Website launched to pay tributes victims of 1921 Jihad in Kerala
One of the biggest genocide of Hindus in Kerala in recent History was that of Mappila riots of 1921. These riots changed the whole demography of Malabar region by murder, rape, and forceful conversion of Hindus in the area. Many Hindus who flee the area leaving all their valuables and property could never come back to regain their land. To add salt in the wounds of Hindu psyche in Kerala our ‘Secular’ leaders and Communist Historians wiped off most of the evidences of this genocide and dubbed this Jihad against Hindus as a glorified Freedom struggle and peasant movement.
With the advent of internet, many bitter truths hide off from the eyes of Hindus started to resurface – Thanks to efforts of ‘Internet Hindus’. In Kerala an exclusive website to pay tributes to the victims of this Jihad has been launched.
The website http://www.1921lahala.com/index.php has been launched last Sunday by Akhil Bharateeya Saha Prachar Pramukh Shri J Nandakumar. Kshetreeya Pracharak Sri Sthanumaalayanji were also present. The website designed in Malayalam have collected many documentary evidences to open the eyes of sleeping Hindus who now lives in a denial mode against the threat of Jihad looming above our neck. A blog has also been dedicated to expose this Jihad for those who cannot read Malayalam – http://mappilalahala5113.blogspot.in/
HK request all our readers to pay tribute to the veerbalidani’s of this Jihad who opted death instead of converting to a violent faith called Islam by registering in the website.
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