အၾကမ္းဖက္အဖြဲ႕အစည္းဆိုင္ရာ သတင္းအခ်က္အလက္

17 Jun

ေတာင္အာရွ အၾကမ္းဖက္မႈဆိုင္ရာ သတင္းအခ်က္အလက္ အဖြဲ႕အစည္းက ေဖာ္ျပထားတဲ႔ ရိုဟင္ဂ်ာ လက္နက္ကို္င္ အဖြဲ႕အစည္းေတြရဲ႕ အၾကမ္းဖက္မႈ၊ တရားမဝင္လက္နက္ ေရာင္းဝယ္မႈ၊ မူးယစ္ေဆးဝါး ကုန္သြယ္မႈ၊ လူကုန္ကူးမႈဆိုင္ရာ မွတ္တမ္းအခ်ိဳ႕ကို  စုစည္းၿပီး ေဖာ္ျပေပးလိုက္ ပါတယ္။ လတ္တေလာ ကိစၥရပ္ေတြအတြက္ ကိုးကားစရာ အခ်က္အလက္ေတြျဖစ္မယ္လို႔ ယူဆပါတယ္။

Asian security services indicated that militants from the Jemaah Islamiah – which is connectedto the Al Qaeda and seeks to set up a gigantic Islamic state encompassing Malaysia, Singapore,

Indonesia and southern Philippines – were also hiding out in these camps, which were set up in the early 1990s to train rebels from the Muslim Rohingya minority in Myanmar’s Rakhine State. The Jemaah Islamiah militants in hiding in southeastern Bangladesh are believed to be mostly citizens of Malaysia and Singapore.

Bangladesh – A Lengthening Shadow of Terror

Both local residents and foreigners are recruited into the HuJI-B. Besides, refugees fromMyanmar are a significant source of cadres for the outfit. They include stateless Rohingyas,

whose families have fled Myanmar over the years allegedly due to religious persecution.

Cadres of the HuJIB are primarily recruited from various Madrassas (seminaries).The Madrassas essentially impart religious training and most of them are financed by Arabcharities. Reports also indicate that many HuJI-B recruits have seen ‘action’ in the IndianState of Jammu and Kashmir, Chechnya and Afghanistan.

Harkat-ul-Jihad-al Islami Bangladesh (HuJI-B) Terrorist Group, Bangladesh

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Bangladesh  1/24/2001  Terrorist arrested in Mymensingh

On January 23, a terrorist and his brother were arrested in Mymensingh after they enteredthe Central jail threatening to blow it up. In another incident, on the same day, Cox Bazar

police claimed to have arrested the ‘Chief of Staff’ of the Rohingya National Army

(RNA),the military wing of the Arakan Rohingya National Organisation (ARNO).

Bangladesh  2/1/2001  Bangladesh accuses Myanmarese refugees of

smugglingarms  According to police sources, Myanmar’s Rohingya refugees are involved inthe smuggling of arms and narcotics into their country and India. Three Rohingya militant leaders, including it’s ‘army chief’, Salimullah who were arrested in the country last week, established the group’s links with armed militant groups

in several countries in the region. According to the sources, bulk of the illegal trade in arms and narcotics passes through Teknaf, a township on the Bangladesh-Burma border,

where most of an estimated 50,000 illegal Rohingya immigrants reside.

Pakistan  12/7/2001  US gives list of six more nuclear scientists to be probed forlinks with Al Qaeda

According to media reports of December 6, the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) of USA has

given a list of six more nuclear scientists to the Pakistani government whom it wants to probe

on suspicion of having links with Osama bin Laden’s Al-Qaeda network or another group,

the Ummah Reconstruction led by Sultan Bashiruddin Mahmud, who is already under detention.

The issue was reportedly discussed between President Pervez Musharaff andthe CIA’s Director John Tenet during the latter’s recent visit to Pakistan. Media

sources added that two of the six scientists, Suleiman Asad and Muhammad AliMukhtar are directly related to the country’s nuclear programme, and have beenworking in the Kahuta Research Laboratories (KRL) for last few years. Reportshave indicated that currently, the two scientists are in Myanmar.

