Thook Jihad? Another man with Topi caught  smearing spit on fresh vegetables

‘Thook Jihad’ is the latest weapon in the arsenal of Islamophobia against Hindus. There have been many cases of Muslims doing such disgusting things with their customers, spitting on chapati, tandoor, fruits, vegetables and even face massages. Recently, a new video of spit jihad was seen on Twitter in which a Muslim wearing a cap was captured spitting on fresh vegetables.

The viral video has been shared by the Twitter handle Sanatani Amit. In the video, three Muslim young men can be seen, out of which a Man can be seen unwrapping fresh vegetables and spitting on them. The other two are laughing after watching him doing such a disgusting act. This conduct not only endangers hygiene and health but also destroys social trust and social discipline.

Many such videos have gone viral on social media. To avoid this kind of jihad, we have to take steps ourselves. Before buying fruits or vegetables from any cart, check the cart carefully and never eat any fruit or vegetable directly from the cart. Always bring it home and wash it with clean water before consuming it. Because such great creatures have increased on earth.

Looking at the increasing number of such cases, strict action should be taken against them. Taking advantage of someone’s trust in this way and committing such disgusting acts is extremely cruel. After watching the video, users have shared various types of reactions. The video has received more than 3 lakh views and more than 4 thousand likes.

A user writes, ‘Very shameful, because of people like these, the entire species like these have started hating. How can we buy and use anything from their hands? They are so disgusting.’

Another user writes, ‘Boycott these peaceful communities from all sides.’

Another user writes, ‘Do not eat anything without washing it. Washing food is extremely important for health and hygiene. This removes dirt, chemicals, and harmful bacteria, which can help you avoid illness. Take care of your health, always follow hygiene!’

Sweta Dagar is an avid reader and writer. She hails from Bulandshahr (U.P) where she completed her formap education. She loves exploring varieties of topics that shape the public opinion at large. If you have any queries, feel free to contact her at [email protected].