Infographic In Issue Five Of ISIS Magazine 'Voice Of Khurasan' Reports 30 Attacks In Afghanistan And Pakistan, Fired 10 Rockets Into Uzbekistan During Ramadan 2022

May 9, 2022

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According to a one-page infographic published in the latest issue of "Voice of Khurasan" – the English-language monthly magazine published by the Islamic State's (ISIS) Khurasan Province – the Islamic State carried out 30 operations during the month of Ramadan, which in 2022 began on April 2.

The magazine's latest edition, Issue Five, which corresponds to the month of Shawwal 1443, roughly May 2022, was released by Al-Azaim Foundation, the official media outlet of ISIS's Khurasan Province, which has increased its attacks in Afghanistan and the border regions of Pakistan.

A screenshot of the article

According to the infographic, ISIS fired 10 rockets from Afghan soil into Uzbekistan and carried out 30 operations, including 19 IED attacks, three ambushes, and eight target killings. ISIS claims to have killed 22 Afghan Taliban soldiers, i.e., the Taliban mujahideen recruited into the Afghan armed forces, 130 Shi'ites, three "evil scholars," and three Pakistani soldiers and policemen.

The infographic gives the location of the attacks as: Balkh, Bajaur, Nangarhar, Logar, Kabul, Kunduz, Takhar, Uzbekistan, Waziristan, and Badakhshan. Bajaur and Waziristan are in Pakistan. The rest of the sites, apart from Uzbekistan, are in Afghanistan.

Source: Telegram, May 3, 2022. The original English of the quoted text has been lightly edited for clarity and standardization.

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