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Last Updated Saturday September 21 2019 03:21 PM IST

Kerala's jihadi recruitment machine: important developments

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» 21 youths including women have reportedly gone missing from Kerala in the last one month

» Relatives suspect the youth might have gone to Syria or Iraq to join terrorist organization Islamic State

» Of the 21 persons, 17 hail from Padanna and Trikaripur in Kasaragod district while the others hailed from Palakkad

» It is believed that the two of the three women, who went missing, are carrying  

» The missing persons are below the age of 30 and highly qualified, including medicos and engineering graduates

Kerala's big worry: 16 youths go missing: Did they join Islamic State?

» The youths left the country on the pretext of going on a pilgrimage

» The matter came to fore with the families of the youths approaching local elected representatives

» CM Pinarayi Vijayan stated that the missing case is a serious issue and assured there would be a detailed probe

» Reports said that a person called Abdul Rasheed Abdulla is suspected to have led the youths on to the terror path 

In just 4 days - girl converted, indoctrinated in IS ideology, and now she is missing

» However, Kerala DGP Loknath Behera has said it has not been confirmed whether the missing Keralties had joined IS 

» Father of Eesa and Yahiya, Vincent, alleged that his sons were influenced by Islamic preacher Zakir Naik

ISIS in Kerala: 11 missing Keralites in terror camps, says arrested Trikaripur native

» Firoz Khan of Elambachi in Trikaripur, who went missing along with 16 others from Kasaragod, arrested by Intelligence Bureau from Mumbai

» Firoz Khan reveals to family members that some of the people who went missing from Trikaripur have reached Islamic State camps in Syria

» The Kerala police have decided to slap UAPA on the missing persons who have been confirmed to have links with the terror outfit Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS).

» One of the missing Keralite woman sends video message to her family in Kasaragod, in which she said that they were not terrorists

» Central agencies Research and Analysis Wing (RAW) and National Investigation Agency (NIA) have taken over the probe

» The agencies are expanding their probe into Middle-east countries

» More cases: Missing Palakkad youth suspected to be in Iran, one youngster from Angadipuram in Malappuram also feared to have joined terror outfit

» Reports said that missing Keralites could have traveled to Tehran in Iran

» Missing Keralites very imaginative to use Tehran route to join ISIS, says expert

» Police analyzing phone records of missing people who contacted families

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