Result of rise in Muslim demography; Jihadi fight among themselves in Taliparamba riots

published on April 14, 2014

Slavery, Terrorism & Islam: Historical Roots and Contemporary Threat by Dr Peter Hammond , a Christian Missionary from Africa have categorically warned the world about Islam’s  religious, legal, political, economic, social, and military components. Depends upon the demographical clout of Islam in a particular region they will act as a peace loving minority to killing less radical Muslims once they achieve 100% ‘Dar-es Salaam’.

As warned by Peter Hammond, these Jihadi’s are rioting among themselves in Taliparamba , a small town in Kannur district.This town which is famous for Rajarajeswari temple across the Nation,  now have high presence of Jihadi’s. As warned by Peter Hammond, these Jihadi’s are rioting among themselves in Taliparamba
Prohibitory orders were clamped in Taliparamba police station limits on Sunday, for a period of 10 days, following a spate of violent incidents involving cadres of Muslim League and the Social Democratic Party of India (SDPI).

SDPI, the political wing of deadly Jihadi terrorist organization Popular front is in logger heads with Muslim league in Taliparamaba for last two days. A protest march on Sunday by Muslim League workers, in retaliation to the attack on their office by SDPI activists, turned violent and resulted in damage to many shops in the town. . Houses of congress local leaders bearing Hindu names like Thamban were under attack as part of SDPI retaliatory attack.

Hundreds of League workers took out a protest march alleging that the SDPI, with the support of the CPM, was behind the attack. The march turned violent and shops and properties of SDPI sympathisers were targeted.

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