Their governments refuse to interfere in their file… The Indians of ISIS are detained in Syria, and Turkey finds no way to return

New Delhi (ThePrint Logo) – February 18, 2022. 14:22

40 Indians, mostly women and children, are in concentration camps

  • Most of the Indians who joined the terrorist organization have higher education and are expatriates
  • India has not provided any diplomatic assistance to ISIS prisoners
  • Seyyed Muhammad Arsyan Haider helped design drone systems for the terrorist organization

Always trying to organize ISIS terrorist Attracting a large number of fighters from different countries of the world, and in India A number joined the organization, and after its end and the killing of its most prominent leaders, it is believed that many of the Indians of ISIS terrorist were arrested in Syria, Turkey and Libya, and the Indian government did not provide any diplomatic assistance to return them.

Disciple of Rahman, the son of a civil engineer who settled for a long time in KuwaitHe studied computer science at Collin College in Texas, returned home to Hyderabad, and one summer morning in 2014, at the end of his visit home, boarded a flight from Mumbai to Istanbul, and disappeared into the terrorist group’s ranks.

Government and intelligence sources told ThePrint, that Abd al-Rahman was detained without trial in al-Shaddadi prison camp near al-Hasakah, which is controlled by the Kurdish Syrian Democratic Forces, along with about 600 cadres of the terrorist organization.

At least 40 Indians, mostly expatriates in the Middle East, about half of whom are children or women, are being held in Shaddadi.

It is now believed that at least 40 Indians, mostly expatriates in the Middle East, and about half of them children or women – are being held in Shaddadi and other SDF-run camps such as Gweran And the horror. As well as prisons in Turkey and Libya.

Diplomacy is rejected

Like many other countries, India has chosen not to provide any diplomatic assistance to ISIS prisoners, a policy of no official recognition of the SDF regime.

“For families like me, the situation is very painful,” says Mohammed Muazuddin, an elderly resident of Hyderabad, who learned in 2018 that his son, Muhammad Ikramuddin, had been killed in Isis battles, and that his daughter-in-law Arjumand Bano was being held. My daughter-in-law is being held in al-Hol with her young children.

For families like me, the situation is very painful.” Arjumand Bano, my daughter-in-law, is being held in Al-Hol camp with her young children

Muhammad Moez Al-Din is the father of an ISIS terrorist who was killed in the organization’s battles

A senior intelligence official told ThePrint: “The government’s view is that there is no realistic prospect of securing convictions against these individuals, and the potential for trained and combat-skilled fighters to return to the community is very high.”

Indian technocrats in ISIS

Few details are available about the Indians held in the area, but some of them appear to have had a higher education, providing ISIS with valuable technological and managerial skills. For example, it is believed that an electronics engineer Syed Muhammad Arsian Haider Born in Ranchi, educated at Aligarh Islamic University and now imprisoned in Turkey, he helped design the terrorist group’s unmanned aircraft systems, as well as short-range missiles.

Haider had long been residing in Dammam in Saudi Arabia, and had been connected to a network run by a Bangladeshi, a trained computer engineer at Glamorgan.”Saif Haq Sujanand Pakistani citizen Sajid Babar, both of whom were killed in drone strikes on ISIS in Raqqa.

The source believes that Haider obtained electronic components for the drones through a network of front companies that he runs.Ibrahim Hajj Junaid Al-Suri“.

While there is no information about Haider’s wife, who is of Belgian origin, and the Chechen “Alina Haider”, or their two young children.

It is now believed that one of the senior technocrats in the organization is in a camp run by the Syrian Democratic Forces, which is “Adel Fayez Wadathe son of a wealthy Srinagar entrepreneur and supermarket chain owner, who joined the terrorist group ISIS shortly after earning his MBA degree inBrisbane“.

He is believed to have been recruited by an Australian militant.”Hamdi Alqudsi”, who was later sentenced to eight years in prison for his activities.

Wada did not appear to have had pro-terrorist views during his stay in Kashmir. In 2010, where he wrote a scathing open letter to the Islamic preacher in Kashmir “Syed Ali Shah Gilani‘, accusing him of orchestrating ‘useless strikes’. ‘No one cares, no one listens,’ the message continued, ‘it starts in Kashmir and ends there, and nowhere in the world does it care.’

