The Hadiya case was up before the Supreme Court a couple of days back. The court said that Hadiya should be permitted to study and it would hear the matter pertaining to her marriage with a Muslim man at a later date.
The state which surfs for Islamic State related content the highest in Kerala. This is followed by Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh and then Karnataka. Intelligence Bureau officials who have been keeping a track on ISIS related activities in India say that although the number of recruits is lower in India when compared to the other countries, the interest levels are particularly high when it comes to propaganda material.
A high alert has been issued following an Islamic State threat to the Sabarimala temple in Kerala. The threat states that Jihadi groups in Kerala could poison the water in the temple.
The writing was on the wall. The Intelligence Bureau had warned of radicalisation increasing at a rapid pace in Kerala. Well, it appears that it is all too late today and nearly 100 have already joined the Islamic State from Kerala.
Did the ISI take a letter written by a Kerala based physics professor seriously and issue an earthquake warning? Recently the ISI was in the news after it issued an earthquake alert.
Forced conversions in Kerala are a reality and is getting very serious. The National Commission for Women in-charge Rekha Sharma who met with Hadiya, the woman whose marriage with a Muslim man was annulled said that many types of lures, many other threatenings, blackmailing, all types of things are happening. This is not one small thing which we are reading in Delhi… But this is getting serious.
Kerala’s tryst with the Islamic State appears to be never ending. The police have now confirmed that 6 more persons from the state have joined the ISIS and could possibly be at Afghanistan. Now the official toll of those who have joined the ISIS in Afghanistan is 28.
In a report submitted to the Kerala Women’s Commission, the police have said that Akhila alias Hadiya is not being tortured by her father. The commission had sought a report after a video of the lady surfaced in which she is alleged to have accused her parents of torture.
The Kerala State Women’s Commission has directed the police to inquite and submit a report on the current condition of Hadiya. The commission directed the Kottayam superintendent of police to find out about the condition of Hadiya, probe the matter and submit a report.
Another petition has been filed in the Supreme Court by a parent seeking an NIA probe into the alleged forced conversion of their daughter. The petition states that the girl was forcibly converted through Love Jihad and was being lured into joining the Islamic State in Afghanistan.