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Can ‘Control-Order’ be Implanted into the Counter-Terrorism Policy of Bangladesh? A Critical Assessment


Mohammed Shahjalal1&2* 


1Department of Law, East West University, Bangladesh; and 2PhD Fellow, Glasgow Caledonian University, UK. 

*Correspondence: shahjalal@ewubd.edu (Mohammed Shahjalal, Senior Lecturer, Department of Law, East West University, Bangladesh).

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ABSTRACT 

This research will be specifically focusing on implemented legislation for eliminating terrorism. There is no need to mention exclusively again that it began many years ago. It ignited mostly after the post 9/11 era. The Bush & Blair management then immediately applied many different and notorious counter-terrorism tactics. Among all; the infamous “Control Order” was authorized by most of the regimes like Guatemala to Tihar Jail, India. Arguably except in Bangladesh, this brutal method of torture was applied in almost every counter-terrorism cell. Needless to say, it started mostly after the ‘Twin Tower’ destruction. The Allied Forces (Mainly UK and USA) had literally chosen to instigate ‘Control-Order’ on almost every Muslim individual and almost every counter-terrorism agency started to implement ‘control-order’ on a regular basis. 


Keywords: Terrorism, Human rights international counter terrorism provision, Control order, and Islam phobia.


Citation: Shahjalal M. (2020). Can ‘control-order’ be implanted into the counter-terrorism policy of Bangladesh? A critical assessment, Asian J. Soc. Sci. Leg. Stud., 2(3), 63-70. https://doi.org/10.34104/ajssls.020.063070


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