Indians can no longer be smug about the relatively few ISIS radicals it has had so far. A resurgent global jihad now has more reasons to be drawn to India than ever before.
The very fact that the ISIS has chosen South Asia as the region for staging its comeback, following the Easter bombings in Sri Lanka last month, raises many red flags for the subcontinent. A scorched ISIS is looking upon the large Muslim population in the country to replenish its depleted ranks.
In fact, ISIS’ subsequent announcements of forming a so-called ‘Wilayat Al Hind’ (a fictitious ISIS province in India) and the appointment of a new leader (a certain Abu Muhammad Al Bengali) Read More