New Delhi, June 07: The Indian intelligence agencies are verifying claims that an engineer from Kerala who joined the Islamic State had died in Libya.
In an ISIS document titled Know your Martyrs, it is claimed that Abu Bakr Al-Hindi, a Christian by birth had embraced Islam while working in the Gulf. The document further claimed that he is the first ‘Istishhadi’ from India to be killed in Libya. ‘Istishhadi’ is a suicide bomber or martyr killed in an attack. Ads by
Kochi, Dec 7:The Indian agencies may soon get to question a Lashkar-e-Tayiba operative who has been imprisoned in France. This development comes just days after a team of French officials questioned an Islamic State operative at a jail in Kerala.
Jammu, Nov 3: Social media posts carrying pictures of a Kashmiri teenager, who went missing from a private university in Uttar Pradesh days ago, on Friday claimed that he has joined terrorism in the Valley.
The news regarding the death of Islamic State chief Abu Bakr al-Bhagdadi continues to confuse all. Russia which had claimed that it may have killed the self professed Caliph now says it is unable to confirm the same.
Russia has claimed that it has killed Islamic State chief Abu Bakr al-Bhagdadi. The country also said that it had killed scores of other militants. The Russian defence ministry is probing whether one of its air strikes in Syria killed the self professed Caliph. Read more
Days after the Iran Parliament attack claimed by the Islamic State, the outfit had a stern message for Saudi Arabia as well. You are next, the IS said. SITE Intelligence group reported that , IS claimed responsibility and threatened more attacks against Iran’s majority Shi’ite population, seen by the hardline Sunni militants as heretics.
A blast in Balochistan has killed 25 persons. The blast took place at Mastung in the Balochistan province after people when people were coming out after Friday prayers. The Islamic State on its mouth piece, Amaq has claimed responsibility for the attack. Read more
Naxal violence is ranked fourth in the world after the Taliban, Islamic State and the Boko Haram. Following the bloodbath at Chhattisgarh on Monday, the death toll of security personnel since 2004 has shot up to 1,914. Looking at the statistics, it is clear that Naxal violence has claimed more lives of security personnel in India when compared to other attacks in states such as Jammu and Kashmir.
Mufti Abdus Sami Qasim Qureshi is a fiery orator. Sami, 47 was arrested and chargesheeted by the National Investigation Agency in February 2016. Although under arrest, his name has cropped up several times following the arrests carried by various agencies in connection with Islamic State related cases.
It was a big module in the making and these alleged operatives were in the process of staking up a huge cache of arms. While the police have still not be able to ascertain which group they belong to, investigators say the operatives were planning a major attack across different cities in the country.