Hyderabad: The National Investigation Agency’s charge-sheet against the recently arrested ISIS suspects in Hyderabad revealed that Sudan was a safe transfer point for all ISIS suspects.
Mohammed Naser, who hails from Tamil Nadu, and was working in Dubai went to Sudan and was waiting to get transferred to Syria. Naser was named along with three Hyderabad suspects.
The NIA chargesheet said that Naser was a sympathiser of the Tamil Nadu Thowheed Jamat since 2008.
The organisation is suspected of indulging in hate propaganda against Israel, VHP, RSS and other such organisations which is perceived as anti-Muslim.
In August 2011 Naser joined a certified ethical hacking course at Infysec, an institute based at Nungambakam in Chennai.
He also completed B.Tech (IT) in 2014 from the MNM Jain Engineering College, Thoraipakkam, Chennai and created a website, mohamedmedia.in the same year.
In October, 2014, he went to Dubai and secured a job with Takmeel Global, an IT firm located in Deira, Dubai.
He joined the firm in January 2015 as a web developer and graphic designer, according to the chargesheet.
The main source of motivation and influence for Naser to join the ISIS were the lectures delivered by Islamic scholars Anjem Choudary and Abu Barra, based in the United Kingdom, the chargesheet said. He used to watch their videos on the YouTube. site on Internet.
Using his ID Abu Khalid Al Hindi, Naser posted on Twitter the pictures and logos on ISIS that he had designed. The members used to share their opinions about ISIS and its activities in this group.