Al-Qaida urges Muslims in India to mount lone wolf attacks

By REUTERS
July 4, 2016 13:35

 
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NEW DELHI - A regional branch of al-Qaida urged Muslims in India to revolt and carry out lone wolf attacks, a US monitoring site reported, days after the rival jihadi movement Islamic State claimed responsibility for Bangladesh's worst militant attack.

The call by al-Qaida in the Indian Subcontinent (AQIS) follows warnings by security officials and experts that the two groups are trying to outdo each other in the region and claim the mantle of global jihad.



An online audio message purportedly from Asim Umar, the head of AQIS, said Indian Muslims must follow the example of youths in Europe and strike against Indian police and senior officials, holding them responsible for communal violence.

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