The Taliban should not be recognized in the interests of regional security

 

Shahriar Kabir president of the Committee to Eliminate the Killer of 1971 said that the politics of the radical terrorist Taliban who have recently seized power illegally in Afghanistan and the BNP-Jamaat-Hifazat and their henchmen in Bangladesh follow the same politics. In the interest of regional security in South Asia the Taliban should not be recognized as a peace and democracy-loving country.

Shahriar Kabir made the remarks at an international webinar titled 'Emergence of Fundamentalism in Bangladesh and South Asia and What We Should Do' organized by the Australian branch of the Committee to Eliminate the Deadly Brokers of 1971 on the occasion of the 18th anniversary of the August 21 grenade attack.

He said that the Taliban, in the name of religion, has carried out horrific atrocities on women, especially those who follow different religions, different views and different lifestyles.  If the politics of terrorism in the name of religion is not banned, all the countries of South Asia including Bangladesh will become sanctuaries for militant jihadists.  Speaking of ‘Gazway Hind’, the Taliban, Al Qaeda, IS militant terrorists have already expanded their organizational network in South Asia, with Pakistan being the main supporter.  The main bases of Jamaat-e-Islami in Bangladesh and Taliban in Afghanistan are in Pakistan.

Webinar elimination committee Australia branch president. Shahriar Kabir, President of Nirmul Committee was present as the keynote speaker under the chairmanship of Ekram Chowdhury and General Secretary of Australia Branch Jewel Talukder.  Shahid Jaya Shyamoli Nasrin Chowdhury, Central Vice President of Nirmul Committee, Major General Mohammad Abdur Rashid (Retd.), Security Adviser, Central Adviser to Nirmul Committee, Kamrul Ahsan Khan, Hero Freedom Fighter and Pavel Rahman, Ekushey Medal winning photographer were present as special guests.  Among others who spoke at the meeting were Tarun Kanti Chowdhury, President of All European Branch of Nirmul Committee, social activist Paul Abohov, eminent Australian environmentalist, Ansar Ahmad Ullah, General Secretary of Nirmul Committee's European branch, Shakil Reza Ifti, General Secretary of Turkey Branch  Das, Ashfaq K Rahman, Cultural Secretary, Australia Branch of Nirmul Committee, Harunur Rashid, Acting General Secretary of Australia Awami League, Tanvir Kennedy, Joint General Secretary of Nirmul Committee Australia Branch, Hasan Farooq Shimul Robin, Vice President of Nirmul Committee and Sajjad Siddiqui, General Secretary of Awami League  , Australia Awami League President.  Sams Rahman, Bangabandhu Parishad Australia branch president.  Ratan Kundu, Chittagong Islamia College former student leader VP Iftekhar Uddin Iftu, Melbourne Bangabandhu Parishad general secretary Shubhjit Roy and Bangladesh Awami League environmental subcommittee member Mirza Khaled Al Abbas.

Paying homage to the victims of the August 21 grenade attack, Nirmul Committee President Shahriar Kabir said,  Belongs to.  The country's pro-Pakistan fundamentalist assassins and their allies sought to avenge the tragic defeat of '71 by assassinating Bangabandhu and his main ally, the four national leaders who led the liberation war in 1975, as well as establishing an Islamic state like Bangladesh in Bangladesh. The pro-Pakistan BNP-Jamaat-Freedom Party responsible for the August 21 grenade attack said before the gang attack that their Islam could not be established in Bangladesh by keeping Sheikh Hasina alive.Their Islam is a Maududi, Salafist extremist political Islam, with which the Islam of peace, harmony and sympathy propagated by the Sufis in South Asia has nothing to do.  In Bangladesh, this pro-Pakistan terrorist politics in the name of religion is developing in various ways.  Jamaat-e-Islami is the birthplace of radical political Islam in the subcontinent.

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