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India: Bishop decries ‘love jihad’ and ‘drug jihad,’ ‘In the eyes of a jihadi, non-Muslims are to be destroyed’ By Robert Spencer
Tuesday, September 14, 2021
Bishop Joseph Kallarangatt

Jihad Watch : Pope Francis has said, contrary to all the facts of the case, that “authentic Islam and the proper reading of the Koran are opposed to every form of violence.” Will he rebuke Bishop Joseph Kallarangatt? Stay tuned.  “Bishop Attacks ‘Drug Jihad’ Against Catholics,” by Jules Gomes,, September 10, 2021:

KERALA, India ( – A senior Syro-Malabar bishop has broken ranks with Pope Francis and the Indian Catholic hierarchy to confront the “narcotics and love jihad” being waged by Islamic extremists against Catholics in the southern state of Kerala.

Bishop Joseph Kallarangatt triggered a nationwide controversy after his Wednesday sermon warning against Muslim jihadis who use drugs and sex to groom and lure Catholic girls into Islam. The Syro-Malabar bishop was addressing a congregation at the famous archiepiscopal Marth Mariam Pilgrim Church in Kuravilangad, Kottayam district — a Marian pilgrim center that claims to date back to A.D. 105 and is steeped in the ancient Syriac tradition.

“From a tender age, girls are being targeted by jihadi groups getting them addicted to drugs,” Kallarangatt preached. “Drug jihad has become a reality, and youngsters from non-Muslim communities are being trapped and becoming slaves of such banned substances.” “The growing drug abuse cases in the state point in this direction. Such people operate out of restaurants, ice cream parlors and juice bars run by hardcore jihadis. This is validated by rave parties in Kerala and those who are caught for organizing them,” the bishop said.

“In the eyes of a jihadi, non-Muslims are meant to be destroyed,” Kallarangatt preached. “When the intention is to spread Islam and annihilate non-Muslims, two widely discussed methods are ‘love jihad’ and ‘narcotics jihad.'” “There is a section of people who want to establish that no such thing exists in our society today. They are trying to conceal the truth and reality,” the bishop added.

Robert Spencer Weighs In

In comments to Church Militant, renowned Islamic scholar Robert Spencer explained that “the use of drugs to conduct and finance jihad is long-established and has been going on for decades.”

“Before its first regime was toppled, the Taliban spoke of using opium to raise money and excused the practice since they weren’t selling drugs to Muslims, but only to non-Muslims,” Spencer, author of The History of Jihad: From Muhammad to ISIS noted.

“Kallarangatt speaks the truth, the truth that Pope Francis and so many others refuse to face. If Bp. Joseph were pope, the Church would have a more coherent and realistic approach to an ongoing and growing threat,” the academic added.

Addressing the issue of “love jihad,” Spencer elaborated:

It is likewise courageous of Bp. Joseph to speak out about the phenomenon of “love jihad,” which has victimized untold numbers of Christian women and girls, and Hindu and Sikh women and girls as well. In these cases, a Muslim woos and marries a non-Muslim, usually has children whom he raises Muslim and discards or even brutalizes the non-Muslim wife. It’s a means to increase the Islamic community at the expense of the non-Muslim communities.

Bishop Kallarangatt also accused jihadis of trapping and brainwashing girls from other religions, converting them and sending them to terrorist camps in Afghanistan.

“Nowadays, Christian girls are largely becoming victims of such traps,” he pointed out….
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