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|HujiB Jhenaidah military commander arrested|
|[Dhaka Tribune] (RAB) has the Jhenaidah district unit military commander of banned group Harkat-ul Jihad al-Islami Bangladesh ( B).|
Abdul Alim, 50, son of late Azizul Islam from Satkhira, was picked up early Saturday.
He was a close aide of Mufti Hannan, the chief of a faction of the outfit hanged recently, RAB said.
RAB 6 Jhenaidah Camp Commander Golam Morshed, also an assistant superintendent of police, said they had conducted raids at the district’s Hathgopalpur village in four teams.
They finally arrested Alim from in front a graveyard around 4am.
Later in the day, he was produced before a Chuadanga court amid tight security in a case filed under the Anti-Terrorism Act. The accused admitted planning sabotage in Chuadanga, Meherpur and Jhenaidah, RAB said.
After the July 1 Gulshan attack, Alim started organising a team consisting of 10 members in the region, the RAB official said.
|Bangla: Mufti Hanan hanged|
|[DAWN] Bangladesh hanged three Islamist including the leader of a banned outfit on Wednesday, after they were sentenced to death over a 2004 grenade attack on the British ambassador.|
The authorities hanged Mufti Abdul Hannan, the leader of Harkatul Jihad Al Islami ( ), and one of his associates at Kashimpur prison just outside Dhaka and another associate in a jail in the northeastern city of Sylhet, home minister Asaduzzaman Khan said. "They were hanged at 10 pm (1600 GMT)," he said.
The three were sentenced to death in 2008 for the grenade attack four years earlier at a 14th-century Sufi shrine in Sylhet, which killed three people and injured the British high commissioner at the time.
Bangladesh’s highest court last month upheld the death sentence, rejecting the final appeals by Hannan and the two associates, Delwar Hossain and Sharif Shahedul Islam.
They had sought clemency from the Bangladesh president in a last-ditch attempt to commute the execution orders to life sentences, but he rejected their pleas.
A madressah teacher who studied in India and Pakistain, Hannan, 60, fought against the Soviets in Afghanistan before returning to join HuJI, a group founded for jihadists who fought in that war.
Prosecutors said Hannan had headed HuJI since the late 1990s, ing deadly attacks on a church, secular gatherings, and mosques used by Islam’s minority sects.
In August 2004, in one of the country’s deadliest attacks, he ed the blasts at a political rally of the current Prime Minister outside her party office in central Dhaka.
Hasina, then leader of the opposition, narrowly survived what she said was an attempt. At least 22 people were killed and more than 100 .
By the time Hannan was in late 2005, more than 100 people had been killed in attacks he orchestrated across the -majority nation.
HuJI was the first Islamist outfit to emerge in Bangladesh, and rose to prominence as Hannan escalated its deadly operations under his leadership.
|Fazlur Rehman: a man for all seasons|
|[DAWN] Some may kill two birds with one stone butchief has the quality of killing many birds with one stone.|
|Fazl says Islam has no place for terrorism|
|[DAWN] Fazlur Rehman said on Sunday that peace and stability in the world could only be established by strictly adhering to Islamic ideology. (JUI-F) chief |
Accompanied by Imam-e-Kaaba Sheikh Saleh Bin Muhammad Ibrahim on stage, Fazl said that Islam was the religion of peace and love and peace could only be established in world by strictly following the teaching of Holy Koran and Sunnah of the Holy Prophet ( ) in a true spirit.
He was addressing a public gathering at the concluding ceremony of the JUI-F-sponsored three-day centenary celebrations in Azakhel, Nowshera.
He said that this historic congregation had passed the message of hope and peace in world and would remove a sense of deprivation among masses.
JUI-F chief addresses a gathering in Nowshera. ─PPI
|The JUI-F’s dilemma|
|[DAWN] THE (JUI) is one of the oldest religio-political parties in the subcontinent. It has rendered a valuable contribution towards shaping the contemporary identity in India and Pakistain, besides influencing religious and political behaviour in other parts of the wider region.|
In Pakistain, the faction of the JUI that is led by
|Mufti Hannan to seek clemency|
|[Dhaka Tribune] Harkat-ul Jihad al-Islami Bangladesh (B) leader Mufti Hannan will seek presidential pardon.|
Hannan informed it to the Kashimpur Jail authorities when the full verdict was read out to him around 10:30am on Wednesday.
"Hannan has told us that he will file the petition seeking presidential clemency with due process through his lawyer," Mizanur Rahman, jail superintendent, told the Dhaka Tribune.
Another death-row convict Sharif Shahedul Alam, Hannan’s aide, would also seek clemency, he added.
The other convict is Md Delwar Hossain.
On Tuesday, the Supreme Court’s Appellate Division released the full text of its verdict reconfirming death penalties handed to Mufti Hannan and two accomplices for a failed attempt on the then British high commissioner to Bangladesh Anwar Choudhury.
