A UN report is about to raise India’s ears. This report states that the new head of the Islamic State is Shihab Al Muhajir, who is responsible for the terrorist operation in India. It also has links with the Haqqani network in Pakistan. Due to this alliance of terrorists, terrorist threats are increasing in India too. The 12th report released on the Islamic State in Levant-Khorasan (ISIL-K) has been given by UN Secretary-General Antonio Guateras.
Command assigned to Shihab Al Muhajir
According to the report, the new head of this organization, Shihab Al Muhajir, has been made. The ISIL-K organization is also known as Islamic State. This is the responsibility of terrorist activities in India, Afghanistan, Bangladesh, and the Maldives. Its more than two thousand fighters are spread in different provinces of Afghanistan.
Killer games playing ISIL-K terrorists in Afghanistan
According to the United Nations report, terrorists of this organization are involved in major incidents of violence in the provinces of Afghanistan. The organization attacked a hospital in Kabul in May, Jalalabad in August, and the University of Kabul in November. In December, the same organization killed a woman journalist in Nangarhar, Afghanistan.
ISI got support
Shihab was elected the new leader of the organization in June 2020. The Haqqani network is supported by the Pakistani intelligence agency ISI. In such a situation, the activities of the Islamic State in India can be a matter of concern.
Warning of chemical weapons in the hands of terrorists
At the same time, the news agency IANS has said that while pointing out the possibility of chemical weapons coming into the hands of terrorists in Syria, India has said that this could lead to large scale destruction. India’s permanent deputy representative at the United Nations, R Ravindra, said militant organizations are taking advantage of the decades-long conflict in Syria. This is increasing the danger in the entire region. The Islamic State is increasing its activities here. In such a situation, threats from chemical weapons to other types are increasing.