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#1 [Permalink] Posted on 13th April 2020 03:52
ISIS claims responsibility for Kabul gurudwara attack, says it is in retaliation for Indian actions in Kashmir.

Pakistan asks Afghanistan to hand over captured Pakistani citizen Aslam Farooqi for crimes against Pakistan in Afghanistan.

This does not add up. Why attack Sikhs in Afghanistan? Sikhs have shown solidarity with Indian Muslims against the atrocities of the hindutva forces in India. This attack will drive a wedge between Muslim Sikh relations in India.

What is going on here? Who is pulling the strings? CIA looking to destabilize the region? India's RAW would not act overseas in a way that causes internal strife in India.

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#2 [Permalink] Posted on 13th April 2020 04:09
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Firstly ISIS never claims responsibility for anything.It is an intelligence agency like all Intelligence agencies they are designed to be secretive.

I have not watched the video you have linked.

But the claim is obviously a load of hogwash.
Why would ISIS attack innocent Sikhs in Afghanistan? And have the whole world look upon Pakistan as a Pariah state. And side with India.?

Seems more like Hindutva Propoganda akin to the one that Muslims in India are involved in #CoronaJihad and that Corona virus is in fact a #TablighJamaatVirus.

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#3 [Permalink] Posted on 13th April 2020 04:17
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Sir, perhaps you are accidentally confusing ISI with ISIS?
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#4 [Permalink] Posted on 13th April 2020 04:24
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Yes you are right my bad! Your second paragraph of Pakistan asking Afghanistan to hand over this character Aslam Farroqui. Got be muddled.

ISIS policy has been to Unite the world and incite hatred against Muslims and Islam and the concept of Khilaafah. Considering the dubious origins of this group and its leader Baghdadi and its brutality. It is not surprising that this group would do such a thing.

But then again there is also doubt if this group actually exists in Afghanistan.Or if it is CIA carrying out atrocities along with their payed blackops militias in the name of ISIS.
Strange how this embattled group that is supposedly in disarray and defeated in Syria and Iraq and its leader dead. Is able to go from strength to stregth around the world.

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#5 [Permalink] Posted on 13th April 2020 09:34
Nothing confusing here. It's most likely another play by the parent force driving ISIS. Mossad. The forerunners to Dajjal and master at spreading confusion through deceit.
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#6 [Permalink] Posted on 13th April 2020 11:05
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Is there any evidence (memoirs or anecdotal even) by retired Pak army or government officials of Mossad involvement outside of the Middle East?
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