Jihadi Terror Group SDPI Issue Death Threat to HAV Leader

via Janmabhumi published on September 25, 2016

Kasargode: The Jihadi outfit SDPI has issued death threat to Hindu Aikya Vedi district general secretary, Kasargode Shibin Thrikkaripur, for his relentless efforts in exposing the menace of Love Jihad and creating awareness of how ISIS is using the same as a tool. Shibin currently holds responsibility of coordinator of ISIS- Love Jihad Viruddha Dharma Raksha. There have been many occasions even before, when death threats were issued against him, along with many thwarted attempts. 

 

Shibin had taken bold stands against illegal construction of mosques and proceeded with legal asctions regarding the same. After having conducted several mass remonstrations, the construction of these mosques were stalled. This time the death threats came after Shibin’s statements against the recruitment of 17 people to ISIS from the areas around Thrikkaripur, Padanna etc and his stand related to the same. This, along with his eye opening speeches related to the same are said to be the cause for death threats. 


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  1. Raj Puducode Reply

    September 28, 2016 at 8:51 pm

    HYDERABAD: Police conducted search operation across the city & arrested 16 persons duping people by claiming to be the practitioners of black magic. One of the offenders, who was torturing children sexually abusing them in the guise of curing their illness & claimed that he was trained under controversial cleric Zakir Naik.

    The accused tantrik is Faiyaz Ansariof Hafeez Nagar.Last week police received complaint from Khader Mohiuddin alleging that Ansari had abducted his son Rayan Mohammed & attempted to kill him. The complainant alleged that Ansari has exploited his wife by promising to solve her family problems & save her son from the evil spirits.

    Police raided on the house of Ansari & seized a laptop containing 30 videos of him torturing naked children in a gruesome manner, DCP said.

    Ansari was torturing naked children by tying their hands & legs with ropes, pricking them with needles, pouring molten wax on the private parts, dousing them with boiling water and inserting fingers into their private parts.
    Ansari migrated to Hyderabad from Maharashtra to solve the family problems, he confessed to have sexually exploited several woman.
    Ansari was cheating NRIs in Canada, Dubai & Quatar by offering occult counselling online. During the interrogation, Ansari told the police that before coming to Hyderabad, he was trained under controversial cleric, Zakir Naik in Mumbai. Ansari claimed that he was trained under Zakir Naik.

  2. Raj Puducode Reply

    October 9, 2016 at 6:23 am

    AURANGABAD: Investigating agencies say the Parbhani-based Jihadi suspects inclination towards the terror outfit stemmed from his attraction for sex slaves.
    After a discreet operation for about three months, the state Anti-Terrorism Squad sleuths arrested 31-year-old Naser, alias Abu-bakr Yafai from Parbhani, near Aurangabad in July for his suspected ISIS connections.
    The probe revealed that he was appointed the chief of the outfit’s local module. During interrogation, police said Naser told them that he got in touch with his handler while searching for sex slaves online as part of Holey Islam.
    In the charge sheet filed against Naser and three others the ATS pointed out at his online searches and chats about the sex slaves. He would ask questions about the sex slaves to his handler via chats and some cellphone- based applications, an officer said.

    A senior ATS officer, who has examined the chats between Naser and his handler, told TOI , The accused’s first attraction to the outfit seems to have come from his attraction for hot sex slaves as part ofHholey religion of Pieces.

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