Changing Dynamics of Terror in South Asia: The Dangerous Fringe

Recent terrorist incidents in South Asia denote that fringe groups and C grade terrorists are able to carry out major attacks as they remain off the radar of intelligence agencies. The Easter Sunday 21/4 multiple bomb attacks in Sri Lanka were reportedly carried out by a group named as the National Thowheed Jamath (NTJ) which the BBC reports is a splinter of the Sri Lanka Thowheed Jamath (SLTJ). The latter has been active against the Buddhist majority but has not perpetrated any attacks against the Christian community in the country nor it has shown any signs of hate towards the same. The nature of the 21/4 attacks however is indicative that the NTJ would have substantial support from an external agency in terms of planning, training and execution of the attack. The finger of suspicion points to the Islamic State of Iraq and al Shams/Levant (ISIS/L)...........

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