The head of financial affairs for the terrorist organization Islamic State – Khorasan Province (IS-KP), was detained by Afghan special forces in a remote region of the nation, according to a top intelligence officer in Afghanistan on Wednesday.
Based on official statements, Abdul Malik was in charge of obtaining finances from Germany, Ukraine, and Spain to give to IS-KP terrorists. Maliki was behind recent terrorist acts in the nation as well as inspiring, enlisting, and educating fresh recruits. According to Taliban sources, Maliki’s capture was a significant victory. Another Afghan official, Abdul Rehman Samangani, told The Media Line that during his investigation into the suspect, Maliki revealed that his goal was to persuade foreign Muslim youth to join the IS-KP. Maliki also told the investigators that he had raised $15,000 from Ukraine, €5,000 from Germany, and €1,500 from Spain for the organization.