Secret Class, Land of Unbelievers, NIA Arrests 2 Terror Suspects


New Delhi:

The National Investigation Agency has arrested two persons in the Hizb-ut-Tahrir case after extensive searches at 10 locations in five districts of Tamil Nadu.

Those arrested are members of Hizb al-Tahrir, an international pan-Islamist and radical group working to re-establish an Islamic caliphate and implement the constitution written by Hizb al-Tahrir founder Taqi al-Din al-Nabhani.

Among the accused are Abdul Rahman alias Abdul Rahman and Mujibur Rahman alias Mujibur Rahman Altham Sahib, both residents of Thanjavur district.

The NIA investigation said that the two were involved in conducting clandestine classes to indoctrinate youth with extremist ideologies and portraying them as anti-Islamic against the Indian constitution, law and judiciary.

The NIA said in a statement that the trainees were taught that India was now Darul-Kafr (land of unbelievers) and it was their duty to convert it into Darul-Islam by waging violent jihad.

The NIA seized mobile phones, laptops, SIM and memory cards and incriminating documents, including books and printouts containing the ideology of Hizb ut-Tahrir, Khilafat, Islamic State, and the proposed government and its funding structure. .

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