Shifa Harris and Misha Siddique were part of the group that was operating various ISIS propaganda channels on different social media websites.
Two women associates of the Islamic State were arrested from Kannur on suspicion of furthering the activities of ISIS and spreading its message on social media by a team of National Investigation Agency (NIA) officials. The arrested women were identified as Shifa Harris and Misha Siddique.
Both Shifa Harris and Misha Siddique were part of the group that was operating various ISIS propaganda channels on different social media websites, including Telegram, Hoop, and Instagram.
NIA believes that Harris and Siddique were involved in the online promotion of the terror group’s activity to radicalise people and recruit fresh blood for the organisation.
The investigating team from New Delhi arrested Shifa Harris and Misha Siddique early morning from their house. The two will be transported to Delhi, reports said.
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