ISIS Increasingly Focusing on India

Barely a month after losing all its territory in Syria to US-led forces, ISIS seems to be fast regaining its international notoriety as a major threat to global peace and security. After carrying out the horrific Easter Sunday attacks in Sri Lanka on 21 April 2019 — which claimed 253 lives and left over 500 people injured — ISIS supremo Abu Balcr AI Baghdadi made a video appearance last week to assert that the “fight is not over”. With an AK-47 rifle by his side, the 47-year old Baghdadi stated that the killings in Sri Lanka “were an act of revenge for ISIS’s defeat in Baghoue, the last sliver of territory the group held in Syria before losing it to international forces in March 2019.  Read More

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