Islamic State Jammu & Kashmir - (Islamic State / ISJK / ISISJK)

ISK Announces Expansion in Jammu & KashmirIn February of 2016, Dabiq Issue #13 magazine publication featured an interview from Wali of Khurasan "Shaykh Hā dh Sa’īd Khān" announcing the Islamic State's intentions to operate in the highly militarized area between India and Pakistan known as Jammu & Kashmir.Wilāyat Khurāsān has great importance to Islam and the Muslims. It had once been under the authority of the Muslims, along with the regions surrounding it. Afterwards, the secularist and Rā dī murtaddīn conquered some of these regions, and the cow-worshipping Hindus and atheist Chinese conquered other nearby regions, as is the case in parts of Kashmir and Turkistan. So the Wilāyah by Allah’s permission, is a gate to reconquering all these regions until they are ruled once more by Allah’s law, and so the territory of the blessed Khilāfah is expanded.The apostate factions and agents of the tawāghīt of “Pakistan,” such as Lashkar-e-Taiba,…

Islamic State Jammu & Kashmir - (Islamic State / ISJK / ISISJK), also known as ISJK, Ansar Ghawat-al-Hind (sometimes ISJK uses) is an active group formed c. 2017.
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