New Delhi: As the UP police investigation into the religious conversion racketeering deepens, several disturbing reports emerge. The racketeering that operated from Jamia Nagar in Delhi, under which Hindus were converted into Muslims by brainwashing or enticing them, has ties to many states across the country.
Zee News Editor-in-Chief Sudhir Chaudhary on Wednesday (June 23) presented the third edition of the ongoing “Jihad” for religious conversion series in which he decoded 32 conversion certificates from people from various states.
Out of the 32 certificates, surprisingly, most of them were Hindu girls converted to Muslims.
The 32 such certificates show that in states like Uttar Pradesh, Delhi, Haryana, Madhya Pradesh, Jharkhand and Maharashtra, people belonging to the Hindu religion have been converted to Islam.
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Of these, 26 certificates are such that the conversion date, the issue date or both are not mentioned. Apart from that, there are two certificates in which only the name and cell phone number of the person is written and there is no other information.
Apart from that, there are four such certificates in which the certificate issue date has been overridden, indicating that there was an attempt to tamper with the dates.
Jamia Nagar Islamic Dawah Center in Delhi issued all these certificates and converted Hindus on a large scale.
The certificates contain statements such as âThere is no God but Allahâ and âMohmmad is the Messenger of Allahâ.
The name of Qazi Mufti Jahangir Alam is inscribed on all certificates. He was arrested by the Uttar Pradesh police.
We also got the information that this Islamic organization of Jamia Nagar was receiving funds from other countries to convert Hindus. We have learned that the Islamic Center in Dawah has been funded by some NGOs from the Islamic countries of the UAE, Qatar and Kuwait. And this money did not come directly to the Islamic Center in Dawah, but rather reached NGO bank accounts in different states of India.
In the investigation of the UP police, it also emerged that this institution was also funded by the All India United Democratic Front, the political party in Assam led by Badruddin Ajmal.
Abu Ameenah Bilal Philips, who heads the Islamic Online University in Qatar, is also believed to have a connection with the Dawah Islamic Center.
Bilal Phillips is the same cleric who is said to be an aide to Zakir Naik, who fled India after being accused of having links to terrorist activity.
Today we want to make it clear that we respect all religions but we oppose systematic conversion carried out by means of coercion or greed.