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Man who wanted to join ISIS gets job in Navi Mumbai

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Mumbai, Mar 9: Zubair Khan, a Navi Mumbai blogger, who had declared on a social networking site his desire to join the Islamic State (ISISI) in Iraq last year, is now working as a salesman in a Navi Mumbai showroom.

Khan was detained outside Iraqi consulate in Delhi on August 9, 2015.

Man who wanted to join ISIS gets job

No case was registered against him as authorities did not find his link with any terror outfit.

Currently working as a salesman in a Navi Mumbai showroom, got counselling from ATS after it realised that Khan was no threat to society. After counselling it was revealed that he was a regular man driven to frustration due to joblessness.

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"I had no intentions of becoming a terrorist. I am a patriotic Muslim. I presumed perhaps Iraq will be divided into several regions and ISIS will rule one part of it. I thought they will have a legitimate government. I just felt that it would be a good job opportunity for me if I became their political spokesperson," he told Mumbai Mirror on Tuesday.

He hit the made headlines when he had submitted his CV to officials at the Iraq embassy and asked them to forward it to ISIS. He wanted to serve as spokesperson of the terror outfit.

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