Who is to blame for the recent troubles in Bangladesh?
In late February 2009, border guards (BDR) mutinied at their HQ in Dhaka, killing about 140 army officers.
Are the CIA and Mossad trying to force Bangladesh to stay part of the alleged CIA-Mossad-ISI-al-Qaeda gang?
1. deshivoice.blogspot.com/ tells us about Sinister designs to portray Bangladesh as a “Failed state".
"Two of the TV channels and the largest publishing house in Kolkata, the AnandaBazar Publications Ltd. came out with a connection of the BDR attack with the latest Mumbai terrorist strikes.
"It believes that the planning had taken place from cells in Pakistan and transmitted to their sister organization in Bangladesh, mainly the Harkatul Jamia Islamia or HUJI with training cells conducted by ISI operatives.
(HUJI is believed to have links to Mossad - MOSSAD floats Islamist Political Party in Bangladesh - RAW (Indian Intelligence) aggrieved.)
"Many such speculations of an international link had been rife and the presence of a grey van laden with 20 crates of arms and clips in front of the BDR Durbar Hall is a growing testament to it.
"Some instigators who were supporting the rebels from outside Gate 3 and conducting processions until Thursday afternoon on Day 2 were also under the microscope.
"Who are these people? Where did they come from? Why weren’t the rebel soldiers shooting at them?"
2. The election of December 2008 resulted in a landslide victory for Sheikh Hasina's Awami League-led grand alliance, which gained 263 out 300 seats.
Khaleda Zia's four-party alliance led by the Bangladesh Nationalist Party and the Islamist Jamaat-e-Islami Bangladesh received only 32 seats.
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina is the eldest of five children of Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, the founding father (and first president) of Bangladesh.
Someone may want to topple prime minister Hasina.
Some people suspect Mossad, the CIA, Pakistan Intelligence or Indian Intelligence could be involved in destabilising the Bangladesh government.
3. On 1 March 2009, The Times of India related that the Bangladesh mutineers have named a tycoon with Pakistan links.
"The preliminary interrogation of some of the rebels has thrown up the name of Salauddin Qadeer Chowdhury, a well-known shipping magnate and reportedly very close to the Pakistan military-intelligence complex and the opposition BNP.
"According to sources monitoring the situation, about one crore taka has already changed hands to help the mutiny along.
"Chowdhury, a close associate of opposition BNP leader Begum Khaleda Zia, was closely connected to the Chittagong arms drop case of April 2004 - the arms were apparently intended for ULFA. (militant group from Assam)
"The ships were caught carrying the arms.
"Salauddin Chowdhury, belonging to an old Chittagong family, has been close to Pakistan for decades...
"It is increasingly clear that the chief targets are the army chief Moeen Ahmed and prime minister Sheikh Hasina who, reports say, has been moved to an army guest house for her personal safety...
"Behind the mutiny is the war crimes tribunal that Sheikh Hasina promised to set up for the trial of Pakistani collaborators or razakars from the independence war. This had created trouble inside Bangladesh and Pakistan as well.
"In fact, Pakistan president Asif Ali Zardari sent an emissary to Sheikh Hasina, Pervez Ispahani, to persuade her to put off this trial as it could embarrass the Pak army considerably.
"After the dust has settled down, Sheikh Hasina and Ahmed are likely to launch a purge of their own in the army, which is likely to create its own tensions. In any case, it promises to keep Sheikh Hasina off balance for a while, as Bangladesh joins other tottering nations on India's periphery."
Photo: Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, founder of Bangladesh.
4. When there is terrorism in and around Bangladesh, some people blame the CIA or Mossad or Indian intelligence or Pakistan intelligence.
Reportedly, HuJi is an extremist Moslem organisation linked to the security services of certain countries.
Reportedly, in Bangladesh, Huji has set up a political party called the IDP.
At defence.pk/forums/l we read: MOSSAD floats Islamist Political Party in Bangladesh - RAW (Indian Intelligence) aggrieved.
