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Tuesday, March 21, 2023

“You will get both money and enjoyment”: Mosque teacher taught youth to trap non-Muslim girls

Abdul Majeed Khan, the committee member of a mosque in Fatehpur, UP has made a stunning disclosure about a cleric in the same mosque. He said that Hafiz Firoze Alam taught Muslim youth to trap girls of other religions for sexual exploitation, conversion and marriage. Hafiz means one who knows the Quran by heart.

Alam encouraged the youth with the promise of “money and enjoyment” to carry out these criminal and immoral acts.

Credit: Swati Goel Sharma

Alam also solemnised one such nikah of a Brahmin girl who was lured/forced to elope by a Muslim boy.

Khan, the elderly mosque committee member, said that Alam’s origins are not clear. He claims to be from Nepal but has never produced any proof of the same. By now, he has managed to get Aadhar card, ration card, and even passport made.

Alam was appointed at the Fatehpur mosque many years back. After working for 14-15 years, he was removed 2 years back from the mosque due to his objectionable teachings, Khan claims. He further alleges that he submitted written complaints against Alam with the police, including CO (Circle Officer) and SP, but no action was taken. He demanded that Alam be removed from their village so that social harmony is not affected.

As per journalist Swati Goel Sharma, Fatehpur police have now arrested Hafiz Firoze Alam under IPC sections 419,420,467,468,471 and Section 12 of Passport Act.

Grooming and Conversion racket

Fatehpur is the same place where recently arrested Mohammad Umar Gautam of Islamic Dawah Centre hails from. Umar ran a large conversion racket business and claimed to have converted at least 1,000 people to Islam, luring them with marriage, money and jobs.

The syndicate was converting physically impaired students and other poor people to Islam with funding from Pakistan’s Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) and other foreign agencies. ED registered a money laundering case and conducted searches at Umar’s residential and office premises in South Delhi’s Jamia area (close to Shaheen Bagh protest site) and several locations in Uttar Pradesh.

As new names came up, ore arrests were made including that of influential Maulana Kaleem Siddiqui from Meerut, who confessed to investigators –

“I made furthering the cause of the Ummah my duty and whenever we converted someone (to Islam), we informed our associated abroad who paid them a lot of money to remain within the Islamic fold and convert others. I benefitted a lot financially from it.”

An audio clip also emerged in which Siddiqui is heard saying how ‘upper caste’ Brahmin and Kshatriya Hindu girls are preferred targets.

However, several questions arise from the revelation made by Abdul Majeed Khan –

  • Why did the mosque committee not ascertain Alam’s credentials right at the beginning? How many such dubious clerics and teachers are working across Bharat in lakhs of mosques and madrassas?
  • For how long was Alam spewing such bigotry and indoctrinating Muslim youth? Why was he dismissed just 2 years back, and did some committee members play a part in protecting him?
  • Is Abdul Khan trying to pre-emptively distance himself from the matter, fearing a probe by investigative agencies now that the conversion syndicate is busted? A quick check of the written police complaints he claims to have made will put this doubt to rest.
  • Finally, why did police not act? Was it pressure by previous ‘secular’ governments, or just the usual apathy of our secular state institutions when anti-Hindu activities are reported? Similar police apathy due to a mistaken sense of political correctness was uncovered in the UK’s grooming gang menace.


For decades, liberals, HINOs and other Hinduphobes have dismissed the ground reports of grooming jihad/love jihad as a ‘hoax’. Countless cases were dismissed as routine ‘law & order’ issues, with arrogant demands to produce proof of organized syndicates targeting Hindu girls. Even proof in form of 1992 Ajmer khadims (hereditary servers at Chisti’s dargah) grooming gang, or other such criminals exposed from time to time, failed to convince them.

Now, we have even clearer proof of organized, foreign-funded syndicates involved in grooming jihad. But don’t expect the anti-Hindu cabal to feel any shame, to own up to their mistake and show empathy towards grooming jihad victims. They will find some new excuse to cover up for Firoze Alam, Mohammad Umar et al. Their self-loathing and Hindu hatred cannot be cured with facts and evidence.

There is now enough proof to expand the anti-conversion law brought by UP, MP and Gujarat, across the entire country. The mounting evidence of forced conversions by both Christian and Muslim missionaries – including IAS officers (exhibit A, exhibit B) – and repeated FCRA abuse by missionary NGOs, shows that there should be a complete ban on proselytization by Abrahamic missionaries.

Not surprisingly, sections of judiciary heavily influenced by liberal or Abrahamic ideology have started entertaining petitions against these much needed anti-conversion laws. Gujarat HC has even put a stay on Gujarat’s anti-conversion law, which the Gujarat govt. plans to challenge in SC.

To avoid this judicial activism and overreach on a critical matter which threatens to tear apart the nation’s social fabric, it is imperative that the Government amend Article 25 to remove the right to propagate Abrahamic religions.

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  1. Thought it may appear shocking, this is actually commonplace among muslims. Their leaders and preachers are very encourging towards youth who can “trap” Hindu girls for conversion. Sexual enjoyment is added perk of the job.


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