By Ali Riaz
In an exceptional convey of strength, association and talent, proscribed Islamist militant enterprises exploded greater than 450 bombs inside a span of below an hour all through Bangladesh on 17 August 2005 sending a powerful message that they have been a strength to be reckoned with. This catastrophic occasion, via a few suicide assaults, pressured the then reluctant Bangladeshi executive, a coalition of center-right events with Islamists between them, to recognize the lifestyles of a community of militants and take motion in contrast hazard.
Against this backdrop, this publication is the 1st educational research at the turning out to be Islamist militancy in Bangladesh. It examines the relevance, value and trajectories of militant Islamist teams in Bangladesh, exploring the advanced internet of household, nearby and overseas occasions and dynamics that experience either engendered and reinforced Islamist militancy in Bangladesh. the 3 elements - household, neighborhood and overseas elements - are each one mentioned individually and their connection and hyperlinks are analyzed. It is going directly to think of attainable destiny trajectories of militant Islamism in Bangladesh.
This e-book addresses a subject matter of significant significance for modern Bangladeshi politics, and should be of curiosity to students of foreign politics and defense reports, together with terrorism and the politics of South Asia.
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