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ISIS Indian recruiter Afsha Jabeel dreams of global caliphate, say investigators


New Delhi, Oct 31: Afsha Jabeel, alias Nicky Joseph the alleged recruiter for the ISIS in India, dreams of global caliphate, said investigators.

Afsha Jabeel, who reportedly confessed to having tried to lure Indian Muslim youth to work for the Islamic State, was recently deported to Hyderabad from the UAE.

Afsha Jabeel dreams of global caliphate

The investigators reveal that Afsha Jabeel has been a great follower of the religious extremism of the ISIS and believed that global caliphate would be a set up some day, reported the Times of India.

Investigators found her as a committed religious fanatic. It was a joyful experience for her when Abu- Bakr al-Baghdadi declared a self-proclaimed caliphate in Iraq and Syria.

"I like a caliphate where Sharia law is enforced... the election of caliph will be done by Shura council rather than namesake democracy," Jabeen, is understood to have told Intelligence Bureau (IB) officials.

Read More: Afsha Jabeen not directly linked to ISIS: Investigation

Jabeen and her partner explained that their belief in a religious

state led them lure youth from various parts of the country to join ISIS.

After Jabeen's interrogation, Indian intelligence agencies are highly concerned that some recruits may be motivated to carry out attacks in India.

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