ISIS in India: The First FIR Filed in Kerala

via Courtesy: Janmabhumi published on September 19, 2015

Thiruvananthapuram: Kerala has filed its first FIR in connection with the various recruitment taking place in the state for the dreaded Islamic militant outfit ISIS. The FIR has been registered by Karipur police against Riyad, a native of Kundungal, Kozhikode an ISIS associate based in UAE. Riyad who is suspected to be in Syria currently, has been organizing his recruitment via social media.

Recently four persons suspected to be associated with ISIS were interrogated by Intelligence agencies. The FIR has been registered in connection with the inputs provided by these people. Out of those interrogated one happens to be Riyad’s brother.

Indians are being used by the terror group for promoting their fanatical ideology. Many Indians including Malayalis were expelled from gulf countries followings suspicions of links with ISIS. But this is the first time a case is being registered in Kerala in connection with this.

Intelligence sources have gathered that Riyad is in Syria.

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  1. Raj Puducode Reply

    September 30, 2015 at 1:23 am

    Mad & crazy Jihadis on the loose
    Watch out Kerala you are also on the ISIS Killing List.
    DHAKA: An Italian aid worker has been shot dead in a high security diplomatic area here, the first attack in Bangladesh claimed by the dreaded Islamic State terror group that has prompted many western embassies to restrict the movements of their diplomats.
    Cesare Tavella, 50, was shot three times from a close proximity last evening in Dhaka’s Gulshan diplomatic zone while he was jogging, a police spokesman said. The attackers fled the scene after Tavella fell to the ground. He was rushed to a nearby private hospital where doctors declared him dead, police added.
    According to spokesman, Tavella was working for the Netherlands-based ICCO Cooperation as manager of its Profitable Opportunities for Food Security (PROOFS) project.
    “One bullet hit his left hand. He was also shot twice on his back. One of those bullets pierced through his chest,” forensic expert Qazi Md Abu Shama was quoted as saying.
    One of the witnesses of the murder, a rickshaw mechanic, said he saw three assailants fleeing on a motorcycle. One of them was wielding a gun.

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