A Bangladeshi young kid she reads from the school book on candle lights in Dhaka, Bangladesh. Although these attacks do not demonstrate the degree of sophistication and operational planning involved in the Paris or Sinai attacks, they have raised concerns about the influence of the organization in Bangladesh. However, those concerned with countering the influence of IS in Bangladesh should also pay special attention to other recent non-IS attacks in Bangladesh against secular, moderate Bangladeshi voices, like the four prominent Bangladeshi bloggers killed in Ten-year-old Sahana Khatun has the tell-tale gnarled growths sprouting from her chin, ear and nose, but doctors at Dhaka's Medical College Hospital are still conducting tests to establish if she has the unusual skin disorder. A young girl looks out of the train window in the train station of Khulna Shy smiling Muslim young girl with traditional colored dress in SreemangalBangladesh Bangladeshi Child labor break bricks at Postogola brick breaking yard in Dhaka, Bangladesh, on June 3, Enter your log in email address and we'll send you a link to reset your password.
But the government must do a better job of protecting them, working to foster and preserve space for moderate political voices, rather than cracking down on them.
To Counter IS in Bangladesh, Look To The Bloggers
Yet the proposed legislation has only raised more concerns that it may be used to target journalists and further limit freedom of expression. Sign up for free access to 3 articles per month and weekly email updates from expert policy analysts. It has provided increased security protection for some bloggers, banned some local terrorist groups, and even made some arrests. With over half of the population living woman with the flag of the Bangladesh Coventry University graduation day, Coventry, UK Bangladeshi woman making up Dhaka Bangladesh Some Farmer working in vegetable field. Enter your log in email address and we'll send you a link to reset your password. The Special Powers Act allows the government to detain journalists for up to days without trial, and has been used to target journalists who are critical of government policies.