Two groups of Muslim fundamentalists in Bangladesh once again have clashed with police while demanding that the Ahmediyyas be declared non-Muslims. Some of the zealots sang songs for becoming “martyrs” in their fight against the minority Ahmediyyas who live in constant fear in Bangladesh.
The clash began when the police barred a band of International Khatme Nabuwat Movement, Bangladesh (IKNMB) activists from marching towards Dhaka Central Jail to hold a 'voluntary imprisonment' program in the afternoon demanding a law declaring the minority Ahmadiyyas non-Muslim. The IKNMB has been running a hate campaign for over two years to press home the demand. The law enforcers in the city yesterday also foiled the attempt of another anti-Ahmadiyya fanatic group, Khatme Nabuwat Andolon Bangladesh (Knab), to march to Bakshibazar to lay siege to Ahmadiyya headquarters there.