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 »
Thiruvananthapuram (Kerala): The ‘love jihad,’ allegedly planned by Muslim youths would lead to serious communal riots in Kerala, Bharatiya Janata Party state president P K Krishna Das said today. Read more »
Many of the cases are those of couples falling in love, then eloping and marrying, but information about such cases are gathered within 2 or 3 weeks.
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The court directed to look into whether ‘Love Jihad’ movement and counterfeiting, smuggling, drug trafficking and terrorist activities were related.
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There are hundreds of recharge shops in the main cities in Kerala that help in collecting the mobile numbers of young girls for Love Jihad.
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