The ISIS Is Dead, But More Dangerous And India Has Plenty To Worry

Chaos coupled with assassinations is what the Islamic State is planning in a bid to make its comeback. Intelligence agencies across the world had warned that once the ISIS loses ground in Syria and Iraq, it would prove to be a menace in other parts of the world.

powered by Rubicon Project Reports suggest that the number of fighters the ISIS has in Syria and Iraq is around 3,000. A report by the Soufan Centre suggests that for the ISIS to get back to 2014, it would need to get back to 2013.

The ISIS had launched a massive campaign in 2013 when it freed thousands of its detained members from Iraqi jails. The outfit then went on a rampage by assassinating several Iraqi officials, particularly local police officers. Read More

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