Ground Report | New Delhi: Kabul airport attacker; The pro-IS magazine Sawt-al-Hind (Voice of India) affiliated with the Islamic State of Khurasan (ISKP), a branch of the global extremist organization Islamic State, or ISIS, a suicide bomber struck Kabul airport last month. The attacker was arrested in India five years ago.
The September issue of the magazine states that the suicide bomber involved in last month’s suicide attack at Kabul Airport was arrested in India five years ago and deported to Afghanistan after his imprisonment.
Kabul Airport on August 26 US soldiers and Afghan people waiting outside the airport for evacuation to the attack and killed at least 170 people, including 13 US troops, which were made while the injured were near 150 Were When the Taliban took control of Kabul on August 15, thousands of people were trying to flee the country.
Kabul airport attacker
They were mostly serving US and allied forces in one way or another, and the United States had made arrangements for their evacuation and had taken full control of Kabul Airport for the same purpose. As of August 31, the United States had evacuated more than 100,000 people from Afghanistan, according to US officials.
A new issue of ISIS’s 20-page propaganda magazine states that thousands of Afghan bureaucrats were trying to flee the country after the Taliban took control of Kabul, while a suicide bomber named Abdul Rahman Logari killed 13 Americans. About 250 people were killed, including soldiers and more than a dozen Taliban fighters.
“Abdul Rehman, a suicide bomber involved in the Kabul airport attack, was caught in Delhi five years ago when he planned to target Hindu places of worship to avenge the atrocities in Kashmir,” the magazine said. had been. But God had decided something else. He was taken into custody after his arrest and then deported to Afghanistan, where he made a happy attack on the airport.
Focuses mostly on India
According to a research paper published in the International Center for Political Violence and Terrorism Research, the magazine is believed to be ISIS’s official pro-propaganda magazine used for new recruits and focuses mostly on India. He uses it as propaganda in the subcontinent.
According to the article, there are ISIS fighters in Karnala and Karnataka in India, which number about 200 people. In the same article, it is written that ISIS likens operations in the subcontinent, including India, to Gaza India, for which they recruit.
According to a report of The Hindu newspaper, in September 2020, Indian police arrested Abdullah Basit (Khattab Bhai), a founding member of the Voice of India, from the Indian city of Hyderabad, from whose mobile phone the ISIS online magazine ‘Voice of Copies of ‘Hind’ were also recovered.