Al-Qaeda affiliate AQIS warns of suicide attacks in Delhi, Mumbai, Gujarat, UP


New Delhi: AQIS (Al-Qaeda in the Indian Subcontinent) a branch of the global terrorist group Al-Qaeda, has warned of suicide attacks in the country to target Hindus in retaliation for the alleged insult to the prophet of Islam. The terrorist group has threatened to attack Hindus in a letter on social media.

In the letter, the terrorist group has threatened to kill anyone who speaks out against the prophet in suicide attacks. Al-Qaeda has accused the Hindus of being terrorists who have occupied Indian soil claiming to be fighters for the dignity of the Prophet.

“Even your army will not be able to protect you”

In the letter, al-Qaeda said it would ask others to fight for them and kill those who insulted their prophet. The letter said, “We will plant bombs on the bodies of ourselves and our children to blow up those who speak ill of our Prophet.”

The terrorist group has clearly stated in the letter, “Saffron terrorists should now wait for their end in Delhi, Mumbai, UP and Gujarat. Such people will not be able to stay safe in their homes nor will their army protect them. Will get. ”

Letter about Ghazwa-e-Hind

The letter mentions controversial remarks made by a former BJP spokesperson on Prophet Mohammad during a TV debate. The letter also mentions reminding people in the subcontinent that their prophet had already told them about the war of India (Ghazwa-e-Hind) and had predicted the victory of Muslims in this war.

“We will bring a wave of death and destruction to the rulers of India, and they will be crucified, imprisoned and chained,” he said.

Security agencies investigating the letter

Security agencies are currently investigating the letter, which was released on social media. Agencies are trying to figure out who uploaded it on social media. AQIS, a terrorist group affiliated with Al Qaeda and active in Afghanistan, has its eyes on India.

The United Nations (UN) has warned in its latest report that the organization has changed the name of its magazine from “Nawa-e-Afghan Jihad” to “Nawa-e-Gajwa-e-Hind”. It is believed that this terrorist group may try to increase its activities in India.

first published:June 8, 2022, 8:51 a.m.

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