Over the past few years, many of Freedom House’s publications, including Freedom in the World, Freedom of the Press and Freedom on the Net: A Global Assessment of Internet and Digital Media, have pointed to worrisome declines in freedom of expression in countries around the world. According to the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, freedom of expression is the right of every individual to hold opinions without interference and to seek, receive and impart information and ideas through any media and regardless of frontiers. In practice, however, this fundamental human right is frequently restricted through tactics that include censorship, restrictive press legislation, and harassment of journalists, bloggers and others who voice their opinions, as well as crackdowns on religious minorities and other suppression of religious freedom. In response to the growing problem, Freedom House is engaging in a multi-faceted Freedom of Expression Campaign to defend this critical right.
Sita Ram Goel was a writer and religious-political activist. He is well-known for his prominent books like “How I became Hindu”, “The Calcutta Quran Petition” and “The Rishi of a resurgent India” to name a few. Sita Ram Goel was also known for his writing style and most of his books comprised of the class between Hinduism and Islam as the theme. Now you can find books by Sita Ram Goel on Kapot.