Pakistani medrassah female teacher goes missing, reportedly for joining Daesh

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Pakistani medrassah female teacher goes missing, reportedly for joining Daesh

ISLAMABAD - Security agencies are in search of Islamabad-based Sammiya after arrested terrorist Khalilur Rehman confessed about the girl willing to join ISIS during interrogation. The girl deleted all her IDs after the arrest of Khalil and has remained disappeared since then.

Sammiya taught in a madrassa based in Islamabad. She was looking forward to join IS and moving to Khorasan. Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) got a lead on her after the confessions of Khalil who specifically mentioned her name.

Khalil provided the details related to the woman and told that she was in his contact with him before his arrest. Khalil was arrested by FIA’s anti-terrorism wing. The arrested terrorist used to brainwash young minds into joining IS through online platforms.

It was confessed that Sammiya told Khalil about her plans of going to Khorasan. The security agencies are currently running investigation to trace her. Sources told that FIA is also looking into her alleged travel to Saudi Arabia.

Khalil confessed during his interrogation that IS also teaches young extremists regarding how to keep their identity in disguise using online tricks. They are taught how to use techniques including VPN and running browsers through bots.