With subsidiaries like Base Movement in Kerala, why AQIS is the most resilient terror group

terroristNew Delhi, Aug 11: A recent report by the United Nations said that there are a huge number of terrorists hiding in Karnataka and Kerala.

The report also noted that the Al-Qaeda has between 150 and 200 terrorists from India, Pakistan, Bangladesh and Myanmar in the Indian sub-continent. It also said that the group is planning on carrying out attacks in the region.

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Kabul Gurudwara-Jalalabad: ISIS terrorists from Kerala feature in the list again

isis01New Delhi, Aug 05: The investigation into the Jalalabad terror attack has sprung up the name of a youth from Kerala’s Kasargod. A doctor by profession, he has been identified as Kallukettiya Purayil Ijas, who was living in Nangarhar.

He had fled with his family from Kasargod in Kerala in 2016. He had reached Muscat from the Hyderabad airport before reaching Afghanistan.

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An ISIS operative from Kerala features in yet another attack in Afghanistan

isisuaeNew Delhi, Aug 04: The name of another operative from Kerala has come up in connection with a terror attack in Afghanistan.

This time the name of Kallukettiya Purayil Ijas, who was living in Nangarhar has cropped up during the investigations into the Jalalabad jail attack. He had fled with his family from Kasargod in Kerala in 2016. He had reached Muscat from the Hyderabad airport before reaching Afghanistan.

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7 more who tested positive for COVID-19 are Tablighis from Kerala

nizamuddinNew Delhi, Apr 11: Seven of the sixteen persons who tested positive for coronavirus in Jammu and Kashmir on Friday belong to the Tablighi Jamaat.

The seven are from Mallapuram in Kerala and are in Kashmir as part of the routine Tablighi’s missionary programme that is held across the world.

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Letting the Kerala operatives return from Afghanistan will just help ISIS realise its real plan

isisflagNew Delhi, Mar 17: The mother of an Islamic State operative has sought the help of the government to bring her daughter from Afghanistan back. Nimisha alias Fathima had left India along with a group of 21 from Kerala and joined the Islamic State in Afghanistan last year.

The mother of the 31 year old woman has now sought the government’s help to bring her daughter back. A news item in the StratNewsGlobal stated that the lady wanted to return home from Afghanistan.

The report stated that nearly 14,000 Islamic State operatives and their family members had surrendered to the Afghan authorities between October and December 2019. However the Indian police have not been able to confirm if any of them were part of the group that left from Kerala.

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Will Kerala become Kashmir or Pakistan? How Hindu Helpline is fighting Love Jihad

love-jihad1Hindu Helpline was established in 2008. It is a well operational helpline that has been set up in Kerala. It comprises a battle hardened team and its main aim is to save Hindu girls who have become victims of Love Jihad.

Bengaluru: A pertinent question to ask is will Kerala become Kashmir or Pakistan. At a time when there is real action being taken by all to protect the interest of Hindus, the question to ask once again is, is pride more important than the life of your daughter?
This is due to the large number of cases relating to Love Jihad that have been reported in the state. There are nearly 1 lakh cases of Love Jihad that have been reported in Kerala since the year 2005.

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Forced, tricked conversions in Kerala: Soon, Hindu, Christian girls may become extinct

love-jihad-mnSeveral instances of girls being converted to Islam in Kerala have made it into Intelligence reports. With money as motive, Muslim youths have been using social stigma and torture methods to trick and force Hindu and Christian girls to convert to Islam

The National Commission for Women has raised concerns over the growing number of forced conversions or Love Jihad cases in Kerala. Earlier this NCW chief, Rekha Sharma, likened the problem to a ticking time bomb and asked the Kerala government to take action on it.

Sharma went on to say that the fear was not only among the Hindus but among Christians as well. She said that women were being lured in Kerala and forcibly converted to Islam, and this was a serious concern.

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Missing arms, diverting anti naxal op funds: Learn to play with national security from Kerala

naxal-training-mnHave the naxals been trying to set up a strong base in Kerala? Intelligence Bureau officials said that Kerala has always been notorious for compromising national security.

Bengaluru: Over the years, there have been several reports that have raised concerns about the rise of naxalism and radicalisation in Kerala. With the help of Chinese supplied arms smuggled in from Sri Lanka, the naxals have been trying to set up a strong base in Kerala.

In the wake of this emerging threat, a report has now been submitted by the Comptroller an Auditor General of India that funds meant for anti naxal operations in Kerala were diverted to procure vehicles for VIP security. The state police diverted funds meant for bettering operations in naxal infested areas to procure vehicles for VIP security, the CAG report tabled in the Kerala Assembly read.

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Illegal VoIP exchange being run by ISI busted in Kerala

voipNew Delhi, Feb 09: Two illegal VoIP exchanges have been busted in a joint operation by the military intelligence, and the Mumbai police.

Raids were conducted in Noida and Changaramukulam in Kerala during which two functional SIM boxes were recovered. The agencies also recovered 200 SIM cards, two routers, three modems, antennas, connectors and batteries.

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A 2010 law for male Muslims from Pakistan in Kerala: Didn’t Congress find it discriminatory?

muslimsWhile the Congress has harped on the word “discriminatory”, after the NDA government amended the citizenship law, it has conveniently not spoken about a law that made in 2010 concerning male Muslims from Pakistan in Kerala.

The Opposition led by the Congress has gone on a rampage questioning the newly amended citizenship law, which only aims at providing relief to the religiously persecuted minority.

One of the key allegations by the Congress and the rest of the Opposition is that it is discriminatory in nature as the law does not offer citizenship to the Muslims from Afghanistan, Bangladesh and Pakistan, where they are in majority.

Now, this is the same Congress which had passed a legislation in 2010, in which concession was given to Pakistani Muslim men living in Kerala.

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