Report: Terrorists in Dhaka attack followed Zakir Naik, IS recruiters
Thursday, July 07, 2016
This is for all the f**kwits, wannabe extremists and arseholes to open their f*****g eyes and ears! How do you say "padan muka" in English? Why am I not surprised?
Malaysiakini : News reports have claimed that two of the terrorists involved in the
killing of 20 hostages in Dhaka, Bangladesh, were social media followers
of controversial Muslim preacher Zakir Naik and two suspected
recruiters of the Islamic State (IS).
Bangladesh’s English-language newspaper The Daily reported that one
of them Rohan Imtiaz had posted on Facebook last year quoting Zakir as
“urging all Muslims to be terrorists”.The preacher had toured Malaysia in April amid much opposition from various quarters. He was also awarded an island by the Terengganu state government to
set up the local branch or the South-East Asia regional research centre
for the Islamic Research Foundation (IRF) which he helms.
Despite objections from Hindu groups and MIC, Zakir was allowed to
deliver his lectures, but one of his topics comparing Islam and Hinduism
was changed. At that point, Deputy Prime Minister Ahmad Zahid Hamidi had described the Indian national as a “very wise man”. Meanwhile, Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak had invited him to
breakfast at his residence, and expressed hope that the preacher would
convey to the world the message that Malaysia is a country that
Similarly, PAS uploaded a photograph of its president Abdul Hadi
Awang embracing Zakir in what was described as an “historical meeting”. On Monday, inspector-general of police Khalid Abu Bakar had confirmed
that two of those involved in the attack on a restaurant in Dhaka
studied at Monash university in Sunway, but could not verify if the pair
were attackers or victims. Another
terrorist in the attack, Nibras Islam, reportedly used to follow IS
suspected recruiters Anjem Choudary and Shami Witness on Twitter in
A British citizen of Pakistan origin, 49-year-old Anjem is now facing
trial in England for breaking British anti-terrorism law whereas Shami
Witness is the Twitter name of 24-year-old Mehdi Biswas of India, who is
also facing trial for running propaganda for IS. The attackers had mostly hacked their hostages, which included Italians and Japanese to death. According to reports, the terrorists were said to be from affluent
families, while Rohan was the son of a politician from Bangladesh’s
ruling party Awami League.
Bangladeshi commandoes had killed at least six of the terrorists.