Fefdawala Haji Abdullah has been invoking Hindu-Muslim riots to stoke his agendas and sent over Rs 150 crores through 125 donors in India during the last 18 years.
The revelation of the conversion racket in Vasava, Gujarat, has opened the Pandora box of the Islamic conversion gangs. Fefdawala Haji Abdullah, one of the main accused of the Islamic conversion nexus, is set to bring out brutal truth related to foreign fundings' misuse in the country. He is associated with a UK-based trust, Majlis-e-Alfalah.
While investigating the roots of tribal conversion in the country, Bharuch Police booked nine people for luring poor and helpless tribals into adopting Islam. Police have lodged a complaint against them under the Gujarat Freedom of Religion (Amendment) Bill, 2021 Act and various sections of the Indian Penal Code. The accused, apart from Fefdawala, have been identified as Shabbir Bakerywala, Samad Bakerywala, Abdul Aziz Patel, Yusuf Patel, Ayyub Patel, Ibrahim Patel, Hasan Tisli and Ismail Achhodwala.
All those who have embraced Islam are residents of Kankariya village in Amod taluka of the Bharuch district. Over 100 tribals from 37 families of the "Vasava Hindu" community were trapped by the accused. The vulnerability and financial conditions were used as salt in the wound to compel them to compromise.
The main accused, Fefdawala Haji Abdullah, who is believed to reside in London and is a multi-billionaire, has been funding Islamic conversion for decades. He has been invoking Hindu-Muslim riots to stoke his agendas. In a community event, 'Fayam-e-Insaniyat', he had used the Gujrat riots to paint an unrealistic picture of Muslim victimhood in the country.
The innocents are unfortunately treated as a commodity to fulfil their ends. Religion for them is a mere tool of convenience to realise their vested interests.
Past criminal activities of Fefdawala Haji Abdullah
Fefdawala sent in more than Rs 150 crores through 125 donors in India during the last 18 years. All the money was meant for 'making the Muslim community stronger', according to him. Fefdawala is also one of the biggest beneficiaries of the American Federation of Muslims of Indian Origin (AFMI) trust, being run by Salauddin Sheikh, who has been arrested for both Hawala transactions and religious conversion racket.
Salahuddin Sheikh is one of the trustees of this trust, and Fefdawala is amongst the biggest beneficiaries. The trust was used for hawala transactions, which helped to construct 400 flats for illegal Bangladeshis and Rohingya Muslims who broke into Indian territory.
This happened around the same time as they funded the anti-CAA protests in Delhi. His name was also associated with the UP conversion gang. Fefdawala has also been in touch with Umar Gautam and Qazi Jahangir, whom UP ATS arrested for converting more than 1000 people into Muslims.
Can we blame the state for being stringent for bringing laws against love jihad, regulating foreign fundings & other soft and manipulative acts of the 'minority'! In the name of religion, are we supposed to compromise with our security and our cultural identity?
Identifying the 'minority' as an eternal victim is only exacerbating the situation.
The presence of such an extensive network involving Fefdawala confirms the presence of a huge Islamic conversion lobby active in India. Fefdawala's exposure is just the tip of the iceberg. However, it's the beginning of the end for these conversion mafias in the country.