MUSLIM MASTER AND HIS HINDU "BITCH". SET TRADITION FOR 1,000 YEARS.

Date: 31/05/2014

THIS IS NOT AN ISOLATED CASE.

To our national SHAME & DISGRACE it is always the Hindu BRIDE (backed by secular, detached and delinked "herd of cattle") and a Mohammed as GROOM (cocky with the surety of being strongly backed by global Islam). The same tragedy is seen in Bollywood with the "Khans" ruling the roost, never a Musalmani (Muslim female) actress with a Hindu hero! They threaten to assassinate the Hindu and set fire to the cinema!

This tradition of Muslim Master and his Hindu "BITCH" must be stopped if we wish to deter other Hindu females rejecting their parents, relatives, religion and sometimes even country, in order to give her womb to a Jehadi* Mohammed for reproduction.

(* A Muslim regards the "conquest" of a non Muslim female as his duty. He regards it "victory" of Islam. Producing more Mohammeds out of an Infidel female is the highest service to his Allah and "Qaum".)

This is going on for the last ONE THOUSAND YEARS. It not only demoralises and weakens the Hindu nation but also endangers the security of the whole country.

In 1947 those "INDIAN" MUSLIMS were all the offspring of HINDUS who turned our bitter ENEMIES, killers, rapists and looters. Do we wish that to happen to our own coming generations, too?

Who will LEGISLATE on the subject? Who will tear up this BOGUS and deceptive Constitution for the Partitioned India with the Muslim interests ON TOP? How long will the Central Government take, to stop this ONE WAY traffic of our girls?

WHAT ABOUT THE RIGHTS OF PARENTS WHO BROUGHT UP THE GIRL WITH LOVE AND SACRIFICE IN HINDU TRADITION?

There should be a Ministry of (Hindu) Morale, too.
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PS: RSS, VHP and BAJRANG DAL ought to start a petition to Shri Modi and collect at least 100,000 signatures on it as well as TAKE OUT PROCESSIONS in all major cities to condemn this slavish tradition of Hindu bride/Muslim groom.
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In a message dated 31/05/2014 04:40:22 GMT Daylight Time, XXXXXXX writes:

(Odisha) Brahmakumari Doctor Dr. Pratima Sahoo converts to Islam to marry Pakistani Facebook Love-Jihadi

This is the natural outcome of the BrahmaKumaris' confused, pseudo-secular dogma ("We are not followers of Hindu religion but of universal spirituality" and "All religions are the same" nonsense) that they preach to their followers.


Soon, she may be writing a Pakistani sequel to the book-movie "Escape from Taliban"("A Kabuliwala's Bengali Wife") by the unfortunate Indian Hindu woman (Sushmita Banerjee) who married an Afghan and was murdered by Muslims in this trans-border Love-Jihad racket !


Either that, or she will be a "breeding-cow" for Islam, producing babies by the dozen before being divorced with a simple "Talaq.Talaq.Talaq" or worse, stoned to death for alleged adultery !


P.S: Pratima was associated with a spiritual order (Prajapita Brahmakumari) for the past 10 years. She mostly stayed in its ashram in Bolangir town. The ashram's head Premlata Jena said she was not aware about Pratima's dalliance with the social networking site or her friend.


http://www.indiatvnews.com/news/india/cross-border-love-odisha-doctor-marries-friend-in-pakistan--37326.html

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Cross-border love: Odisha doctor marries friend in Pakistan
India TV news desk [ Updated 28 May 2014, 07:41:02 ]
Cross-border love: Odisha doctor marries friend in Pakistan

New Delhi: A beyond-border friendship that started on the internet soon turned into love, making an Indian lady doctor to come to Layyah and marry the love of her life after leaving everything behind.

The couple tied the knot after the bride-to-be converted to Islam, the religion of the groom-to-be.

Doctor Pratima Sahoo who belonged to Bolangir city in Odisha gave up her religion, country and life in India only to be with the love of her life.

26-year-old Dr Pratima stumbled upon the profile of 32-year-old Pakistani man Mohammed Mansha from Layyah on a website and this is how the contact started.

The friendship soon turned to love and the Indian beauty came to the love of her life while leaving everything behind.

