Political inclinations for soft Jihad or hard, more or less cause harm to the safety, security and dignity of non-Muslim minority people.
The Jihadi Proliferation and BAL-BNP Permissive Politics in Bangladesh.
~ Upananda Brahmachari.
Hindu Existence News Bureau | Dhaka | 19 Oct 2014:: There were over 30 religious militant organizations have set up their network in Bangladesh since 1989 with the central objective of establishing an Islamic state, as per source. They are hundred percent Islamic and follower of Allah, Quran and Muhammad. All of them have given armed training to their members to conduct ultimate jihad against Kaffirs and non-Muslim civilization. These militant organizations are Harkatul Jihad; Jamaatul Mujahideen Bangladesh (JMB); Jagrata Muslim Janata, Bangladesh (JMJB); Islami Biplobi Parishad; Shahadat Al Hiqma; Hizbul Towhid; Hizb-ut-Tahrir; Ahle Hadith Andolon; Towhidi Janata; Al Mujahid; Jamaati Yahia Al Turag; Jihadi Party; Al Harkat Al Islamia, Banshkhali; Harkat Al Islamia, Bangladesh; Al Mahfuz Al Islamia; Bishwa Islami Front; Jumat ul Sadat; Al Jamiatul Islamia; Iqra Islami Jote; Allahr Dal; Al Khidmat Bhahini, Bangladesh; Jamaatul Faladia; Shahadat-e-Nabuawat; Joish-e-Mostafa; Tahfize Haramaine Parishad; Duranta Kafela; Hizbul Mujahedeen and Muslim Guerrilla. Most of them are still existing in the same name or otherwise.
Secularism was declared as one of the four fundamental principles that had been induced into the original Constitution of Bangladesh in 1972. Unfortunately the secularism principle was removed from the constitution in 1977 by the 5th amendment of the constitution by Ziaur Rahman, a military dictator and also declared Islam as the state religion. In 2010, Bangladesh Supreme Court declared the 5th amendment illegal and restored secularism as one of the basic tenets of the Constitution.
Though the present The Constitution of Bangladesh declares Secularism as one of the four fundamental principle of the state policy in Article-8 of Part-II and also declares Islam as the state religion in Article-2A of Part-I. In Article 12 of Part -II of the constitution which was restored by the 15th amendment states. What a contradiction!!!!!
Under this situation, the Bangladesh minorities (Hindu-Bouddha-Christian-Ahamadiya etc.) around 10% are gross victim of Radical Islam there. Both the ruling party whether it is BNP (Bangladesh Nationalist Party) and Awami League could not be found as the guarantee of the safety, security and the dignity of Bangladesh minorities. Everybody played a nasty rule take a ‘jimma’ (Islamic custody) of the ‘Kaffir’ minorities to exploit, extrude and extinct them in barbaric way.
The present fundamental situation in Bangladesh under Awami League ruling is no better the previous BNP hegemony.
But, the Awami League (AL) government in Bangladesh on April 2009 blacklisted only 12 militant organizations viz.
- Harkat-ul Jihad al Islami Bangladesh (HuJI-B)
- Jamaatul Mujahideen Bangladesh (JMB)
- Jagrata Muslim Janata Bangladesh (JMJB)
- Hizbut Touhid
- Islami Samaj
- Ulema Anjuman Al Baiyinaat
- Hizb-ut Tehrir
- Islamic Democratic Party
- Touhid Trust
- Tamir Ud Deen
- Allar Dal
- Shahadat-e al Haqima
The post Shabagh militant upsurge in Bangladesh and fuelling Saradha money to Bangladesh Jamaat modules have put a question mark for the jejunity of Bangladesh Govt to curb the Islamic terror modules there.
The Khagragarh Blast chain and Shimulia Madrasa (Burdwan, WB, India) network have been stretched up to the Bangladesh Jehadi modules of Shylet, Satkhira and Chattagram. There are over 70 Islamic Jihadi Training centers in Bangladesh working against India to make India as an Islamic state and make West Bengal as a Jehadi corridor for the new Islamic conquest of India.
The present Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hassian knows all these very well. But, she is not destroying these Jehadi Training centers working against India nor she is interested to stop illegal cross-border cow smuggling rackets which pumps Rs 15,000 Crores per year in Jihadi activities in West Bengal and Bangladesh.
As per source, Pakistani intelligence agency ISI and Bangladesh intelligence agency DGFI work together most of the time for the upheaval of the Jihadi activities in India to reach their Islamic goal.
The Awami Muslim League (AML) was established (1949) as the Bengali alternative to the domination of the Muslim League in Pakistan and over East and West Pakistan rift. Bangladesh Awami League (BAL) is the 2nd generation of AML. On the other hand, the Bangladesh Nationalist Party (BNP) was established (1978) to profess ultra Bangladeshi nationalism describing its ideology as the Islamic consciousness of the people of Muslim majority Bangladesh, in order to counter the ‘secular’ Banglaedsh Awami League (BAL). As a matter of fact, there is a critical competition between the two that how much Islamic they are and how fatal to the non-Muslims on the ground reality. This Talibanic race among the supporters of these two Bangladeshi Political parties is never-ending and Bangladesh still remains as an Islamic state and the guillotine for the minority people. Blood of the minority always stained the canvas of Bangladeshi politics to utilize it as a useful backdrop of their political stage.
Critique says that Sheikh Hassina is now maintaining that part of legacy of her father Mujibur Rahaman who took active part in the Hindu massacre in Kolkata in the Great Calcutta Killing 1946 as a close aide of Hussain Shaheed Suhrawardy, an fanatic Muslim leader and the then Premier of Bengal under the Islamic instigation of Mohammad Ali Jinnah.
Political inclination for soft Jihad or hard, more or less causes harm to the safety security and dignity of non-Muslim minority people. Al Qaeda, its new formation of Islamic State, Jamaat and all the Islamic outfits are growing fast in Bangladesh. Bangladesh is also shaping as a Jihadi State like all other Muslim majority states.
Jihad proliferation in Bangladesh is obviously a threat to India and its citizens obviously.