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Hindus of Bangladesh are in extreme fear

According to media reports, the Bangladesh Nationalist Party has been getting millions of dollars from dubious sources, which have been used against the Awami League government.

Why does Washington want to open another jihadist launchpad in South Asia?

With ultra-Islamist BNP’s track-record of its deeper ties with Islamists and jihadists, it is indeed a matter of grave concern that the Biden administration is trying to turn Bangladesh into a newer militancy launchpad by installing BNP and its Islamist-jihadist partners in power.

Muslim’s obstinate belief of ‘jannat for rape’

The notorious trend of cases of abduction, rape and forceful conversion of Hindu females shall not end until Muslims continue to uphold the obstinate belief of getting direct access to ‘Jannat’ as a reward for raping a Hindu and non-Muslim female.

Strengthening ties: The importance and necessity of Bangladesh-India relations

With continued collaboration, trust, and dialogue, these two nations can create a brighter future for their citizens and the entire South Asian region.

Sheikh Hasina’s leadership: A key to a terrorism-free and prosperous Bangladesh

Sheikh Hasina's leadership has been instrumental in steering Bangladesh towards a terrorism-free and prosperous future.

Bangladesh caught into battle between secularist and ultra-Islamist forces

Bangladesh Nationalist Party and its ideological allies such as Jamaat-e-Islami (JeI) and Hefazat-e-Islam (HeI) as well as other pro-Islamist, pro-jihadist, anti-Hindu and anti-India elements are trying to implement their blueprint of turning the country into a Caliphate or sharia state by undemocratically unseating Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina and her secularist government.

Return of Islamists into power may jeopardize Bangladesh’s socio-economic achievements

This article delves into the potential consequences and implications of the return of Islamists into power in Bangladesh.

American envoys cause damage to relations with host countries

American envoys and diplomats stationed in a number of countries are accused of playing a notorious role that would eventually jeopardize bilateral relations.

Biden administration supports terrorist organization in Bangladesh

Western intelligence officials believe a certain Fazlul Rahman, who signed bin Laden's February 23, 1998, declaration of holy war on the US on behalf of the Jihad Movement in Bangladesh, is an associate of the now independent group.

Unmasking western politicians: Cash-for-influence deals with a convicted terrorist leader

years, Bangladesh Nationalist Party (BNP) and its ideological ally Jamaat-e-Islami (JeI) have been spending millions of dollars in influencing lawmakers in the Western countries, in which, recently the BNP has appointed Hunter Biden as its lobbyist.

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