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ISIS threatens more attacks in Bangladesh, says SITE Intelligence

  • Sun Online Desk
  • 4th October, 2016 11:44:43 PM
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Middle-East based terrorist outfit Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) warns of more attack in Bangladesh, SITE intelligence said on Tuesday.


In an update the controversial private intelligence group said, ISIS released the second issue of its multi-language Rumiyah magazine, featuring an article lionizing the 6 gunmen who seized the Holey Artisan Bakery on July 1 in Dhaka and murdered 20 hostages, mostly foreigners.  In another article, the magazine also inciting knife attacks.


The article was written by slain Bengali-Canadian militant Tamim Chowdhury who masterminded the horrific attack.


‘The Gulshan attack wasn’t the first attack against the Crusaders by the Soldiers of the Khilafah in Bengal and it certainly will not be the last,’ it says.


IS says, as long as ‘Crusader nations’ will continue to fight, ‘their citizens will not be able to enjoy any peace and safety in any part of Bengal.’ The group threatens to ‘target expats, tourists, diplomats, garment buyers, missionaries, sports teams, and anyone else from the Crusader citizens.’