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    Posted: 30-May-2017 at 10:32pm
Everything allowed in Sharia is done here: Indian ISIS recruiter offers youngsters back home women in a bid to lure them into joining him in Afghanistan terror camps

'Everything allowed in Sharia is done here': Indian 'ISIS recruiter offers youngsters back home women in a bid to lure them into joining him in Afghanistan terror camps'

  • Abdul Rashid Abdulla, from Kerala, has allegedly been heard enticing young Indians to Afghanistan with promises of virgin wives or widows of slain militants
  • In the heavily encrypted tapes uncovered by India Today, he 'promotes' life in ISIS terror camps where housing and all of life's luxuries are provided 
  • According to top security officials, Abdulla took 17 people from Kasargod and four from Palakkad in Kerala to ISIS camps in Afghanistan
  • And in January, the NIA named him a key motivator for the terror outfit in India
  • Some 75 people have been arrested across India for suspected links with ISIS

In heavily-encrypted audio transmissions from the mountains of Khorasan, he appears to be heard extolling jihad, offering women, housing and pious life to young Indians.

Kerala's Abdul Rashid Abdulla is believed to have started ISIS recruitment and fundraising operations in the southern state in July 2015. 

In less than two years, he has risen through the terror ranks and is now thought to be the group's recruiter-in-chief for India based out of Afghanistan.

And now an India Today investigation has cracked open tightly-guarded tools of communications Abdulla has apparently been using to lure young men back home into ISIS fold. 

Audio signals accessed exclusively by the network shed new light on the Islamist outfit's India module recruiting new insurgents, mostly from Kerala. 

Abdulla's messages in Malayalam allegedly aim to radicalise youth in the name of Islam and a ballyhooed promised Caliphate. 

'ISIS has much more territory than you can imagine in Iraq, Sham, Libya, Khorasan, Africa, etc. These lands are ruled by Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi. He is the leader of all Muslims in the world. Therefore, it is obligatory to give bayat (oath of allegiance) to him,' he is heard saying in Malayalam in one of the transmissions from his Afghan hideout to Kerala.

Highly-places sources in the country's intelligence establishment have confirmed the authenticity of Abdulla's voice on Telegram audio files obtained by India Today. 

A resident of Kasaragod district, Abdulla had allegedly led 21 youth from the state to ISIS dens in Afghanistan. Reports suggest two to three of them died in security ops this year. 

But the India handler continues to send audio clips back to Kerala via the highly-secure telegram messaging app in order to fill his rosters with insurgents from India, the investigation found.

In the tapes, he allegedly repeatedly glorifies ISIS as a 'normal country' espousing shariat.

'This is just like a country here, just like any other government. We lead a normal life here in Islamic State Khorasan,' he says. 

'Everything allowed in sharia is done here and anything not allowed by sharia cannot be done here. There are different departments here under the Islamic State government, such as the departments of education, agriculture, police, wealth, zakat (charity), finance and a department of jihad,' he reportedly said. 

Without demanding tough commitments, Abdulla is heard tossing out baits to induce his target audience. 

ISIS' Afghanistan-based India handler is heard enticing young men with women, saying guerrillas in the group are encouraged to marry widows of slain militants.

'My friend, Murshid, married a virgin woman,' he allegedly says, 'Sajid married a widow with two children and Manjat a widow with one child. So whatever the case is, getting married here is easy.' 

Indoctrination follows next as he gives his own interpretation of sacred texts and sharia, calling ISIS purely Islamic. In the same vein, he allegedly justifies use of brutal violence as part of jihad. 

He reportedly says: 'It's a sunnah to do jihad. Islamic state also does jihad - against the mushrikeen, kuffaar, murtadeen and munafiqeen. Let Allah show the correct path to all and may we all meet in heaven.'

In his messages, he presents housing, meat and even chocolates to future recruits. 

'All facilities are there including electricity and water in houses. 

'There are individual houses. Most houses are owned by the government. There are markets here where everything is available. 

'Everything that is available back in our country is available here also - chocolates, biscuits, meat, vegetables,' Abdulla says. 

According to top security officials, Abdulla took 17 people from Kasargod and four from Palakkad in Kerala to ISIS camps in Afghanistan. 

In January, the NIA named him a key motivator for the terror outfit in India. 

His recruits, security officials say, included professionals doctors, engineers and management experts. 

Until March this year, as many as 75 people have been arrested from across India for suspected links with the ISIS. 

Of them, 21 belonged to Kerala, 16 to Telangana, nine to Karnataka, four to Tamil Nadu, eight to Maharashtra, six to Madhya Pradesh, four to Uttarakhand, three to Uttar Pradesh, two to Rajasthan and one each to Jammu and Kashmir and West Bengal, highly placed officials told India Today

Edited by MateenK - 30-May-2017 at 10:35pm
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