After the death of Baghdadi, the existence of ISIS still continues in these countries, people are shaken to hear the vandalism



New Delhi [Jagran Special]. The American may have sent his special commando force and killed the head of the Islamic State, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi and his second successor, but the organization has its roots in many other countries. Because of this, it is finished by killing the head of this party, it is not right to think in any way.

The Islamic State remains a major threat in many other countries. People in countries where this organization is active still tremble after hearing about their barbarity. In this news, we are telling you that what are the other countries where Islamic State or its associated organizations are active and they continue to carry out terrorist activity in some way or the other day.


Iraq


The US is engaged to eliminate such organizations. For this reason, he is targeting the head of these organizations and eliminating them. In Iraq, combatants associated with the Islamic organization have lost the fight to US-backed forces, due to which they have now returned to the guerrilla war. It is not that the camps of the Islamic organization have been closed since the attack of American forces, these camps are still running there.

Islamic State camps are running in provinces such as Diyala, Salahuddin, Ambar, Kirkuk and Niveneh. These camps are not only running, but the people associated with them are also carrying out the incidents. They are kidnapping and bombings. According to the information, about two thousand IS fighters are engaged in violent activities.

Syria


In Syria too, US forces campaigned against the Islamic State in collaboration with Syrian Kurdish forces. The Islamic State suffered a lot due to this campaign. Because of the damage, the Islamic State has carried out several attacks in the northern region in the last year. He also targeted American forces. Syrian Kurdish forces that defeated IS along with the US say IS fighters are re-emerging in eastern Syria. Islamic State fighters are active in the far-flung desert areas of Syria.

Saudi Arab


The US thinktank Center for Global Policy says IS is active in Saudi Arabia, but Saudi authorities are well aware of this. This is also a Muslim country, because of this the IS wanted to deepen its roots here too, but at the moment they have not got much success. The Islamic State has carried out several blasts in Saudi Arabia and targeted minority Shiites along with security forces. When Saudi Arabia joined the campaign against IS, Baghdadi called for an attack against it.

Indonesia

Thousands of people in the world's largest Muslim country are said to be inspired by the ideology of the Islamic State. About 500 Indonesians are believed to have traveled to Syria to fight for IS. Thirty people were killed in a suicide attack in Surabaya last year. The Jamah Ansharut Daula organization is said to be behind this attack, which is an organization of people with sympathy from the Islamic State in Indonesia.

Egypt

In 2015, the IS shot down a Russian plane flying from Sharm El Sheikh Airport, killing all 224 passengers on board. The IS also claimed responsibility after the aircraft was toppled. Although there has been no major attack in Egypt during the last one year, but sporadic incidents are happening. The army campaigned against the Islamic State in Sinai province in February 2018, killing hundreds of extremists.



Sri Lanka


The Islamic State says it had a hand in the bombings in churches and hospitals on the occasion of Easter in Sri Lanka in April. Officials in Sri Lanka also blame the two local Muslim extremist groups associated with IS for the blasts. A video was also released by IS after the blasts.

Yemen


Baghdadi announced the opening of a branch of its organization in Yemen in late 2014. There is a civil war going on between the Houthi rebels and the government of Saudi Arabia-backed Abd Rabbu Mansoor Hadi. In Yemen, IS is also fighting al Qaeda and both factions are also fighting Shia Houthi rebels. The IS has claimed responsibility for several attacks and killings in Yemen, but no area is in its possession. Al Qaeda is a greater threat to the IS here.

Nigeria


The Islamic State's West African province of factions targeted several military bases last year, increasing its dominance here. Boko Haram is said to have carried out several major attacks in northern Nigeria since 2009, with Boko Haram killing more than 30,000 people and rendering homeless two million people. In 2016, the faction has split into two, with one faction describing itself as loyal to IS and the other spreading terror.

Afghanistan


The American commander says that there may be about two thousand IS fighters who take on the Taliban in Afghanistan. The Islamic State named itself the Islamic State in Khorasan in Afghanistan and has been active since 2015. In some provinces, he is still considered strong enough, leading the faction to be loyal to al-Baghdadi.


Indonesia

Thousands of people in the world's largest Muslim country are said to be inspired by the ideology of the Islamic State. About 500 Indonesians are believed to have traveled to Syria to fight for IS. Thirty people were killed in a suicide attack in Surabaya last year. The Jamah Ansharut Daula organization is said to be behind this attack, which is an organization of people with sympathy from the Islamic State in Indonesia.

Egypt

In 2015, the IS shot down a Russian plane flying from Sharm El Sheikh Airport, killing all 224 passengers on board. The IS also claimed responsibility after the aircraft was toppled. Although there has been no major attack in Egypt during the last one year, but sporadic incidents are happening. The army campaigned against the Islamic State in Sinai province in February 2018, killing hundreds of extremists.



Sri Lanka

The Islamic State says it had a hand in the bombings in churches and hospitals on the occasion of Easter in Sri Lanka in April. Officials in Sri Lanka also blame the two local Muslim extremist groups associated with IS for the blasts. A video was also released by IS after the blasts.

Yemen

Baghdadi announced the opening of a branch of its organization in Yemen in late 2014. There is a civil war going on between the Houthi rebels and the government of Saudi Arabia-backed Abd Rabbu Mansoor Hadi. In Yemen, IS is also fighting al Qaeda and both factions are also fighting Shia Houthi rebels. The IS has claimed responsibility for several attacks and killings in Yemen, but no area is in its possession. Al Qaeda is a greater threat to the IS here.

Nigeria

The Islamic State's West African province of factions targeted several military bases last year, increasing its dominance here. Boko Haram is said to have carried out several major attacks in northern Nigeria since 2009, with Boko Haram killing more than 30,000 people and rendering homeless two million people. In 2016, the faction has split into two, with one faction describing itself as loyal to IS and the other spreading terror.

Afghanistan


The American commander says that there may be about two thousand IS fighters who take on the Taliban in Afghanistan. The Islamic State named itself the Islamic State in Khorasan in Afghanistan and has been active since 2015. In some provinces, he is still considered strong enough, leading the faction to be loyal to al-Baghdadi.

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