New Delhi: The central government has informed that three women from Kerala who accompanied their husbands to fight with the ISIS is now jailed in Kabul. Nimisha, Nafeeza, and Mariam are the three women who hails from Kerala. In total, ten widows from India whose husbands were slain in the war is currently jailed in Afghanistan. The central government is yet to take decision of bringing them back to India.
Nimisha hails from Thiruvananthapuram, Nafeeza from Kannur and Mariam is from Kochi. Incidentally, Mariam is the wife of Nimisha’s husband’s brother.
Nafeeza’s husband was killed by US drones in Afghanistan earlier. While Nafeeza has three children, Nimisha is mother to one child. The National Investigation Agency (NIA) has not taken any decision about the children on these women.
The NIA said that in an interaction with these women the agency found that they are still adamant about their support to the dreaded Islamic State organization.
The ISIS recruiters had brainwashed these women completely into believing that Islamic terrorism and jihad was justified. They actively supported the murder and torture of thousands of innocent lives across the middle east. These women became under the influence of these Islamic terrorists by being victims of love jihad in Kerala.
The threat of love jihad is still present unopposed in Kerala. Many women are falling victims to this heinous activities. The victims are Hindu and Christian girls who are forced to convert to Islam after being raped and filmed by Muslim boys.