The newspaper added that there are many similar stories, such as “Theeb Sheikh MiranA Canadian permanent resident whose family hails from Vellore in Tamil Nadu, he was employed by Hewlett-Packard when he and his family left for the terrorist organization in 2015.

Planned danger: In an official ISIS video released in 2016, several Indian fighters announced their intention to return home to fight.

As for Shoaib Shafiq Anwar He took an engineering position at a university in Saudi Arabia to join ISIS with his wife, Sophia Muqit, and both are now believed to be in prison.

In an official ISIL video released in 2016, several Indian fighters including Mutalibur Rahman, as well as several members of the terrorist group Indian Fighters, who fled to Pakistan in 2008, announced their intention to return home to fight.

An unidentified fighter says, according to the newspaper: “To those in the Indian state who wish to understand our actions, I say you have only three options: accept Islam, pay the tribute, or prepare for slaughter.”

ISIS families

Fill Ikram Al-Din the son of Moez al-Din, had a high paying job in Saudi Arabia for more than a decade, when he moved to ISIS with his wife Argomand Banu and his two children, and the circumstances of his decision are still unknown, and intelligence sources said that Argomand and the children are now in al-Hol.

And al-Hol prison, a sprawling prison housing thousands of families from all over the world, is a kind of micro-organization, where women occupy high positions in the organization to implement its laws, indoctrinate children with a specific faith, and assassinate those who are believed to cooperate with the authorities.

Government sources said that among the Indian prisoners there “Amani FatimaAnd her son who followed her husbandNaseem KhanAn engineering graduate from Thane, he worked in the Delhi metro before moving to Bahrain. The family members refused to discuss the case, but one said unofficially that they received periodic letters from Amani.

Fabna Nallakathwho followed her husbandMohamed Mansoor Berncalieri‘, along with their daughter, born in 2013, Hania Berncallieri, is another potential survivor who may now be in one of the camps, according to sources.
There are many other cases where families are more ambiguous about what happened to their loved ones.

Al-Hol prison includes thousands of ISIS families from all over the world, and it is a kind of mini-organization, where women occupy high positions in the organization to implement its laws, indoctrinate children with a specific faith, and assassinate those who are believed to cooperate with the authorities.

Ritika Shetty She lives and works in Qatar, met and married Muhammad Kamel Sultan a man of Indian origin with an excellent record as a school athlete, in December 2013 ended up traveling to Syria, and now, they are suspected of being detained in separate prisons run by the SDF.

In early 2017, closed”Rizwana Clathel‘, of Kannur’s origin, her home in Dubai, and she left for the terrorist organization with her husband, Mohammed Zaheel, and her children Rayan, Rehan and Bint Zouha, and the sources said that it is now believed that Clathel and the children are detained in al-Hol.

However, India’s decision not to seek repatriation of prisoners has become a growing concern, amid attacks on detention camps in Syria to release detainees.

Last year, launched Taliban At least 22 ISIS-linked Indians held in Kabul’s Badam Bagh women’s prison and Puli Charkhi prison have been released, including Ijaz Ahangar, a Kashmiri fighter believed to be running a network of Indian suicide bombers.

Last month, an ISIS terrorist attack led to days of armed clashes in Ghweran prison, a short distance from Al-Shaddadi, where Talibur Rahman is being held, allowing several top terrorists to escape.

The worst case scenario is that the Indian nationals now imprisoned by terrorist attacks are released

Indian intelligence official

An Indian intelligence official said, “The worst case scenario is that Indian nationals now imprisoned through terrorist attacks are released, or they buy their way out of these concentration camps, and then get travel documents under false pretenses.” “Even if we cannot successfully convict them, it is possible to monitor their activities.”

In some cases, such as that of Ziba Farhin of Hyderabad and Qatar-based, police forces have sought to rehabilitate individuals who traveled to the terrorist organization, rather than initiating prosecutions. The intelligence official said, “No case of recidivism has been recorded so far.”

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