduism politically.
When searching the data reports based on keywords, “Hindu Terrorism” reflects 2, “Hindu Extremist” hits 35, “Exclusivist Hindu” reflected 2, “Hindu Mob” hits 15, “Hindu Nationalist” hits 89 times and “Extreme Hindu” reflects 2times.
However, on contrary, the “Muslim Extremist” keyword hits 18.
The research on USCIRF Report was based on provocative communal keywords used to target Hinduism.
The Twitter handler, Data Reveals stated “A keyword search of USCIRF report covering 194 countries shows that choicest slurs: terrorist, mob, extremist, exclusivist, supremacist are hurled at Hindus & Hinduism. USCIRF mostly uses words like “terrorist”, “mob”, “extremist”, “exclusivist” to describe Hindus.”
Following this data revelation, many questions on USCIRF are being raised to explain their Hinduphobia ideology.
Keywords are catchwords that can classify or organize digital content to facilitate an online search for information.