A Mother Seeks Authorities Help to Rescue her Daughter from Jihadi Conversion Centre

By HK via Media Inputs published on July 27, 2016

Thiruvananthapuram: Mini Vijayan, mother of Aparna who was recently abducted by Jihadis, has sought frantic help from authorities to rescue her daughter. Mini Vijayan works under Defence Ministry in Pangode, Thiruvananthapuram.

In her complaint to the police, Mini has stated that Aparna who had changed her name to Shahana, was a student of Jual Education Trust in Ernakulam. She had joined the institute in August 2013, and was staying in a hostel nearby. “It was here that she was forcibly converted to Islam,” said Mini.

Police reports have confirmed that Aparna is currently lodged in a religious centre named Sathya Sarani in Manjeri, Malappuram. “She is staying in Sathya Sarani, an institute that aims at propagating Islam among non-Muslims,” Mini said.

This notorious conversion centre is run by Popular Front who leads Jihadi terrorism in the state of Kerala. Thousands of Hindu & Christian girls continue to languish in these Jihadi conversion centres in Malappuram & Kozhikode.
In the name of freedom of practicing any religion, authorities and judiciary have turned a blind eye towards the plight of these hapless victims and their distraught families.

It is a practise among these Jihadi Romeos, who trap these girls with hoax assurances of marriage, to dump them in these conversion centres. It is from here these girls are handed over to terrorists with international links.

Those girls who resist conversion are blackmailed and threatened by Jihadists. It has come to light that many recent suicides and murders of Love Jihad victims are the result of the same blackmailing.

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