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Indian minorities discouraging ISIS, ‘negligible’ support from youth: Rajnath Singh

“We are very much concerned about the activities of ISIS. We are taking all steps to contain it,” he said.


India bans ISIS, hunts for sympathisers

Officials, however, suggested that it would be harder to track sympathizers if the group was banned

Read more: @ShamiWitness, Isis, mehdi

‘60% Masroor followers non-Muslims from West’

Rajnath Singh said Biswas was arrested on December 13 and during interrogation.


The jihad on Twitter

When journalists are kept away from the frontline, propaganda and disinformation can rush in.

Police seeks more details from Twitter on Mehdi Biswas

Twenty four-year-old Biswas, who was arrested here on Saturday, is under police custody for five days.


Mehdi’s 60 per cent followers non-Muslims, most Muslims from UK: Govt

Mehdi indicated that his activities were limited to posting and reposting of pro-ISIS content on social media.

Probe looking into possible Biswas’ links with ISIS: Official

Biswas, who was arrested on Saturday, has meanwhile been remanded in police custody for five days.

Pro-Islamic State handle @ShamiWitness posted average of 147 tweets per day

He used to post on an average of 147 tweets per day and has posted close to 130,000 tweets.


Muslim colleges plan meet to check ‘Areeb repeat’

Panvel college where the ISIS ‘recruit’ studied invites cops to speak about dangers of radicalisation.


ISIS recruit from Kalyan talks: Worked towards making Raqqa in Syria a free Wi-Fi city

As for the fifth youth who dropped out, sources said that investigators would record his statement to be used as evidence against Majeed.

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Islamic State using Westerners as cannon fodder, says Australia

The government estimates at least 70 Australians are fighting with terrorist groups in Iraq and Syria.

Read more: Australia, Isis

Before ISIS, the 4 from Kalyan: reserved, sportsman, extrovert, studious

Money, most agreed, would not have been a factor behind the four joining the Islamic State.

Read more: Areeb Majeed, Isis, NIA

Lawyer who represents 2006 Mumbai train blasts accused to defend Kalyan youth Areeb in court

Areeb was booked and arrested under the Unlawful Activities Prevention Act.

Read more: Areeb Majeed, Isis

Kalyan youth has told us last-known location of his three friends: NIA

Areeb has allegedly also said he and his friends were ‘inspired’ to join the IS after watching lectures of IS leaders in cyber cafes.


NIA team scours cyber cafes in Thane for ISIS leads

Areeb has been charged under the Unlawful Activities Prevention Act as well as the Indian Penal Code.