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In
the article “The islamist Militancy in Bangladesh the writer
describe- On November 29, 2005, some ten
people, including two police eofficers, were killed in suicide bombings in
the towns of Chittagong and Gazipur, Bangladsh. Religious mind of a extremism
tends to a state of person about his religion in which he has such firm belief
on his concepts such that any conference from it is unbearable for him.He
becomes aggressive towards the society. As not only he considers himself to
follow the religion strictly in his way but wants the society to do so. If
unfortunately someone refuses his thoughts, he can go to any limit to make that
person acting upon his ideology. He can even commit the murder of disobedient
person. 
Militancy is aggressiveness irrespective of religion, race, nationality and
language. A militant is not always a religious extremist as in the case of
Tamil Tigers in Sari-Lanka. But a religious extremist is always a militant. 
in 2015. Both Al
Qaeda in the Indian Subcontinent (AQIS) and the Islamic State (IS) have claimed
their presence in the country. The Ansar al Islam (also known as the Ansarullah
Bangla Team, ABT) claimed to be the Bangladesh unit of the India-based militant
group AQIS and has taken responsibility for the murders of four self-proclaimed
atheist bloggers and the publisher of one of the atheist blogger’s book. In a
video posted online on 2 May 2015, titled “From France to Bangladesh: The Dust
Will Never Settle Down”, AQIS claimed responsibility for six targeted killings
in or groups that claim to be followers of the Islamic State. These attacks
have
included the murder
of two foreigners.
Not only were the
murders Bangladesh and Pakistan Additionally, 
In October and November 2015. It was reported by the SITE intelligence
group that the IS claimed responsibility for these attacks immediately
following the attacks.Since 1999,attacks by Islamist militants have
beenincreasing They have targeted opposition politicians,scholars, journalist,
members of the judiciary religious minorities and members of the Islamist
Ahmadiya sect..

In
Bangladesh, the government’s recent willingness to  intervene in a verdict handed down by the International
Crimes Tribunal (ICT) indicates that the state is in dire need of robust and
neutral institutions to safeguard its fragile democracy. (use for internet)
India,Pakistan,and Bangladesh share an interwined colonial history.india and
Pakistan emerged from the Bristish Empire as independent states in 1947. Islam
had not come to the eastern parts of india and present day Bangladesh as a
conquering force. According to media reports, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina
responded to the demands of the protesters by stating that she would talk to
the judges to convince them to take the deep sentiments of the protesters into
account when formulating their decisions. The amendment also carried a
provision allowing the tribunal to try any party and organisation accused of
war crimes — namely Jammat-i-islami.Bengal became East Pakistan.
Although Pakistan had been created as a Muslim homeland, profound cleavages of
class, region, and sect characterized the Muslim communities of South Asia.
Jinnah had managed to dexterously paper over these tensions. However, once the
state of Pakistan was created, the differences swiftly came to the fore. Bangladesh’s efforts to contain
Islamist violence had been top of the agenda at the annual high-level bilateral
talks in Washington recently. The two sides agreed that violent religious
extremism poses a global threat, and tried to explore the ways for enhancing
cooperation through intelligence sharing and programmes to combat
radicalisation. Reports indicate that the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI)
is presently based in Bangladesh providing support in identifying people who
are vulnerable to radicalisation

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