Jama'at ul Mujahideen Bangladesh (JMB)

The JMB's aim is to replace the current state of Bangladesh with an Islamic State based on Sharia law. It opposes the political system of Bangladesh and seeks to "build a society based on the Islamic model laid out in Holy Quran-Hadith." It opposes democracy as being in violation of Islamic law. It also opposes socialism and its avowed objective is to neutralize left-wing extremists, especially cadres of the Purba Banglar Communist Party (PBCP), as well as cultural functions, cinema halls, shrines and NGOs.VideoVideo: 2010 New Delhi: Bangladeshi terror groups are running training camps in districts bordering India. Banned terror outfit Jamaat-ul-Mujahideen's chief, Maulana Saidur Rahman Jafar has admitted during interrogation that many terror camps are running near the border with India.

Jama'at ul Mujahideen Bangladesh (JMB), also known as Jamatul Mujahedin Bangladesh, Assembly of Holy Warriors in Bangladesh, Jamaat-Ul-Mujahideen is an active group formed c. 1998.
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