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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby pankajs » 26 Oct 2014 11:26

GAURAV C SAWANT ‏@gauravcsawant 2h2 hours ago New Delhi, Delhi

800 bombs found in the backyard, how many more still hidden? Bigger team planned for wider probe along Indo-Bangla border belt.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

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http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/indi ... 936210.cms

NSA to oversee terror probe in West Bengal, get Mamata govt on board
NEW DELHI: Taking a serious view of the revelations of a deep terror network in West Bengal, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will send national security adviser Ajit Doval to the state on Monday to personally oversee the ongoing investigations and persuade the state government to be part of the solution.

Doval will be accompanied by IB chief Asif Ibrahim during his visit, signalling the importance the government is giving to these developments. Doval's first engagement will be a meeting with chief minister Mamata Banerjee.

The NSA will carry a personal message from the PM asking for "full support" of the state government in carrying out the investigations on an al-Qaida affiliate taking root in the border state.

Faced with some resistance from the Mamata government on investigations into the terror network in the wake of the Burdwan blasts, an alarmed Central government has asked Doval to brief the Trinamool dispensation at length and "sensitise" it to the dangers of what has been unravelling.

Accompanied by top officials, Doval will even go to Burdwan to personally oversee the probe which has since been handed over to NIA. It's not yet clear whether he will visit Murshidabad where Jamaat-ul-Mujahideen Bangladesh (JMB) leaders were apparently using a madrassa to train their cadres.

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The developments are particularly difficult for both the Central and state government. Battling waning popularity in the aftermath of the Saradha scam, Banerjee has been resisting Central involvement in the investigations. But home ministry overrode her objections to bring NIA into the probe. She cannot publicly oppose the investigations and risk further loss of popularity by appearing to side with the dark forces, a perception that might be her undoing in the next elections. But she believes the unravelling of the terror network could affect her political equations as well.

The JMB in Bangladesh had been decimated by the Sheikh Hasina government in 2007, but it found a safe haven in West Bengal a few years later.

I think Doval is carrying a very tough message for Mumtaz most likely proof of a direct link to JBM. Perhaps an intercepted conversation.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby Pratyush » 26 Oct 2014 12:38

This is turning into a nightmare. I hope that it turns out to be ok at the end.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby member_27987 » 26 Oct 2014 13:17

Pratyush wrote:This is turning into a nightmare. I hope that it turns out to be ok at the end.


I think it was a well planned out strategy. BJP/NSA playing the game as it should be played. WB needs to be brought under control, and it was imperative to change the nation's mood to be hostile to the current WB establishment. Once done, NSA/Centre will have the right to intervene in the state's affairs. Mumtaz played a dangerous game which has backfired on her politically.

I think it will get worse before it gets better. Look out for key Muslim hot spots around the country to flame up a bit. If states have understood the way the Centre is working, then they will do their level best for such flare ups to not happen.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby pankajs » 26 Oct 2014 22:27

TIMES NOW ‏@timesnow 2h2 hours ago

Eight Lashker-e-Toiba militants were arrested by the security forces in North Kashmir

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby pankajs » 26 Oct 2014 23:06

Mukul Mishra ‏@MukulKMishra 3h3 hours ago

In 2011, during my articleship, I was given an assignment to update ROC records of 20+ Companies of a Mulla of Burdwan.
Mukul Mishra ‏@MukulKMishra 3h3 hours ago

Mulla Ji was building biggest Rice Mill of India in Burdwan. What was source of money? He was point person of funding of Mosques in WB.
Mukul Mishra ‏@MukulKMishra 3h3 hours ago

Every responsible person in WB knew that he gets fund from Malaysia for distributing to WB Mosques and Madarsas.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby girish.r » 27 Oct 2014 02:22

NSA sees large network behind Bardhaman blast

Doval says New Delhi, Dhaka working jointly to fight terror

On the eve of his visit to Bardhaman in West Bengal, where two suspected members of Jamaat-ul Mujahideen Bangladesh (JMB) were killed in the October 2 bomb blast, National Security Adviser Ajit Doval said there appeared to be a large network of the banned group that the investigators were working to unravel.