Layyah, a district in Pakistan's Punjab province, is 460 km south of Islamabad.

Pratima reached Pakistan last week on a 90-day tourist visa. She was received warmly by Mansha and his family.

On the next day, Pratima was converted to Islam by a cleric who gave her the new name - Maryam and the couple exchanged vows at a local mosque.

The couple tied the knot as per the Islamic Nikah ritual and enjoined each other to live happily ever after.

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http://www.dailymail.co.uk/indiahome/indianews/article-2639899/I-love-Pakistan-Orissa-woman-meets-husband-Facebook.html

'I found my love in Pakistan': Orissa woman meets her husband through Facebook
By QASWAR ABBAS IN ISLAMABAD

26 May 2014

In July 2013, Dr Pratima Sahoo, a resident of Orissa's Balangir district, was spending her time on Facebook when she came across the profile of Pakistani national Muhammad Mansha.


This was the beginning of a cross-border love story which culminated in their marriage in Pakistan's Layyah district.


As it turned out, the first meeting at the social networking website changed their lives.

Love-bird: Dr Pratima Sahoo, now Maryam, (left) and Mohd Mansha (right) met on Facebook
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Love-bird: Dr Pratima Sahoo, now Maryam, (left) and Mohd Mansha (right) met on Facebook


"We have been in touch for almost six months. It was then we fell in love and decided to get married," Mansha told reporters.


Layyah, a district in Pakistan's Punjab province, is 460km south of Islamabad. Pratima, 26, reached Pakistan last week on a 90-day tourist visa.


She was received warmly by Mansha, 32, and his family. The next day, Pratima was converted to Islam by a cleric who gave her the new name Maryam - and the couple exchanged vows at a local mosque.

"I am extremely happy to find my love. I will apply for Pakistani citizenship at the earliest. I will love to stay with my husband and his parents," Maryam was quoted as saying

On Monday, Mansha's family visited a local court to start legal work to obtain Maryam's Pakistani citizenship.


The couple were informed that it would take some time to get the papers ready.


"We are getting the documents ready to be submitted to the Ministry of Interior for Maryam's citizenship. Let us see what happens next," Mansha told Mail Today over the phone.

It is the second such instance of a cross-border love story courtesy of Facebook. In April, 2013, Indian engineer Hamid Ansari arrived in Pakistan to meet his beloved, whom he met on Facebook. Ansari, however, went missing soon after he landed. Hamid is believed to be in the custody of Pakistani intelligence agencies on the charge of entering Pakistan without obtaining a valid visa.


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http://www.hindustantimes.com/india-news/love-without-borders-odisha-girl-elopes-with-pakistani-facebook-friend/article1-1224521.aspx

Love without borders: Odisha girl elopes with Pakistani Facebook friend
Priya Ranjan Sahu, Hindustan Times Bhubaneswar, May 30, 2014

Police in Odisha's Balangir district have started investigations to trace a girl who is said to have crossed over to Pakistan and married her Facebook friend.

The family of the girl filed a missing person complaint after Pakistani and international media reported about her elopement.

"We have started an investigation and looking at all angles. We are probing whether she has went to Pakistan," Balangir inspector in-charge Tariq Ahmed told HT on Friday.

International media reported three days back that Pratima Sahoo (26) fell in love with Pakistani national Muhammad Mansha (32) after coming in contact with him about a year back through the social networking site.

A fortnight back, she went to Layyah, a district in Punjab province of Pakistan, about 460 km south of Islamabad, converted to Islam and got married to Mansha in a local mosque.

She reportedly changed her name to Maryam.

"I am extremely happy to find my love. I will apply for Pakistani citizenship at the earliest. I will love to stay with my husband and his parents," she was quoted as saying in the Daily Mail.

Pratima's family had no idea about her whereabouts till her story was highlighted in Pakistani and international media.

"We had no idea that Pratima had gone to Pakistan," her brother Pramod Sahoo said.

Pratima was associated with a spiritual order (Prajapita Brahmakumari) for the past 10 years. She mostly stayed in its ashram in Bolangir town. The ashram's head Premlata Jena said she was not aware about Pratima's dalliance with the social networking site or her friend.

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