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Indian Islamists ‘observe’ Ramadan by making explosives

During the month of Ramadan, Indian Muslim are making explosives amid widespread attacks on Hindus. This was claimed by a leader of Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP).

Vijay Kumar Sinha, the leader of the state’s opposition BJP accused the Bihar government of enabling terrorist indoctrination through the Islamic madrasas. “The government is making Bihar a city of terrorists. By becoming the shelter of these madrasas, the government is creating riot”, the BJP state leader warned.

Bharat’s nationalist Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) slammed the Bihar state government for harboring jihad sympathizers such as Nehaluddin. The state government “crossed the limit when their Minister Mohammad Nehaluddin said that they are manufacturing bombs for self-defense”, Vijay Kumar Sinha said.

According to media reports, madrassas are continuing as breeding grounds of jihadists while South Asia is facing serious threats posed by radical Islam.

For years, radical Islamic groups as well as militancy outfits have been forming alliances and conglomerates amongst themselves with the notorious agenda of spreading the flag of ‘Caliphate’ or ‘Sharia rule’ through the South Asian nations and beyond. 

According to counterterrorism researchers, in South Asia, Al Qaeda and its franchise Ansar Al Islam (AAI) as well as other militancy and ultra-Islamist outfits including Hizbul Mujahedin, Jamaatul Mujahedin Bangladesh (JMB), Hizbut Tahrir, Hezbut Tawheed, Hefazat-e-Islam, Khatmey Nabuwat, Ahley Hadith, Tablighi Jamaat etcetera are advancing with the mission of turning the region into next battle ground.

Currently, members of these groups, especially Ansar Al Islam, Hizbul Mujahedin and Hefazat-e-Islam are focusing on increasing the number of activists and members through fresh recruitments, while these groups also are putting special emphasis on enhancing the capabilities of its military wing through getting increased number of members trained from Pakistan and Afghanistan.

Indian Muslim resorting to terrorist and jihadist activities
According to a recent report published in Outlook, Bharat is witnessing large-scale riots as Muslim fasting month of Ramadan coincides with the Hindu festival season of Rama Navami. Authorities in the Indian capital have Hindus to hold traditional processions in certain areas to mark the festivities amid fears of enraging Muslims.

The Hindustan Times in a report said, Delhi police “denied permission to the Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) and another group to hold processions in the Jahangirpuri locality of the national capital on the occasion of Hanuman Jayanti”. The Hindu religious organizations “had sought permission to conduct processions for Hanuman Jayanti, but due to concerns regarding the law and order situation, the organizers were not given permission”, the newspaper concluded.

Muslims in Bharat are becoming increasingly violent and showing extreme notoriety towards Hindus, while according to media reports, with the alarming rise in Muslim population, now some Muslims are openly declaring of conquering India within 20 years.

It may be mentioned here that in a huge country like Bharat with a current Muslim population of over 213.34 million – much more that of a Muslim majority Bangladesh and slightly less than that of an Islamist Pakistan, rise and spread of jihadist forces in Bharat is a matter of serious concern as Indian Muslims can be easily drawn towards jihadist notoriety while a large segment of them can form affiliations with Al Qaeda, Islamic State (ISIS) and other jihadist outfits.

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Salah Uddin Shoaib Choudhury
Salah Uddin Shoaib Choudhury
Salah Uddin Shoaib Choudhury is an internationally acclaimed multi-award-winning anti-militancy journalist, writer, research-scholar, counterterrorism specialist and editor of Weekly Blitz. Follow him on Twitter @Salah_Shoaib


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