• Crime Story

    Afghanistan NDS kills Pakistan-origin ISIS Khorasan intelligence chief Asadullah Orakzai

    "The Special Units of the NDS have eliminated Ziaurrahman known as Assadullah Orakzai, the native of Akhel Orakzai agency of Pakistan during a targeted operation," the agency said in a statement late Saturday night.Orakzai, the NDS said, was involved in plotting deadly attacks on a number of military and civilian targets in Afghanistan.

    7 day(s) ago

    #Afghanistan #kills #NDS #chief #Khorasantelligence #PakistanorigISIS



  • 21 killed, 6 hurt as vehicle carrying Sikhs rams into train in Pakistan

    The local administration said that the coaster minibus in which they were travelling, from Sri Nankana Sahib to Peshawar, rammed into a train near Farooqabad.

    While the railway crossing was closed as the train was awaited, the driver allegedly tried to cross tracks from another spot, and the vehicle rammed into the coming train.All of them were Pakistan nationals and hailed from Peshawar.

    They had come to Nankana Sahib to attend prayers after a relative of theirs had died and also visited Nankana Sahib gurdwara.

    They were returning to Peshawar via Farooqabad where they had planned to stop over at Gurdwara Dera Sacha Sauda.

    1 month(s) ago

    #vehicle #21 #as



  • Crime Story

    RAF pulled off four successful air strikes against ISIS in Iraq this month, MoD says

    They were conducted over northern Iraq and all hit their terrorist targets, military chiefs have confirmed.

    3 month(s) ago

    #Iraq



  • Crime Story

    Chainalysis reveals the true state of ISIS’ Bitcoin war chest

    The claim was that the organization;s fund might be worth $300 million, as this same amount ended up missing in a search conducted since 2017.Schindler, who acts as a director of the Counter Extremism Project, stated that "This would be an ideal storage mechanism until it is needed. If done right, it would be unfindable and unseizable for most governments. "

    3 month(s) ago

    #Bitcowar #chest




  • Is the threat from ISIS really more significant because of COVID-19?

    In ISIS s weekly publication, al Naba, the group called for the mujahideen to carry out strikes against the West during the pandemic.

    Both al Qaeda and ISIS also have claimed that COVID 19 is God s retribution for the West s decadence.

    In al Qaeda s propaganda arm, As Sahab, the group pronounced that COVID 19 has exposed the West s brittleness and the coronavirus is God s smallest soldier.

    ISIS and al Qaeda s verbal banter notwithstanding, can these groups realistically cash in on the COVID 19 crisis, or are their missives nothing more than empty threats?.

    3 month(s) ago

    #really #threat #COVID19 #ISIS #Is #more #from



  • Crime Story

    Britain's 'most wanted' ISIS terrorist 'hires martial arts thug as bodyguard'

    One of Britain s most wanted terrorists had a martial arts expert as a bodyguard after sneaking back to Europe, it is claimed.Abdel Majed Abdel Bary, 29, was arrested in Spain with two Algerians Kossaila Chollouha and another helper, sources say.

    3 month(s) ago

    #arts #bodyguard #as #bodyguard #terrorist



  • Crime Story

    3 'Key' ISIS leaders including Abu Omar Khorasani arrested in Kabul, says NDS

    Kabul Afghanistan , May 12 (ANI): Afghan security forces have arrested top ISIS commander Zia Ul Haq, known as Abu Omar Khorasani along with two other top Daesh leaders.In a joint operation, Afghan police and National Directorate of Security (NDS) special forces apprehended Khorasani, who is Daesh leader for the south and east areas of Asia and an Afghanistan citizen, in the Kart e Naw area in PD8 of Kabul city.The two other terrorists the terror group''s head of public relations and its intelligence head were also apprehended.Five days ago, Afghanistan intelligence agency had busted a joint terror group ISIS and Haqqani Network and destroyed their centre through three targeted operations by the Special Forces of the National Security in Kabul, TOLO News quoted the NDS''s statement.Led by Sanatullah, a Daesh commander the group comprised of Daesh and Haqqani network members, was involved in the rocket attack on President Ghani''s inauguration ceremony, the attack on the Sikh temple in Kabul, the attack on Afghan politicians gathering in the west of Kabul, and another two rocket attacks on Kabul, the NDS said."The NDS in continuation of its special operations for identifying, tracking, and destroying terrorist cells that have martyred our compatriots and disrupted Kabul security, has destroyed the joint ISIS and Haqqani Network Centre," NDS said in a release.The NDS added that the group was also involved in targeted killings in KabulIn the past month, the Afghan forces have made key arrests of ISIS leaders.On April 22, The forces had arrested a top commander of the Khorasan wing of ISIS.