Mr. Doval told The Hindu that both Indian and Bangladeshi governments were working in close coordination in the fight against terrorism. “Both the countries enjoy excellent bilateral relations and we have been working together,” he said.

The NSA said the case had serious implications and required a comprehensive investigation. Special Secretary (Internal Security) Prakash Mishra and representatives of the Research and Analysis Wing, the Intelligence Bureau and the National Investigation Agency may accompany the NSA to West Bengal. NIA Director-General Sharad Kumar had earlier visited Bardhaman and Murshidabad on October 24.


http://www.thehindu.com/news/national/national-security-adviser-ajit-doval-sees-large-network-behind-bardhaman-blast/article6535509.ece?homepage=true

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby RajeshA » 27 Oct 2014 03:02

In the name of stopping terrorist planning and activity by JMB against Bangladesh state, Indian security forces can finish off the whole Ghazi infrastructure in WB. For that it is good if TMC is nominally in power, but all the police forces in WB are put indirectly under Central control.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby Hari Seldon » 27 Oct 2014 03:10

^^+1. IMO, that is precisely what we see unfolding in WB as we speak.

An intense but low-profile firefight-to-the-finish between the terrorshits and the (central) security forces is long overdue. pigs can't squeal to media this time, besides...

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby Nikhil T » 27 Oct 2014 05:12

Another WB link. A good way to flare up communal tensions across Delhi, especially after Trilokpuri has seen intense Diwali riots!

Man attacks Shahi Imam, tries to set him on fire

NEW DELHI: Evening prayers at Jama Masjid were dramatically interrupted on Sunday after a 34-year-old man hurled kerosene on the Shahi Imam, Syed Ahmed Bukhari, and charged at him with a lighter in an apparent attempt to set him ablaze. However, the Imam's guards were able to apprehend the attacker in the nick of time and hand him over to the police.

The attacker was identified as Kamaaluddin alias Kamaal, a resident of south 24 Parganas in West Bengal. An FIR under section 307 (attempt to murder) has been registered at the local police station and the accused has been arrested, a senior cop said.

A joint team of intelligence bureau sleuths, the special cell and the local police is questioning the accused to ascertain the motive behind the attack. His antecedents are also being probed.

The incident was reported around 6pm as hundreds of people gathered at the mosque to offer namaz. Speaking to TOI, the Imam said that the accused had tried to meet him earlier in the evening as well when he was walking in the courtyard before the prayers.

"He had even shaken hands with me and was roaming around in the area. He was wearing a white shirt and black trousers and did not look like he had come to the mosque to offer prayers," Bukhari told TOI.

According to witnesses, the accused charged at Bukhari from behind as devotes bent down to offer namaz. "He was carrying a 300ml bottle from which he threw kerosene on the Imam. He then tried to light the bottle, which still had some kerosene left, and hurl it at the Imam. However, the lighter did not work and the guards pounced on him," a senior cop said.

"Despite this, I continued with my prayers to prevent any chaos as I feared people would thrash him if I left the prayers midway and got up," Bukhari further said. The attacker was taken away from the mosque and the cops took him in custody.

Imam's brother Tariq Bukhari said the Imam's office has requested the home ministry to increase security for the Imam following the incident.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby member_20036 » 27 Oct 2014 09:04

Physics and chemical lab’ of Burdwan

http://www.telegraphindia.com/1141027/j ... E3CEsbhWSw


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Calcutta, Oct. 26: The ammunition, weapon parts and chemicals found at the October 2 blast site have prompted forensic analysts to dub the Burdwan home a “combined physics and chemistry laboratory” probably focused on mass killings.

