Wednesday, June 20, 2018
News Code : 351380 | Publish Date :2018/3/14 - 19:30 | Category: FORUM

Daesh terrorist group communicate by telegram, whatsApp in Pakistan
Pakistan-based Deobandi takfiri terrorists of notorious Daesh(or ISIS) group use a communication group on cloud-based texting app Telegram, Shaikh Muhammad Imran alias Saiful Islam Khilafati, an arrested ISIS militant, disclosed to the investigators. In order to stay in touch globally, Daesh also operates WhatsApp groups throughout the world, Khilafati said.

Hawzah News Agency (Islamabad, Pakistan) - Officials stated that the detained terrorist was also in touch with fellow Daesh extremist Nasim Shah, who was reportedly killed during an encounter in Lahore.


Khilafati asserted that it was Shah who brainwashed Noreen Leghari, a female terror suspect who was arrested during a police encounter in Lahore in April, last year, and later identified as an MBBS student at the Liaquat University of Medical and Health Sciences (LUMHS) in Jamshoro.

 

 


Leghari had gone missing from Hyderabad a couple of months prior to her arrest but later fact was made known that she had married a terrorist and was living with him in Lahore.


Further, as per the officials, Khilafati was specifically trained in the usage of the black net (darknet), proxies, and virtual private networks (VPN).

 

 


Muhammad Mehdi ul Huda, one of his accomplices, was detained earlier in Multan but was released owing to the lack of evidence against him. 
Huda was involved in promotional activities for Daesh that included wall-chalking, flag placement, and distribution of booklets.

 

 

Khilafati, who was arrested by the Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) a few days ago from Karachi, claimed that members of the banned extremist outfit share audio messages with each other throughout the world via Telegram.


The chatting group goes by the name of 'Kaddu', officials said citing Khilafati and added that the administrator of the chatting group is a terrorist known as "Baba Jani".

 


Officials stated that the detained terrorist was also in touch with fellow Daesh extremist Nasim Shah, who was reportedly killed during an encounter in Lahore.


Khilafati asserted that it was Shah who brainwashed Noreen Leghari, a female terror suspect who was arrested during a police encounter in Lahore in April, last year, and later identified as an MBBS student at the Liaquat University of Medical and Health Sciences (LUMHS) in Jamshoro.

 


Leghari had gone missing from Hyderabad a couple of months prior to her arrest but later fact was made known that she had married a terrorist and was living with him in Lahore.


Further, as per the officials, Khilafati was specifically trained in the usage of the black net (darknet), proxies, and virtual private networks (VPN).

 


Muhammad Mehdi ul Huda, one of his accomplices, was detained earlier in Multan but was released owing to the lack of evidence against him. 
Huda was involved in promotional activities for Daesh that included wall-chalking, flag placement, and distribution of booklets.

 

 

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