Jihadi Londoner arrested in Delhi over Rohingya terrorist plot as al-Qaeda targets Myanmar

Suspected al-Qaeda operative Shauman Haq, alias Shami ur Rehman a British national of Bangladeshi origin was arrested by the special cell of the Delhi Police

A British al-Qaeda militant who is accused of organising resistance among Rohingyas to fight the Myanmar Army has been arrested by Delhi Police special cell.

Samiun Rahman, 28, alias Hamdan, a London resident, was staying in India with fake identity of Shumon Haq alias Raju Bhai. He is accused of establishing a base for the outfit in the city to recruit cadre for jihad.

The fake ID lists his residential address as being in Bihar but his parents moved to Britain from Bangladesh in 1960s and settled in central London.

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  • felis gracilis

    “His accomplices are now being identified.”
    I do think that may be the Indian security apparatus’ version of the Russian: “he is now progressing toward a confession”.
    One can only hope.

    • I bet they don’t care too much what amnesty may have to say.

      • Alain

        Hopefully not.

  • Will Quest

    Bang-Bang-Bangladesh ……..aspiring to be pakis ……..

  • ismiselemeas

    I notice that India is absent from the world’s leaders calling the conflict a genocide. Primarily because they’ve had 800 unbroken years of islamic genocide and have a good grip on the concept. By the way, there’s no such people as the Rohingya. The name was coined in the 1950s to give the invaders legitimacy, a move straight out of the Pallie playbook.

    • felis gracilis

      China also. You know, governments that actually have some degree of grip on reality. Unlike the fairytale virtue signallers in power in the West.