The Telegraph spoke to officials from the Central Forensic Science Laboratory, Calcutta, and other analysts to understand the nature of the seized material.

Till early last week, the scientists had only a partial idea. “We’ll carry out further examinations of the seized items to ascertain the terror module’s ammunition-producing capabilities,” CFSL director Priyankar Ghosh said last week.

The following is information collated from multiple sources, some of whom cautioned that the analysis was a dynamic process and definite conclusions were yet to be reached.

PHYSICS LABORATORY

Home-made 8mm bullets

Made with metal and plastic tubes, they feature brass heads and small fan-like blades to ensure a longer trajectory.

Surprise element: Home-made guns have been seen in Bengal before but never home-made bullets, which are more difficult to make.

“This is an uncommon bullet shape. The small blades have been fitted strategically at the point where the bullet’s head meets the body,” a scientist said.

Lighter than ordinary bullets (made of lead heads and brass base filled with gunpowder), these bullets need the blades to cover any sizeable distance, ballistics veterans said.

Questions: Who gave them the technology? How did they acquire the knowledge and expertise?

Another question is how the suspects or the eventual users intended to fire the bullets. Some officials spoke about the possibility of “spraying” the bullets from launchers — many at a time to offset the lack of accuracy.

But an army veteran was cautious, saying grenades —which cover an area — could be lobbed from launchers but he was not sure whether bullets, largely used to strike individual targets, could be fired in a similar manner.

“We are still in the process of ascertaining which mechanical device would have been used to fire the bullets,” a forensic official said.

Timer watches

Fitted to bombs, these small watches ensure that a pin goes off at a designated time, causing an explosion.

Surprise element: Ordinary timers work within a time frame of 12 to 24 hours but those found in Khagragarh can theoretically be set up to cause an explosion much later. A forensic official said such timers were seen several years ago at a blast site in Jammu’s Maulana Azad Stadium.

Questions: How did these watches reach Khagragarh? What sort of delayed explosion was planned?

Launcher designs, lathe machine

The suspects had downloaded from the Internet designs of launchers capable of firing grenades. A lathe machine was found. So were a few launcher components such as “aerodynamic cover” and “conical liner”. The two components are usually used in “shaped charges” — called so since the cavity is “shaped” in a manner that focuses the impact of the explosive’s energy.

It is not clear yet what the Burdwan module intended to do with the lathe machine and the components.

Irregular and guerrilla forces abroad have been known to rig up hand-held or shoulder-launched grenade launchers using similar components. Originally used by the Soviets, such launchers are popular among insurgents because they can be made at low cost and without drawing much attention. In 1993, two US Black Hawk helicopters were downed in Mogadishu by a Somalian militia using shoulder-launched grenades.

Surprise element: The manufacturing process is relatively simple but understanding the design of a launcher requires a certain proficiency in physics. Calculations in projectile motion are involved in building a launcher — if indeed the Burdwan module was trying to make a launcher.

Questions:

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby Agnimitra » 27 Oct 2014 10:14

This is not the first time such an attack on the 'Shahi' Imam has happened. Earlier, IM had tried to do the same:

Bengali Muslim Man attacks Shahi Imam, tries to set him on fire

What gives? What agenda is the 'Shahi' Imam serving that is upsetting to IM types and now this Bengali Muslim (at a time when Muslims in WB are under heavy investigation for their militant Islamist racket?

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Re: Internal Security Watch

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Agnimitra wrote:This is not the first time such an attack on the 'Shahi' Imam has happened. Earlier, IM had tried to do the same:

Bengali Muslim Man attacks Shahi Imam, tries to set him on fire

What gives? What agenda is the 'Shahi' Imam serving that is upsetting to IM types and now this Bengali Muslim (at a time when Muslims in WB are under heavy investigation for their militant Islamist racket?