The full verdict reached to Kashimpur Jail on Tuesday night.
Three people were killed and Anwar sustained injuries in the grenade attack carried out during his visit to Shahjalal Shrine in Sylhet city on May 21, 2004.
The commissioner reported being hit in the stomach by a bomb, which then fell on the ground near the foot of the district chief and "with a big bang." Sixty-nine others were also injured.
The UK foreign secretary at the time, Jack Straw, said he was "deeply shocked" by the attack.
The HuJIB group was formed in 1992 and claims to have carried out at least 14 attacks, killing more than 100 people in the pursuit of establishing Shariah Law in Bangladesh.
A Sylhet court in December 2008 sentenced the trio to death and two others to life-time imprisonment for their roles in the attack. The High Court upheld the sentences in February 2016.
The same month, the death-row convicts appealed to the Appellate Division but to no avail. Their review petitions filed challenging the Appellate Division verdict were also rejected.
Hannan was also sentenced to death for the 2001 Ramna Batamul bombing, in which ten people were killed.
|Mufti Hannan jailbreak attempt fails|
|[Dhaka Tribune] In movie-style high drama, an attempt was made to snatch Mufti Hannan, one of the biggest s, from police custody on Monday evening.|
A prison convoy carrying en route to Kashimpur Central Jail was attacked near College Gate in Tongi around 6pm by a lone bomber.
Tongi SP Harun-ar-Rashid confirmed that the would-be rescuer .
Mufti Hannan, a death row convict, was read out his death warrant earlier in February. He had also filed a review petition against the sentence.
According to Tongi OC Firoz Talukdar, when the prison convoy was passing through College Gate area, a young man attacked the van with a pair of crude bombs, which missed and harmlessly on the road.
A nearby traffic patrol was alerted by the . Rushing to the scene, they managed to capture the young man, who has since been identified as Mostofa Kamal, 25, from Mymensingh.
Mostofa has been captured with about a dozen crude bombs and Tk7,500 in cash. During his primary interrogation, he told the police that he was paid Tk10,000 to hurl the bombs at the prison van.
It has been confirmed that some of the prisoners on the van are close associates of Mufti Hannan, chief of a faction of Harkat-ul Jihad al-Islami Bangladesh ( B).
When contacted for further details, Senior Jail Superintendent Mizanur Rahman said four prisoners had been sent out to appear before a court on Monday.
Mizanur said: "Four vans had been despatched and all four have returned."
Asked whether Mufti Hannan or any of his associates were able to escape during the rescue attempt, Mizanur said they had all returned to the prison.
Mufti Hannan’s faction of HuJIB was allegedly involved in the August 21 bombing on an Awami League rally, the 2001 Ramna s, the 1999 bombing on a cultural event of Udichi in Jessore and an attempt to assassinate the then British High Commissioner Anwar Choudhury in Sylhet in 2004.
He was sentenced to death for the death of three people in the attack on Bangladesh-origin envoy Anwar Choudhury. After his appeals were rejected by the High Court and the Appellate Division, the jail authorities read out the death warrant to him on February 6.
Earlier, had announced they had captured three over the past two weeks from Dhaka who were planning to bust Mufti Hannan out of prison. Two were from Mohammadpur on February 22 and one was seized from Shahjahanpur on March 1.
Authorities had also claimed that HuJIB was going to attempt to break Mufti Hannan out of jail before his execution.
The HuJIB has carried out at least 14 attacks in which over 100 people have been killed since its formation in 1992 with a view to establish Shariah Law in the country.
According to law enforcers, the plan was very similar to the one used to snatch three condemned JMB from police custody in 2014 killing a police constable. Two of the have since escaped to India but the third was recaptured within hours by the police.
The audacious rescue involved over two dozen rushing the prison van in Trishal in Mymensingh.
|Fazl agrees to restoring army courts, mainstreaming Fata|
|[DAWN] PESHAWAR: The -Fazl has reached an understanding with the federal government on the extension in the term of military courts and mainstreaming of Fata, said party chief here on Wednesday.|
"The (federal) government has accepted our conditions and we will support extension to the military courts," he told s at the party’s provincial secretariat here.
Mr. Fazl said the government had agreed to the condition that the role of military courts would not be confined to the holding of trial of the people involved in religious and sectarian terrorism.
He said the government hadn’t ensured security of civil judges during the last two years to end dependence on military courts.
"The words religious and sectarian terrorism will not be included in the draft amendment to the law for the extension of (the term of) military courts," he said.
|Who are Harakah al-Yaqin?|
|[Dhaka Tribune] Formed after the 2012 riot, Harakah al-Yaqin (Faith Movement, HaY) is led by a committee of Rohingyas living in and is commanded on the ground by Rohingyas, according to Brussels-based group International Crisis Group (ICG).|
HaY is represented by Ata Ullah, who was born in to a Rohingya father and grew up in Mecca. He is also identified as Hafiz Tohar by the Myanmar government, presumably an alias, according to ICG.
