Weekly Hindu Persecution Digest: 31 May-7 June 2015
1. Love Jihad in Kerala: 49 Cases Reported in 2 Weeks
Report: Following the gruesome death of Anuja, a student of Maharajas College, Ernakulam in a recent instance of Love Jihad, as many as 49 cases have been registered in the last two weeks, a plea for help coming in mainly from guardians- a sure sign that society is indeed waking up to this new form of terror being unleashed in by Jihadists, to break Hindu society.
2. Karnataka to drop 175 cases against PFI, BJP cries foul
Report: The Karnataka cabinet on Monday decided to drop cases against activists of pro-Muslim organisations Popular Front of India (PFI) and Karnataka Forum for Dignity (KFD), who were booked for rioting in different parts of the state in recent years.
3. Millennium-old temple idol stolen in Kasaragod
Report: Two idols of the over 1000-year-old Kammadath Bhagavathy Temple in Kasaragod district have been stolen. The idols, one of them being made of ‘panchaloha’ (five metal-alloy of gold, silver, copper, iron and lead), are estimated to cost Rs 16 lakh in the market.