 

India  12/25/2001  Huge consignment of Chinese AK-47s reached North East,

indicate reports

Media reports on December 25 said Indian authorities have expressed serious concernfollowing the seizure in Myanmar of a huge consignment of 1,200 AK-47 rifles of

Chinese make and meant for being smuggled into India for use by the North East terrorists. Authorities believe that two similar consignments have already been smuggledinto India.

Unnamed Indian officials said there was an understanding reached with China in 1998according to which China agreed not to provide assistance to North East terrorists. They said,

following the Myanmar-seizures, the Chinese have reportedly restarted supplyingweapons to these terrorists. Officials also added that the government was also closely analysing the links between left-wing extremists, Naxalites, and China as well as connections with other organisations.

Bangladesh  9/26/2002  Seven Arabs arrested for suspected internationalterror links

A Media report of September 26 said the Detective Branch (DB) of Bangladesh Police isinterrogating seven Arab nationals and was probing if they have international terrorist links.

They were arrested in Uttara model town on September 23 and are in police custodythe report said. The arrested persons are Abu Nujaid of Libya, Sadek Al Nasami; Abu Sallam,

Abu Umaiya and Abul Abbas of Yemen; Abu Ashem of Algeria; and Hasan Adam of Sudan.

A Bangladeshi national, Anisur Rahman, was also arrested from the Al HermannIslamic Institute, along with the seven Arabs. The DB is reportedly silent on the arrestsand the ongoing interrogation. Police is also probing if they were engaged in trafficking in women and children.

Also, police recovered Tk 1 lakh, and seized 10 computers, video- and audio tapes and booksfrom the arrested persons.

 The Al Hermann Islamic Institute started functioning in Cox’s Bazar in 1992 followingthe influx of the Rohingya refugees from Myanmar into the country. Later, it openedoffices in Dhaka in 1995. At present, it is running three orphanages at Nilphamari,Tongi and Gazipur.

Bangladesh  11/30/2002  Chittagong criminal gangs procured 100 AK-47s fromArakan insurgents,

reports

Around 100 AK-47 rifles were bought by different criminal gangs in Chittagong

and neighbouring areas from insurgents in the Arakan state of Myanmar, media

reports said, quoting Bangladesh intelligence agencies, on November 29. Reports claimed someof these weapons were supplied to Dhaka-based gangs and those elsewhere in the country.

Bangladesh  12/18/2002  Consensus evades Rohingya refugee-talks withMyanmar

Bangladesh and Myanmar failed to make any progress in resolvingthe long-standing issue of repatriating Rohingya refugees to Myanmar.

A discussion on the issue was held during Myammar premier General Than Shwe’stoday visit to Bangladesh on December 17. Some 22,000 refugees are staying in

Bangladesh’s Cox’s Bazar district. However, speaking to media after the meeting, Bangladesh

foreign secretary Mobin Chowdhury said the refugees would be sent back through establishedprocedures.

India  1/14/2003  Al Qaeda terrorist operating in Jammu & Kashmir arrested inKolkata

Police in Kolkata arrested an Al Qaeda terrorist with links to the Taliban militia, who wasoperating in Jammu and Kashmir for the last six months. He is reported to have madesignificant disclosures during interrogation about the outfit’s network in the Kashmir Valley.

The Myanmarese-born Fazle Karim alias Abu Fuzi was arrested from Howrahrailway station on the basis of specific inputs provided by intelligence agenciesof the Union government.

According to the preliminary interrogation report of Fuzi, the Al Qaeda’s network in Kashmir,

Bangladesh and Afghanistan has also come to light. Fuzi claimed to have met Osama bin Laden twice and also interacted frequently with Laden’s closeasso ciates before the United States launched attacks on Taliban-controlled Afghani stan.

Fuzi was trained at camps in Afghanistan in 1995-96 and had left that country

before the US raids and reportedly took shelter in Bangladesh’s Chittagong

district from where he crossed over to Kolkata and later reached the Kashmirvalley.