    The arrested, Munib Mohammad is a native of Pakistan.On April 4, the Afghan security forces arrested a top commander of the Khorasan wing of ISIS.

    The arrested, Munib Mohammad is a native of Pakistan.

    (ANI).

    3 month(s) ago

    #3 #Key #ISIS #Abu #Kabuls



  • Crime Story

    Germany arrests 5 Tajiks in suspected ISIS cell planning attacks on US forces

    Four of the suspects were arrested after dawn raids on Wednesday targeting several apartments and six other locations in the western state of North Rhine Westphalia.

    Another Tajik national was previously detained.The five were also allegedly planning attacks on individuals they deemed critical of Islam, prosecutors in the city of Karlsruhe said.

    4 month(s) ago

    #cell #USces #USces #planning




  • Crime Story

    Eddie Gallagher, Navy SEAL acquitted of stabbing wounded ISIS prisoner to death, tells his story

    Navy SEAL says he didn''t stab ISIS prisoner The trial of Navy SEAL Edward Gallagher was a riveting courtroom drama in which a decorated war fighter with four combat tours faced life in prison for crimes prosecutors said he committed on the battlefield.

    When President Trump used his powers as commander in chief to intervene, it mushroomed into a full blown political controversy.

    Gallagher was acquitted of the murder charge last July, but he never took the stand and has never publicly answered questions about what happened on the day he was accused of stabbing a wounded ISIS prisoner to death.

    Until tonight.

    We warn you it''s a story of combat at its ugliest and military justice at its worst.Gallagher acknowledges that people either love him as an American hero or despise him as a war criminal.

    He was charged with the premeditated murder of an ISIS prisoner in Iraq.

    5 month(s) ago

    #stabbing #SEAL #Navy #story



  • Crime Story

    Singaporean on trial for sending ISIS S$450 tells judge he only recognises Syariah law, not Singapore law

    The first Singaporean to be charged with terror financing admitted in his trial on Monday (Jan 13) that he had transferred funds overseas to support the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS).Former logistics professional Imran Kassim, 35, was charged with transferring $450 through remittance company Western Union to Mohamad Alsaied Alhmidan in Turkey for his publication of ISIS propaganda.

    7 month(s) ago



  • Crime Story

    Gujarat ATS nabs ISIS suspect from Vadodara

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    7 month(s) ago



  • Crime Story

    Nigeria: ISIS affiliate executes 11 people to 'avenge Baghdadi&' killing'

    Abuja Nigeria , Dec 29 (ANI): An affiliate of the Islamic State in Nigeria has said that it has executed 11 people in retaliation for the death of ISIS leader Abu Bakr al Baghdadi in Syria in October.A video was released on Thursday showing members of the Nigerian affiliate slashing the throats of 10 people and shooting an additional person.

    A voice over says the killing is a "message for Christians" and that all of those killed were Christian, New York Times reported.In the 56 second video seen by the New York Times, the prisoners were reportedly blindfolded all wearing orange tunics, kneeling on the ground, their captors standing behind in black balaclavas."A fighter in the middle lifts a handgun and shoots the prisoner in front of him in the head.

    The video then cuts to the fighters standing behind the other 10 prisoners. Holding each captive by the face or hair, the fighters slit their throats," reported The New York Times.Though the Islamic State or ISIS has lost all the territory it once held in Iraq and Syria, the terrorist group remains a threat as its affiliates are operating freely in several countries including the Philippines, Afghanistan, Sinai and the Sahel.In Nigeria, the ISIS affiliate is known as Islamic State West Africa Province or ISWAP.

