| India: Islamic State Muslims planned jihad massacre at police station
| Wednesday, July 06, 2016
|They pledged their allegiance to the man they believe to be the leader
of all the Muslim believers. Then they plotted jihad mass murder. “Nabbed ISIS suspects from Hyderabad vowed to serve Baghdadi: NIA,” by Jitendra Bahadur Singh, India Today, July 4, 2016:
Investigators probing the suspected Hyderabad module of
the ISIS have discovered that the five men arrested for their alleged
links with terror group had pledged allegiance to its leader, Abu Bakr
al-Baghdadi, NIA sources told India Today.
After having met four-five times, the suspects wrote their pledge and
delivered it to their handler Shafi Armar, top sources in the
investigating agency said. In Islamic terminology, such oath is called
Bay’ah, they explained. The alleged leader of the five arrested people,
Ibrahim Yazdani, got his men sign a Bay’ah for Baghdadi, scanned it and
emailed it to his handler in Syria, according to NIA officers.
Investigators have gathered sufficient evidence of the pledge,
sources said. Their Bay’ah meant they were now supposed to follow
Baghdadi’s orders without questioning, officers added. Yazdani allegedly
wanted to travel to Syria with his wife, son and brother Iliyas. He was
planning to enter Syria via Turkey and Greece, investigators say.
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|posted by D.Swami Gwekanandam @ 6:26 AM