ISIS plans guerrilla warfare against India

Islamic State activists are now threatening to attack India with the help of local mujahidin.

Shaykh Abu Ibrahim al-Hanif, Chief of ISIS of Bangladesh in an interview published in mouthpiece of ISIS, Dabiq Magazine said that ISIS is planning to start guerilla war in India and aims to implement Islamic Sharia in the country and also plans to create a divide between believers and non-believers.

ISIS is planning to send its fighters from Pakistan and Bangladesh to India for this purpose. Al-Hanif also highlighted the geographical importance of Bangladesh.

In the 13th issue of Dabiq, Islamic State claimed that it will not take a longer time before Kashmir is run over by ISIS.

According to the news published in DC, a question was put if ISIS is capable of fighting ‘cow-worshiping Hindus’ and apostate factions such as Lashkar-e-Taiba, he said that Muslims will soon hear good news about the expansion of the caliphate to India.