    It was formed after members of Boko Haram splintered away in 2016.According to the International Crisis Group, it has between 3,500 and 5,000 fighters.The latest video was released by a Nigerian journalist, Ahmad Salkida, who often publishes information about the ISWAP and Boko Haram.The US has condemned the vicious attack.

    "We are appalled by the vicious ISIS West Africa attack targeting Christians in Nigeria," said Tibor Nagy, the State Department''s top Africa policy official.President Muhammadu Buhari of Nigeria said in a statement, "These barbaric killers don''t represent Islam and millions of other law abiding Muslims around the world." (ANI).

    1 year(s) ago



  • Crime Story

    Man confesses to brutal killing of a 23-year-old trans sex worker in Brazil

    A 44 year old man confessed to killing a 23 year old trans sex worker after she tried to extort him, leaving her body by a highway in S o Paulo, Brazil.

    1 year(s) ago



  • Crime Story

    Kashmiri Muslims are moderate, ISIS unlikely to get into Valley, says former RAW chief

    Speaking at a session on Taliban and ISIS; influence in Kashmir at the Military Literature Festival in Chandigarh Friday, Dulat said: ;Although there was increased radicalisation in Kashmir, it is unlikely that ISIS will take roots in Kashmir.;But, talking to ThePrint after the session was over, Dulat said there could be isolated cases of Kashmiri locals getting influenced by the ISIS ideology.

    It needs to be etched very carefully what method the government adopts to contain such a possibility, he said.

    1 year(s) ago



  • Crime Story

    Man rams into deputy’s vehicle, nearly strikes trooper in ‘extensive pursuit’

    Jeffery Shaun Rushin was arrested and charged with aggravated assault, evading arrests, reckless endangerment, leaving the scene of an accident, driving under the influence, vandalism, theft over $1,000 and multiple traffic infractions.Obion County, Tennessee officials said around 6:33 p.m.

    on Wednesday, Dec.

    11 they were called to Church Road for an altercation in Harris Station involving a gun.

    1 year(s) ago



  • Crime Story

    Brooklyn Man Arrested for Encouraging ISIS Terrorist NYC Subway Attacks

    Zachary Clark, 40, of Brooklyn, New York, was arrested in the borough on Wednesday and was expected to appear before Magistrate Judge Robert W.

    Lehrburger in Manhattan federal court on the same day.Clark was charged with one count of attempting to provide material support to ISIS, and one count of distributing information relating to explosives, destructive devices, and weapons of mass destruction, and faces up to 40 years in prison.

    1 year(s) ago



  • Crime Story

    Kerala Mothers Identify Children In Photo Of Surrendered ISIS Terrorists

    Two South Indian women claim to have identified their children in a picture of ISIS terrorists who surrendered before security forces in Afghanistan a few days ago.

    Bindu Sampath told NDTV she had identified her daughter, son in law and her granddaughter in a photo shown by the National Investigation Agency (NIA).

    The son in law''s mother, Gracy Thomas told NDTV "his hands...

    his forehead" left her in no doubt the man in the photo is her son.

    The two women said they hoped their children could be brought back home."From the pictures I have identified my son in law and granddaughter.

    My granddaughter is sitting on the lap of a lady who is covered with a veil.

    And I'm sure that if she is sitting on a lady''s lap then it will be my daughter Chinnu (Fathima) only," Bindu Sampath, who lives in Kerala''s Thiruvananthapuram, said.

    1 year(s) ago



  • Crime Story

    Turkey will free ISIS fighters and send them to Europe, says Erdogan

    You should revise your stance towards Turkey, which at the moment holds so many Isis members in prison and at the same time controls those in Syria, Erdo an told European countries in remarks to reporters in Ankara on Tuesday.

    These gates will open and these Isis members who have started to be sent to you will continue to be sent.

    Then you can take care of your own problem.

    1 year(s) ago