Exploring radicalisation in Bangladesh

Exploring radicalisation in Bangladesh Bangladesh-Malaysia-Turkey reported to be route to terror land; professionals to unemployed, rich to poor, university students to madrasa-goers are found to be on list of 262 missing people; not all of them terror suspects, writes Shakhawat Liton, Wasim Bin Habib and Tuhin Shubhra Adhikary in The Daily Times on July 21. The articles says, those who have gone missing over the last one and a half years come from myriad backgrounds. From politician to businessman, from former civil and military officials to schoolteacher, and from private jobholder to mason and garment worker, their families are as varied as their academic credentials, it said. According to the The Daily Times article, some of them attended reputed universities at home and abroad whil...
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