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Al Qaeda spews poison against India, instigates Kashmiris to stone pelting by releasing video

In the video, al-Qaeda terrorists are telling their purpose to liberate Kashmir from India and implement Sharia there. In this video, terrorists including Burhan Wani, Afzal Guru, Zakir Musa and other terrorists have also been remembered.

New Delhi: Al Qaeda, the world’s most dangerous terrorist organization, has spewed venom against India by releasing a video. This 18-minute video has been released by Al Qaeda to conduct jihad against India in Kashmir. In this, Kashmiris have been incited to pelt stones at the Indian Army.

Talk of Jihad in Kashmir

The video, released by the subcontinent branch of Al Qaeda, begins with a statement by Al Qaeda chief Al-Zawahari in which he says that we are always with the jihadists in Kashmir and Al Qaeda has to fight a two-sided war. One against the rule of Hind and the other in other places.

In this video of Al Qaeda, 5 terrorists are sitting who are talking about fighting against the Indian Army in Kashmir. One of the five terrorists seen in the video, who is giving his name as Mir Muhibullah, gives the message of jihad against India in Kashmir. In the video, Muslims are being instigated by referring to the demolition of Babri and are being incited to do jihad.

Purpose of implementing Sharia

In the video, al-Qaeda terrorists are telling their purpose to liberate Kashmir from India and implement Sharia there. In this video, terrorists including Burhan Wani, Afzal Guru, Zakir Musa and other terrorists have also been remembered.

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Along with this, these terrorists are also asking the youth of Kashmir to pelt stones on the Indian Army. The terrorists say in this video that they want to throw stones at the army because their stones are for Islam.

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