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As per reports India had shared the intelligence input that the NTJ might carry out attacks in Churches and a hotel frequented by Indian nationals.
Indian High commission was a potential target in Easter Sunday attack: Sri Lankan Parliament committee report
On April 21, Easter Sunday, the terrorist group NTJ had targeted Easter worshipers in Churches and high-end hotels in Sri Lanka hosting international guests with coordinated suicide blasts.
The unexploded shell was high-explosive anti-tank ammunition. It was allegedly left there by a scrap shop owner who had relocated.
Sri Lanka blast accused Zahran Hashim’s Facebook friend among the arrested men in NIA’s Coimbatore ISIS module raid
Mohammed Azarudeen handled the Facebook page 'KhilafahGFX' through which he spread the Daish/ISIS ideology and radical contents attributed to Hashim.
NIA raids 7 locations in Coimbatore over suspected link between city’s ISIS module and Sri Lanka blasts
The individuals who were raided allegedly had interactions with the NTJ and its head Zahran Hashim over social media.
Muslims are a minority in Sri Lanka, but a majority in the world and won’t be subjugated: Former Governor in Mosque address
It is notable here that the town Kattanakudy is in the very centre of radicalism and Wahabi extremist activities that have been linked with the Easter bombings.
Sri Lankan parliamentarian and Buddhist monk Athuraliye Rathana was on a hunger strike demanding the sacking of the two governors and a minister who have alleged links to Easter bombings.
Abdulla Rashid actively spread the IS ideology over social media and had himself led a group 21 people to migrate to Afghanistan to join the ISIS.
Conduit in Easter attacks in Sri Lanka was earlier reported for his cow worshipping jibe and hailing Pulwama attack
The Sri Lanka bombing conduit Aadhil Ameez was earlier reported for mocking Hindus with gaumutra jibe and hailing Pulwama attack
All terrorists involved in the Easter Sunday blasts either killed or arrested: Sri Lankan security forces assure their people
The chiefs of armed forces and police claimed that all Islamic terrorists involved to Easter Sunday bombings have either been killed or arrested.
Shahid Afridi’s disturbing analogy in Shekhar Gupta’s ThePrint: Destroy Indian players almost like ‘a suicide bomber’
Shekhar Gupta's ThePrint gives space to Shahid Afridi's vitriol, chooses to publish portions of his book 'Game Changer' where he singles out Gautam Gambhir and indulges in personal attacks
600 foreigners including 200 Islamic clerics expelled from Sri Lanka, visa restrictions on religious preachers tightened
Clerics had entered legally but had overstayed their visas. They were fined and expelled from Sri Lanka following the Easter Sunday attacks
Sri Lankan suicide bomber’s wife was a devout Hindu who was converted and radicalised, reveals a report by Tamil media
Pulasthini was born in a middle-class Hindu family in Sri Lanka and was allegedly abducted, converted to Islam and radicalised by Islamists groups
Sri Lanka's army chief has stated that some of the Easter Sunday suicide bombers had visited India earlier.
Reuters photojournalist Siddiqui Ahamad Danish arrested by Sri Lankan police for forcibly entering school premises
Pulitzer winner Reuters Chief Photographer in India arrested by Sri Lankan police for unauthorised entry into a school
Here is how Indian ‘liberal’ propaganda over ‘intolerance’ might have caused 100s of deaths in Sri Lanka
Hundreds of innocents have lost their lives in bombings in Sri Lanka. And the global slander campaign against India could have led Sri Lankan officials to view Indian intelligence reports with suspicion.
After India and Bangladesh’ crackdown, Sri Lankan cable operators block Islamist preacher Zakir Naik’s Peace TV
The controversial Islamic preacher, Naik is being probed by Indian agencies since 2016.
Sri Lanka ignored Indian intel on suicide attacks as they thought it was a ‘bogey’ to create rift with Pakistan: Report
Sri Lanka did not heed the alert from India about the possibility of Jihadist attacks as it feared India was trying to create a rift between them and Islamabad
Sri Lanka receives intelligence inputs of attacks planned on Buddhist temples by female bombers posing as devotees
The Muslim women members of a terror organisation had purchased nine sets of white cloths, which is worn by female Buddhist devotees
ISIS terrorist from Kasargod module case arrested by NIA, admits to planning Sri Lanka style suicide blasts in Kerala
His interrogation revealed that he was planning to conduct a suicide bomb blast in Kerala, similar to the Sri Lankan blast
Sri Lanka has declared a state of emergency after the deadly attacks on Easter Sunday by an ISIS supported organisation.
India had warned Sri Lanka about Easter bombings in advance on the basis of raids on ISIS modules in India
Terror leader of Sri Lanka bombings had visited India and radicalised several persons
Islamist terror leader wanted for Sri Lanka bombings was one of the suicide bombers, died in a hotel bombing
Zahran Hashim was confirmed to have led the Easter Sunday attacks in Sri Lanka
What helped the St Mary' church escape the bomb blast, was that the priest in charge had called the Easter Service half an hour earlier than usual time
After serial blasts shook Sri Lanka, another blast heard in Pugoda, 40 kms from capital Colombo, no casualties reported
The Islamic State (ISIS) has claimed responsibility for the series of blasts that was carried out across 8 locations in three different cities including Colombo
Sri Lankan millionaire’s family was an ISIS cell: Suicide bombers shatter shameless excuses peddled by ‘liberals’ to justify Islamic terrorism
All over the world, the terrorist attacks by radical Islamists is immediately served with long and extensive excuses about how social ills, discrimination, poverty, hardships, and atrocities lead to terrorism.
Sri Lanka terror attack: ISIS claim responsibility, two wealthy Muslim brothers were among the ISIS suicide bombers
Two Muslim brothers from a wealthy family were among the ISIS suicide bombers involved in Sri Lanka terror attack
The Sri Lankan government had yesterday stated that a domestic terror outfit the National Thowheed Jama'ath is responsible for the attacks.
The face of our ‘liberals’: They wept for Christchurch and rightly so, but where is the outrage on Sri Lanka?
The bomb blasts in Sri Lanka which have killed over 200 people are markedly different from Christchurch shooting of only a month ago.
Sri Lankan government confirms that Islamist terror group National Thowheed Jama’ath responsible for blasts that killed 290 people
Earlier, Sri Lanka’s PM Ranil Wickremesinghe has reportedly admitted that they had been warned about possible attacks by an Islamist terrorist group. PM Wickremesinghe stated that despite the warning by intelligence agencies, Sri Lanka ‘failed’ to take adequate measures.
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