AQIS

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AQISAustralian Quarantine and Inspection Service
AQISAl Qaeda in the Indian Subcontinent (Islamist militant organization)
AQISAsian Conference on Quantum Information Science
AQISAir Quality Information System
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HYDERABAD -- Heirs of Talat Mahmood, who was reportedly associated with Al Qaeda in the Indian Subcontinent (AQIS) and was among the three militants killed in an encounter with police near Northern Bypass in Karachi on June 24, have not yet come forward to claim his body and tried to distance themselves from him, according to police sources.
In January 2013, the suspect's brother met Tahir alias Sain, a key suspect in the Safoora bus carnage, who then included him in the Al Qaeda in the Indian Subcontinent.
Appropriating the slogan of Al Qaeda in the Indian Subcontinent, a local branch of the terrorist group, an unnamed militant is shown telling villagers: "This war is for Shariah or shahadat (martyrdom)." "Pakistani flag is not part of Shariah," he says.
(29) "Al Qaeda in the Indian Subcontinent," Mapping Militant Organizations, Stanford University.
Al Qaeda in the Indian Subcontinent has claimed some of he attacks.
Experts say that al Qaeda is trying to re-invent itself in the shape of al Qaeda in the Indian Subcontinent. The new face of al Qaeda in the region aims to fight the governments of Pakistan, India, Myanmar and Bangladesh and establish Shariah rule in these countries.
WASHINGTON -- A senior US general in Afghanistan has said there has been an increased relationship between Al Qaeda and the Taliban in Afghanistan and Al Qaeda in the Indian subcontinent (AQIS) remains a threat to the countries in the region including Pakistan and India.
According to monitoring service SITE Intelligence Group, militant group in Bangladesh said Al Qaeda in the Indian Subcontinent (AQIS) had claimed responsibility for the attack.
New Delhi -- In a first, the al Qaeda in the Indian Subcontinent (AQIS) has directly mentioned Prime Minister Narendra Modi in a video message released by its publicity wing As-Sahab on May 2.
Al Qaeda leader Ahmed Farouq, who was an American citizen and deputy emir of al Qaeda in the Indian Subcontinent, was also killed in the operation that killed the two innocent hostages.
Recently, spokesman for Al Qaeda in the Indian Subcontinent (AQIS) Usama Mahmood released a statement condemning the Pakistani Taliban's attack on the Army Public School in Peshawar.
They said the arrested terrorists were members of the Tehreek-i-Taliban Pakistan and Al Qaeda in the Indian Subcontinent. The suspects were also facilitators of high-profile terrorists, the officials claimed.