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Doxxing, street harassment, and assault: Islamists continue attacks on Hindu-Muslim couples in the name of ‘Bhagwa love trap’

“Doxxing, street harassment, and assault: Islamists continue attacks on Hindu-Muslim couples in the name of ‘Bhagwa love trap’”, Opindia, June 20, 2023:

“For several months now, Islamists have been attacking random Hindu-Muslim couples on the streets across different cities in India. All of this is being done under the pretext of combating ‘Bhagwa love trap.’

A conspiracy theory peddled by radical Islamic scholars such as Sajjad Nomani, ‘Bhagwa Love Trap’ suggests that a sinister plot is somehow underway to convert Muslim women to Hinduism.

As a result, Islamist lynch mobs are roughing up Hindu men and molesting their female Muslim friends and partners in the name of ‘saving Islam’ and ‘protecting Muslim women’….”

Read the full article at Opindia.com

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