Leg-chopping: Police suspect Islamic court role

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  1. ani82v

    ani82v Senior Member Senior Member

    Jul 6, 2012
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    Kerala keeps getting better and better. The model of development and social progress and harmony!

    Leg-chopping: Police suspect Islamic court role

    The Kerala Police have got indications that Islamic courts could be existing in Kerala which, according to security experts who participated in a recent NIA conference, has emerged as the fountainhead of Islamist terror in the country.

    In the remand report submitted in the First Class Judicial Magistrate court in Paravur near Kochi after the arrest of the first accused in the case pertaining to a leg-chopping incident on August 7, the police said the perpetrators, belonging to Islamist Popular Front of India (PFI), were people who wanted the reign of Islamic laws above the Indian Constitution.

    The report was submitted in the court in connection with the remand of Shihab, PFI’s Paravur area secretary, who was first accused in the case relating to the heinous attack on hotelier Nasser Vaniyakkad on the morning of August 7. In a Taliban-model attack, the assailants hacked Nasser in the leg several times when he was returning home after performing Namaz at a mosque.

    According to the police, the PFI activists involved in the attack on Nasser are people who would do anything for establishing supremacy of Islamic law. The accused believe in physically eliminating anybody opposed to their Islamist programmes. Shihab, who along with his brother Ayub had blocked Nasser to attack him, was arrested from Thrissur on August 11.

    Now how do you think these chaps are going to react when UP, Raj, Mah, Kar, AP Muslims are on rampage? But how come no news from Kerala though one Assam riots?
    Last edited: Aug 18, 2012
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  3. Predator

    Predator Regular Member

    Apr 25, 2012
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    slow march of sharia in kerala

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