There are reports that the National Investigation Agency(NIA) which had gone to Afghanistan to probe the links of a few Malaayalees from Kerala who maintained close links with the terror outfitsIS,have got some very important leads.Report of a Vaikom native who was lured to become suicide bomber had emerged.On the basis of reports of luring of non Muslim women(love Jihad) by Islamists ,Global Council of Indian Christians(GCIC) demands Federal government to make thorough Probe for safety and security of all sections of people.
Planned terrorism cannot be taken lightly as Islamic militancy poses a threat to all mankind.Global Council of Indian Christians(GCIC) urges christians to come out of political correctness to address this challenge.Middle east genocide against christians should open eyes of the christian leaders.."Salafism" in India is directly connected with terrorism,according to reports emanating from various quarters.GCIC had attempted to raise this after hand chopping of Prof. T. J. Joseph in Kerala,let us read the writings on the wall.
Media reports that terrorists connected to the so-called Islamic State(IS) plan to target Syrian Christians in Kerala is causing concerns for religious leaders in the southern Indian state.The Times of India daily recently reported that Kerala police have busted an IS-inspired cell.Interrogations reportedly revealed that the Islamic militant outfit was targeting churches and institutions run by "a denomination of Christians of Syrian lineage.".The report did not specify the denomination, but said they were targeted because their ancestors had killed Muslims during the historical crusades.
The module, which wanted to prove its presence in the state, had plans to take revenge on the Christian denomination.
Posted on October 6, 2016, 5:41 PM
The IS-inspired module in Kerala, busted by NIA and sister agencies, had plans to attack a Christian denomination(Syrian Origin) in the state among other targets.
The National Investigation Agency (NIA) on Sunday arrested six members of a fresh terror module, allegedly inspired by the Islamic State (IS), a senior NIA official said.Five suspects were arrested when they assembled on a hilltop at Kanakamala in Kannur district of Kerala to plan their next move, said the NIA official.The other accused was arrested from Kuttiyadi in Kozhikode district.