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Archive for September 3rd, 2008

Islamofascist Imam Syed Ahmed Bukhari to be probed for sympathising with blast accused SIMI mastermind

Posted by jagoindia on September 3, 2008


‘Probe Bukhari’s sympathy for blast accused’
3 Sep 2008, 0611 hrs IST,TNN

JAIPUR: A lower court here has directed the Kotwali police to enquire into the alleged statement of Delhi Imam Syed Ahmed Bukhari sympathising with Abu Bashar, SIMI activist accused in Ahmedabad blasts.

The court directive came following one Bharat Sharma approached the court demanding the prosecution against the Imam castigating the police for arresting the blast accused.

Chief Judicial Magistrate-Court (city) of Omi Purohit under Section 156(3) of CrPc asked the Kotwali police to register an FIR against the Imam and enquire into the complaint.

At Bashar’s residence, Bukhari reportedly consoled his father saying: “God will do justice and the community will benefit from your son’s sacrifices.”

He later in a Samajwadi Party rally reportedly instigated Muslims to come out on the streets if ‘injustice’ continued on the community.

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Shahbaz gives details of SIMI training camps

Posted by jagoindia on September 3, 2008


Shahbaz gives details of SIMI training camps

Apurva, Saturday, August 30, 2008
Jaipur, August 29: Shahbaz Hussain, the first suspect to be arrested in connection with the Jaipur blasts probe, has laid bare the internal functioning of the “multi-layered” SIMI network, said the Rajasthan Police.

Hussain reportedly told the police that SIMI held four training camps in Kota, the control centre for the Jaipur blasts, over the past year and each camp was organised with military-like precision.

Hussain is also said to have told the police that SIMI operated independently and had no connections with other terror outfits like Lashkar-e-Toiba or HuJI. Other than Kota, police have also identified four other possible SIMI hotspots — Jaipur, Jodhpur, Sawai Madhopur and Tonk — in the state. “We have no proof as such about training camps being held there, but recruitment did happen here. This is still a matter of investigation,” a police official said.

SIMI chose Kota, a BJP stronghold, as its training and recruitment base in Rajasthan as a mark of rebellion after the organisation was banned in the country, Husain is said to have revealed.

The state SIMI network was headed by Safdar Nagori’s brother, Kamruddin, who was sent to Rajasthan to enhance SIMI’s presence there. Both were arrested from MP earlier this year. The Rajasthan Police said Sajid Mansuri and Hussain began recruiting and training in Kota with the help of local SIMI sympathisers.

The Gujarat Police arrested Mansuri in connection with the Ahmedabad blasts on August 16, and the Rajasthan Police arrested Hussain a day later in Uttar Pradesh.

The police believe Hussain was the head of SIMI’s legal and journalism cell. He is a mass communication graduate from the Indian Institute of Mass Communication.

The four training camps were held in Nanta in Kota near a thermal power station close to an abandoned madarsa, said police. Each camp lasted two to three days, where the cadres, local youths drafted by regional SIMI leaders, were indoctrinated and given physical training.

The police suspect Munawar Khan, a tailor, and Dr Ishaque Qureshi, both arrested on Monday along with five others, were SIMI’s main recruiting agents in the state.

“These men were already trained in camps in states like MP, Kerala, Gujarat and Karnataka. The prime suspects in these blasts, Abu Bashir Mufti, Hussain and Mansuri, were present in each of these camps,” a police official said.

“Hussain also claims that SIMI was not involved with other terror outfits, but this is still a matter of investigation,” said an SIT member.

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Ahmedabad blasts email sent by Islamic terror mastermind Abu Bashir

Posted by jagoindia on September 3, 2008


Ahmedabad blasts email sent by Abu Bashir: Probe
2 Sep 2008, 1702 hrs IST,Times Now

AHMEDABAD: Mufti Abu Bashir Kasmi, the alleged mastermind behind July 26 Ahmedabad serial blasts has admitted that he drafted the terror mails sent during the recent Ahmedabad and Jaipur blasts, according to Times Now . ( Watch )

Bashir also said that the mail was sent by a person named Subhan who is absconding, according to Times Now . Abu Bashir was arrested in Azamgarh by the UP police and is under arrest in Ahmedabad.

According to Times Now sources, Bashir has been making revelations regarding the planning and the execution of the blasts. Sources claimed that Bashir has accepted that Jaipur blasts was also his handiwork and is being ‘very co-operative’ during interrogation.

Gujarat police had on August 16 arrested Mufti Abu Bashir Kasmi and nine others and said that the SIMI network was behind the Ahmedabad serial blasts which killed 55 people.

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Tamil Nadu Muslim mob runs amok over cartoon of prophet

Posted by jagoindia on September 3, 2008


Muslim youth in Vellore protest against publication of cartoon
Staff Reporter

It leads to violent incidents; stones hurled at six government buses

Protestors who gathered in front of the office of a Tamil daily on the Chennai-Bangalore Road in Vellore.

VELLORE: Tension prevailed in Vellore as scores of Muslim youth staged a protest against to condemn the publication of a cartoon of Prophet Mohammed in one of the Tamil dailies here on Tuesday. They pelted government buses with stones.

The protestors, who had gathered in large numbers on the Chennai-Bangalore Road, said publication of the cartoon had hurt the sentiments of the Muslim community.

Initially, the protestors staged a “road roko.” The incident took an ugly turn when the protestors pelted stones at the daily’s office. This provoked the police to lathicharge the mob. As the protestors were on the road for more than four hours, normal traffic on the Chennai-Bangalore Road was affected.

25 arrested
Police said they had arrested 25 persons for causing damage to six government buses.

In one of the incidents, three children travelling by different government buses were reported to have sustained injuries. Police said the injured were treated at the Government Hospital at Adugamparai. The police had to resort to lathicharge more than five times to restore normalcy.

The protestors also pulled down the barricades that were put up to control the mob.

Vellore District Collector Dharmendra Pratap Yadav came to the spot and tried to pacify the protestors. Vellore MLA C.Gnanasekaran was present.

Vellore Range Deputy Inspector-General of Police (DIG) T.P.Sundaramoorthy and Superintendent of Police (SP) N.Arivulselvam were present.

Employee arrested
Police said that they have arrested Dilip Kumar, one of the employees of the newspaper, for hurting the religious sentiments of the community.

In Tiruvannamalai, Muslims belonging to various political parties and religious associations gathered in front of Gandhi Statue to condemn the Tamil newspaper.

People belonging to various ‘Jamats’ and those who affiliated to TamilNadu Muslim Munnetra Kazhagam gathered in front of Gandhi Statue and raised slogans against the newspaper.

Similarly, large number of Muslims staged a protest in Chengam.

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