Naveen Bharat Editorial
Kozhikode: The Islamic State (IS) has claimed that the suicide bomber who killed around 180 people at the Kabul airport on August 26 was arrested in Delhi five years ago and deported to Afghanistan after five years in prison. Was.
He is suspected to be an Afghan citizen. The new edition of the IS magazine Voice of Hind states: “By the grace of Allah, Abdur Rahman al-Logri, a soldier of the Caliphate, conducted an istishaadi (suicide attack) operation. The brother was arrested in India five years ago, When he went to Delhi to launch an Itishadhi campaign on cow-worshipping Hindus to avenge Kashmir.
“But Allah had decided otherwise, the brother was put on trial with imprisonment and sent to Afghanistan. Keeping his promise to Allah, the brother did not go home, but did his operation, his heart at peace and happiness. filled with,” it said.
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The 20th edition of the magazine did not mention anything about the operation in Delhi or how and when he was arrested. The National Investigation Agency had arrested three people from Kashmir two months ago for airing Voice of Hind, a digital magazine brought by IS module Ansarul Khalifa Al Hind in India.
Referring to the Taliban’s resolve to eliminate IS, the magazine said: “These misguided Sufis (Talibans) have threatened to destroy the caliphate along with their mullahs. The soldiers of Allah are ready for them and soon they Will see the punishment of Allah. The brothers who fled with Abdur Rahman Al Logari are waiting for their chance.
It may be recalled that IS claimed that Malayalees were involved in two attacks in Afghanistan.
Another IS magazine Nabha had said that Muhammad Mohsin of Kasaragod was the suicide bomber who attacked the gurdwara in Kabul on March 25, 2020. The terrorist organization also claimed that another Malayalee was among those who attacked the Jalalabad jail on August 2, 2020. .