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Bangladesh's controversial tribunal upholds Mir Quasem Ali's death sentence


Written By: Nazmul
08/03/2016 18:55
Jamaat Islami

Image: Mir Quasem Ali Bangladesh's Supreme Court on Tuesday upheld the death sentence of Jamaat-e-Islami's chief financier, imposed for war crimes, in a major blow to the country's biggest Islamist party.   Mir Quasem Ali, a shipping and real estate tycoon, was....    Full story...

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Question at the day’s end- “Is police department in Bangladesh a substitute for the court of law?”


Written By: VorerPakhi
22/01/2015 14:34 22/01/2015 6:39
Bangladesh

Since last week, at least 3 people, 2 belonging to BNP and 1 to Jamaat-e-Islami, with names Motiur Rahman, Nurujjaman Jony and Imrul Kayes, have been shot dead in so-called police-y gunfights. It is ‘so-called’ because only one party, the cops, were armed....    Full story...

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Opposition under lock and key: Awami Version of ‘Democracy’!!!


Written By: VorerPakhi
05/01/2015 18:44 05/01/2015 18:36
Bangladesh

Bangladesh is probably the biggest wonder of the world! Do you know why? It’s because of her bizarre system of ‘Democracy’!! Does it sound weird? Ok dudes, just let me explain.   Awami League, as a party and as a part of the government, claims itself to be an advocate....    Full story...

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How many people really support War Crime trial in Bangladesh?


Written By: DavidBergman
02/11/2014 22:35 02/11/2014 22:29
BD War crime trial

The Daily Star editor Mahfuz Anam's recent article on the International Crimes Tribunal's recent judgment on Nizami, which is in strong support of the process, has criticised the idea that the  'country is divided' about the tribunals, arguing in fact they have....    Full story...

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An analytic Overview of Mir Quasem Ali's Controversial Case


Written By: MoududMolla
02/11/2014 16:39
BD War crime trial

Mir Quasem Ali (‘MIR QUASEM ALI’) is the Chief Executive of the Diganta Media Corporation Limited, the company which owns the Daily Naya Diganta newspaper and thee TV station Diganta TV (‘DTV’). The International Crimes Tribunal No.1, Dhaka on 17th June 2012 ordered....    Full story...

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How biased and politicized is the court of Bangladesh?


Written By: MoududMolla
02/11/2014 16:25
BD War crime trial

The sole purpose of the special tribunal, supposedly set up to deal with “Crimes against Humanity” during 1971 war, is to persecute the top Jamaat-e-Islami leadership. That is why the Awami League government was not particularly interested in maintaining any standards in setting....    Full story...

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WAS GULAM AZAM A WAR CRIMINAL?


Written By: Ahmedullah
01/11/2014 23:32
BD War crime trial

We have a peculiar situation in Bangladesh and among the Bangladeshi Diaspora around the world where one group constantly call Gulam Azam the top Hitler like war criminal, and make links with and undertake comparisons with the horrors of the Second World War. They believe that by keep on....    Full story...

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GULAM AZAM, HITLER, FUNERAL AND POWER OF THE CROWD


Written By: Ahmedullah
01/11/2014 0:46 01/11/2014 0:44
Politics

Image: Golam Azam I have seen Gulam Azam and Jamaat e Islam in Bangladesh often described as Hitler and Nazi Party, who helped to unleash a German style and scale genocide in Bangladesh during the 1971 Liberation War. I would like people to reflect on this and ask critical and....    Full story...

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A challenge to Bangladeshi government and its supporters!


Written By: Ajmal-Masroor
30/10/2014 23:15
Bangladesh

Jamate Islami (JI) was founded by Abul A’laa Maududi originally in India in 1941, it then moved to West Pakistan in 1947 and in 1971 opened its independent organization in Bangladesh. The basic philosophy of the organization has been to bring about socio-political change in society and....    Full story...

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Initial thoughts on Nizami conviction


Written By: DavidBergman
29/10/2014 19:52 29/10/2014 19:45
BD War crime trial

Motiur Rahman Nizami was today sentenced to death for crimes he was alleged to have committed during the country's 1971 War of Independence. He was charged with 16 offences, convicted of eight, and sentenced to death in relation to four. Putting the issue of the death penalty aside for....    Full story...

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GULAM AZAM, 1971 LIBERATION WAR, BANGLADESH WAR CRIMES TRIAL AND HIS DEATH


Written By: Ahmedullah
26/10/2014 11:43
Politics

I take photographs and I know a little bit about how to take snaps that give the impression that there were more people than actually present. Sometimes people seeing several thousand people packed in a small area think that hundreds of thousands of people are present, especially in....    Full story...

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Jamaat-e-Islami’s outstanding result in Bangladesh local election; stern reply against government’s propaganda


Written By: SayforTruth
04/03/2014 10:36
Bangladesh

http://ireport.cnn.com/docs/DOC-1099819      Full story...

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Jan-5 ‘Sham Election’ in Bangladesh: The day the ‘Democracy’ died


Written By: VorerPakhi
05/01/2014 17:56
Bangladesh

http://ireport.cnn.com/docs/DOC-1072670    Full story...

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Bangladesh on the edge: Barring the “march” or burying “democracy”?(!)


Written By: VorerPakhi
29/12/2013 17:01
Bangladesh

http://ireport.cnn.com/docs/DOC-1071167    Full story...

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Bangladeshi government poses visible obstruction to foil opposition’s March for Democracy


Written By: SayforTruth
28/12/2013 10:38
Bangladesh

The beauty of democracy is the existence and prevailing of the dissidents. When a regime becomes more aggressive and violent to subdue the opponents, the democratic state starts to act then as an autocratic rule. Bangladesh is a democratic country which is renowned worldwide for its democratic....    Full story...

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