Al-Qaida announces India wing, renews loyalty to Taliban chief

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  1. Spindrift

    Spindrift Regular Member

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    Source: Al-Qaida announces India wing, renews loyalty to Taliban chief - The Times of India
     
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    tarunraju Moderator Moderator

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    CIA is threatened with Modi winning support and investments in Japan, and pretty much every country he visited so far. So it thinks it can throw in a wrench with AQ. Before that it was AK. Modi is destiny's child. Keep trying.
     
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    Kshatriya87 Senior Member Senior Member

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    Hit them before they hit us.
     
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    Virendra Moderator Moderator

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    With ISIS spreading its tentacles across NorthAfrica-MiddleEast-CentralAsia, Al-Qaeda must be gasping for space and relevance.
    They might as well new to dig their heels into unconquered pastures and claim the same exclusively (atleast within the league of Terrorist brands).
    Obviously this doesn't auger well for India as Qaeda now considers us a target.
    In desperation they'll trying to or atleast show like doing an ISIL, with a bit different modus operandi ofcourse.
    This is the phase when our Intel presence and operational caliber in the region will be put to real test.

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    jus Senior Member Senior Member

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    What is STUPID analysis CIA,US MODI &Jpn

    Indian Musims are ANGELS LETS CHECK

    Indian Mujahideen 'helping al-Qaeda run Indian operations' | Mail Online

    Inspired by al Qaeda, SIMI planned suicide attack on Modi - Hindustan Times

    Indian Mujahideen goes global, establishes links with Al-Qaeda, Taliban : India, News - India Today

    These all r CONSPIRACY INDIAN ANGEL MUSLIMS SIMI/IM never existed,It is also CONSPIRACY of CIA/RSS :rofl:

    With the Indian Mujahideen in shambles, the Students Islamic Movement of India plans to occupy its space and become a proxy for the Taliban or Al Qaeda, SIMI plans to make the most of IM's downfall - Rediff.com India News

    Indian Mujahideen would be under al-Qaida: Riyaz told Yasin - The Times of India

    Top IM men have joined al-Qaeda, fighting in Af-Pak: NIA chargesheet | The Indian Express
     
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    tramp Senior Member Senior Member

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    India, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh need to close ranks in the fight.... Pakistan, as could be expected, will continue its good terrorist, bad terrorist paradigm and host them, without realising that the IS has rewritten rules of terrorism... capturing and holding territory is equally important for them and Pakistan is ripe for a takeover.
     
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    Srinivas_K Senior Member Senior Member

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    ISIS is also spreading in Afghanistan and Pakistan also

    ISIS trying to expand its influence in Pakistan, distributes pamphlets - The Times of India

    ISLAMABAD: The dreaded Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) is trying to expand its influence in Pakistan, with pamphlets being distributed in Peshawar and border provinces of Afghanistan, seeking support for jihad.

    A booklet titled 'Fatah' (victory) in Pashto and Dari languages was distributed in Peshawar, the provincial capital of Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa, as well as in Afghan refugee camps on the outskirts of the city, the Express Tribune reported.

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    The logo of the pamphlet has the Kalma, the historical stamp of Prophet Muhammad and a Kalashnikov assault rifle. Some copies were also mysteriously sent to Afghan journalists working in Peshawar, the paper said.
    On the last page of the pamphlet, the editor's name appears to be fake and where the document has been published cannot be ascertained, it said.

    Since long, Afghan militant groups, including Haqqani Network and Hizb-e-Islami, have been publishing similar pamphlets, magazines and propaganda literature in Peshawar black markets.

    Formerly known as the ISIS, the group introduced itself as Daulat-e-Islamia (Islamic State) in the pamphlet and made an appeal to the local population for supporting its jihad (struggle) for the establishment of an Islamic caliphate.

    A number of hardline groups operating in border areas have already announced support for the outfit. Among them, Abdul Rahim Muslim Dost and Maulvi Abdul Qahar, stalwarts of Saudi Arabia-backed Salafi Taliban groups operating in Nuristan and Kunar provinces of Afghanistan, have extended support to the self-styled caliph Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi.



    In this June 16, 2014 file photo, demonstrators chant pro-Islamic State group slogans as they carry the group's flags in front of the provincial government headquarters in Mosul, 225 miles (360 kilometers) northwest of Baghdad. (AP Photo)


    Besides distribution of its literature and pamphlets, some of the ISIS supporters have also made wall chalking, asking locals to join and support the group. Some cars and vehicles also have ISIS stickers pasted on them.

    Recently, established Ahrarul Islam, a faction of the Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan, is already working on the lines of ISIS. Similar is the status of the East Turkistan Islamic Movement, also known as Hizb-e-Islami Turkistan.

    Ahrarul Islam doesn't believe in boundaries between Islamic countries, therefore, it is working for the establishment of a network throughout South and Central Asian regions.

    The group doesn't recognize al-Baghdadi as the caliph, but considers Afghan Taliban chief Mullah Omar as 'commander'.

    ISIS or IS is an al-Qaida splinter group and it has seized hundreds of square miles in Iraq and Syria. Al-Qaida has distanced itself from the group, chiding it for its lack of teamwork in its aggressive, brutal expansion.
     
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    The vote bank politics of giving free passages to the Bangladeshis made assam highly vulnerable to muslim uprise.
     
  10. Abhijat

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    It's a fourth generational warfare so it has some basic characteristics:

    1. De-centralised cells
    2. Linked by common ideology
    3. Small but effective targeting
    4. Logistics provided by local supporters

    So we need to counter it at many level from a counter ideology to local monitoring etc.
     
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    Assam is a ticking time bomb and the urgency of it I think is not being understood unfortunately even by our P.M who seems to be trembling on his promises to send back these cockroaches.
     

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