He is part of a group of 20 Rohingyas who have international experience in modern guerrilla warfare and are leading operations on the ground. After the military crackdown began, the Myanmar president’s office issued a statement claiming that some 400 members of Aqa Mul Mujahideen, a little-known Islamist group linked to al-Qaeda and Rohingya Solidarity Organisation (RSO), had conducted the attack.
Aqa Mul Mujahideen or is another Rohingya-backed group. It is not clear whether HaY and Aqa Mul Mujahideen are the same. Some of the HaY leaders have repeatedly claimed to the Dhaka Tribune that they have no connection with RSO or any other terrorist groups.
al-Qaeda’s Bangladesh offshoot Ansar al-Islam as well as banned outfit have extended their support to HaY and urged s around the world to fight the Myanmar government’s oppression in Rakhine.
International terrorist group revealed its plan to attack Buddhist-majority Myanmar establishments through a statement published in Dabiq magazine in April 2016.
In late November last year, a pro-Islamic State Telegram channel suggested that s in the UK who can not go to Myanmar can attack the country’s embassy and ambassador at home.
The Afghan Taliban on November 30 reiterated its call to s as well as Islamic charitable organizations to take action in support of their brethren in Myanmar.
|Fazl slams Imran, calls him ‘king of contradictions’|
|[GEO.TV] KOHAT: Jamaat Ulema Islam-Fazl (JUI-F) chief on Sunday slamming Pakistain chairman said that first Imran accuses the government of rigging but later retracts from his stance.|
Talking to a rally in Kohat, Fazlur Rehman said that Imran first calls those having offshore companies as ’thieves’ but then his own offshore company surfaces.
"After the elections, many people came to me and said that I should mend fences with PTI but I said to them that this was not a personal war and I still stand by on my differences", he said after calling Imran
JUI-F chief said that he was not afraid of the people who were changing their stance every now and then and can only accuse others.
He said that those who have been isolated in their politics were raising objections against China-Pakistain Economic Corridor (CPEC).
Earlier, Imran Khan had said that CPEC will change the fate of Pakistain, saying that his party does not have anything against China but with the federal government.
He said that the federal government should make the CPEC contract public, adding that had promised that western route would be made first in the project.
Imran Khan heavily criticised Jamaat Ulema Islam-Fazl Chief Maulana Fazlur Rehman saying that Nawaz Sharif is the ’vice-captain of Nawaz’s corruption team’.
|Families claim 3 suspected Huji men picked up months ago|
|[Dhaka Tribune] Three of the five suspected Harkat Ul Jihad Bangladesh (B) members, detained during a (RAB) raid at a hideout in Chittagong, were allegedly from Dhaka, Rajshahi and Nilphamari more than seven months ago, claim families.|
The five arrestees are Mowlana Tajul Islam, Nazim Uddin, Hafez Abujar Gifari, Nure Alam and Iftesham Ahmed.
|SC upholds death penalty for Mufti Hannan, 2 others|
|[Dhaka Tribune] The Supreme Court has upheld the death penalty handed down to three of Harkat-ul Jihad al-Islami ( ), including its chief Mufti Abdul Hannan in a case filed over the grenade attack on ex-British envoy to Bangladesh Anwar Choudhury in 2004.|
A four-member bench of the apex court, headed by Chief Justice SK Sinha, passed the order on Wednesday morning.
The court rejected the appeal filed by Mufti Hannan and Sharif Shahedul Alam alias Bipul seeking a review of the High Court order, reports UNB.
Deputy Attorney General Bashir Ahmed said the condemned convicts can file a review petition within 30 days after getting the copy of the verdict.
Three people, including an assistant sub-inspector of the police, were killed while former UK high commissioner Anwar and 70 others in a grenade attack at the shrine of Hazrat Shahjalal in Sylhet on May 21, 2004.
Born in Sunamganj and a naturalised British citizen, Anwar served as the British high commissioner to Bangladesh from 2004 to 2008. He is currently serving as the ambassador to Peru.
Three of the banned group ‐ Mufti Hannan, Sharif Shahedul Alam Bipul and Md Delwar Hossain alias Ripon ‐ were sentenced to death while two others ‐ Hannan’s brother Muhibullah alias Muhibur Rahman alias Ovi and Mufti Mainuddin Khaja alias Abu Jandal ‐ were given life sentences by the Sylhet Divisional Speedy Trial Tribunal on December 23, 2008.
The High Court upheld the verdict in February this year. Hannan and Bipul then appealed against the sentences in July.
Mufti Hannan and seven others were sentenced to death in 2014 for killing 10 people during the Pohela Boishakh celebrations at Ramna Batamul in 2001. He is also a prime accused in the August 21 grenade attack case.