New Delhi: The Islamic State in its new manifesto - Black Flags from the Islamic State - has said that Narendra Modi is a 'right-wing Hindu nationalist' who 'worships weapons' and is 'preparing his people for a future war against their number one enemy - Muslims'.
According to a report published in The Indian Express, the Islamic State has vowed to expand its fight to India.
"The Islamic State would now expand beyond Iraq and Syria; it would now expand into India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Afghanistan (and several other countries)," the manifesto said.
'Analysis' of Indian political scenario
This is the first time when the terror outfit has cited an analysis of the Indian political scenario.
According to the analysis, a movement of Hindus is growing who kill Muslims who eat beef.
Muslims are Modi's number one 'enemy'
Islamic State in its manifesto has alleged that Modi is preparing his people for war against their number one enemy - Muslims.
“President Narender Modi (sic) is a right-wing Hindu nationalist who worships weapons and is preparing his people for a future war against Muslims," the manifesto said.
“They have a political wing for the propaganda to get more recruits, and armed militia who can start a terror campaign against their number 1 enemy - the Muslims.," it added.
The manifesto was released online on some jihadist platforms.