Fight the Love Jihad!

26 Oct

The Muslims are coming! The Muslims are coming!

Jihadis around the world are plotting to blow up people, take over governments and generally unleash holy hell – but in South India, they have a much more sinister plan. Powerfully affected by its balmy weather and spicy food, evil jihadis have concocted a devious plan to destroy society as we know it.

Romeo Jihadis (actual term) will love up Hindu and Christian girls! After which they will elope with them! And marry them! And convert them to Islam! And then…and then…er, and then bad things will happen! So bad, nobody but the evil Love Jihadis can imagine what they are! (WARNING: might include sex!)

That’s right! Marriage is a holy war against infidels for Muslims! What’s next – children? How low can you get, Muslims?

The Sri Ram Sene will agitate against this! The SNDP Yogam will “unleash propaganda“! The VHP and Bajrang Dal want special squads to check (read: hunt and destroy) this nascent attack on our society! The Kerala and Karnataka High Courts want some answers!

[Well, according to The Hindu, some answers were provided, but we want different answers! Preferably ones that agree that there is a Love Jihad!]


Posted by on October 26, 2009 in Life, News, Politics, Video


41 responses to “Fight the Love Jihad!

  1. Sraboney

    October 26, 2009 at 9:21 pm

    People need employment to be kept busy!!! Sheesh!!! What craziness!!! What is the world coming to?

  2. apu

    October 26, 2009 at 11:35 pm

    I was thinking of blogging about this myself. Crazy. I also don’t understand how the Karnataka High Court directed a 23-year old woman to ‘return to her parents’ home’ although she stated that she had married and converted willingly.

  3. sanjaychoudhry

    October 27, 2009 at 12:32 am

    It is just a trick to produce Muslims from the womb of non-Muslim women and increase Muslim population. (That is why a Muslim girl marrying a non-Muslim is hounded and killed.) The added humiliation of non-Muslim men is a bonus.

  4. sanjaychoudhry

    October 27, 2009 at 12:33 am

    There is also the angle of human trafficking involved in this, as these women are taken to madarssas from where they are not allowed to step out. The become the captive breeding cows of Islam.

  5. sanjaychoudhry

    October 27, 2009 at 4:34 am

    “After which they will elope with them! And marry them! And convert them to Islam! And then…and then…er, and then bad things will happen!”

    Better stick to movies and popcorn to showcase your “intellect.” You have no clue about what actually is happening on the ground.

  6. sachita

    October 28, 2009 at 3:21 am

    “Kerala and Karnataka High Courts want some answers!” ?? are we missing something that they saw?
    This whole media attention on Ram sena disturbs me. I suspect he isnt like Raj Thackeray who has a mass following(atleast based on the votes), Ram sena is getting famous/notorious purely through the media.

    Ps: hurray! Hindu is finally getting a true online news site instead of the archaic format they had before.

  7. Jawahara Saidullah

    October 28, 2009 at 4:40 am

    Ugh…how many ways of offensive was this? This paranoia has been around forever, that Muslim men marry non-Muslim women so as to raise the numbers of the ummah. That’s why I decided to tilt the balance by bagging me a Muslim man. See Muslim sisters need to help our jihadi brothers, no? *shudders* Oh wait….he didn’t convert….and I’m not much of a Muslim either. Baaad plan! Never mind.

    I am dumbfounded and saddened by this movie and this whole concept of love jihadism. I mean is this what we need now? Some more paranoia and hatred-inducing, jingoistic crap?

    There are real issues to be dealt with in terms of religion and fundamentalism. But how can we, when most people end up obsessed with love jihadis stealing away their behen-beti.

    This is depressing, but thanks so much for this post, A. As always extremely well-written and entertaining, with a unique perspective.

  8. Jawahara Saidullah

    October 28, 2009 at 4:43 am

    Ooops…I meant I bagged me a non-Muslim man. And no, Sanjaychoudhry neither of us were killed nor have we managed to produce some Muslim spawn. And I did not even sell him to some evil kotha-wali to fulfill my evil purposes either. Some bonus humiliation huh?

  9. Amrita

    October 28, 2009 at 10:30 am

    Bones – a certain amount of veylapan I can understand and even expect out of most political parties but this is just downright horrible, yaar. Was everybody in court actually listening to this crap with a serious face?

    Apu – it boggles the mind. When the parents came in on the second try and fed the judge the terrorism line, it didn’t cross his mind that this might be a way to force the girl to come home? Daal mein kuch kaala, methinks.

