Moral Policing in Malabar

via Synonymous published on December 5, 2011

Like some of the livestock eating leopards in Idduki district, there are occasional media reports about moral policemen on the prowl in Malabar area. Recently they managed to kill one young stealthy ‘lover’ among their own people and insulted another middle-aged man who was on a visit to his lover’s house. While it is easy to identify the leopards, it would be interesting to learn how these self-designated moral policemen of Malabar are identifying the hapless lover boys. Love Jihadis seem to have perfected the art of spotting lovers wherever and in whatever form they are. After all, they are masters at it when it comes to ‘loving and killing’ other religionists, especially Hindu girls.
Recently one of the news channels provided a detailed story about the insulting method perfected by these moral policemen. Once they have spotted the lover boy, the gang will pounce on him and start hitting him left and right. It will then be followed by pouring of some filthy waste water with intermittent bashing to insult the exasperated victim. So far the Jihadi policemen have kept their area of operation limited to the erring lover boys among their own men. But very soon, as the rule of Kunhalikutty, IUML, NDF, PDP etc., gains strength, we can expect expansion of their area and scope of operation. A new battalion of Malabar Moral Police is a distinct possibility under the current UDF rule.
The above media story in a Malayalam channel was ‘accidentally’ followed by an interview with Dr.  Punathil Kunhabdullah who was detailing his research into Arab morality while writing his famous novel ‘Kanyavanagal’. It was highly informative and revealing in the context. For those who are looking upto the Arabs as a model for moral values, it must be shocking to learn that Saudi Arabia is a veritable den of immorality. It is a country where maximum number of male prostitutes is operating. Mother and daughter use the same prostitute (usually expatriates) and they often quarrel when he is not readily ‘available’ for use. It seems many of our own people have made millions in this profession. The Malabar Moral Police battalion has a lot to learn from their Arab masters.

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