Fuzi reportedly told interrogators that he came into contact with two higher-ranking

officers of the Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI), Pakistan’s external intelligence agency,

in Chittagong, who had assigned him the task of creating an Al Qaeda network in the Kashmir

valley.

Bangladesh  8/28/2003  BDR destroys terrorist camp in Bandarban

 Bangladesh Rifles (BDR) reportedly destroyed a terrorist hideout in the forests ofNaikhongchhari in Bandarban on August 27 and seized a shotgun, one.303 rifle, 74 bulletsand unspecified sets of Army uniforms during the second round of an anti-crime operationin the area. The terrorists reportedly escaped following an encounter near their Lemuchharihideout. Earlier, in a similar raid on August 26, a terrorist camp in the Bandarban forest areawas destroyed and a large cache of arms and ammunition were recovered.

Meanwhile, unconfirmed reports indicated that a group of 80 suspected terrorists,

including 14 foreign nationals, were operating in the Boangchhari, Ruma and Sadarsub-districts. The foreign nationals of the group reportedly belong to Arakan Army,an insurgent group of Myanmar.

Pakistan  8/17/2004  Two Al Qaeda operatives arrested in Lahore

  Security agencies in Lahore have reportedly arrested two more Al Qaeda suspects for their

alleged involvement in a suicide attack on Finance Minister Shaukat Aziz. “Muhammad Shafiq

and Abu Hamza have been arrested from a hideout in North Cantonment in Lahore,

” unnamed sources told Daily Times. Jaish-e-Mohammed (JeM) activist MuhammadAdnan, who was arrested from Jauharabad near Khushab last week, is reported tohave pointed out their hideout. Shafiq is suspected to be Taliban chief MullaMohammed Omar’s close aide while Hamza is an Al Qaeda operative from Myanmar.

Meanwhile, three Muttahida Majlis-e-Amal (MMA) members, identified as Qari ObaidullahGurmani, Qari Noor Muhammad and Qari Imam Din, were arrested from the Mubarak mosque in Faisalabad on August 16 for alleged links with the Al Qaeda. According to Daily Times,

Gurmani is the MMA president from Faisalabad, while Noor and Imam Din are prayer leaders at the mosque.

Bangladesh  11/19/2004  100 Rohingya refugees injured in Cox Bazaar

  According to the Daily Star, on November 18, over hundred Rohingya refugees andsome police personnel were injured in a clash at Kutupalong camp in Ukhiyasub-district in Cox Bazar district. According to the report, the clash erupted aspolice personnel attempted to rescue a police officer detained by the refugees.

Bangladesh  11/20/2004  Three Rohingya refugees killed in Cox’s bazaar

  On November 19, three dead bodies of the Rohingya refugees were recovered from a forestarea near the Kutupalong camp in Ukhiya sub-district of Cox’s Bazar district. Separately,

police personnel arrested 11 refugees in connection with the November 18 clash withpolice personnel.

Bangladesh  6/4/2005  Five bombs recovered in Kushtia

 Police in the Kushtia district are reported to have recovered five powerful bombs and 20 bulletsfrom Piyarpur in the Sadar sub-district on June 2.

Meanwhile, New Age has reported that a group of non-government organisations(NGOs) campaigning against the use of illegal firearms in Bangladesh said that

Rohingya camps in the Cox’s Bazaar area had become a source of illegal arms forlocal criminals. The NGOs observed that four armed Rohingya groups operatingin the area smuggled sophisticated firearms to the country and sold many of themto local criminals.

Bangladesh  7/25/2005  26 Myanmar rebels arrested in a series of raids in July

Reuters has reported that the Bangladesh Rifles (BDR) personnel fought a series ofgun battleswith Myanmar rebel groups and destroyed several camps in July. A senior BDR

official said on July 24, “Twenty-six fugitive rebels from Myanmar, along with

huge weapons and ammunition including 31 AK-47 rifles, were arrested during

the raids.” No Bangladeshi troops were injured in the encounters and casualty

among the rebels too could not be ascertained. On July 23, a rebel camp was

destroyed following an hour-long encounter at a forest near Naikkongchhari

leading to the arrest of a rebel and the recovery of four anti-personnel mines

and 16,000 rounds of ammunition.

