Maoists in Middle East ?

via HK published on June 8, 2008

A report in the national dailies of Kuwait warned about the increasing
presence of naxal groups amongst the expatriate population of Asian
especially from India and Bangladesh.

These
extremist presence are citied as the reason for the growing number of protests being
witnessed in the state by disgruntled worker. Ignoring the fact that
these workers have been protesting against the gross human right
violation by their employers who haven’t paid them for months and who
have left them without food and water.

Protests often fall to deaf years and in many cases lead to
deportation of the stricking workers. Recently workers protesting
infront of the Bangladesh embassy ended with damage inside the embassy
complex.

Ignoring the actual working conditions of the workers
the givernment has suddenly chosen to portray a presence of naxal
groups to blame for the protests in the country. The arabs seem to be
afraid of these atheists and they are wary what naxal ideology can do to
the public who are fed up of the monarchy led democracy. The Arab
sheiksh and kings live a luxurious life while the normal citizens ( who
are also rich ) get less than a tenth of the revenue the state derives
from oil.

Strangely in our country the terrorist groups like NDF seem to be very
cozy to the leftists and are often seen helping each other when the
elections come around. These very jihadi movements have increased
presence in the gulf and have units collecting huge amounts of money
for funding terrorist activities back home. These units also help move
people wanted by the police out of the state and get them settled in
the gulf with jobs. Earlier there were also reports that surfaced of
funding for the SIMI from the gulf.

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