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ISIS establishes its own province in India

Organization leaders called this territory “Wilayah Hind”
19:43, 12 May 2019
Militants of the extremist Islamic State group will establish their province in India. This is
reported by Radio Liberty.

"Militants of the Islamic State extremist grouping informed on the creation of their "province" in India after fighting with security forces in the disputed Kashmir region, during which the likely Islamist militant died," the report said.

According to the information from the Amaq news agency, ISIS leaders called this territory “Wilayah Hind.”

It is also noted that because of the actions of the Islamists in the Indian army in Amphipora, Kashmir, people were wounded.
Related: ISIS takes responsibility for terrorist actions in Sri Lanka


The current statement of the ISIS can be viewed as the intention to strengthen its position after the Islamists were expelled from the self-styled “khalifat” in Iraq and Syria in April.

Earlier, it was reported that ISIS claimed responsibility for the attacks in Sri Lanka, during which more than 500 people were injured, and more than 300 were killed.

However, in March, President Donald Trump announced the final defeat of the militants of the Islamic State in Syria.
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