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Friday, January 21, 2022

PFI Islamists force “I am Babri” badges on school children in Kerala

Popular Front of India (PFI) activists forced school-going children, mostly Hindus, to wear badges that said ‘I am Babari’ on Dec 6, the day that the disputed structure built over a pre-existing temple at Ram Janmabhoomi, Ayodhya was brought down by kar sevaks.

Though the children protested, the sticker was affixed on a group of students inside the St. George’s School in Kottangal, Pathanamthitta. Kottangal panchayat is ruled jointly by the Communists and the SDPI, the political wing of the PFI.

PFI leader Muneer Ibnu Nazeer and his accomplices were seen forcing children to wear the badge. The radical Islamist organization is behind several anti-national terrorist activities, but despite NIA recommending it be banned, no action has been taken by either state or central governments.

The PFI Islamists even had the audacity to film what they were doing to underage children and post them on social media. A young Hindu boy wearing Ayyappa mala, barely 10, was seen standing helplessly after the Muslim mob affixed the disturbing badge, pulled out his Japamala, and photographed him. He is probably undertaking the 41-day ‘Vratha’ that devotees begin before leaving for Sabarimala. 

The yellow-colored badges are also not just another coincidence. Yellow H symbols were painted on to Hindu homes and shops to target the community by the genocidal Pakistan Army during the 1971 genocide which left 3 million dead – 2.4 million Bengali Hindus and 0.6 million Bengali Muslims.

Yellow badges (or yellow patches) were also forced upon Jews at various times during the Middle Ages by Islamist caliphates to identify them as Dhimmis (second class non-Muslim subjects), at various times during the Medieval and early modern period by some Christian European powers, and from 1939–1945 by the Nazis.

The names of Babar and Tipu are not even used amongst most Muslims, and yet Islamists affixed stickers bearing those names on Hindu children.

It is no coincidence that it happened in Kerala on December 6, exactly 30 years after the disputed structure aka Babri Masjid was finally brought down after almost 500 years of Hindu struggle to reclaim their holy land where a pre-existing temple was destroyed and a mosque constructed in its place by Mughal tyrant Babur’s general Mir Baqi. The PFI plan to sully a great day in Hindu history dampened the spirits of Hindu parents all over Kerala. Interestingly, there are rumors that the parents of the victims are afraid to complain.

As neither the local police nor their political masters took any action, BJP National Executive Committee member PK Krishnadas approached the  National Commission for Protection of Child Rights (NCPCR). NCPCR Chairperson Priyank Kanoongo has asked the Pathanamthitta SP for a report on the incident. If the law and order are to be handled by central agencies, why do we need a local administration, wondered Keralite Hindus?

Kanoongo said that further action would be taken against the culprits after receiving the report. But locals are worried that the actual string-pullers who handle such local criminals would get off scot free. There is anxiety among parents about sending their wards back to school.

BJP state general secretary Advocate Sudhir said that this was nothing but Talibanism. He added that this was an encroachment on the rights of children and that Kerala was becoming another Syria. Barely 3 days have passed since PFI goons attacked Manusudhan and his two kids aged just 11 and 12, over fabricated allegations of ‘blasphemy’.

Strictest action should be taken against all such Jihadi elements who used innocent children to further their agenda in Pathanamthitta. Social media reminded left-liberals and HINOs (Hindu In Name Only) about the kind of uproar it would have created if Muslim boys were made to wear ‘I’m Ayodhya’ or ‘Jai Sri Ram’ stickers today. 

There is an outcry to ban the PFI and even NIA has recommended the same, but for reasons best know to our leaders they still roam around all over Bharat, instigating and sponsoring violence. Kerala has now become their headquarters with incidents of Islamist fascism and communalism being reported almost every day. 

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