There is a tussle in didi's land now. Bengali speaking malsis versus urdu speaking malsis ex bangladesh. Great resentment onlee.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby niran » 28 Oct 2014 08:11

Isoc on high alert for Indian terrorist Bomber thought to be en route to Malaysia
there is a computerised photo of how he would look shaved.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby ramana » 28 Oct 2014 09:00

ArmenT
what are the flechette type bullets being described?

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby pankajs » 28 Oct 2014 17:55

Sunanda Vashisht ‏@sunandavashisht 18h18 hours ago

Doval handed over a list of 180 Bangladeshi militants hiding in WB as the state government said it would cooperate
“Besides pointing out that Jalpaiguri has turned into yet another terror point for JMB, the central representatives also handed over a list of unrecognised madrasas in the state operating as terror-breeding hubs,” said a state government source on condition of anonymity. “The central team also informed the chief minister on how during the last couple years the number of terror modules in West Bengal has gone beyond 50.”

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“The chief minister and the West Bengal government have assured that the Centre and the state will work together in unearthing the entire case,” Prakash Mishra, special secretary for internal security in the Union home ministry, told the media after the meeting with Banerjee.

The NSA and his team also referred to the alleged links of a Rajya Sabha member from West Bengal with two Bangladeshi militant groups – JMB and Jamaat-e-Islami Bangladesh (JIB).

An NIA report says that the JMB, a shadowy organisation formed in 2005, has plans to establish an Islamic state encompassing Bangladesh and Murshidabad, Nadia and Malda districts of West Bengal.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby Singha » 28 Oct 2014 18:13

ramana wrote:ArmenT
what are the flechette type bullets being described?


they are subcaliber darts usually found in some police forces.
MBTs carry such rounds or ball pellet rounds if expecting to fight lots of infantry.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Flechette

most likely their propellant is not as powerful as mil grade stuff hence attempt to impart more range?

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby pankajs » 28 Oct 2014 18:25

Guy with HT. Shouldn't be sympathetic to Doval/BJP
Abhijit MajumderVerified account ‏@abhijitmajumder

NSA Ajit Doval is in West Bengal today. He will meet Mamata along with IB chief Asif Ibrahim. Make no mistake, this is no ordinary mission
BJPSpice @BJPSpice · 5h 5 hours ago

News is that Doval has got some juicy stuff. Details later.

I had exactly the same feeling when I first heard Doval heading to WB. Something so explosive that he dare not trusting anyone esle to deliver to Mumtaz.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby pankajs » 28 Oct 2014 19:14

Teetar is full of rumor .. so caution advised.

ABoni ‏@ABoni8 50m50 minutes ago

Whoa !!! Secret Intelligence dossier says Assam's AUDAF chief Badruddin is recruiter and trainer of terrorists and thn send to bangladesh
ABoni @ABoni8 · 48m 48 minutes ago

https://twitter.com/ABoni8/status/527091645519364096 … via NewsX ( They claim to have accessed dossier). Baddrudin is MP :) cc @barbarindian @prasannavishy

Ok .. he quotes NewsX.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby Pratyush » 28 Oct 2014 19:32

A flechett round is a sub caliber round for a handheld weapon. Think of it as the AP sabot round for hand guns. The shot is so fine that it will pass through a kevlar vest as if it wasn't there. Causing nearly untreatable injury. As the shot will twist and deform.


IIRC, it is banned, for armed forces.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby girish.r » 28 Oct 2014 20:10

pankajs wrote:Guy with HT. Shouldn't be sympathetic to Doval/BJP
Abhijit MajumderVerified account ‏@abhijitmajumder

NSA Ajit Doval is in West Bengal today. He will meet Mamata along with IB chief Asif Ibrahim. Make no mistake, this is no ordinary mission
BJPSpice @BJPSpice · 5h 5 hours ago

News is that Doval has got some juicy stuff. Details later.

I had exactly the same feeling when I first heard Doval heading to WB. Something so explosive that he dare not trusting anyone esle to deliver to Mumtaz.


