Islamic State Bangladesh (ISB, ISISB) -- Abu Jandal al-Bangali

Establishing a foothold: IS Bangladesh is the provincial division of the Islamic State in Bangladesh, that has claimed responsibility for attacks in Bangladesh since late October 2015. IS  refers to the state of Bangladesh as “Bengal”.  In July 2021 the Emir of Islamic State Bangladesh, Sabbir Hossain (aka Bamchi Barak aka Major Bamchi aka Abu Hafs al Bengali), formed a 20 member leadership committee that is divided into four sub-sections: "control wing", "military wing", "Shariah wing" and "financial wing".  Sabbir Hossain is also a skilled bomb maker.Shift in Trends : New Female Recruitment DriveCell Structure and training CampsIn July 2016, the first female unit of the Neo-JMB was discovered after the detention of, Mahmudul Hassan Tanvir, a Neo-JMB commander for the southern region.  On 24 July 2016, police detained four female operatives in Masumpur ,on the outskirts of Bangladesh’s Rajshahi division, undergoing military training.…

Islamic State Bangladesh (ISB, ISISB) -- Abu Jandal al-Bangali, also known as Soldiers of the Caliphate in Bangladesh, Neo-JMB, New JMB, Junud Al Tawhid Al Khalifa is a group formed c. 2014.
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