The court has sent him to police custody till February 1.
New Delhi needs to initiate a national audit of police and intelligence preparedness, based on global best-practices.
The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights monitor confirmed the abduction of Abdallah and Fares.
Fifty-year-old Qasmi has in the past emerged on the fringes of two terrorism investigations. He was booked in 2012 in Bengaluru for making and selling recordings of speeches that incited communal hatred.
The alleged member of the terror group, identified as Maulana Anzar Shah, was arrested on Wednesday night, Police sources said.
The quotes from Trump are bracketed by a recorded speech from Yemeni-American cleric Anwar al-Awlaki, one of the most prominent English-language recruiters for al-Qaeda
The Iranian Foreign Ministry summoned the Saudi envoy in Tehran to protest, while the Saudi Foreign Ministry later said it had summoned Iran’s envoy to the kingdom to protest the critical Iranian reaction to the sheikh’s execution.
A lieutenant was among eight Philippine soldiers killed or wounded in the clash
Top American commander in Afghanistan Gen John Campbell had said that at the time of the raid the camp was used by the new Qaeda offshoot Al Qaeda in the Indian Subcontinent (AQIS).
In Paschimakachha, a Muslim-dominated village in Odisha’s Cuttack district, the family of 37-year-old Abdul Rehman Ali debunks all allegations of him being a “terrorist”.
Stating that Asif had been falsely implicated, Afia said: “I saw on news channel that the Delhi Police claimed to have recovered a laptop from him. But he does not have any laptop.”
The accused, identified as Zafar Masood, was arrested by one of the Special Cell teams that were raiding several places across western UP.
Arrested accused Maulana Mohammad Abdul Rahman and Zafar Masood, were produced before Additional Sessions Judge Reetesh Singh and the Special Cell of Delhi Police moved an application seeking 12-day police remand.
Asif is believed to be one of the founding members and the Indian head (amir) of al Qaeda in the Indian sub-continent’s (AQIS) motivation, recruitment and training wing.
The duo have been booked under provisions of the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act, said Special Commissioner of Police (Special Cell) Arvind Deep in Delhi.