Thiruvananthapuram (Kerala): The alleged ‘love jihad’ movement in Kerala has a political sub text. Both ABVP and SFI allege that NDF is carrying out forced conversions. Read more »
Many cases continue to be filed in Karnataka High Court related to love affairs and the alleged communal angle despite police investigations revealing no evidence of a love jihad movement. Read more »
Kolkata: Calcutta High Court on Wednesday granted the anticipatory bail plea of a 26-year-old Muslim youth from Murshidabad who had been accused of kidnapping and marrying a 15-year-old Hindu girl. Read more »
The Kerala High Court on Wednesday stated that forced conversions, termed as Love Jihad or Romeo Jihad, and efforts for that were a reality in the State despite the arguments by the Kerala Director General of Police, and Union Home Department to the contrary. Read more »
According to a report in The Pioneer, police officials probing the Love Jihad have estimated that as many as 940 women had gone missing in Kerala in the past five years in dubious circumstances. Love jihadis have converted more than 4,000 women in Kerala alone through love and marriage in the recent past Read more »
Rema Sene’s president Muthalik `alleged’ that 3,000 girls who had reportedly married Muslim boys had returned to the Hindu community. Read more »
Bangalore (Karnataka): A day after the Karnataka High Court directed the state and Kerala to probe the “Love Jihad movement” where young non-Muslim girls are allegedly trapped into marriage and converted into Islam. Read more »
Kerala and coastal Karnataka have been witnessing a strange kind of jihad, which has even drawn the attention of a high court. This jihad has been termed as ‘love jihad’. Read more »
Mangalore (Karnataka): HJS and other Hindu organization organized Protest On 15.10. 2009 at 11.00 Am in Mangalore to condemn “Love Jihad” which gradually increased day by day in Mangalore. Read more »
Thiruvananthapuram (Kerala): ‘Love Jihad’, a religious conversion racket which lures gullible girls by feigning love, has brought rivals Vishwa Hindu Parishad and Christian groups in Kerala together. Read more »
Notice : The source URLs cited in the news/article might be only valid on the date the news/article was published. Most of them may become invalid from a day to a few months later. When a URL fails to work, you may go to the top level of the sources website and search for the news/article.
Disclaimer : The news/article published are collected from various sources and responsibility of news/article lies solely on the source itself. Hindu Janajagruti Samiti (HJS) or its website is not in anyway connected nor it is responsible for the news/article content presented here. Opinions expressed in this article are the authors personal opinions. Information, facts or opinions shared by the Author do not reflect the views of HJS and HJS is not responsible or liable for the same. The Author is responsible for accuracy, completeness, suitability and validity of any information in this article.