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Kerala: Muslim woman weds Christian, kin face boycott

The couple got their marriage registered at a local office of the state registration department on October 19.

By: Express News Service | Thiruvananthapuram | Published: October 23, 2017 2:04 am

A mosque committee in Kerala’s Malappuram district has called for boycott of a Muslim man and his family after he allowed his daughter to marry a Christian.

The mosque committee at Kondiparamba issued a circular on October 18, urging its members not to cooperate with Kunnummel Youseph, who had decided to marry off his daughter Jaseela to one Tiso Tomy, according to sources.

The couple got their marriage registered at a local office of the state registration department on October 19.

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    Pulimurugan
    Oct 23, 2017 at 7:10 am
    Had it been vice versa or a Hindu girl with a Muslim man and if Hindu organizations raise their voice, the so called 'secularist masters' in Kerala, politicians, the channels like Manorama (Choriyathe vayya Shani), Venu (Mathrubhumi channel self styled judge), Binu (Asianet channel 'Judge') and the great Nikesh kumar of Reporters channel ( who was humbled down in Assembly election by his own family voters for contesting in CPM ticket, whose atrocities on his father remained in them with tragic memories), should have made special news hours to condemn the Hindu organizations. Now here, it is Muslim fatwas and there is no harm. A muslim communist or a Christian communist could go to Masjid and Church ( Hajj and Vatican), but a Hindu communist is banned from going to a temple. This is the great secularism existing in Kerala's secularists, including the 'Award wapasee' heroes !!! These conducive minded section feels, Kerala is India and India is Kerala !!!
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