Al Qaeda remains “flexible” and continues to work closely with Pakistan-based terrorist groups such as Lashkar-e-Taiba and the Haqqani network, but how the health and leadership of its leader Iman Mohammed al-Zawahiri coexist, according to a UN report.
This was reflected in the twenty-fourth report of the Analytical Support and Boundary Monitoring Team, submitted to the UN Security Council’s UN Security Council Ban Committee this month.
The Monitoring Team shall submit an independent report every six months to the Security Council on the organization of the Islamic State, Al-Qaida, its affiliated individuals, groups, institutions and institutions.
Al Qaeda is flexible, although its leader, Iman Mohammed Rabih al-Zawahiri, longevity, how will the caliphate work, is in doubt.
Al Qaeda is a safe haven for Afghanistan’s leadership, which relies heavily on the strong and strong relationship with the Taliban for a long time.
Under the protection of the Taliban, al-Qaeda is keen to strengthen its presence in Badakhshan province, particularly in the Shijan area on the Tajik border, as well as in Paralim, Paktika province.
The report said al-Qaeda continued to work closely with Lashkar-e-Taiba and the Haqqani network. The report said al-Qaeda members continue to work regularly as Taliban military and religious instructors.
He also mentioned that the Islamic State of Iraq and the ISL are moving towards the network of communication and speech in their remote governorates, which are spreading, the logical extension of the representative leadership approach.
Established affiliates take elements of responsibility for fewer people, deploy funds and help promote.
It has been said in the report that over time, the impact of these communication agencies may have an impact.
This has already been done in the al-Qaeda case, which has incorporated itself into local issues and politics for a long time, which has given some success to the group but there are some problems as was said in Idlib.
In addition, al-Qaeda-allied groups are stronger than Idlib, the Syrian Arab Republic, Yemen, Somalia and West Africa, compared to their counterparts.
The largest gathering of active foreign fighters is Idlib and Afghanistan, most of them allied to al Qaeda.
However, the report said that the organization of the Islamic state is very strong with al-Qaeda in terms of funding, media profile, current war experience and terrorist experience, and is at great risk to global security.
He also stressed that local authorities have limited capacity to meet the terrorist challenges in Afghanistan, Libya and Somalia.
In reference to the Sunday Easter attacks in Sri Lanka that killed 258 people, the report said that despite the ISIL declaration of responsibility, the investigation revealed that the ISIL Corps did not direct or facilitate the attacks was not known about them. . ”
Said that it had been provoked by an area inspired by an ideology that had been advocated and attacked in the leadership.
The purpose of the bomb explosion was to strengthen the image of the global evangelist after its military defeat in Iraq and the Syrian Arab Republic.
Regional Member States have expressed concern about mobility in this area, particularly in Sri Lanka, South India and the Maldives, which can contribute to internal threats.
Since 2013, some 170 Maldives have traveled to Iraq and the Syrian Arab Republic, and more than 70 failed attempts to travel.
It has been said in the report that, as its growth from the pseudo-state to the global network continues to inspire terrorism, its goal may be to establish a platform for operations in those areas where it has never been active. .
Sunday’s Sunday attacks could be tantamount to future bombings of intimidating terror in other unexpected locations.
Iraq and the Syrian Arab Republic could be repatriated to foreign countries in their countries with indigenous fundamentalists in South Asia or elsewhere.
The attacks of the Lana “advocate reinforces the continued appeal of propaganda and original cells in unpredictable places and can create an important terrorist capability.”
These sites and other websites are attacking attacks in Christchurch, New Zealand in March. It has been said that providing an alarming novel to increase interstate conflict.
It has also been said in the report that outside the core conflict zone, Zahed and al Qaeda are struggling for international hegemony and importance.
Some Member States have described the existence of many local conflict zones, each with its own gravity, which attracts foreign terrorist fighters, who come either from the region or have ethnic or linguistic ties.
Afghanistan is the most established, and there are concerns about the small and long-term threats caused by the preacher, coalition groups and foreign fighters who have established themselves.