ISKP issues a statement on the Prophet debate, threatening to attack


The Islamic State has now entered the debate over the Prophet in India, threatening to assault the country.

The Indian subcontinent’s Islamic State Khurasan Province (ISKP) has launched a news bulletin service through its mouthpiece AlAzaim Foundation. The organization’s first news bulletin, according to independent news handle Khorasan Diary on Twitter, is centred on India and the subject of blasphemy.

“The video shows @NupurSharmaBJP, the @BJP4India national spokesperson, and Muslim homes being razed. It then goes on to quote prior ISKP suicide bombers who were Indian. The handle has threatened to undertake attacks against India wherever feasible, according to a post.

According to Khorasan Diary, the film also criticises the Taliban for diplomatically engaging with India. It criticises Mulla Omar’s son, Mulla Yaqoob, acting defence minister in the Islamic Emirate’s caretaker cabinet, for giving an interview to an Indian news channel, and Amir Khan Muttaqi, acting Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan, for meeting with the Indian charge d’affaires in Afghanistan to start new cooperation.

“Followed by animations of a suicide bombing, it shows @narendramodi and the attacks on Sikhs in Afghanistan.” “Ending with a message to undertake attacks as soon as possible,” the post concluded.

The ISKP had previously produced a 50-page paper on the subject, which included photos of Prime Minister Narendra Modi patting a cow. Attacks on India and against Indian interests were called for in the paper.

In retaliation for the insult to the Prophet Mohammed, Al-Qaeda in the Indian Subcontinent (AQIS) has threatened to carry out “suicide attacks” in Delhi, Mumbai, Uttar Pradesh, and Gujarat.

Videos showing BJP leader Nupur Sharma’s controversial statement, footage of bulldozers demolishing demonstrators’ homes in addition to Modi’s, and other issues are included in the ISKP report.