ISIS plans to attack India, wipe out Hindus
After spreading its terror world wide the last being Brussels and earlier horror in Paris, the dreaded terror outfit Islamic State (ISIS) has now made new threat to send its fighters from Pakistan and Bangladesh to carry out ‘guerrilla attacks’ in India.
In a recent interview carried by the Dabiq magazine, the ‘amir’ of ISIS fighters in Bangladesh, Shaykh Abu Ibrahim al-Hanif has vowed to wipe out Hindus and implement ‘sharia’ law in India and Bangladesh. al-Hanif also revealed the terror group is currently training fighters in Bangladesh and Pakistan to launch attacks on India and is seeking the help of the local mujahideen in the country, according to a leading English daily.
The intention behind the attacks, al-Hanif says is to rid India of disbelievers as Muslims are facing trouble because of Hindus. In Dabiq, he has warned Hindus will be their main target in India.
To establish a caliphate, al-Hanif promises to topple Shiekh Hasina government in Bangladesh. “Bengal is located on the eastern side of India, whereas Wilayat Khurasan is located on its western side. Thus, having a strong jihad base in Bengal will facilitate performing guerrilla attacks inside India simultaneously from both sides and facilitate creating a condition of tawahhush (fear and chaos) in India along with the help of the existing local mujahidin there…,” he is quoted as saying in the magazine.
“This would allow IS fighters to enter with a conventional army and completely liberate the region from the mushrikin (disbelievers), after first getting rid of the ‘Pakistani’ and ‘Afghani’ regimes”, he added.
What exactly is terror outfit ISIS?
The group has referred to itself as the Islamic State – Dawlah al-Islāmiyah or IS ever since it proclaimed a worldwide caliphate in June named Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi as its caliph.As a caliphate, it claims religious, political and military authority over all Muslims worldwide. The group’s adoption of the name “Islamic State” and idea of a caliphate have been widely criticised, with the and where it enforces its interpretation Sharia Law.