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Khorasan: why many Afghanistan citizens are pushing back against the term’s association with terrorism

By Magnus Marsden, Professor of Social Anthropology, University of Sussex
Gunmen attacked Moscow’s Crocus City Hall concert venue in March, killing 137 people. The four suspects were purportedly aligned to the militant terrorist organisation Islamic State-Khorasan (IS-K).

IS-K is an affiliate of the Islamic State militant group and seeks to create a territorially unbound caliphate. Its militants have launched violent attacks in Afghanistan, especially…The Conversation

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