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ISIS terrorist Abu Musa attacks Judge with shoe during the hearing of 2014 Burdwan blast case

Abu Musa has a history of aggressive behaviour and attacking people. In January 2020, he attacked the warden in the Presidency Jail. In December 2017, he had slashed the throat of a prison guard in Alipore jail with an iron nail and then raised Jihadi slogans.

In an alarming incident, Islamic State (ISIS) terrorist Mohammed Mosiuddin alias Abu Musa attacked the Chief Judge, City Sessions Court in Kolkata. Musa hurled the shoes at the judge during his trial in connection with the 2014 Burdwan blast case.

According to the reports, ISIS terrorist from West Bengal, Abu Musa got furious during the hearing and hurled his shoes towards the judge Prasenjit Biswas. However, the shoe missed the target and hit a lawyer who was present in the court.


Reportedly, Abu Musa has a history of aggressive behaviour and attacking people. In January 2020, he had attacked the warden in the Presidency Jail. In December 2017, he had slashed the throat of a prison guard in Alipore jail with an iron nail and then raised Jihadi slogans. Abu Musa has been lodged in the Presidency jail under the NIA custody for his alleged role in Burdwan blast case.

Following the incident, NIA has put in a petition seeking his trial through a video link.

Read: ISIS announces its Indian ‘branch’, call themselves Wilayah of Hind: Reports

Abu Musa is an ISIS terrorist, who was arrested by CID in July 2016, in Burdan railway station. He was arrested for allegedly planning lone-wolf attacks for the Islamic States and was also accused of radicalising the youth and pursuing them to join the terror organisation.

He reportedly came in contact with Shafi Armar, a former Mujahideen operative, who later was seen as the dominant recruiter for India. Abu Musa also met Abu Sulaiman, a former member of the Jamaat-Ul-Mujahideen.

 

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