ISIS Terrorist Arrested For Plotting Attack On Independence Day: Uttar Pradesh
Uttar Pradesh's Anti-Terrorist Squad (ATS) arrested alleged ISIS terrorist Sabauddin Azmi from Uttar Pradesh's Azamgarh, on August 9. He was alleged of plotting a terror attack during Independence Day. Following his arrest, locals gathered near the house. Sabauddin's brother Salim said that "it is beyond understanding," as to how Azmi was linked to a terrorist organisation.
Tags: Uttar Pradesh, Azamgarh, ISIS, Independence Day, ATS
ISIS Claimed Grenade Attack In Afghanistan Gurdwara Amid Prophet Remark
The Islamic State's Khorasan Province (IS-KP) conducted an attack on a Gurdwara in Afghanistan, as a revenge attack against the BJP leader's remark against Prophet Mohammad. ISIS claimed the attack and "Saturday's attack targeted Hindus and Sikhs and the "apostates" who protected them in "an act of support for the Messenger of Allah". In the attack, two people died, whereas seven people were left injured.
Tags: Prophet Mohammed, Prophet Remark, ISIS, Afghanistan, Gurdwara Attack
Courtesy: The Free Press Journal
ISIS Terrorists Attack Karte Parwan Gurdwara In Kabul: Afghanistan
In Afghanistan's capital city of Kabul, ISIS terrorists have been firing indiscriminately inside Karte Parwan Gurdwara, on June 18. Reportedly, Sikh Sangat is stuck inside and the number of casualties have not been revealed yet. Meanwhile, security forces have cordoned off the area, and counter-terrorism motion is ongoing. Furthermore, an eyewitness stated that a security personnel was killed in the attack.
Tags: Afghanistan, Kabul, sikh, Karte Parwan Gurdwara, ISIS
Courtesy: Hindustan Times
NIA Court Sentences Kanakamala Case Accused To Imprisonment
A National Investigation Agency (NIA) Court, Kochi has sentenced those accused in the Kanakamala case to imprisonment, on April 22. The accused persons have been found guilty under certain sections of the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act (UAPA), over their ties to ISIS. The accused- Rashid, NK Safwan, Ramshad, Mansidh Muhammad, and Salih Muhammad have been sentenced to seven, eight, three, fourteen, and ten years of imprisonment,… read-more
Tags: terrorist, ISIS, Terrorism, NIA, Kanakamala
Death Threats Received To Gambhir Were From Pakistan, Say's Delhi Police
Former Indian cricketer and Bhartiya Janta Party (BJP) MP Gautam Gambhir received two e-mails threatening to be killed. According to the Delhi police, the emails were sent from the account handler identified as Sahid Hamid, from Pakistan. Following the threats, security has been beefed up outside Gambhir's residence. Moreover, senior officials of the police have also informed the cyber cell to further know the source of the email.
Tags: Gautam Gambhir, BJP, ISIS, Pakistan, Security threat
Almost 100 I.S Terrorists Surrender At Afghanistan's Nangarhar
Almost 100 Islamic State Affiliated Terrorists surrendered in Afghanistan's Nangarhar on November 23. According to Chinese media, the militants were surrendered to officials of the Nangarhar General Directorate of Intelligence (GDI) at the provincial capital of Jalalabad city. The terrorists are reported to be active in the Mohmand Dara, Chaparhar, Kot, and Khogiani districts of Afghanistan." With the former insurgent's surrender, peace and… read-more
Tags: Afghanistan m, Terrorists, ISIS, Taliban terrorists, Surrendered
Senior Taliban Commander Killed In Kabul Hospital Attack
Hamdullah Mokhlis, a Taliban military commander in Kabul, was killed when his men responded to an Islamic state attack on a hospital on November 2. Reportedly, Afghanistan's new rulers, as soon as they learned that the hospital is under attack, retaliated by deploying their special forces on the roof of the building in a helicopter. The Taliban militant leader was killed in a face-to-face gunfight, said the Taliban's official.
Tags: ISIS, Taliban terrorists, Kabul, hospital, Taliban Commander
60 Afghans Killed In Kabul Airport Blasts, ISIS Claims Responsibility
Terrorist group Islamic State (ISIS) has claimed responsibility for the suicide bomb attacks at the gates of the Kabul airport on August 26 that killed at least 72 and injured 143. The US has confirmed that 13 US troops, including 12 Marine soldiers and one Navy medic were also killed. The attacks halted the airlift of the domestic and foreign nationals who were trying to flee Afghanistan.
Tags: ISIS, Kabul Airport, Afghanistan, Suicide Bomb Attack
Courtesy: India Today
US Forces To Leave Iraq By End Of 2021 Says US President Joe Biden
Following his talks with Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa-al-Kadhimi, US President Joe Biden announced on July 26 that the US forces' mission will conclude and they will withdraw from Iraq by the end of 2021. However, the US troops will continue to train and advise the Iraqi military to its fight against ISIS (Islamic State Militant Group), Biden said. There are currently 2,500 US troops in Iraq.
Tags: Us troops, Defense, Terrorism, ISIS, Iraq, Joe BIden
Courtesy: News On Air
Madurai: NIA Raids 4 Locations For FB Post Propagating ISIS Beliefs
The National Investigation Agency (NIA) on May 16 conducted raids at four different locations in Madurai pertaining to radical and inappropriate posts on Facebook by a user Mohammad Iqbal. The police have recovered laptop, hard disks, mobile phones, memory cards, SIMs, and extremist documents in the search. Reportedly, the suspect belonged to Hizb-Ut- Tahrir and was popularizing ISIS ideologies on Facebook. Earlier, Iqbal was arrested on… read-more
Tags: NIA, ISIS, Madurai, Facebook
Courtesy: Hindustan Times