Next on IS expansionist agenda: Spreading Jihadi cancer in Pak, Afganistan

The Islamic State (IS) militant group has stepped out of its territories in Iraq and Syria and distributed pamphlets in Pakistan and border areas of Afghanistan in an attempt to expand its influence over people.

Karachi: The Islamic State (IS) militant group has stepped out of its territories in Iraq and Syria and distributed pamphlets in Pakistan and border areas of Afghanistan in an attempt to expand its influence over people.

The IS militants have urged people to support the group`s efforts to establish an Islamic Caliphate, reported the Express Tribune.

The pamphlet consists of a booklet which is titled victory and is published in Dari and Pashto languages. IS militants have introduced themselves as Daulat-e-Islamia (Islamic State) in the pamphlet.

However, the editor`s name appeared to be fake and the place of publication could not be found out.

Many hardlines groups in Pakistan and Afghanistan have shown support for the self proclaimed Caliph Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi. 
 

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