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Warning to India, Al Qaeda says will target those who kill 'Kashmiri brothers'

New Delhi: Shifting its concentration to the Indian subcontinent, feared terror outfit al Qaida has cautioned that it will target Indian security establishments and pioneers of Hindu "separatist" associations.

A ''Times of India'' report said on Tuesday that al Qaeda has even discharged a definite archive called 'Set of principles for Mujahideen in the subcontinent' expounding what its central goal is and who its future targets are.

The record additionally contains insights about al Qaeda's targets, and do's and don'ts for its individuals and subsidiaries.

"All personnel of the military is our objectives, regardless of whether they be in the battle region or in sleeping shelter at their bases. Indeed, even the work force in the midst of a furlough are not exempted because of their fight against execution of Sharia," the outfit was cited as saying in the archive.

Intending to focus on the senior Indian military officers, the outfit said ''those officers of the military who have the blood of our Kashmiri siblings staring them in the face are our objectives."

The record, which makes a few references to Kashmir, additionally addresses an occupant of UP's Sambhal, Maulana Asim Umar, UP, as the "emir" or head of the purported al Qaida in the Indian Subcontinent (AQIS).

The Indian insight offices are said to be keeping a nearby tab on the improvement as it comes not long after previous Hizbul administrator Zakir Musa drifted another outfit and transparently recognized support from al Qaida.

What is of most extreme worry to the Indian organizations is the welcome which the outfit had sent to various gatherings battling in the subcontinent asking them to vow their loyalty to what they allude to as the "Islamic emirate of Afghanistan".

Qaida, whose style of working is not the same as that of its main opponent Islamic State, additionally expresses that the Mujahideen won't assault basic Hindus, Muslims or Buddhists and furthermore not strike spots of love.

Established by Ayman al Zawahiri, the al Qaeda has the sponsorship of Pakistan's mystery benefit ISI and has sleeper cells in different parts of the nation.

Warning to India, Al Qaeda says will target those who kill

Warning to India, Al Qaeda says will target those who kill 'Kashmiri brothers'



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