He said that no one but the church would say that conversion was taking place. Muraleedharan; John Brittas’ response to beware of sheep-skinned wolves 2022



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He said that no one but the church would say that conversion was taking place. Muraleedharan; John Brittas’ reply that sheep-skinned wolves should be kept

Kozhikode: There is a love jihad in Kerala, says Union Minister V. John Brittas MP responds to Muraleedharan’s remark John Brittas said those who come in sheepskin wolves should be taken care of.

The two were mentioned at the ordination ceremony of the Father of the Archdiocese of Thalassery, Archbishop Mar Joseph Pamplani.

Muraleedharan said Islamic extremists were targeting non-Muslim girls and trying to convert working girls to Islam. John Brittas made this clear in response to this.

‘Do not allow the flames of hatred and animosity to enter this country on the North Indian soil. No matter who says it from this platform, we have the determination to defend it. We cannot move forward by forgetting the martyr Stan Swamy.

When hatred and animosity erupt, Kerala is telling the world the goodness of defending it. I urge everyone to be wary of those who are proud of their power and those who come as wolves in sheep’s clothing, ‘said John Brittas on stage.

Muraleedharan said that many reports say that there is love jihad in Kerala and those responsible should investigate it.

‘No one but the church leadership will say that there is an attempt to convert Christian girls. When a community that is present in all parts of Kerala speaks like this, those responsible should investigate it. Instead, should those who say so be portrayed as criminals? Moreover, it was the then Chief Minister V.S. Achuthanandan was the first to say. There are even police reports that love jihad is going on in Kerala.

In 2017, the English newspaper reported a police report that the group, known as the Dhawas Guard, was working towards this goal. The report goes on to say that Islamist extremists, the largest political party in Kerala, are targeting non-Muslim girls and trying to convert working girls to Islam. Despite the evidence, why is it still reluctant to face the church’s concerns? Muraleedharan said.

Content Highlights: John Brittas gives reply to V Muraleedharan

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