India uncovers suspected plot to assassinate Bangladeshi PM - security officials

(Reuters) - India's top counter-terrorism agency has uncovered a suspected plot by a banned militant group to assassinate the prime minister of Bangladesh and carry out a coup, three senior Indian security officials told Reuters on Tuesday.

India will hand over a dossier to Bangladesh with details of the plan by members of the Jamaat-ul-Mujahideen, which has carried out scores of attacks in India's eastern neighbour, the government and police officials said.

http://in.reuters.com/article/2014/10/28/india-bangladesh-plot-hasina-idINKBN0IH1HN20141028

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby vivek.rao » 28 Oct 2014 23:46

Man! Can you imagine what would have happened if PAPPU and PAPPU's mommy won again? The scum of WB and scum of Delhi Italy club would have made Bengal a fireball.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby shravanp » 29 Oct 2014 00:31

Modi won't rule forever. BJP has to constantly churn out stalwarts in order to keep Indians on its toes. That's the ONLY way to prevent Mafia from coming back to power. And that is a huge task because if inherent nature of desis to be complacent over a long periods of time.

Something has to be done in such a way that even if BJP doesn't come to power, these scums don't aggravate the WB situation again.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby pankajs » 29 Oct 2014 01:00

dna ‏@dna 2h2 hours ago

Trinamool Congress finally expels strongman former MLA Arabul Islam http://dnai.in/cqtJ
The Trinamool Congress on Tuesday expelled strongman and former MLA Arabul Islam who had often put the party in embarrassing situations, the latest being the October 25 intra-party clash at Bhangor in South 24-Parganas district which left two persons dead.

Besides Islam, his close aide Jahangir Khan, whose name featured in the violence at Bhangor, has been expelled for a period of six years on the charges of indiscipline and misconduct, TMC secretary-general Partha Chatterjee told reporters.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby komal » 29 Oct 2014 01:13

vivek.rao wrote:Man! Can you imagine what would have happened if PAPPU and PAPPU's mommy won again? The scum of WB and scum of Delhi Italy club would have made Bengal a fireball.



1) Chidambaram and Digvijay Singh suggesting that "saffron terror" cannot be ruled out

2) Mani Shanker Ayiar arguing the need for better cooperation with ISI to root out terror

3) Manmohan Singh claiming that RSS was responsible for 1971 massacres in Dacca and that their role here must also be investigated

4) Arundhati Roy pointing out that the evidence that points to Islamic groups could easily have been planted by Hindu IPS officers

5) Wendy Doniger saying that the Hindu terror is a historical fact and such violence was routine until the civilizing forces of the British East India Company took hold in Bengal.

6) Sonia saying that anyone interfering with Indian security will get a befitting reply, that dossiers have already been sent to Islamabad and then flying off to Rome

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Re: Internal Security Watch

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby Shanmukh » 29 Oct 2014 12:22

Is this a case of another homebrewing attempt of explosives by the unqualified, spreading, wannabe Jihadi hacks?

ANI ‏@ANI_news 31m31 minutes ago

House explosion in Allahabad, Forensic team at the spot
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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby pankajs » 29 Oct 2014 12:23

HindolSengupta ‏@HindolSengupta 38m38 minutes ago New Delhi, Delhi

Now that the chief of Jamaat-e-Islami has been sentenced to death for war crimes, expect more fire on the Bengal border.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby Pratyush » 29 Oct 2014 14:36

nageshks wrote:Is this a case of another homebrewing attempt of explosives by the unqualified, spreading, wannabe Jihadi hacks?

