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Tamir ud Deen

Tamir ud Deen was founded by Huji leader Mufti Abdur Rauf, an afghan war veteran. Mufti Abdur Rouf, alumni of DarulUlum Deobond Madrasa in India, established the outfit after he was expelled from Islami Dawati Kafela (IDK) in 1999. IDK was founded by a section of Huji activist in late 1990s.

However, Tamir ud Deen was renamed as Hijbe Abu Omar after Mufti Rauf was arrested in August 2006 for unhindered continuation of its activities. The organisation believes in armed revolution. Majority of its cadres are teachers and students of Kawmi Madrasa. In fact, Rauf himself was a teacher in a Kawmi Madrasa. Mazlis-e-Sura is the highest policy making body of the organisation.

The organisation has a country wide network spread in places including Dhaka, Mymensingh, Sherpur, Barisal, Patuakhali, Madaripur, Panchagarh, Faridpur, Gopalganj, Chittagong, Sylhet and Dinajpur. The organisation is also believed to be working to send activists abroad to fight the 'enemies of Islam' in places across the globe. For funding, the organisation often stage fake kidnaps involving fellow operatives and extort hefty ransoms from families. It also collects money from pious Muslims and Zakat-al-Fitrah.



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