Islamic State recruiter of India killed in Syria

One of the main recruiter of Islamic State (IS) in India, Yousef-al-Hindi, was reportedly killed in a fight in Baghuz, Syria yesterday (March 21).

Yousef-al-Hindi alias Shafi was the youngest brother of Sultan Armar alias Abdul-Rehman al-Hindi, who founded Ansar-ul-Tawheed — the Indian wing of the Islamic State.

Abdul-Rehman al-Hindi was killed in 2015. Both the IS terrorists were from Bhatkal, Karnataka. They initially operated along with Indian Mujaheddin. Read more

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