The Neighbourhood/World
Curious twists to jehad in Dhaka - Swapan Dasgupta, Pioneer
The attack on a posh restaurant in the Gulshan area of Dhaka and the explosions at an Eid gathering in Kishoreganj may have occurred in neighbouring Bangladesh, but they have sent shock waves in India. Coupled with the arrest of members of a suspected ISIS cell in Hyderabad, the news that a clutch of people from Kerala have left the country to fight in Syria-Iraq and the invocation by the ISIS to Indian adherents to stage ‘lone wolf’ attacks, the incidents in Bangladesh have raised the possibility of similar attacks happening in India.
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