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Bangladesh: Muslim Holding Dual Canadian-Bangladeshi Citizenship Organised Dhaka Cafe Attack
As reported by Australia's ABC today, reproducing a story from AFP.
'Dhaka Cafe Siege Organised by Dual Canadian-Bangladeshi National, Police Say'.
'Bangladesh police say a Canadian citizen (that is: 'a Bangladeshi Muslim holding a Canadian passport' - CM) was one of the organisers behind the recent mass killings (that is: the Muslim mass killings of non-Muslims - CM) at a Dhaka cafe, after new information came to light after a raid on an extremist hideout.
The 'extremists' are merely following the Sunnah to the letter. They are Muslims, in majority-Muslim Bangladehs, who take Islam fully to heart. - CM
'Tamim Chowdhury, whose whereabouts are unknown (sure; but try surprise-searching the mosques and madrasas - CM) returned to Bangladesh from Canada three years ago.
'He has since led and financed efforts to radicalise young Muslims (that is: to make them more consciously devout, more zealous in their adherence to the Sunnah - CM), officers with knowledge of a probe into recent attacks told the AFP news agency.
'The dual Canadian-Bangladeshi national (whose Canadian citizenship, a mere tactical and temporary convenience, a citizenship that should never have been granted to him in the first place, should be forthwith annulled by the Canadian authorities, now that it has become manifest exactly what kind of person he is and where his real loyalties lie - to the Ummah or Mohammedan Mob, the Empire of Islam, and to the nascent Caliphate - CM) in his early 30s (nota bene; a man of full age; not a marginalised and deprived 'yoof' - CM) is thought by counter-terrorism officals to lead a faction of the Jamayetul Mujahideen Bangladesh (JMB) militant group, blamed for scores of murders of foreigners and religious minorities (that is: "that has of late carried out scores of Islamically-inspired murders of foreign non-Muslims and of members of indigenous non-Muslim minorities within Bangladesh" - CM).
'Five assailants stormed an upscale cafe (sic: 'attacked' would be a better word; 'storm' implies a military target - CM) in Dhaka's Gulshan neighbourhood on July 1 and killed (sic: tortured, mutilated and murdered - CM) 20 hostages, including 18 foreigners (nearly all of whom were non-Muslims, mostly Italians - CM) in Bangladesh's deadliest single militant attack.
It was a jihad ghazi raid. - CM
'A week later, gunmen attacked an Eid prayer gathering of 250,000 people held to mark the end of Ramadan, killing three.
Presumably the Muslims at this gathering were deemed to be either insufficiently-sharia-compliant or of the wrong sect, and therefore to be as legitimate a target as Italian Catholics, Hindu priests, Christian priests, or apostates from Islam. - CM
"So far what we have learned is that Tamim Chowdhury is one of the masterminds of the attacks of Gulshan cafe and Sholakia Eid prayer ground", an officer told AFP on condition of anonymity.
"He trained the extremists behind the two attacks and the nine extremists killed at Kalyanpur", the officer said, referring to a shootout by police at a flat used as an extremist hideout on Tuesday.
'He added that Chowdhury had "been working to radicalise" young Muslims.
To make them more devout and remind them of their obligation to wage jihad against Infidels and against any Muslims deemed to be insufficiently Islamic. - CM
'Another senior police officer told AFP tha tChowdhury's role in fostering extremism (ginning up jihad - CM) was revealed during the interrogation of Rakibul Hasan, 25, who was arrested in the raid on the hideout.
'According to a police first information report into the raid seen by AFP, Chowdhury and others gave him and the nine militants killed in the raid "money, explosives and weapons" and "trained and advised" them.
I wonder how much of that money was acquired by Chowdhury whilst in Canada, and from what sources?- CM
'Mr Hasan told police during the interrogation that Chowdhury "used to visit the extremists' flat and give them necessary funds and encourage them by talking about jihad and religious issues", the report said.
Jihad and religious issues. Jihad, the sixth pillar of Islam. - CM
'Authorities blame the JMB militant group for the attack on the Holey Artisan Bakery in Dhaka and the assault on the Eid gathering.
'However, the Islamic State (IS) group has claimed responsibility for the cafe attack, releasing photos of the carnage and of extremists posing with the group's flag.
No reason why these murderous jihadis couldn't be involved with both groups. After all, all pious Muslims share exactly the same goal: the subjugation of the planet to a global Muslim despotism and the imposition of the sharia of Islam upon all human beings. - CM
'Mr Hasan told police the group busted in the raid were members of I.S., with officers recovering its signature black flags and robes from their hideout.
'But the national police chief AKM Shahidul Hoque has rejected that claim, asserting that they were members of the banned JMB.
'Another senior officer told AFP that foreign intelligence agencies sounded alarm bells on Chowdhury's extremist activities a year ago.
'Police are investigating whether the JMB faction allegedly led by Chowdhury has any ties with I.S.'
Looks as though Canada let in someone they shouldn't have - when, precisely, did this Tamim Chowdhury enter Canada? - and then conferred citizenship on someone who should not have received it. One wonders what if any background checks were done on Chowdhury prior to the granting of citizenship. And one also wonders what he was like while living in Canada and how he was perceived by his foolish Canadian infidel neighbours, or classmates, or workmates.
It is long, long past time that Infidel countries everywhere ceased to admit declared and identifiable Muslims within their gates.
Because - after reading this and any number of other similar stories from the past dozen years one begins to wonder just how many other Zulfikar Shariffs and Tamim Chowdhurys are out there, on university campuses and in urban and suburban neighbourhoods of Infidel states, and how many of them, fronting up for their infidel-country citizenship conferrals, are of the same mind as a Pakistani Muslim who, having acquired American citizenship, attempted to committ mass murder by car-bombing Times Square on May Day (he failed), and then, during his trial, when asked about the oath he swore during his citizenship ceremony, answered coolly that he "swore, but he didn't mean it". As Mohammed said, "War is deceit". - CM