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Christian outfit CASA and Muslim SIO spar over love jihad: Report

A Christian organization, CASA (Christian Association and Alliance for Social Action), has come out strongly against love and narcotic jihad, as per a report in On the other hand, Muslim organizations say CASA is ‘spreading hate propaganda against the Muslim community’.

The allegations came out from Mananthavady in the Wayanad district and are now creating waves across Christian communities throughout Kerala. The Muslim population growth is more evident than Christians in Wayanad. In most taluks and villages, Muslims are the majority.

The Christian outfit’s campaign against grooming and narcotic jihad has reportedly educated many Christian community members. But now the Students Islamic Organization of India (SIO) has complained to the police. In a FB post, SIO Wayanad district president Muneeb N Azhari claimed he had filed a written complaint to the Pulpally police against the Wayanad district CASA committee office bearers.

According to Muneeb, ‘CASA constantly carries out communal campaigns against the Muslim community to destroy the social harmony of Kerala’. He has alleged a ‘hate propaganda’ against Muslim society.

It is estimated that 20,000 girls from various Christian churches have been victims of grooming jihad in Kerala since 2010. At least 15,000 of these girls are said to be living with the belief that their decision was wrong. Bringing them all back to Christianity is one of CASA’s primary goals, says the Janmabhumi report.

SIO says love and narcotic jihad are ‘propaganda to create hatred against the Muslim community’. The Christian outfit, meanwhile, is launching a vigorous campaign against jihad in Kerala. Last week they organized an awareness program; over half the attendees were schoolchildren.

SIO claimed CASA spread ‘misunderstanding’ among young Christians about the Muslim community. CASA has taken an aggressive stance and says there should be no more grooming jihad. Incidentally, CASA hates forced conversion to any religion.

Earlier, CASA leaders had strongly supported the Syro-Malabar Catholic Bishop Joseph Kallarangatt’s statement against narcotics and grooming jihad. CASA turned this statement into an extensive discussion. One cannot blame them since young educated Christian girls from Kerala have converted to Islam and become ISIS brides.

10 to 15 habeas corpus petitions are heard by the Kerala High Court every week. Unfortunately, the court leaves the girls to their own devices, citing that they are of age. Be it the Balaramapuram case or the Kasargod Uppala case, we firmly believe there are organized forces behind those who pretend to be lovers, CASA explained, citing examples.

As proof, CASA pointed out that a small group of radical Islamists bought and destroyed five lakh copies of books containing reports on ‘Love Jihad’ published by Kerala Kaumudi. Top lawyers who charge lakhs per sitting arrive to protect impoverished Muslim men when doubts are raised. Who is sponsoring these grooming jihadis and why?

In 99 percent of ‘Love Jihad’ cases, friends from the Muslim community are the main factor. This friend will go behind the scenes when the ‘love’ takes hold. The statement made by the Pala bishop on narcotic/grooming jihad is true. – says Kevin Peter, State President of CASA.

There have been past media reports too about representatives from CASA speaking out against Love Jihad and other forms of Islamist aggression – see this, this, this. A 2009 Times of India report also quotes one K S Samson, an office-bearer of Kochi-based Christian Association for Social Action (CASA) speaking against Love Jihad.

Formed in 1982, SIO is the quasi-militant student wing of the dangerous Jamaat-e-Islami Hind (JIH). Under the garb of activism, these highly radicalized students blindly justify Islamist atrocities. Their main contribution is their zest to defend young Muslim girls who wish to wear hijab to school.

Last September, five police officers, including a Sub Inspector from the Nadakkavu police station, sustained injuries during a march taken out by SIO activists to the missionary-run Providence Girls Higher Secondary School, Kozhikode.

They opposed school authorities who banned Muslim students’ headscarves inside the school campus. The school principal had informed in advance of the acceptable uniform code and banned headscarves. Some students reportedly discontinued their studies following the issue.

In July 2021, HinduPost reported how M P Basheer, well known Keralite journalist revealed the truth about JIH and its true intentions. In 2014, JIH ‘Amirs’ living in Kerala requested the King Abdul Aziz University in Saudi Arabia to increase the financial grant to create awareness and promote Pardah culture in Kerala and Bharat. This was part of a global project on Islamization sponsored by Saudi Arabia to whitewash it as the personal choice of Muslim women.

They used political Islam to make hijab mandatory across all madrassas, Arabic colleges, associated organizations, and the media. Basheer said it all began around 30 years ago when the Saudis started this Islamic project to change how Muslim ladies dress in Kerala for hundreds of centuries. He also said that top Muslim Islamists and journalists in Bharat were employed to assist them in this nefarious design, all allegedly paid by Arab paymasters.


25 July, 2023

An earlier version of this article incorrectly stated that the Christian outfit in question is “Church’s Auxiliary for Social Action”, whereas the correct name of the outfit is  Christian Association and Alliance for Social Action (CASA).

The error is regretted, and the article has been updated accordingly.

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