Once again the world sees the dangers of preaching of non-Muslim faiths in some Muslim countries. Now, the ISKCON TEMPLE at Potiya, Chittagong in Islamic Bangladesh, has been attacked by the Muslim perpetrators in the month of Ramadan, only to grab the temple properties by the Islamists. The temple devotees were brutally attacked by deadly weapons.
In recent, Islamic State spokesman Abu Mohammed al-Adnani recently said.“The best acts that bring you closer to God are jihad, so hurry to it and make sure to carry out the invasion this holy month and be exposed to martyrdom in it.” Then how can the Bangladeshi Jihadists remain far behind? So, in Indian subcontinent Islamists are brutalizing the Kaffirs in many ways including Bangladesh!
The attack on ISKCON TEMPLE at Potiya, Chittagong in Islamic Bangladesh was horrific. The night of 5th July was a terrible for the devotees of the ISKCON Temple at Potiya, Chittagong, Bangladesh. It’s a holy land because it is the place where the intimate associates of Lord Chaitanya Mahaprabhu, Shrila Vasudeva Dutta and Shrila Mukunda Dutta were born. In this holy land a group of Jihadi terrorists attacked the ISKCON Temple devotees and brutally injured many of them. A devotee named Jagadjiban Prabu is now struggling with life and death.
As per last update, the local police administration is now trying to catch the criminals who are involved in this attack. Some senior devotees of ISKCON Chittagong are trying heart and soul to handle the situation. Especially Lilaraj Gour das, a senior devotee of ISKCON Pravortak Sri Krishna temple is investigating the whole situation and trying to take required steps for resolving the current situation of that temple. ISKCON temples and its devotee members are in grave danger in Bangladesh.
It is astonishing that the Bangladesh media has not covered this news for some mysterious reasons!
After Indian PM Narendra Modi’s visit in Bangladesh in last month, the Islamists in Bangladesh have increased their efforts to attack the Bangladeshi Hindus within the silence zone of Bangladesh PM, Sheikh Hasina.