'I'm terrorist, working with ISIS to help Muslims in Kashmir, Gujarat' - Missing Kerala man texts family
One of the missing youngsters of Kerala has sent a message to his family; the message is shocking indeed!
Kozhikode: One of the missing youngsters of Kerala has sent a message to his family; the message is shocking indeed!
In the message, he has accepted that he has become a terrorist.
"People may call me a terrorist. If fighting in the path of Allah is terrorism, yes I am a terrorist (sic)," reads the message sent by one of the missing Kerala youngsters to his family, according to a report in TOI.
23-year-old Mohammad Marwan is one of the 15 youths missing from Kerala.
Mohammad Marwan sent the message to his family in the last week of June saying he is in West Asia.
Moreover, he has said he would return once his work with Islamic State, dreaded terror outfit, is over.
Help to Muslims in Kashmir, Gujarat and Muzaffarnagar
In the message, he promises to come back after he finishes work with IS to help the persecuted Muslims in Kashmir, Gujarat and Muzaffarnagar, the report added.
Quoting Quran, Marwan said, "Allah will ask what I was doing when the community was being persecuted".
"Didn't the Prophet taught (sic) us that the entire ummah is like one body? It is my religious duty to fight for the protection of the community," he added.
"Allah will ask what I was doing when the community was being persecuted".
Mohammad Marwan is among 15 youths from Kerala who are suspected to have joined ISIS.
The message was sent via the Telegram app in the last week of June.
Against US and Russia
"Here, Muslims, including little children, are killed in the bomb attack by the US and Russian forces," Marwan wrote.
"How can I sit comfortably at home when the Muslims are is attacked," Marwan added in the text message.