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Islamic State magazine calls for jihad and urging Muslims to take up arms

Islamic State magazine calls for jihad and urging Muslims to take up arms

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In yet another shocker from the corridors of terror, dreaded terrorist organisation Islamic State (ISIS) has released new literature in the latest edition of its magazine where it has put out insinuating content urging Muslims to take up arms to “avenge Babri Masjid”.

The content, accessed by Times Now, states that Muslims should take up arms and wage ‘jihad’ to take revenge against the Indian establishment for the Babri Masjid incident.

The sinister ISIS literature also cites Uttar Pradesh doctor Kafeel Khan to paint false narrative of ‘Islamophobia’, and also attempts to spread propaganda to instigate Muslims against the Citizenship Amendment Act.

Earlier this month, a chargesheet filed by the National Investigation Agency stated that the Indian module of the terrorist organisation was planning to set up its units inside the jungles of South India.

As per the chargesheet filed in July, an offshoot of the Islamic State operating in southern India – the Al-Hind – had plotted to establish ‘ISIS Daishwilayah’ (province) inside the dense forests of Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh and Kerala in 2019.

The NIA subsequently filed a chargesheet against 17 conspirators for establishing a terror outfit conspired by two terrorists from Bengaluru and Cuddalore in order to carry out terror attacks across the country.

The two key conspirators – Mehboob Pasha from Bengaluru and Khaja Moideen of Cuddalore – recruited youths, and procured arms and ammunition in large quantities, along with a huge cache explosive material to make improvised explosive devices (IEDs).

Last week, a special NIA court sentenced 15 people with rigorous imprisonment up to 10 years and fine in connection with the ISIS Delhi conspiracy case for trying to establish its base in India by recruiting Muslim youth.

Source: Times Now News

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