Bangladesh  10/15/2005  PBCP ‘regional leader’ killed in Sirajganj district

 
Daily Star reports that on October 14, police personnel shot dead a ‘regional leader’ ofthe Purba Banglar Communist Party (PBCP), Abdul Halim, in a ‘crossfire’ at Poylarchar inChowhali area of Sirajganj district. Five police personnel were also injured during the clash.

Meanwhile, Police arrested 20 Rohingyas, suspected to be linked to the Arakan Army, from Jubilee road area in Chittagong city when they were holdinga meeting on October 13.

Bangladesh  10/24/2005  Home Ministry orders arrest of Rohingyas involved incrime in Bandarban district

 The Bangladesh home ministry has recently issued an order to prepare a list of Rohingyasillegally living in the inaccessible hilly areas of the Bandarban district and to arrest those involved in criminal activities, according to Daily Star. The order said that a section of

Rohingyas living in Bangladesh are involved in drugs and arms dealings

as well as other criminal activities. The order sent to the offices of district

commissioner, police super, and detective agencies, asked for the arrest of

suspected Rohingyas to curb human and arms trafficking and other forms of

crime.

Bangladesh  1/19/2006  Illegal arms and explosives recovered in Bandarban

districtAccording to Daily Star, Army and border guards personnel on January 18 arrestedthree unidentified Myanmarese militants belonging to the Rohingya SolidarityOrganisation (RSO) from Bhaginar Chhara area in Naikkhongchhari sub-districtof Bandarban district and recovered a huge cache of arms, ammunition andexplosives. The cache included 7 kilograms of TNT, a M1A1 machinegun,

an AK-47 rifle, one .303, four M16 rifles, a long-range rocket shell, 3,500 bulletsand a 500-yard coil of wire used in explosive devices.Bangladesh 

5/19/2009  Four suspected JMB militants sent to prison in Kushtia

 On May 18, four suspected cadres of the Jama”atul Mujahideen Bangladesh (JMB), arrestedearlier on May 17 night, were sent to jail by a court in Kushtia, reports Daily Star.

Meanwhile, JMB’s explosives expert ”Boma” Mizan told his interrogators that

the outfit had close links with Rohingya Solidarity Organisation (RSO),an insurgent group in the Arakan state of Myanmar. Rapid Action Battalion(RAB) interrogators told Daily Star that Mizan and some other JMB operativesreceived training from RSO arms experts in a camp near Myanmar border in2002. In exchange for the firearms lessons, JMB trained Rohingyas to

manufacture improvised explosive devices (IEDs). Mizan also told thatthe Harkat-ul Jihad-al Islami Bangladesh (HuJI-B) too had strong linkageswith the RSO.

India  12/19/2011  31 Myanmerese Citizens arrested in Tripura

 
Zee News reports that Police on December 16 arrested 31 Myanmarese Nationals from Bokafa in South Tripura District. Among the arrested were nine children and seven women.

Sub-Divisional Police Officier Amitava Paul told reporters, All the 31 Myanmaresenationals were arrested by the police at Bokafa, 90 km from Agartala,

late Friday night, They told the interrogators that they are planning to leave

for elsewhere in India via Guwahati in search of jobs.” “All the foreign nationals

are Rohingya Muslims who entered Tripura illegally through Sabroom border

from Chittagong Hill Tracts (CHT) of southeast Bangladesh”.

 

India  3/9/2012  12 Myanmarese citizen arrested in Tripura

The Assam Tribune reports that Police arrested 12 Myanmarese Citizen at Mungiakamiin West Tripura District on March 7. The arrested foreign national are Rohingya Muslims and were on their way to Silchar in Assam.

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