    Sanjay Chaudhury – oh snap! It took you three tries to figure out I was calling you a moron but that’s told me! And you’re totally right, you know far more about “ground realities” given the amount of time you apparently spend huddled under your bed waiting for the evil Muslim to come steal your wimmins.

    Sachita – that’s what I want to know! I didn’t know I could just make shit up and get things done. “Your Honor, stop this Coca Cola Jihad – jihadis are stealing all the Pepsi bottles and forcing the public to drink Coke. This is destabilising the world economy!”
    I love The Hindu’s new format!

    J – Ugh…how many ways of offensive was this?
    RIGHT? I couldn’t believe my eyes as I was reading it. It was like an Onion piece got picked up by some humor challenged newspaper.
    Oh, and total terrorism fail on your marriage! 😀

  10. sanjaychoudhry

    October 28, 2009 at 11:11 am

    “Sanjay Chaudhury – oh snap! It took you three tries to figure out I was calling you a moron but that’s told me! And you’re totally right, you know far more about “ground realities” given the amount of time you apparently spend huddled under your bed waiting for the evil Muslim to come steal your wimmins.”

    Sound like famous last words of a useful idiot.

    Go back to your Coke, Pizza and Bart Simpson show. These things of clash of civilisations are beyond you. Don’t exert too much.

    • Amrita

      October 28, 2009 at 1:05 pm

      HAHAHHAAH!!! Now I get why you’re so terrified of the evil Muslims – you don’t even know how to insult properly. Kindly stop trolling my board. You aren’t even good at that.

  11. dustedoff

    October 29, 2009 at 12:07 am

    A clash of civilisations can happen only if both parties involved act in a civilised manner, no? 😉

    Way to go, Amrita. Well done.

  12. sanjaychoudhry

    October 29, 2009 at 8:32 am

    Amrita, better improve your standard of debate than restricting it to inserting “HAHAHHAAH!!!” and “err..err..err..” in every post. Then another idiot comes along and starts patting your back in what seems like a mutual admiration epidemic. Either this board is run by jholawalla types or some mohtarmahas. Err… eerr… errr…

  13. dustedoff

    October 29, 2009 at 11:46 am

    Just because somebody doesn’t agree with your point of view doesn’t make them an idiot. And really, isn’t civilisation all about being civilised?
    You want to make your point, make it in a rational way that will convince others. Being rude and offensive won’t win you any supporters.

  14. sanjaychoudhry

    October 30, 2009 at 9:02 am

  15. sanjaychoudhry

    October 30, 2009 at 9:02 am

    Oh… moderation, eh? My blog gets 500 unique visitors a day. So up yours.

  16. dustedoff

    October 30, 2009 at 11:40 am

    Tut-tut. Such language!

  17. Amrita

    October 30, 2009 at 1:12 pm

    SirSpamALot – NO! You get !!500!! visitors on this mysterious blog of yours? My goodness, aren’t you a catch?! I wonder if everyone here knows they have a celebrity in their midst?
    So here’s a question: why don’t you to stick to sharing your views with your wonderful audience and fuck off? If “improving” my board means I have to agree with bigoted fools like you then I’m happy as I am. Also, pls click on the Hindu link. I’ll take its word over Midday’s anyday. But Midday’s exactly your speed.

    Dustedoff – it’s a function of his highly evolved intelligence. Dumbass troll.

  18. Ramsu

    November 1, 2009 at 2:49 pm

    Open question: If our wimmin ogle Salman Khan, does it count?


  19. dustedoff

    November 2, 2009 at 12:23 am

    Or Shahrukh or Saif or Aamir… or Zaheer Khan or Irfan Pathan…

  20. The Omniscient

    November 4, 2009 at 8:43 am

    This is my comment posted for the story of Rizwanur Rehman in Kolkatta. It is valid here also.

    “Non muslim girls marrying muslims are doomed to be a disaster. My objections:

    > the girls will be invariably from affluent families and the husband can not afford to maintain her earlier lifestyle

    > the girls brought up in liberal circumstances can not adjust to the suffocating surroundings for women in Islam

    > in Islam marriage is a contract and can be terminated by the husband by uttering triple talaaq; in Pakistan Hindu girls are regularly abducted, forcibly converted and married off to muslims. Six months later, they are abandoned and they become destitutes. The status of women in Islam is worse beyond imagination.

    > I can not accept a teacher marrying his own student; it is against professional ethics.

    > the boy has brought dishonour to the family and he should be killed to protect the honour of the family. This is in accordance with shariaat.

    > Ram Madhav earlier quoted the instance of a UP senior IAS officer married to a muslim lady. Their son died and there was virtually a war whether to cremate or to bury.