ANI ‏@ANI_news 31m31 minutes ago

House explosion in Allahabad, Forensic team at the spot



This may well turn out to be a gas cylinder explosion. The trigger for the cylinder to explode will be conveniently be ignored.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby SSridhar » 29 Oct 2014 17:08

This IS menace is spreading

A TN s/w engineer caught at Hyderabad for trying to join IS - Daily Thanthi
Apparently, he was working in Google and has been brain-washed after seeing IS web pages. He has been released to his parents by the police after advice.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby Chandragupta » 29 Oct 2014 17:43

SSridhar wrote:This IS menace is spreading

A TN s/w engineer caught at Hyderabad for trying to join IS - Daily Thanthi
Apparently, he was working in Google and has been brain-washed after seeing IS web pages. He has been released to his parents by the police after advice.


Works at Google? Must be from a cream of students from an elite institute, surely?! And showed his inner mullah just by seeing a few web pages! You must think, exactly what does it take for a Muslim to blow up kafirs? Just a couple of web pages, apparently. So much for the 'education will rid Islam of its extremism' theory.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby RajeshA » 29 Oct 2014 18:07

Chandragupta wrote:
SSridhar wrote:This IS menace is spreading

A TN s/w engineer caught at Hyderabad for trying to join IS - Daily Thanthi
Apparently, he was working in Google and has been brain-washed after seeing IS web pages. He has been released to his parents by the police after advice.


Works at Google? Must be from a cream of students from an elite institute, surely?! And showed his inner mullah just by seeing a few web pages! You must think, exactly what does it take for a Muslim to blow up kafirs? Just a couple of web pages, apparently. So much for the 'education will rid Islam of its extremism' theory.


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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby Ramu » 29 Oct 2014 18:33

SSridhar wrote:This IS menace is spreading

A TN s/w engineer caught at Hyderabad for trying to join IS - Daily Thanthi
Apparently, he was working in Google and has been brain-washed after seeing IS web pages. He has been released to his parents by the police after advice.



You can broadly categorise an Islamist into 3 types.

1. Beginner - the one who is allowed to have his entitlement of upto 4 wives in this life.

2. Al Qaeda types - the one who has the above priviledge in this life but wants to reserve his 72 virgin ads for his afterlife.

3. IS type - the one who has the above 2 priviledges because he would have already beheaded an infidel but wants to own this infidel's wife, sister, daughter or all of them as his personal slave.

The crimes against humanity for the likes of you and me are legal and acceptable in an Islamic state. Islam is largely peaceful as long as infidel society lets him do his duties peacefully. Otherwise he is forced to join IS. Its all kuffer's fault.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby member_28797 » 29 Oct 2014 18:37

Why was he sent back to his parents? Shouldn't he be tried as a terrorist? How long before he blows up in some Indian city taking 50-100 people with him? :evil:

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby chetak » 29 Oct 2014 18:39

narendranaik wrote:Why was he sent back to his parents? Shouldn't he be tried as a terrorist? How long before he blows up in some Indian city taking 50-100 people with him? :evil:


He has broken no Indian laws.

Yet.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby member_28714 » 29 Oct 2014 18:43

chetak wrote:
narendranaik wrote:Why was he sent back to his parents? Shouldn't he be tried as a terrorist? How long before he blows up in some Indian city taking 50-100 people with him? :evil:


He has broken no Indian laws.

Yet.


If POTA was in existence, he would be in custody right now.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby chetak » 29 Oct 2014 18:47

George wrote:
chetak wrote:{quote="narendranaik"}Why was he sent back to his parents? Shouldn't he be tried as a terrorist? How long before he blows up in some Indian city taking 50-100 people with him? :evil:{/quote}

He has broken no Indian laws.

Yet.


If POTA was in existence, he would be in custody right now.



POTA will return, in one form or the other. We cannot do without it.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby pankajs » 29 Oct 2014 20:43

Karma ‏@Karma_Paljor 1h1 hour ago

@ibnlive EXCLUSIVE | Interrogation reports of the wives of terror operatives reveal they trained over 150 bombmakers #BurdwanTerrorExpose

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby gandharva » 29 Oct 2014 21:33

Al Qaeda leaflets talk of Bengal caliphate

http://www.hindustantimes.com/india-new ... 80255.aspx


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