India - Jihadis luring Kerala college girls for love
It was happening for a long time, since behind the supposed to be secular walls of the country, India. Under the constitution every citizen has the freedom of faith and can work towards spreading his/her religion. But as for Jihadis this is another tool to swell their ranks for with ease because they can cheaply recruit the 'infidels' and utilize them as tools of terror in the place of the deep rooted 'fidels'. The modus operandi is simple. Charm the girl with terror funded money, make them fall in 'love', and then use all the techniques in the book to convert them to Islam. Done.
The important part of this scheme is that never allow any of the 'fidel' girls to fall in to the infidel faiths. They have very effective terror cells to prevent a remote chance of such incidents. Any infidel who dares to look at the 'fidel' girls is definitely confronted by death threats on them and their family. Oh, not to mention that the possibility of a 'communal riot' freely offered by the Jihadis.
Kerala police has constituted a special team to probe charges that jihadis are running an organized racket in the state's colleges to lure gullible girls in the name of love and then convert them for subsequent use in anti-national activities.
"We are investigating if there is any such design,'' DGP Jacob Punnoose told TOI. What jolted the sleuths into action was a habeus corpus petition in the Kerala high court from the parents of two MBA students. The students were staying in the same hostel at St John's College in Pathanamthitta district when they met a senior and grew fond of him.
But the boy proved to be a nuisance to the authorities and was expelled from the college some years ago. "He still managed to retain contact with four junior students, including the two MBA students and feigned love for them. The boy wanted them to get converted to Islam. But one of them suspected his intentions and withdrew while another developed psychiatric problems. The other two fell for him and eloped,'' college principal Sreekumaran Nair said.
When there was no news of their wards, the parents approached the high court with habeus corpus petitions. The girls were subsequently produced in court which allowed the parents the custody of their children for a week. When they appeared in court next, the girls stated they had been trapped and did not want to go back with the boy. In the period they were with him, one of them had already married the boy and the other was "forced to marry'' his friend, a bus conductor. In their statements given to police, the students claimed that they were shown jihadi videos and literature by the boy. Expressing concern over the development, the high court asked the police to probe deeper.
Now it is the turn for all the "secular" and communist forces in the country to wake up and cry 'religious profiling' and 'discrimination' in the top of their lungs. Because it is question of assured votes.
MUMBAI: The Criminal Investigation Department (CID), which is meant to probe high-profile cases, will now investigate love affairs that have resulted in marriages between Hindu girls and Muslim boys.
The state CID has been told to check whether Muslim boys are enticing Hindu girls as part of a larger ‘conspiracy’. Minister of state for home (rural) Nitin Raut announced this step in the legislative assembly on the last day of its session.
BJP MLAs Eknath Khadse and Devendra Fadnavis had alleged in the assembly that young Muslim boys in rural areas were wooing Hindu college girls and then marrying them. This, they claimed, was part of a ‘conspiracy’ to increase the strength of the community. Khadse had further alleged that some Hindu girls had also been sent to the Gulf.