Kabul: The ISIS-ISI bonhomie was spoken about in this 2019 IB report

isis-kabul-attackNew Delhi, Mar 28: A December 2019 Intelligence Bureau report had said that the ISI and ISIS would come together to target Indian missions in Afghanistan. The report gains significance in the wake of the Gurdwara attack in Kabul that claimed 25 lives.

The report in 2019 had said that the ISI would task operatives of the Lashkar-e-Tayiba to help the ISIS to carry out attacks. In the Kabul attack, the name of Mawlawai Aslam Farooqi, a Pakistan based Lashkar-e-Tayiba operative has cropped up. He was tasked by the ISI and investigations so far have shown that he had led the strike.

Kabul strike: Kerala man is second Indian to strike on foreign soil

gurdwara-1New Delhi, Mar 28: The Islamic State in its magazine, Naba released the image of a Kerala based operative, while claiming that he was part of the Gurdwara attack in Kabul. The attack claimed 25 lives and the Indian agencies said that it was clearly aimed at conveying a message to India.

The Kerala operative has been identified as Muhsin Trikaripur alias Mohammad Muhasin Nangarath Abdullah. Ironically he becomes the second Indian to be involved in an attack on foreign soil.

Kabul attack: A classic false flag operation by the ISI

kabul-attackNew Delhi, Mar 28: The Indian agencies have said that the terror attack on a Gurdwara is a classic covert false flag operation by the ISI.

While the Islamic State has claimed responsibility for the attack, investigations have found that operatives of several other terror groups were part of the operation. When the ISIS was setting up its modules in Afghanistan, the ISI provided a large number of operatives from its proxy outfits in a bid to aid the outfit.

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Kabul Gurdwara attack: Kerala operative was one of the earliest recruits in Khorasan module

gurdwara-1New Delhi, Mar 28: A recruit from Kerala has been identified as one of the suspects in the Kabul Gurdwara attack that claimed 25 lives earlier this week. Identified as Mohammad Mushin, he hailed from Kannur in Kerala, officials from the Intelligence Bureau confirmed.

His picture was published by Naba, an Islamic State magazine, following which his parents identified him.

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Kabul Gurdwara attack to avenge India’s amended citizenship law?

kabul-gurudwaraNew Delhi, Mar 26: The Indian Intelligence agencies suspect the role of the ISI in the Kabul Gurudwara attack that killed 25.

An Intelligence Bureau official told OneIndia that the ISI backed the attack which was carried out by the Islamic State of Khorasan. While the initial suspicion was on the Taliban, the same was denied by its spokesperson Zabihullah Mujahid.

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NIA files chargesheet in Purnia Arms case

NIA-33New Delhi, Mar 26: The National Investigation Agency filed a chargesheet in connection with the Purnia Arms case.

The Bihar police had seized highly sophisticated weapons and ammunition in 2019. This included under barrel grenade launchers, AK series rifles and a large number of ammunition.

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Lady who infiltrated Bengal ten years back passed vital govt info to Lashkar

Lashkar-e-Tayiba-1New Delhi, Mar 21: A lady who infiltrated India from Bangladesh ten years back has been arrested for her alleged links with the Lashkar-e-Tayiba.

She has been booked under the provisions of the Indian Penal Code and the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act. The agencies have accused her of recruiting for the Lashkar.

Pak sent arms into Punjab through 8 sorties of drones: NIA

dronesNew Delhi, Mar 19: The National Investigation Agency has filed a chargesheet against 9 Khalistan Zindabad Force terrorists in connection with the Punjab drones case. It may be recalled that several drones had been sent into Punjab from Pakistan with arms and ammunition last year. It was further revealed that the accused smuggled consignments of arms, ammunition, explosives and fake Indian currency from Pakistan.

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It has now dawned upon these lady ISIS operatives from Kerala that they are victims of Love Jihad

Ayesha alias Sonia Sebastin

New Delhi, Mar 18: Before being taken to Afghanistan from Kerala to join the Islamic State, several girls were converted to Islam.

While many cried foul and called these cases of Love Jihad, there were a good number of people who said otherwise.

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Tales of despair emerge as Kerala women who joined ISIS in Afghanistan speak out

Ayesha alias Sonia Sebastin

New Delhi, Mar 17: The situation is not as per our expectations, Ayesha alias Sonia Sebastin, the lady who joined the Islamic State from Kerala said. In a video that has been released by the StratNews Global, Ayesha said that she and her husband Abdullah Rashid Abdullah were disappointed with the Islamic State. She is currently lodged in a jail at Kabul.

I assume many people who want to come to the ISIS have the same expectations. I would suggest to them to think twice before taking a decision, she said while adding that she does not want to be associated with the outfit anymore.