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British-Saudi-Led and al-Qaeda-Linked Terrorists Are on Their Way To Myanmar

British-Saudi-Led and al-Qaeda-Linked Terrorists Are on Their Way To Myanmar

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July 15, 2013 (EIRNS)–Bill Roggio of the {Long War Journal} reported today on the arrival in Myanmar of a brigade of Mujahideen from Burma (or Myanmar), Bangladesh, Indonesia, and Tehreek-i-Taliban Pakistan under the leadership of Abu Safiya and Abu Arif, citing a statement released at Kavkaz Center, a propaganda arm of the al-Qaeda-linked Islamic Caucasus Emirate. The pair were identified as cleric Abu Arif, a cleric and Abu Safiyah, a militant commander, belonging to the Rohingya Solidarity Organization (RSO), an al-Qaeda-linked terrorist outfit.

Roggio also pointed out that a Burmese branch of the Harkat-ul-Jihad-al-Islami [HUJI], based in Karachi, Pakistan and in operation inside Bangladesh since the late 1980s, is likely involved in recruiting Pakistanis to fight in Myanmar. A U.S. State Department report of 2011 had named the Islamic organization, Servants of Suffering Humanity, as a donor to the HUJI. HUJI has also received funding from British Muslims, who work under the control of the MI6. HUJI has been helped by the Islami Bank Bangladesh, a sharia bank that has diverted “zakat” funds toward militant jihad. One video reportedly shows Osama bin Laden providing the seed money for the establishment of the HUJI’s Bangladesh branch.

The arrival of the Mujahideen was facilitated by the recent riots that took place between the small minority of Rohingya Muslims, who are located in the Arakan Hills in east Myanmar, and some fanatic Buddhists. Rohingyas had been living in this area over hundreds of years, and yet they were not recognized as Myanmar citizens. Years ago, reports showed that some of the Rohingyas, who had fled Myanmar, were recruited with the help of Saudi money and had received armed training. Some of them were sighted fighting alongside the al-Qaeda-linked groups in Afghanistan and in the Philippines.

However, the British-Saudi plan to plant hard-core terrorists inside Myanmar — situated between China, India and Southeast Asia — is to foment radical Muslim problems in all those countries and set up militant assets who could be used at any given time to destabilize those countries.

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