​Arshi Qureshi, the Man Closely Linked with Religious Conversion Agencies Functioning on Foreign Shores

By HK published on July 31, 2016

Kochi: According to latest reports from state police, Arshi Qureshi, the IS link suspect who was recently arrested for playing a major role in the case of missing Malayalis, is said to be maintaining close links with religious conversion agencies functioning on foreign shores. Qureshi is said to be one of the key links in ferrying to foreign lands, those who have been religiously converted. Police procured these details after having interrogated him, along with his accomplice Rizwan Khan.

Qureshi is said to have confessed to the donning of the role of a faithful middleman, whose activities centered around Islamic Research Foundation of Mumbai. He is also said to have confessed to having converted around 700 persons, including Keralites.

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  1. Raj Puducode Reply

    August 1, 2016 at 11:03 pm

    A Pakistani mother on Wednesday burnt her 16-year-old daughter alive for marrying a man of her own choice, before shouting on the street to neighbours that she had killed the teen for bringing shame on her family.It was the third so-called honour killing in the South Asian country in as many months, and a rare example of the crime being carried out by a woman.Zeenat Bibi, 16, was set on fire by her mother Perveen Bibi in the eastern city of Lahore a little more than a week after the couple had acquired their marriage licence, police said.
    “Perveen Bibi killed her daughter Zeenat Bibi by burning her alive around 9:00 am on Wednesday,” Haidar Ashraf, a senior police official told AFP, adding the teen had married a man named Hasan Khan on May 29.Khan’s ethnicity, he is an ethnic Pashtun, while Zeenat was a Punjabi — was the main cause of the family’s disapproval, according to the woman’s family. Zeenat’s husband Khan told local TV station Geo News that the pair had eloped, but he had reluctantly allowed her to return to her family home after they promised they would hold a celebration and not harm her.He said: “After living with me for four days following our marriage, her family contacted us and promised they would throw us a proper wedding party after eight days. Then we would be able live together.
    “Zeenat was unwilling to go back to her home and told me that she would be killed by her family, but later agreed when one of her uncles guaranteed her safety.”After two days, she called me and said that her family had gone back on their word and asked me to come to get her, but I told her to wait for the promised eight days. Then, she was killed.”Ashraf, the police official, said Perveen and other family members had confessed to the crime and that police had seized kerosene oil from the scene.

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