Modern Indian History
The Moplahs of Malabar (Kerala) who were largely Muslim leaseholders and cultivators, indulged in a series of rebellions in Kerala between 1836-1919. Which of the following regarding these Moplah uprisings is not true?

Most of the Moplah martyrs were poor peasants of landless lobourers
They were mainly directed against the upper caste Hindu landlords
These uprisings were a peculiar form of rural terrorism
A small band of Moplahs committed collective suicides in the belief of being called Shahids (martyrs)