Friday, 17 July 2015

Photo by Reuters

KABUL : Local Leaders who have strong link with ISIS Terrorist group has been in killed in recent air strikes of U.S Air Force, claimed by Afghan officials.

According to Afghanistan, ISIS wants to enter into Afghanistan after its strong influence in Iraq and Syria. Therefore this terror group is in contact with local Taliban Leadership, who are joining ISIS group. 

Mostly Al-Qaida Leaders and Local Talibans are inspired by ISIS. The Leadership of Tehreek e Taliban Pakistan (TTP) group who ran away to Afghanistan after Pakistan’s Military Operation against Terrorism, are also joining the Islamic State.

Abdul Hassib Sediqi, a spokesman for Afghanistan's National Directorate of Security said,” With the killings high-profile figures of ISIS in Afghanistan, we have destroyed the base of ISIS”.

However, Sediqi offered no photographs or other evidence to show the strikes killed the Islamic State affiliate's top leaders.

NATO officials declined to immediately comment on the claim, saying they would issue a statement later.

Officials said that rise of even a small ISIS affiliate could further destabilize the region and complicate U.S. and Allies efforts to end the 13-year Afghan war.


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