Innenriksminister i Bangladesh, Asaduzzaman Khan, vet hvem som står bak bølgene av drap på professor, ateister, hinduer, kristne, ahmadiya, shia og sufi. Det er Israel.
“Bangladesh has become the target of an international conspiracy. And a foreign intelligence agency has joined the conspiracy,” Mr Khan said.
When asked to elaborate, he said: “You must have noticed that an Israeli intelligence agent had a meeting with a politician, it does not need to be verified further, all Bangladeshi know about it.”
Israeli Foreign Ministry Spokesman Emmanuel Nahshon told the BBC the suggestion of Israeli involvement was “utter drivel”.
Opposition MP Aslam Chowdhury was recently arrested and charged with sedition after he was pictured meeting Israeli government adviser Mendi Safadi in India.
Mr Chowdhury described his visit to India as a business trip and has denied meeting an Israeli intelligence agent.
Når en statsråd så åpenlyst kan gi uttrykk for antisemittiske konspirasjonsforestillinger, tyder det på at man er ganske tungt agrepet. En statsråd forventes å ha en viss antenne for hvordan dette vil påvirke Bangladesh omdømme. Statsråden må selv tro på det han sier.
I helgen ble kona til en politileder drept foran deres seks år gamle barn. En kristen butikkeier ble hakket i hjel. Tirsdag ble en hindu drept.
The latest violence was in the southern port city of Chittagong, where Mahmuda Aktar was stabbed and shot in the head on Sunday in front of her six-year-old son.
Her husband, Supt Babul Aktar, is investigating the banned Islamist Jamayetul Mujahideen Bangladesh group (JMB) and she has been a prominent campaigner against religious extremism.
Also on Sunday, a Christian grocer was hacked to death in the north-western village of Bonpara. So-called Islamic State (IS) said it was behind the murder of Sunil Gomes.
Police say more than 40 people have been killed since January last year in the wave of attacks on those seen by extremists as offensive to Islam.
The government insists that IS does not have a presence in Bangladesh and has tended to blame the opposition and local militant groups.
Men denne insisteringen sier noe om at myndighetene ikke ønsker å finne ut av eller vite hvem som står bak. Singapore arresterte i april åtte bangladeshere for å ha planlagt terror i hjemlandet.
En av dem innrømmet å ha stiftet IS i Bangladesh i mars.
The statement said the men belonged to an organization that one of them, identified as 31-year-old Rahman Mizanur, created in March called Islamic State in Bangladesh. They had intended to join Islamic State in Syria, but gave up after deciding it was too difficult to travel to the Middle East.
Nå ville de heller velte styret i hjemlandet. At myndighetene ignorer det som åpenbart er islamistisk-revolusjonær terror, lover ikke godt.
Det er ikke første gang Singapore arresterer terrormistenkte.
In January, Singapore deported 26 Bangladeshi men for allegedly supporting the ideology of terror groups such as Islamic State and al Qaeda.
Det Singapore vet, vet Bangladesh. Så hvorfor gjør de så lite og legger skylden på Israel? Det tyder på at islamistisk overtro sitter dypt og gjør myndighetene uskikket til å bekjempe terroren.
At den organiseres fra utlandet er interessant. Bangladesh eksporterer arbeidskraft.
Hvis radikaliseringen skjer i utlandet, kan Bangladeshs problemer fort eskalere.
Singapore hadde 1,39 millioner utenlandske arbeidere per desember.
Det er allerede drept 40 mennesker og variasjonen tilsier at de har mange på listen:
Secular bloggers, academics, gay rights activists, and members of religious minorities including Shia, Sufi and Ahmadi Muslims, Christians and Hindus have all been killed, many of them hacked to death.
Bare ett drap er havnet for domstolene.