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Shahadat-e-Nobuwat
Shahadat-e-Nabuwat

There is an extreme lack of information on the profile of Shahadat-e-Nobuwat and its top leadership. Hardly anything is known about it from official sources. What is known in this regard is from media investigations and observations of columnists. But these investigations, to a large extent, are incomplete.

Thet government on October 22, 2009 banned Hizb-ut-Tahrir. The same year, seven other organisations Hizb-ut-Tawhid, Islami Samaj, Ulema Anjuman al Baiyinaat, Islamic Democratic Party, Tawhid Trust, Tamir ud-Deen and Allar Dal were blacklisted for their suspected involvement in militant activities. According to the officials of the home ministry, police and Rab, in August 2013 the government was set to ban seven blacklisted organisations and three others: Shahadat-e-Nobuwat, Ansarullah Bangla Team and Al Markajul al Islami.

The previous BNP-Jamaat government outlawed Shahadat-e-al Hikma on February 9, 2003; Jamaat-ul Mujahideen Bangladesh (JMB) and Jagrata Muslim Janata Bangladesh (JMJB) on February 23, 2005; and Harkat-ul Jihad al-Islami (Huji) on October 17, 2005.



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