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7 February, 2018 00:00 00 AM

Say no to terrorism

Often we talk about militancy among the youth but do not think of expanding their horizon
Dr. Mohammed Asaduzzaman Chowdhury
Say no to terrorism

Recently, the events of militancy have not only scared the people of Bangladesh, but also have created a sense of awareness and resistance. It's definitely good news for us. Although some countries of the world bitterly fought with militancy in Bangladesh, they could not eradicate militancy in their country; rather, the opposite was seen in the picture. Their attacks are trying to expose in a different way, not because they are attacking IS, but domestic and foreign conspiracies continue to try to prove that there is no existence of IS in our country. We are not really thinking about how a man is turned into a milky person. To transform humans into militants, we need to analyze complex issues such as Darwin's evolution, and the reality.
Here we cannot expand the world of our thinking. When people see the reality in the mirror of practical aspects, they are not supposed to have the roots of militants. In many ways, we talk about militant repression but do not think of expanding the horizons of young people. Those who have been recognized as the mastermind of militants in our country are returning to Canada, Malaysia, the United States or England, or sitting in those countries, draw the conspiracy of how to spread terrorism in Bangladesh. The matter can be seen in this way; the poor parents, who are in poor health, sell their last wealth of their lives and send their meritorious children abroad for higher studies and dream of future with hope and aspiration. Hopefully, their children will be educated in modern system and will be established as a liberal and enlightened people. The terrorist groups are taking advantage of the loneliness of the meritorious student in faraway exile. They first adopted a strategy to build a sincere relationship with him. Its lack is fulfilling hardships. In this way, the young meritorious student is trying to win the mind and is attracting him with their misconceptions. When they succeed in this, then the brain is washed very cleverly. After that, when the boy is returning home with higher education, the real development of his personality is not getting the symptoms of narrow and fierce morale. In this case, if the meritorious boy becomes a university teacher, many students are influenced by him. As a result, the teacher who cultivates militants abroad has deviated himself from the idea of education and research, creating conservative and one-thought-oriented thoughts among soft-minded students. At the same time, how he was influenced by the militants, he was pushing his students towards militancy. There is no obstacle in funding because a huge amount of money is coming from abroad for the sake of making militants. In addition, in the country, strong power infrastructure has been developed. In this case, the actual numbers of people who travel abroad, their movements and other activities in abroad are not being closely monitored. It is now being noticed that efforts are being made to expand the militant use of social media such as Facebook, Twitter, Emo, Skype etc. Propaganda is also being caused by those who have already achieved citizenship through Bangladesh in different countries. This is also seen in those who are working in the Middle East countries. They think that since they have gained foreign citizenship or are living in a foreign country, they are out of control. At this stage, the bold steps taken by the government are becoming important. Embassies of Bangladesh in different countries can increase their manpower and bring all the Bangladeshis who are staying there under observation. However, all the citizens of Bangladesh living abroad should not be blamed for spreading militancy. Many Bangladeshi foreigners are playing a significant role in promoting the country's image abroad. Apart from this, remittance sent by the citizens of Bangladesh to foreign countries in our economy is playing a positive role in our economy. Only it is a need to increase the surveillance and take effective steps for all citizens living abroad.
Another thing that we are thinking about today is that a distorted competition has begun in the education of children who are the future citizens of our country. On one hand, children cannot go anywhere outside the textbook. As a result, instead of developing a child's genuine intellectual and mind-set, one type of robotic society is being created. As a result, there is a huge world of learning outside of textbooks that remain unacceptable to the students. Although education and culture are complementary to each other, cultures are not being developed in children. As a result, many other influential personalities like Rabindranath, Nazrul, Shamsur Rahman, Syed Shamsul Haq cannot become the idol to the children. History of the war of liberation, language movement history, Bengali culture and the life of Bangabandhu cannot be easily illustrated to the children. As a result, children's knowledge is limited to their curriculum. Improved thoughts and creativity are not being created in them. As a result of how a robot is controlled by different programs, the child will lose his or her own personalities by crushing under the pressure of the exams and examinations. As a result, he is controlled by others. None of the good is considered to be evil in this power of consideration. As a result, due to the excessive pressure of extra-education, the child is one day growing up and looking for the way to salvation. And the chieftains of militants planted seeds of militants in that opportunity. Increasing numbers of militants, increasing the number of people left homeless. It is very important to think about this issue. Otherwise, it could go out of control.
Every religion tries to make people as tolerant and true human beings. In Bangladesh, people of different religions, including Hindus, Muslims, Buddhists, and Christians live together in harmony. But those who attacked people of other religions for the sake of fake religious motives can be identified as religion merchants and militants. In fact, the people who attacked the Hindu community in Nasrinagar in Brahmanbaria, in fact they have no any religions. And the people of all religions are protected from the real godly people. We can also identify those who are attacking the Muslim community in Burma's Arakan state as militants.
No religion advocates to hurt other religions or to oppose the people of other religions. In this case, we can mention the non-communal spirit of Bangabandhu. It is possible to create harmony and generosity among the people of all religions through the sole non-communal spirit. And we look forward to those possibilities.
The writer is an educationist



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