September 19, 2008

Bangladesh & Saudi Arabia

By Captain Johann

Recently there was this quiet dinner organised by SAUDI ARABIA IN Dacca for leading Politicians of bangladesh but what was not noticed by many is the IMPORTANCE given to MUJIB KILLERS in the Embassy.

They have come back from USA and are now getting all the help from Saudi Arabia. Saudi Arabia is also trying to create a rift amongst the second rung leadership of Awami league with Sheik Hasina as the election approaches. HIJBUT TAHIR is funded by Saudies and India must treat this country as the ENEMY NO 1 COUNTRY AND NOT pAKISTAN/BANGALDESH who are only foot soldiers.

" Police arrested 11 Hijbut Tahrir activists at Sonadighi crossing in the Rajshahi northwestern city yesterday on the eve of their pre-announced press conference.

Among the arrested ones there are three university teachers. The three arrested teachers are Prof. Dr Syed Golam Mawla of Management Department and Prof. Ahmed Jamal of Chemistry Department of Dhaka University and Mamun Ansari of the private Southern University in Dhaka.

Police said they arrested the Tahrir men as "suspected militants" after they reached Rajshahi by a microbus to hold the press conference at the local Press Club at 1pm for announcing programme of the party.

They were detained around 12:30pm on Thursday at Rajshahi Press Club.

The others held are believed to be students of different universities in the country. They are Masud Kawser, son of Shafiqul Islam of Chandpur district, Omar Farook, son of Sadiqul Islam of Chapainawabganj, Moniruzzaman Masud, son of Harunur Rashid of Noakhali, Saddam Hossain, son of Mohammad Hossain, and Mozammel Haque, son of Shamsul Islam, of Brahmanbaria, Akhtar Hossain, son of Ali Hossain of Chittagong, Jahedul Islam, son of Aftab Uddin of Kishoreganj, and their microbus driver Jahangir Alam, son of Abdur Rahman of Noakhali district.

Police also seized the microbus carrying them, 12 mobile-phone sets and huge leaflets and posters of the party from the possession of the Tahrir activists.

This group's abortive debut here came as a major matter after the JMB militants' march through this city at the height of their vigilance operation in the district and their eventual nemesis.

Assistant Commissioner of the Metropolitan Detective Branch Ekramul

Hossain said the university teachers and others were arrested as "suspected militants" in apprehension of their "subversive acts".

Carrying leaflets with anti-government statements in violation of the state of emergency was also cited as a ground for taking them in.

Arrested DU teacher Golam Mawla said they convened a press conference

at Rajshahi City Press Club a day before the party's central press conference at the Engineers' Institute Auditorium in Dhaka.

The DU teacher also named Mohiuddin Ahmed as their party's central leader.

Prior to arranging the press conference, the party activists distributed leaflets in the city-heart Saheb Bazaar area after Tarabi prayers on Sept 9. The party leaflets also carried anti-government slogans.

The party undertook steps to spread and propagate its activities by holding the press conference in Rajshahi for the first time, sources said. But police forestalled the move.

In the leaflets the group also urged the Muslim Ummah to unite during the holy month of Ramadan and "regain the lost glory".

They also made a call for what they said "toppling the government for restoration of Khilafat (caliphate)".

Especially, Rajshahi's Bagmara area was a stronghold of Islamic militants under JMJB, the operations wing of JMB, and Sarbahara outlaws in the last few years.

Back then, JMB's second-in-command Siddiqul Islam alias Bangla Bhai had launched a cleansing operation in 2004 against the outlaws in a bid to eliminate them. After the deadly drive, the terrorist activities were somehow under control.

Bangla Bhai and JMB chief Shaikh Abdur Rahman and four other leaders were hanged in two judges' killing cases of Jhalakati last year.