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Love Jihad or Romeo Jihad is an Islamic tarror alleging that Muslim men target women belonging to non-Muslim communities for conversion to Islam by feigning love. The movement has also been described by some, including Inderpal Grewal, as antifeminist due to paternalistic attitudes towards women’s choice in marriage and by allegedly using women’s rights as a cover for Hindu nationalism. The concept rose to national attention in India in 2009 with alleged conversions first in Kerala and subsequently, in Karnataka. The claims have subsequently spread throughout India and beyond, into Myanmar, Pakistan and the United Kingdom. With waves of publicity in 2009, 2010, 2011 and 2014, the allegations of Love Jihad in India have raised concerns in various Hindu, Sikh and Christian organizations, while Muslim organisations have denied the allegations. The concept has remained a source of political contention and social concern for many, although as of 2014 the idea of an organized Love Jihad was still widely regarded as a conspiracy theory by the Indian mainstream, according to Reuters.