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Political assistant/Jihadist mole at US embassy in Dhaka tied to Jamaat Al Islami named 'employee of the year'
September 6, 2005
Foreign Service National Employee of the Year
Award for the Bureau of South Asian Affairs
M.M. Firoze Ahmed, political assistant at the U.S. Embassy in Dhaka, earned the award for his accurate, insightful and well-written analytical reporting on key issues; for personally investigating allegations of human rights abuses and violent street demonstrations; for identifying key individuals and maintaining an intricate network of invaluable contacts; and for orienting a new ambassador, deputy chief of mission and an entirely new staff of six officers in the Political/Economic section. The award also recognizes Mr. Ahmed's unflagging dedication and hard work during the visits of the President and Secretary of State to Bangladesh.
MIM: Another case of foxes who are rewarded with more then all the chickens they can eat while in the house : http://www.state.gov/documents/organization/4655.pdf M.M. Firoze Ahmed's is the political assistant at the US Embassy in
It has been reported that he is a Roqan, a respectable position in the party hierarchy.
In the aforementioned issue of "State", in another part of the magazine Mr. Ahmed had been introduced as a "veteran of eight and a half years with the embassy". If that is true, then M.M. Firoze Ahmed has been attached with the Embassy since January of 1993 if not earlier..
The Islamic fundamentalist party, Jamat-i-Islami of
In this era of war on terrorism, an Islamist mole like M.M. Firoze Ahmed has no business working for U.S. Department of State. Not only are our diplomats are not taking this matter seriously. but the State Department seems to be actively aiding and abetting their activities by granting them quasi diplomatic status .
Maulana Firoze Ahmed is still working at the
Which once again begs the question as to whose interests the State Department is really promoting