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4 RADICALISED BANGLADESHI MEN JAILED FOR FINANCING TERRORISM

Four Bangladeshi workers have been charged for financing terrorism that is; providing or collecting money to fund terrorist acts in Bangladesh

The four - Rahman Mizanur, 31; Miah Rubel, 26; Md Jabath Kysar Haje Norul Islam Sowdagar, 31; and Sohel Hawlader Ismail Hawlader, 29 were charged on 12 July 2016. They pleaded guilty to their crimes on 31 May. Rahman, the leader was sentenced to 60 months' jail. Miah and Jabath were sentenced to 30 months each and Sohel was given 24 months for their involvement. The four were part of a group of six charged under the Terrorism (Suppression of Financing) Act (TSOFA) - the first time the Act has been used for prosecution.

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27 RADICALISED BANGLA WORKERS ARRESTED UNDER ISA FOR PLANNING OVERSEAS TERROR ATTACKS

The Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) announced today that 27 Bangladeshi construction workers were arrested under the Internal Security Act (ISA) after they were found out to be planning armed jihad overseas and in their homeland. This is the first reported instance of foreigners being arrested for wanting to prepare attacks overseas. The men were arrested between 16 Nov 2015 and 1 Dec 2015 last year.

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