Former Google Security Analyst Arrested for Trying to Join #ISIS

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A former Google security analyst was arrested for trying to join ISIS.
The Times of India reported, via Religion of Peace:

A former Google employee was detained for allegedly trying to join the Islamic State (IS) in Iraq, police said, after making a breakthrough which could help them bust an organised network of home-grown jihadis, planning to join the militant group.

Police sources in Hyderabad said that security analyst Munawad Salman, 30, a resident of Musheerabad, was held after officials tracked his conversation for months and was certain that his hidden agenda to visit Saudi Arabia was to cross over to Iraq and join Islamic State .

“He is being grilled for more information. This is perhaps the first time, a software engineer has got attracted to a global terror outfit like Islamic State in the recent past,” a senior police official told TOI.

“The arrest is very significant and could open a big door for us to trace more educated youth getting influenced by militants,” the officer said, referring to IS, whose main motive is to establish Caliphate (Islamic State) in vast swathes of the world.

Software engineer Salman, quit his Google India job six months ago. Since then, he had been actively reading ‘Al Isabha’ web propaganda, which is again run by sympathizers of Islamic State , formerly Islamic State of Iraq and Syria and al-Qaida, to target Indian Muslims, sources said.

3 thoughts on “Former Google Security Analyst Arrested for Trying to Join #ISIS

  1. So, he wanted to switch from the Google branch of the CIA to the ISIS branch of the CIA. Isn’t that just a “lateral transfer”?

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