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90 Islamist militant groups till active!

                                        

According to various reports and information, there are at least 90 Islamist militant groups active in Bangladesh, which are yet to be banned by the government. Earlier Bangladesh government banned four Islamist militant groups including Harkatul Jihad, Shahadat-e-Hikma, Jagrata Muslim Janata and Jamaatul Mujahedin Bangladesh (JMB). But, according to the latest information, much notorious groups are still active in the country. These groups are secretly gaining strength and are planning so-called Islamist revolution in

Bangladesh. Names of these Islamist militancy groups are: Hezbollah-Bangladesh, Hizbut Taohid, Hizbut Tahrir, Al Habat Al Islamia, Al Markajul Islami, Jamaatul Falaiya, Towhidi Janata, Biswa Islami Front, Jum-atul Al-Sadat, Shahadat-e-Nabuat, Allah’r Dol, Joise Mustafa Bangladesh, World Islamic Front for Jihad, Joise Muhammad, Warat Islamic Front, Jamat-as-Sadat, Al-Khidmat, Hezbollah Islamist Somaj, Muslim Millat Shariah Council, Hizbul Mahadi, Al Qaeda, Al Islam Martyr’s Brigade, International Khatmey Nobuat Movement, Amra Dhakabasi, Khatmey Nabuat Andolan, Arakan Rohingya Force, Islamic Solidarity Front, Arakan People’s Army, Liberation Myanmar Force, Arakan Mujahid Party, Rohingya Independent Force, Rohingya Independent Army, Rohingya Patriotic Front, Rohingya Solidarity Organization, Rohingya Islamic Front, Muslim Liberation Front of Burma, Arakan Liberation Front, Arakan-Rohingya National Organization, Arakan-Rohingya Islamic Front, Arakan Liberation Party, National United Party of Arakan, Arakan Army, Democratic Party of Arakan, Ibtedatul Al-Muslemin, Jamiat-e-Ahle Hadis Andolan, Jamiatul Yehhiya Ut-Turaz, Hayatul Igasa, Satyabad, Ahle Hadis Jubo Sangha, Anjuman Talamij-e-Islamiyah, Tahfuz-e-Haramine Parishad, Aiyamma Parishad, Al-Haramine, Khedmat-e-Islam, Hifazat-e-Khatmey Nabuat, Young Muslim Society, Revival of Islamic Heritage Society, Al-Jajeera, Islami Jihad Group, Islami Sanya (Soldiers), Ahle Hadis Tablig-e-Islam, Isnahuk Muslemin Parishad-Bangladesh, Kalemaar Jama’at, Far East Islami Sangathan, Al Tanzib, Bangladesh Islam Rokkha, Jamiatul Mudarresin Bangladesh, Tanjim Bangladesh, Iqtadul Tulah Al-Muslemin, Amanatul Furqan Al Khairiyyah, United Student’s Association of Arakan Movement, Luzna Mekka Al Khairiyyah, Al-Sayeed Mujahid Bahini (Force), Ta’amir Ud-din Bangladesh, Allah’r Dol Brigade (Suicide Squad), Ketan Bahini, Ehsab Bahini, Shahid Nasrullah Al-Arafat Brigade (suicide squad), Al Islami Sanghati Parishad Bangladesh, Islami Prochar Media, Muslim Mujahidin Bangladesh, Amirat-e-Din, Islami Liberation Tiger of Bangladesh, Sahaba Sainik Parishad, Islami Biplob Parishad, Al-Islam, Kalima-e-Daoat, Tanzin-e-Khatmey Nabuat, Qital Fi Sabilillah and Muslim Aid Bangladesh. According to information, these groups are active in various parts of the country including Dhaka. Most interestingly, the banned organizations are also getting organized under new names. There are solid allegations of affiliation of some of the ruling coalition leaders with such groups. Recently 18 Congressmen expressed their concern about these organization in their letter addressed to the Prime Minister. When this letter was just drawing the attention of policy makers in Dhaka, an organization named ‘Sachetan Islami Janata’ organized a rally at the north gate of Baitul Mukarram National mosque, where cadres of banned Harkatul Jihad were also seen. Intelligence and law enforcing agencies remained tight lipped at these activities, which also raised questions in the minds of the people of the country. During the recent rally, a member of Harkatul Jihad, in his interview to a private television channel pronounced that this organization is not any extremist group. They even announced to participate in the next general election in the country with the objective of seizing power. They have also announced to declare a new political party in next few days.

Posted on 24 Aug 2006 by Weeklyblitz
 
 
 
 
 


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