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ISIS, Al-Qaeda Kashmir links another challenge for security agencies
6/10/2023 11:14:41 PM

Early Times Report

Jammu, June 10: The arrest of three Kashmiri youth linked with the dreaded Islamic State terror outfit from Gujarat worried security agencies because Kashmir’s links with international terror organizations have been repeatedly established.
The Anti-Terrorist Squad (ATS) Gujarat Police busted the Islamic State of Khorasan Province (ISKP) module by arresting three youth of Srinagar from Porbandar and one woman from Surat. All the arrested persons were planning to escape the country by sea and go to Afghanistan for training.
The ISKP is a transnational Salafi-Jihadist organization and an UN-designated terrorist outfit.
Arrested Kashmiri youth have been identified as Ubed Nasir Mir, Hanan Hayat Shol, and Mohammad Hajim Shah, all residents of Srinagar.
This was not the first time that links of Kashmiri terrorists have been established with international terror organizations. Earlier in November 2022, Jammu and Kashmir Police had busted a module of Ansar Gazwat-ul-Hind (AGuH) in North Kashmir. The AGuH is an affiliate of the global terror organization Al-Qaeda and for the last few months, terrorists were planning to revive this group in Kashmir Valley.
Earlier on November 7, 2022 Jammu and Kashmir police had arrested an Al Qaeda operative from Ramban district, who was on his way to Kashmir Valley. The arrested terrorist identified Amiruddin Khan son of Mostafa Khan of Mashita Haora, West Bengal was on a mission to establish a network of the proscribed terror group in Kashmir Valley.
The involvement of Kashmiri youth in the ISIS terror module has worried security agencies as this development is a very dangerous trend.
Before the police arrested the accused, they were working as labourers in Porbandar. According to the police, they were supposed to work as captains and GPS coordinators on fishing boats. Along with this, the police have also recovered some weapons from them.
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