It's unclear as of now whether the Lions of India operates in India or across the borders in Kashmir or Pakistan's Waziristan region or inside Afghanistan as part of the Islamic Emirate.VideoVideo: 2013 A new jihadi unit has emerged purportedly in India under the name "Ansar al-Tawhid in India," publicized through its media arm "Al-Isaba Media," which released the first video production on the group's jihadi training. It's unclear as of now whether the group operates in India or across the borders in Kashmir or Pakistan's Waziristan region or inside Afghanistan as part of the Islamic Emirate. It is also unclear whether the group has carried out any operation at all, or whether it's part of an umbrella group in central or southeast Asia. Moreover, it's unclear how many fighters it has in the ranks, and whether its members were part of other jihadi factions before. But according to the video release, titled "Lions of India," the group's leader goes by the name "Abdulrahman…
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