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Unveiling the “Secular” Sheikh Mujib: The Butcher of Bengali Hindus

“Unveiling the “Secular” Sheikh Mujib: The Butcher of Bengali Hindus”, Pragyata, May 24, 2022:

“The sacred land of Bengal was polluted for the first time when Bakhtiyar Khilji invaded Bengal during the reign of Lakshmana Sen in the 13th century. This paved the way for the easy spread of Islam in the region. The land of Kali was now thronged with Islamic missionaries from West Asia.

One among them was Sheikh Awal, an Arab missionary who came from Baghdad, Iraq to preach Islam in India. The date of Awal’s arrival is contested as different records suggest different timelines of his arrival: some say that he came with Hazrat Bayazid Bostami, a 9th-century Sunni preacher1, however, this claim is rejected by the national encyclopedia of Bangladesh.2

Awal had a clear plan: he had come to preach Islam and had no intention of settling in India. While he eventually went back to Iraq, he left his son, Sheikh Zahiruddin, in India, whose generations continue to live in the subcontinent to this day…..”

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