Urdu document passed to U.S. media by Pakistani with links to the Taliban
Preparations underway to attack India as a way of enticing U.S. into battle
Urges Taliban factions to join with ISIS in bid to form a worldwide caliphate
Worldwide caliphate will ‘behead every person that rebels against Allah’
U.S. intelligence officials say they believe the document is authentic
A recruitment document understood to be written by ISIS militants has revealed the terrorist group’s plans for all-out war to bring about ‘the end of the world’.
The Urdu document, passed to the American Media Institute by a Pakistani citizen connected to the Taliban, reveals the scale of the ambition of ISIS, including targeting India to provoke the U.S. to intervene.
It details how they are urging the units of the Pakistani and Afghan Taliban into one army with ISIS, and asking al-Qaeda to join ISIS to forge a caliphate.
Recruiting: A document found in Pakistan and understood to be written by ISIS militants has revealed the terrorists group’s plans to entice the U.S. into battle by targeting diplomats and launching attacks on India
Brutal: The document proclaims the caliphate will ‘survive and prosper until it takes over the entire world and beheads every last person that rebels against Allah.
‘Accept the fact that this caliphate will survive and prosper until it takes over the entire world and beheads every last person that rebels against Allah,’ the document, seen by USA Today, reads.
Preparations for an attack on India are underway, it adds, which ISIS leaders hope will end with a war with the U.S.
‘Even if the U.S. tries to attack with all its allies, which undoubtedly it will, the ummah [world’s global community] will be united, resulting in the final battle’, it adds.
The pamphlet outlines a plan to target U.S. soldiers as they pull out from Afghanistan, kill American diplomats and attack Pakistani officials.
U.S. intelligence officials have reviewed the document and say they believe it is authentic, based on the language used and a series of ‘unique’ markings.
MailOnline in India revealed security forces in the country have stopped more than 25 Indian citizens from joining ISIS, after they were radicalized by the terror group.
Security officials closely monitored their lives but have decided not to arrest or charge the would-be jihadis with any offence, as part of a new strategy to try and de-radicalize them.
In June India’s defense minister Rao Inderjit Singh said ISIS’ bulging bank balance means it could potentially buy a nuclear weapon from Pakistan.
His comments to a security conference in Singapore added weight to ISIS’ own claims last month that it is ‘infinitely’ closer to acquiring nuclear weapons, which it would then attempt to smuggle into North America and detonate.