Terrorism

  • White Paper on Terrorism in India

    The issue of fake terrorism charges and the unjust arrests and defamation of our community, especially since 2001, is the biggest challenge facing the community ever since. A grand conspiracy hatched by the powers that be, IB, Police and media,...

  • NIA team visits Bagli again

    Bagli (Dewas): An NIA team visited Bagli again and interrogated three persons. It made enquiries with Kamalsinh Yadav, Umesh Shivhare and Pancham Sikarwar. While Yadav was grilled earlier too and was asked the same questions; Shivhare and Sikar...

  • Pragya Thakur suffers brain stroke

    Bhopal: Pragya Thakur, accused in the Sunil Joshi murder case, is reported to have suffered a brainstroke. According to Superintendent of Central Jail, M R Patel, she was sent to Bhopal Memorial Hospital when she complained of headache. After t...

  • National Commission on Minorities’ legal cell deserted

    New Delhi: Legal cell of National Commission on Minorities to provide legal assistance to members of the minority community (Muslims) falsely implicated by police and security agencies in terrorist and other such cases appears these days to be ...

  • “Let 99 Muslims be hanged to death rather than a Hindu be accused of terrorism”

    An act of terror can be performed only by non-Hindus like Muslims. Even if there is involvement in terror, it is reaction of the Hindu but not a terror action because they are not terrorists.

  • Terror victim released honorably

    New Delhi: Khalid Ali, a 38-year old Mechanical engineer who was arrested in the first week of November last year (2012) a few months after communal riots in Kosi Kalan (near Mathura) was honourably released on 26 March from Mathura Jail. It ma...

  • Communal violence in Akot: a pre-planned conspiracy

    Report of a fact-finding committee of an incident of communal violence in Akot in which 4 persons were killed and several injured. Twenty two homes of Muslims and about 25 shops belonging to both Hindu and Muslim were set ablaze.

  • Karnataka Police Progress in Terror investigation

    This is the progress Karnataka Police has made in investigating the role of Muslims in terrorism and hence 18 Muslim terror suspects have been arrested.

  • How the police made SIMI president sing their tune

    When Sadhvi Pragyasingh Thakur revealed involvement in terrorist attack her accomplice, Lt Col Prasad Shrikant Purohit said had started singing. The ATS also can make others 'sing' different tunes as they desire.

  • Karnataka Police imitating Gujarat

    By Saquib Ahmed, Adv With the recent arrest of 18-odd youth in the so-called cases of conspiracy to kill prominent BJP leaders and attack buildings of importance, the Karnataka Police has imitated the method and style used by the Gujarat po...

  • Jamiat Ulema-e Hind takes IB to court

    The Jamiat-i-Ulema Hind Maharashtra (Arshad faction) has filed a writ petition in the Supreme Court against the Intelligence Bureau for allegedly framing Muslim youth in terror cases. The organisation, which has been providing legal aid to youn...

  • First encounters, now terror arrests – different means, same target

    The chargesheeted Praveen Togadia and Indresh Kumar are roaming free while innocent Muslim youths are being arrested and put behind bars for several years on the basis of suspicions and flimsy charges - which is evident from their subsequent acqui...

  • Sacrificial Lambs - ii

    Shabbir Masihullah of Malegaon was running a battery shop when ATS people picked him up and accused him of taking part in the Malegaon 2006 blasts. He had to spend five years behind bars for no crime committed. He is now out on bail, trying to ...

  • NIA chargesheets two more saffronites

    In a supplementary chargesheet in the Samjhauta Express blasts case, the National Investigation Agency (NIA) accused two more, adding up to a total of seven accused in the case, all of whom have Hindu right-wing connection. Kamal and Ashwani Ch...

  • Release of Nimesh report demanded

    Aatankwaad ke Naam pe Qaid Nirdoshiyon ka Rihaai Manch (Forum for the release of innocent detainees in the name of terrorism) criticised the U.P. state government for delaying the report of the RD Nimesh Commission which was constituted to prob...

  • Accused innocents, traumatized spouses and broken families

    Afsana’s saga of suffering reads like the woeful mourning over the slow death of conscience within our society. Her husband Shakeel was brutally murdered just before he was again found not involved in another of the sixteen false cases slapped aga...

  • Why Indian Mujahidin is banned?

    Emails to US State Department, UK Home Department seeking grounds and the information used to arrive at the decision to ban IM, including the claim that the said outfit wants to establish an Islamic state in India and to implement Sharia here, hav...

  • Mushawarat on Qateel's murder—sections of agencies at war with Muslims

    According to AIMMM it seems that the reason for Qateel's murder is to use Qateel's fake confessions in courts against other accused and the aim of certain sections of the administration is to demoralise the Indian Muslim community and to slow down...

  • Why media blacked out AIMPLB Conference

    By Asim Jalal Media is the fourth pillar of democracy. It is an inseparable part of a strong and influential society. It  acts as a link between the people and government and projects problems, difficulties and needs of the people befo...

  • When govt will apologise to its innocent “terror” victims: Manisha Sethi

    “When actor Shah Rukh Khan was detained for a couple of hours at a New York airport recently, the media as well as Indian authorities went into overdrive and sought an apology from the United States administration. When American officials...