ISIS training camps in Afghanistan

Zamir Kabulov, the Russian presidential representative to Afghanistan and head of the second Asian Department of the Russian Foreign Ministry, expressed his deep concerns regarding the flourishing ISIS activities in Afghanistan.

“The number of the so-called ISIS guerrillas in Afghanistan has alarmingly increased, posing a direct threat against Central Asia and Russia.”

Speaking in a press conference held yesterday, Kabulov pointed out to more than 10,000 ISIS jihadis in Afghanistan. “Only one year ago, their number barely exceeded 100 people; but to our despair, today, they display a significant growth in this region”, he added

“ISIS’ Afghanistan branch has been trained for the Central Asia and Russia in particular and often the spoken language is Russian,” concluded Mr. Kabulov.

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Kristjan Murmur
Kristjan Murmur
2016-04-24 12:28

if they attack russia, the other muslims will suffer who live in russia

Yonatan
Yonatan
2016-04-24 13:40

Bullshit. Chechens for example, who are Muslim, are Russia’s strongest supporters. They are also some of the strongest fighters against ISIS.

Kevin Faircloth
Kevin Faircloth
2016-04-24 12:18

That perhaps translates into resting/sleeping phase for #ISIS

china
china
2016-04-24 12:14

Doomed to fail

Kevin Lindblom
Kevin Lindblom
2016-04-24 12:57

Wilayat Khorasan has virtually lost all grip in Afghanistan. ISIS members are defecting and joining the Taliban, they are too numerically inferior to do any serious incursions against the Taliban and Afghan National armies.

Cowardly terror attacks are their only options.

Hussein El Khosht
Hussein El Khosht
2016-04-24 13:45

Fan håller på med egentligen visste att det här är Siri tönt eller kanske är det du jag är bebis tycker det blev typ tyvärr ser det här krypa till fast hen det är det är du hemma vi ska det vara inte ska duscha hängt det här gamla Siri hej jag är inte al assad

Demras Nawla
Demras Nawla
2016-04-24 13:21

They can’t even keep control of their home base in Syria and Iraq and they expect to be expanding globally

daeshit sucks
daeshit sucks
2016-04-24 17:43
Reply to  Demras Nawla

With a little help from their friends…