Wednesday, December 6, 2023

Topic: Terrorism

From ‘terror’ to ‘twist’: A classic case of Islamophobia

Why is the term “terrorism” so prominent today when talking about certain kinds of contemporary violence—not only in the United States but also in...

Supreme Court dismisses NIA’s appeal in Kerala Muslim men’s terrorism case acquittal

Justice Bhushan Ramkrishna Gavai of the Supreme Court has dismissed the National Investigation Agency's (NIA) appeal against the Kerala High Court's acquittal of five Muslim men in a terrorism case.

UP: Two Muslim men arrested over “al-Qaeda module” gets bail after 597 days

Allahabad High Court Thursday has granted bail to two Muslim men, Mohd Mustaqeem and Mohammad Shakeel, who were arrested in connection with a pressure cooker bomb case in Lucknow. They had been held in custody for 597 days prior to being granted bail.

Kerala police label protesting Congress leaders ‘terrorists’; ‘Cos they are Muslims?’ asks Congress

In a controversial move, Kerala Police informed a local court in a remand report that it is speculating 'terrorist links' of the Muslim leaders of Congress party who protested demanding state accountability on the suicide of a 21-year-old Mofiya Parveen allegedly after she complained of domestic violence at the hands of her husband.

License to kill granted by weaponising counter-terrorism

Unless we turn to an empathetic and psychological approach for the reintegration of Kashmir and a more reformed outlook at our counter-terrorism strategies, we would be looking at several impotent aggressive measures that lack direct engagement. 

Kashmir photojournalist among eight arrested under UAPA in militant conspiracy case

A photojournalist from Kashmir valley, Manan Gulzar Dar, was one of eight persons arrested under draconian UAPA by the National Investigation Agency in a militant conspiracy case.