    > Culturally they are poles apart and the marriage will never work

    > there is a definite attempt by muslim boys to lure Hindu/Christian girls to marriage; it is an effort to increase the market share

    > Betty Mohamed, an American lady, married an Iranian doctor and after seven years, she was persuaded to go to Iran with the daughter; the husband became a fanatic and started imposing Arab customs on them. She escaped to USA after great difficulty and she has written a book, ”Not Without My Daughter”. It is favourite present when any American girl marries a muslim. It is also filmed.

    > muslim girls can cope up with marriage because they brainwashed from birth

    > US state department has brought out a booklet advising American ladies against marrying muslims

    What is your response”

    • vishwa

      November 16, 2009 at 2:51 pm

      I do not know what to make out of this comment. “the girls will be invariably from affluent families and the husband can not afford to maintain her earlier lifestyle” Are you being sarcastic or serious while writing something of this sort? Or is it your arrogance that is showcased here? If you are being serious about this let me stoop down to the level of your comment and say this: “Some of the richest nations in the world are the arab nations”. In that case muslim guys will be from affluent families and tonnes richer than the non muslim girls you talk about. And to bring in something as trivial as money and affluence in to marriage or love just shows the narrow mindedness of the person. Your other points are even more contradicting. You say that non muslim girls might have been brought up under liberal circumstances. Based on argument that you have put forth I do not get a sense of you being liberal.

  21. Amrita

    November 5, 2009 at 2:00 pm

    Do you want a line by line response or do you want a one line response? Because the answer to all those points is simply this: unless you’re a non Muslim woman getting married to a Muslim man, none of the above is any of your business. Welcome to the secular Republic of India where you can mind your own damned business when your fellow citizens make their personal decisions.

  22. The Omniscient

    November 5, 2009 at 9:27 pm

    Rubbish. Not when secular India is converted into a dhimmi India and jihad love is assembly line manufactured. Can a muslim girls marry a Hindu? It is one way traffic for the believers and it is comforting only for the secular fanatics; who want to destroy the non muslims.

  23. Amrita

    November 6, 2009 at 1:16 pm

    If you could change reality by just saying “rubbish” then you’d be the most powerful person in the world, no? The problems besetting India are not ascribable to any one community or else, to use one of your own examples, Hindu women in North India wouldn’t be hunted down like animals and killed to satisfy the “honor” of their families.
    And yes, actually, Muslim girls not only can but do marry Hindus.

  24. Ram Puniyani from tehelka

    November 6, 2009 at 2:32 pm


    Pls do not comment spam, leave a link instead.

  25. shibu

    November 8, 2009 at 9:30 am

    its all about the failure of a campus love. stories are half told and the other half is in the hands of fabricators. A good sphere to hold.

  26. The Omniscient

    November 9, 2009 at 1:14 am

    “And yes, actually, Muslim girls not only can but do marry Hindus.” Plain rubbish. They will be killed; death is the punishment for the apostates. Latest is the case of Rajnessh in Jammu.

  27. the mad momma

    November 15, 2009 at 8:21 am

    Is it love jihad when a Hindu boy marries a Christian girl and makes her produce Hindu offspring from a Christian womb? Specially if she does come from a more affluent family and more “liberal circumstances” and cannot adjust to the suffocating surroundings of his family? And is it unethical because he was senior to me at the workplace?

    The mind boggles…. Specially considering I’m the 7th or 8th Christian girl from my family marrying a non-Christian. I think its a conspiracy. And all of you are in on it…

    *narrows eyes and look around suspiciously*

    seriously Ams – why do you entertain the bigots? On the other hand – where would we go for our daily dose of entertainment?

    • Sin Seerly Speaking

      November 16, 2009 at 3:02 pm

      the mad momma — you have now opened my eyes! Of course The Hindu is to blame for EVERYTHING! It happened to me too. Here’s how:

      I was home on vacation, college final year… all set to go back for my senti sem when the stupid Hindu paper changed the course of my life.

      Our paper-route boy was out sick and this new boy they sent apparently does inky pinky ponky before he tosses “a” paper on third-floor balconies.

      And thus, that morning in December, our household — after two decades of intense Indian Express loyalty — bowed low before The Hindu and its famed matrimonial column. All I can say is what started as a “game”, thanks to a paper we hadn’t so much as looked at in ages, wound up with a wedding date fixed for the following summer.

