Kerala’s terrorists with ISIS are dying at a quick pace, but 58 remain in Afghanistan

isis-flag-759New Delhi, Aug 09: Another Kerala operative, who had joined the Islamic State has been killed in Afghanistan.

This is the second incident being reported from Afghanistan in less than a fortnight in which a Kerala operative has been killed.

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Another ISIS terrorist from Kerala killed in Afghanistan

New Delhi, Aug 08: The second in 15 days. Another Kerala operative, who had joined the Islamic State has been killed in Afghanistan.

This is the second incident being reported from Afghanistan in less than a fortnight in which a Kerala operative has been killed.

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59 remain: How Kerala became the main contributor to Islamic State in Afghanistan

New Delhi, Aug 03: While one more Islamic State recruit from Kerala was killed in Afghanistan, the fact of the matter is that there are currently 59 of them still part of the Khorasan.

Muhsin, a resident of Edappal was killed along with Huzaifa-al-Bakistani, a Pakistani ISIS commander.

Another Kerala module ISIS operative killed in Afghanistan

New Delhi, Aug 01: An engineering undergraduate from Kerala, who had joined the Islamic State is suspected to have been killed in a drone strike in Afghanistan.

The recruit, Mohammad Muhsin, 22, a resident of Edappal in Mallapuram district was killed in a drone strike more than 10 days back. An official confirmed the development to OneIndia and said that his family had received a message that he was martyred in God’s path as per his wish.

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From Ansarulla in Tamil Nadu to PFI in Kerala, the feeder modules of the ISIS down South

isis-vNew Delhi, July 15: Probing further into the activities of the Islamic State, the National Investigation Agency (NIA) has unearthed more local modules in South India that have been supporting the dreaded terror group. The NIA has arrested 14 persons from different parts of Tamil Nadu in connection with an Islamic State related case.

The suspects will be taken to New Delhi for questioning. The NIA has been probing this case for over a month now and has found that the ISIS through its feeder outfits has propagated the ISIS ideology in the state.

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Landed in Kerala, missing since then: The curious case of Lisa Wiese and Muhammad Ali

Thiruvananthapuram, July 13: The Interpol recently issued a yellow notice, following a request by the Kerala police to track down a German woman missing since March 10.

The probe by the Kerala police appears to have hit a roadblock as one of the key persons in the case Mohammad Ali has still not been traced. The police feel that he may have slipped out of the country.

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Tamil Nadu’s Anti Shirk movement and how Islamists openly aided the rise of the ISIS

New Delhi, July 08: The National Investigation Agency has been busy with a plethora of cases relating to the Islamic State. In the past couple of years, it has been busy especially in South India, where it has come across several feeder outfits of the ISIS.

The NIA has found a similar pattern behind the operation of the ISIS in Sri Lanka and South India. In both cases it was found that the ISIS was allying with local radical outfits to further its cause.

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ISIS Kerala module being used to radicalise Muslims near Indo-Nepal border

New Delhi, July 04: It has been found that members of the Kerala module of the Islamic State were being sent to the Indo-Nepal border in a bid to radicalise the youth.

This report that was sent to the Home Ministry also speaks about the ISIS was making big efforts to increase their geographical remit across the country. Further it was also stated that the same module members were also in close touch with their counterparts in Bengal and were attempting to radicalise Bangladeshi and local Muslims both in Bengal and Assam.

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Why it is a bad idea to let these ISIS terrorists from Kerala return to India

isis-returneesNew Delhi, June 28: There have been a series of worrying developments regarding the Islamic State and its connection in particular to South India. The Easter bombings in Sri Lanka demonstrated how the ISIS could tie up with a smaller radical outfit and carry out a series of very deadly attacks.

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Why do terrorists from Bengal find a safe haven in Bengaluru and Kerala

New Delhi, June 26: In less than one year, the National Investigation Agency has picked up a terrorist of Bengal origin from Bengaluru, Karnataka.

On Tuesday, an absconding accused in the Burdwan blast case was arrested by the NIA from Doddaballapur near Bengaluru. In August 2018 the NIA had arrested one Mohammad Jahidul Islam alias Kausar from Ramnagara near Bengaluru in connection with the Bodhgaya blasts case.