India and other South Asian nations face a direct threat from the Islamic State (ISIS) as there is alarming news about Islamic State jihadists entering Indian territories through Indo-Pakistan borders. EurAsian Times brings to you an article from the Times of Israel.
The ISIS has reportedly named Abu Muhammed al-Bengali as its ‘emir’ in Bengal with the sole declared purpose of conducting terror attacks in Bengal in India and in Bangladesh. The most significant point that most of the counter-militancy experts are missing is to understand, why ISIS has chosen that particular part in South Asia, which is inhabited by Bangla-speaking people.
Counter-militancy experts in India are interpreting ISIS threat as a threat to India. But they are actually wrong. Islamic State is not targeting the whole of India, but only a part of it. Read More