Terror group ISIS has threatened to take revenge against the atrocities meted out to Muslims in Kashmir, demolition of Babri Masjid, communal riots in Gujarat and Muzaffarnagar in its latest video.
The 22-minute video was released early on Friday and shows five Indian jihadists fighting in Syria. Titled 'Bilad al-Hind, between pain and hope', the video provides an interview of the five jihadists who joined the troop in 2014.
Thane engineering student Fahad Tanvir Sheikh who travelled to Syria in 2014 along with three other men from the city is the only individual conclusively identified in the video, in which he uses the pseudonym Abu Amr’ al-Hindi.
The video also features several recruits who are suspected to have once been a part of the Indian Mujahideen.
This is probably for the first time that ISIS has released a video which focuses on India and South Asia.