      But the Muslim brethren, bless their souls, did all they could to come to the rescue of a clueless college girl cosmically “conned” into holy matrimony by the Hindu hegemony. They went all out to stage a Muharram procession just so my taxi to the Paharganj station (an hour from my aunt’s house in Delhi, where I’d landed after saying a tearful bye bye to my college just the previous day) would be held up at the gate. Tell me, who would go to such lengths to help someone who is not even “one of them”? And there I sat, gaping, watching the TN Express pull out — without me on board.

      I could’ve/should’ve seen the “sign”… to bail out of that wedding to take place a week later. (For four years, I’ve been taking that train out of Delhi, and meri gaadi ek bhar bhi nahin chooti hai, see?)

      But no. Fate proposes and the Hindu disposes, was my subconscious mantra by then. And so, my dad’s best friend’s son, Krishnan, who’d come to see me off and was in the taxi at the time, swung into action. After dropping me back at aunt’s, he made calls, visited numerous travel agents, and basically moved heaven and earth to make the impossible happen: Get *one* air ticket out of Delhi, at short notice, at the start of summer. (Btw, I had these big crates and things — since I was vacating my hostel room for good — that I had to saddle my aunt with bringing back on the train the next day, and she hates me for that till date!)

      The rest, as we know, is hardly history-making — a Hindu-Hindu wedding! But end of story, it is not. Because the last I heard, Benedictine Monks are surreptitiously seducing Hindu wives with their wistful chants…

  28. divz

    November 15, 2009 at 3:05 pm

    Hopped over from ‘the mad momma’, and girl you got it right! I couldn’t agree more with you. I wonder when exactly are people going to consider pondering over REAL ISSUES

  29. Manasa

    November 16, 2009 at 12:45 am

    This is beyond ridiculous! The fact that seemingly educated people buy into this nonsense is saddening. I am a Hindu woman married to a Muslim man and the fact that some goons and morons feel like they have the right to decide whats right or wrong for me makes me livid..

  30. Phoenixritu

    November 16, 2009 at 2:05 am

    This is insanity. I am amazed you guys can joke about it(dark humor but humor nevertheless) Makes me feel as though my world is getting more petty and intolerant day by day!

    Came here for the first time via Mad Momma. Will be visiting regularly now

  31. vishwa

    November 16, 2009 at 2:53 pm


    landed on your blog through Mad Momma’s and was ROFLing at the comments your post got…Heights! Do visit my blog to!

  32. Amrita

    November 16, 2009 at 3:20 pm

    MM – muahahahahha!!! We’ll do anything to retain majority status!!! *flicks beady eyes, rubs hands together*
    I still can’t believe these people are for real.

    SSS – wahhh! Why don’t I ever have a love story like that?

    Divz – welcome! The problem with real issues is that it requires real solutions. It’s a lot easier to just sit around and make shit up that serves your agenda. 😦

    Manasa – lolz, wait until they explain how you couldn’t possibly have the brains to make your decisions and your life is a giant scam. It’s probably because you have lady parts. Everybody knows those things make the wimmins no good.

    Phoenixritu – welcome to the blog! Well, if you don’t laugh then the other options are cry or get angry. Both require too much effort. Esp for a news item that reads like it belongs in the Onion.

    Vishwa – welcome and will do! Oh, and my particular favorite of that list is the one about “Not Without My Daughter” as a wedding gift. Like he even gets invited. :mrgreen:

    • Sin Seerly Speaking

      November 17, 2009 at 2:05 pm

      “wahhh! Why don’t I ever have a love story like that?” — Apni balcony pe nazar rak, Rapunzel. And pssst… Careful what you wish for. 😛

  33. Allytude

    November 16, 2009 at 5:26 pm

    OMG what a serious conspiracy. The wimmins are being taken over the holy Hindu religion is going to be overrun by all these unclean peoples. OMG ( oops that should be OM only the G is part of the nefarious Christian conspiracy in school to convert peoples)!!!

    Is the sanjay and th Omniscent person Poes? Or is such asininity real?

  34. Aathira

    November 17, 2009 at 12:58 pm

    I never came across this.. actually just heard about the movie recently and went ahead and read about it after The Mad Momma’s post and yours. Outrageous I must add!

    First time here… and shall be coming often now. You have a nice blog here.

  35. Inexplicably

    November 18, 2009 at 8:52 am


    I don’t want to ever watch this film.

    I loved your take on it and agree with most. But on a different level altogether its a murky world out there.

  36. aneela z

    November 19, 2009 at 6:33 am

    hopped here from MM’s site, want to raise my hand and be counted…pliss to tell The Omniscient that perhaps he/she is not the “all knowing” after all… my husband and me continue to be together and in good health. Disappointed?
    I realise today we might be the exception but fingers crossed we might be the norm one day.

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