1. One post quotes from The Daily Star, 29 September 2008:
"Leaders of the banned Islamist outfit Harkatul Jihad Al Islami (HuJi) Bangladesh have floated the Islamic Democratic Party (IDP) with permission from the government."
2. Kazi Azizul Huq is an adviser to the IDP.
Azizul said that:
Dr Richard L Benkin, an American citizen, and Salah Uddin Shoaib Choudhury, helped in efforts to portray the IDP in a positive light.
3. Reportedly, "HuJi was originally created by RAW (Indian security service) but now it appears that MOSSAD have hijacked the group and the Indians are annoyed."
4. Reportedly, "Salah Uddin Shoaib Choudhury & Dr Richard L Benkin are contributors to the Intelligence Summit which is Israeli financed.
"Salah Uddin Shoaib Choudhury was charged several years ago for sedition and working for a foreign intelligence agency (MOSSAD)."
5. Reportedly, "all the bomb explosions perpetrated by HuJi (B) in Bangladesh were carried out with Indian explosives (the grenades and water gel had Indian markings). Some of the other explosives were traced to a mining company in India."
5. Bangladesh became independent in 1971, having broken away from Pakistan.
In 1971, Pakistan was the chief ally of the CIA in the region.
CIA director Bush had wanted Pakistan to keep control of Bangladesh. (Cached)
6. Bangladesh's first president wanted Bangladesh to be socialist and secular.
The CIA does not like socialist governments; the CIA tends to promote Islamism.
Bangladesh's first president was Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, head of the Awami League.
He faced many difficulties including famine, corruption and opposition from Islamists and the CIA.
He was assassinated in 1975.
Reportedly, the CIA organised the assassination. 
Photo of Bangladesh: http://www.flickr.com/photos/knobil/sets/1441852/
7. The CIA, with Pakistan's General Zia ul-Haq as its foremost ally, and Saudi Arabia as its principal source of funds, openly recruited Islamic holy warriors in the 1980s. ( Cached )
"Since the 1980s, Bangladeshi society has been affected by the rise of Islamic fundamentalism...
"Madrassahs (Islamic schools) and welfare societies have mushroomed, some pushing radical doctrines and attacking secularism and secularists." (Cached )
Photo from Bangladesh: http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Image:Homeless_child.jpg
8. Today 60 million of Bangladesh's poor are struggling to feed themselves.
They have to spend about 40% of their tiny income on rice. (The Economist 17 April 2008 A different sort of emergency )
Rice yields are only half what they are in India.
9. From 2007 until 2009, there was a state of emergency, and the people who ran Bangladesh were the military.
The two main political parties are (1) Khaleda Zia's Bangladesh Nationalist Party and (2) Sheikh Hasina Wajed's Awami League.
In 2008, Islamists went on a rampage to protest against a draft law giving equal inheritance rights to men and women.
The government claims it might prosecute those who sided with the Pakistani army in the 1971 struggle for independence, when 3 million died.
A large number of leaders of Jamaat-e-Islami, Bangladesh's largest Islamist party, might stand trial, but Saudi Arabia objects to this.
Saudi Arabia helps keep Bangladesh afloat financially.
Bangladesh - http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Image:P1010257.JPG
10. In 'Fulcrum of Evil ISI - CIA - Al Qaeda Nexus' (2006) , Maloy Krishnathe Dhar 'has traced the intricate connectivity between the Pakistan intelligence service ISI, the CIA, Royal Saudi Intelligence and Al Qaeda.' (Fulcrum of Evil ISI - CIA - Al Qaeda Nexus).
Bangladesh is now said to be part of the nexus.
"Fulcrum of Evil seeks to expose the supposed links between the ISI, CIA, Saudi intelligence and various Islamist outfits linked with Al Qaeda..." Cached
"Monday, 27 August 2007 - Initial investigations into the twin blasts in the southern city of Hyderabad have pointed the finger of suspicion to Pakistan and Bangladesh-based terror groups, according to Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Y S Rajasekhara Reddy." - Cached
"At least 117 insurgent camps in Bangladesh are being used to train terrorists against India..." -117 terror camps on Bangladesh soil