A secret document of the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) terrorist group has been found in Pakistan which reveals the future battle plans of the terror group that also focuses on Afghanistan with an aim to unite the Afghan and Pakistani Taliban into a single army of terror.
The document written in Urdu language and with the title ‘A Brief History of the Islamic State Caliphate (ISC): The Caliphate According to the Prophet’ was found in the tribal region of Pakistan.
Billed as the ISIS equivalent of Adolf Hitler’s book Mein Kampf the document blames Israel for the rise of the Islamic State and crowns U.S. President Barack Obama as the “Mule of the Jews.”
It includes a graphic depiction of the terror group’s plan to “end the world” described in six stages with three already passed.
The six-stage battle plan according to Israel National News is following:
Phase 1 “Awakening” 2000-2003: Islamic State calls for “a major operation against the U.S. .. to provoke a crusade against Islam.”
Phase 2 “Shock and Awe” 2004 – 2006: Islamic State will lure U.S. into multiple theatres of war, including cyber-attacks and establish charities across the Muslim and Arab world to support terrorism.
Phase 3 “Self-reliance” 2007-2010: Islamic State will create “interference” with Iraq’s neighboring states with particular focus on Syria.
Phase 4 “Reaping/extortion/receiving” 2010-2013: Islamic State will attack “U.S and Western interests” to destroy their economy and replace the dollar with silver and gold and expose Muslim governments’ relations with Israel and the U.S.
Phase 5 Declaring the Caliphate 2013-2016: Not much details offered here. The document just says, “The Caliphate According to The Prophet.”
Phase 6, Open Warfare 2017-2020: Islamic State predicts faith will clash with non-believers and “Allah will grant victory to the believers after which peace will reign on earth.”
The document builds on evidence that Islamic State is expanding into the region where the September 11 attacks were born. A united Taliban, backed by the hundreds of millions of dollars of Iraqi oil revenue now enjoyed by Islamic State, would be a “game-changer,” the newspaper quoting officials who have reviewed the document said.
This comes as the Afghan national security advisor Hanif Atmar said earlier in May this year that the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) terrorist group is looking to have access to drugs market by starting operations in Afghanistan.
Speaking to lawmakers in the upper house of the parliament – Meshrano Jirga, Atmar, said the terror group wants to finance the group’s activities by having access to drugs market.
Atmar also warned that the terror group wants to expand its operations not only in Afghanistan but the whole region and wants infiltrate in Central Asian countries.
He said the ISIS group is led by a Pakistani militant and the group recognizes no boundaries since they have already declared the regional countries in their map as Khurasan province.