Parents on edge after ISIS detention news

Written By Unknown on Rabu, 24 Desember 2014 | 22.23

KALYAN: The speculation about which one of the three Kalyan youths—who are still in ISIS-controlled territory—is in the terror group's detention for attempting to flee has their families worried.

Intelligence agencies say the detained youth may be in Mosul. It is suspected that ISIS (Islamic State of Iraq and Syria, or simply Islamic State) strengthened monitoring of the youths after the fourth, Areeb Majeed, fled to India via Turkey in late November. The parents of the remaining three—Fahad Shaikh, Aman Tandel and Shaheen Tanki—are worried by reports that ISIS has executed around 100 members for trying to flee their bases in Al Raqqa.

"We are constantly praying that our boy is safe," said a doctor close to one of the youth's family. Tandel's friend Sohail said Areeb's return gave the families a ray of hope, which is increasingly turning to despair. A relative close to Tanki's family said, "We have faith in Allah that he will save our boy and he will come back."

After Areeb's return, the parents of his mates have been in touch with Indian security and intelligence agencies in the hope that they will be able to secure their release.

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