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Kerala :The latest issue of Kala Kaumudi weekly revealing shocking facts about “Love Jihad” hit the stands is being destroyed all over Kerala by terrorists. Almost all its copies have disappeared from the market. In many places of Kerala including major cities, Love Jihad special issue is not available in the book stalls and shops. Several shop keepers shared the incidents of mass purchasing by particular groups soon after the weekly hit the stalls.
The article titled ‘Love Jihad, conversion and black money for destruction of Kerala’ has been published in the weekly on the basis of information from the central intelligence agencies submitted to the Home Ministry in New Delhi.
The article says that on an average, 100 to 180 young women convert to Islam in Kerala every month. Among the 3902 people converted within a period of 3 years, 3815 had accepted Islam and majority of them were young women.
This report also underlines the influence of Love Jihad in these conversions. A detailed report of the conversions taking place in Kerala with district wise conversion rates is elaborated through the article.
The report also underlines the undisputable fact that maximum number of conversions have taken place into one particular religion, i.e., Islam. This has raised a lot of suspicion regarding conversions.
The mass destruction of this weekly was a planned plot undertaken by members of terrorist organizations so that the copies and the facts do not reach public. People coming in groups purchasing 8-10 copies each were reported by agents, distributors, and shopkeepers all over Kerala.
After these striking revelations by Kala Kaumudi, more such news is coming to the fore regarding “Love Jihad.” One of them is that “Love Jihad” was originally planned by gulf-based organizations like Lashkar-e-Toiba around 2005-2006. This information was unearthed during the interrogation of arrested terrorists Omar Farukh and Ibrahim Moulavi by the investigation agencies. For chalking out the plans for this, a meeting was reportedly held in Dubai in which some NRI Indian businessmen too had reportedly participated. A similar meeting was held in Kannur too regarding this. These businessmen extended the monetary support to this particular project. The money was smuggled into Kerala through a terrorist called Sarfaraz Nawaz, who is now in custody of the police.
- Janmabhoomi daily, Thiruvananthapuram edition dated June 7, 8, and 9, 2012.
- Big news (A Kerala Kaumudi publication) dated June 8, 2012.