The Akal Takht, the highest temporal seat of Sikhism, has taken a serious view of reports of Sikh girls falling victim to ‘love jihad’ an act that involves ‘charming’ Pakistani youths attempting to impress, marry and convert non-Muslim girls to Islam for using them in jihadi efforts.
The Akal Takht is concerned as along with Hindu and Christian girls, Sikh girls have also become targets of the ‘love jihad’ movement. Reports suggest that some radical Islamic groups are behind this movement.
This matter has been brought to the notice of the Takht by some NRI Sikhs and members of the Sikh Council of UK, an organisation involved in religious, social and cultural matters related to Sikhism. Its members include some prominent UK-based Sikhs such as representatives of prominent gurdwaras.
h/t Jihad Watch