Jihadi war cry against Hindu fishermen in Kasargod, Prevent second Maradu from happening

published on April 20, 2012

Kanhanghad: Jihadi terrorists are having a free run in Kanhangad Puthiyavallappu beach over past few days targetting Hindu fishermen, And once again Kerala media kept mum.

Reminding the Maradu carnage, Jihadi groups attacked Hindu houses and attacked Hindu fishermen with full support of ruling Muslim league leaders in the area.

Vineesh and his Mother Pushpa were attacked by Jihadi terrorists wearing facemasks inside their house and their house was later ransacked, when they were taken to hospital. Shaji and Sunilkumar were admitted to Hospitals in Mangalore following Jihadi attack while they were travelling in bike.

17 houses were gutted in fire set by Jihadi terrorists whose aim is to evacuate Hindus from the area.These attack are the continuation of what happened to Hindus in the beaches of Tanur, Tirur, Kuttipuram, Parappanangadi, Chaliyam, Beypore and in Maradu. Following stern resistance by Hindus in Maradu following Maradu carnage which lead to the murder of 8 Hindus , now they shifted their strategy and attention to North Malabar beaches.
All these attacks happens when Muslim league is in power.

So far Police have registered cases against 7 Jihadi terrorists named Shamsu, Nazir, Noushad, Ummar, Shamseer and Safir in connection with the attack against Shaji and Sunilkumar. Sporadic violent incidents targeting Hindus are also reporting from nearby Muriyanavi, Kalooravi and Hosdurg beaches.

Hindu organisations demanded strict police action against Jihadis and compensation to those poor fishermen whose houses were destroyed and gutted in fire by Jihadis. Kerala media often blacks out such one sided attacks against Hindus under the pretext of Media ethics of not to spread communal riots. For them to report it needs minimum four or five Hindu lives in a go.

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