Dolare could not be reached for comment. ATS chief Himanshu Roy declined to comment.
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Last week, one of the three had informed his family of the death of Areeb Ejaz Majeed in Iraq
Saudi Arabia’s King Abdullah warned that the West would be the next Islamic State (IS) target unless swift action is taken.
In the light of increasing threats posed by British extremists, UK raises terror threat level to ‘severe’.
ISIS stormed Tabqa airbase on Sunday and said it had captured and killed soldiers and officers.
Arif’s family is yet to come to terms with the news, according to their friends.
No one loves an Arab vacuum like jihadi extremists, and a bloody vacuum was precisely what Obama allowed Syria to become.
The priority ought to be to collectively deliberate on how to confront the present and clear danger posed by the IS.
By paying ransoms, govts in the Mideast and Europe have become some of the biggest financiers of terror groups.
Dr Afia Siddiqqi was jailed by a US court for 86 years. She was arrested in Afghanistan in 2008.
Recently, Saudi Arabia’s Grand Mufti Sheik Abdulaziz Al al-Sheik has described ISIS as “enemy number one of Islam”.
ISIS and other extremist Islamic groups have arisen as a product of US intervention and assistance.
The peshmarga were formally organised as a national fighting force after the fall of the Ottoman Empire post World War I.
The letter ended, “Nobody cares, nobody listens, it starts in Kashmir and ends up there, no where in the world cares.”