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#India- Life sentence for 13 jihadi recruitment, Kerala,'”no one is born a terrorist” says the Judge #goodnews

13 get life imprisonment for jihadi recruitment from Kerala T Ramavarman, TNN | Oct 5, 2013, The NIA team which investigated the case had established that the accused conducted motivational sessions in various parts of Kerala and at Hyderabad to prepare the… Continue Reading →

#India- After 6 months in jail as ‘terror suspect’, a journalist returns

Johnson T A : Bangalore, Wed Feb 27 2013, IE About six months ago, when he appeared in court for the first time after being named by the Bangalore Police in an alleged Lashkar-e-Toiba plot to target local right-wing media personalities,… Continue Reading →

Guilty until proven innocent? #fabricated #illegalarrests #minorityrights

  hoot.org Siddiqui is, of course, not the first journalist to be implicated in terrorism-related cases, though he is certainly among those whose predicament has not attracted due attention from media colleagues or civil society, says AMMU JOSEPH.   A charge-sheet against… Continue Reading →

Twenty-two questions to the Police Commissioner of Hyderabad

Submitted by admin on 25 February 2013 – , twocircles.net   By Advocate Shafeeq Rehman Mahajir Dear Mr Police Commissioner: I am told by “the Press” that Indian Mujahideen and Lashkar e Tayyaba / Toiba with several score “sleeper cells”… Continue Reading →

#Pakistan-Girls’ school on fire in Lahore over ‘blasphemous’ exam questions #Vaw

Press Trust of India | Updated: November 01, 2012 12:59 IST Lahore: A large number of people, including activists of religious parties, ransacked and set on fire a girls’ school in Lahore and clashed with police following reports that a question paper… Continue Reading →

Fasih Mohammed deported from Saudi Arabia, arrested in Delhi

New Delhi:  NDTV , Oct 22, 2012 Fasih Mohammad, an  alleged accused of a key role in bomb blasts in Delhi and Bangalore, has been arrested at the Delhi airport after he was deported by Saudi Arabia.India believes that Mohammad,… Continue Reading →

Pakistan- Run for your life

By Pervez Hoodbhoy Published: March 4, 2012 Eighteen bloodied bodies, shot Gestapo-style, lay by the roadside. Men in army uniforms had stopped four buses bound from Rawalpindi to Gilgit, demanding that all 117 persons on board alight.Those with Shia sounding… Continue Reading →

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