Al Qaeda is plotting to attack India, Pakistani terrorists are gathering in Afghanistan

A United Nations report says there are about 1,000,000, 500 terrorists active in neighboring Afghanistan from Pakistan, most of whom have links to the Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP). Is.

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United Nations A report Pakistan About 6,000-6,500 terrorist neighbors Afghanistan Most of them are active in Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) and both of them pose a threat to the country. ISIS, Al Qaeda And the 26th report of the Analytical Assistance and Prohibition Monitoring Group on Individuals and Organizations states that al-Qaeda (AQIS) operates under the Taliban in the Indian subcontinent from the provinces of Nimroz, Helmand and Kandahar in Afghanistan.

Aiming to avenge the death of its leader
“According to the report, the organization has one and a half to two hundred members from Bangladesh, India, Myanmar and Pakistan,” it said. The current mastermind of AQIS is Osama Mehmood, who has replaced the slain Asim Omar. “There are reports that AQIS is plotting to avenge the death of its former leader in the area,” the report said.

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TTP Pakistan also trembled
The report said that Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP), Afghanistan’s largest terrorist organization, has claimed responsibility for several other high-profile attacks in Pakistan and carried out by Jamaat-ul-Ahrar and Lashkar-e-Islam. Assisted in the attack. It said many former TTP militants had joined the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) and member states feared that the organization and its various smaller groups had allied themselves with ISIL. That will do.

Thousands of Pakistani terrorists
“The total number of Pakistani foreign terrorist fighters in Afghanistan is between 1,000,000 and 50,000, most of whom are linked to the TTP, and both countries are under threat,” the report said. There are many more terrorist organizations active in Afghanistan, most of which operate under the Taliban, but a few are linked to ISIL, the report said. According to member states, al-Qaeda is secretly active in 12 provinces of Afghanistan and its leader Ayman al-Zawahiri is based in the country.

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Al Qaeda is also active
Surveillance estimates put the total number of al-Qaeda fighters in Afghanistan at between 400,000 and 60,000. The monitoring team further estimates that the current number of ISIL members in Afghanistan is 2,200. Its leader is Sheikh Matiullah Kamahwal, who was formerly the kingpin of ISIL-K in the corner. In addition, Syrian citizens Abu Saeed Saeed Mohammed Al Khursani and Sheikh Abdul Tahir are also in the top positions. The group was told that two senior ISIL commanders, Abu Qutaybah and Abu Hazar al-Iraqi, had arrived in Afghanistan from West Asia.

ISIL has a global agenda
The report said ISIL had suffered casualties in Conran, which left Nangarhar province in late 2015. In April and May, Afghan special forces conducted nationwide raids and arrested several leaders of the organization, including ISIL chief Aslam Farooqi, his predecessor Zia-ul-Haq, and other senior members. According to some member states, ISIL wants to move towards a ‘global agenda’ through the implementation of ISIL’s core leadership approach, under which Afghanistan is seen as a basis for spreading the effects of terrorism over a wide area.

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A combination of anti-American terrorists
“Although ISIL is capable of carrying out high-profile attacks in many parts of the country, including Kabul,” the report said. Working with the network, the agency claimed the first attack on April 15, 2020, in the Maldives, where five government boats were targeted.


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