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Why Molla should not be executed ?


Written By: DavidBergman
12/12/2013 13:38
Human rights

Yes, I do not support the death penalty, but that is not why I am against the execution of Molla.  Yes, I think there are many legal inadequacies in the International Crimes (Tribunal) Act 1973, but that is also really not the reason? Yes, I am aware of the many controversies and scandals....    Full story...

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What HRW, Amnesty and ICJ say about Quader Molla death sentence


Written By: DavidBergman
24/09/2013 2:19 24/09/2013 2:12
BD War crime trial

Here are the views of two international human rights organizations, and one international jurist organization to the appellate division decision on Quader Mollah which sentenced him on 17 September 2013 to death (see here for details of offense and here for what might happen....    Full story...

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Government’s malicious intention exposed: State abducted Saydee Witness


Written By: Nazmul
15/05/2013 23:21 15/05/2013 22:41
BD War crime trial

Shukhoronjon Bali was a witness for the prosecution against Maulana Delwar Hossain Saydee in so called International Crime Tribunal(ICT), Bangladesh. Prosecution relied his 19(2) statement to implicate Mr. Sayedee with killing of his brother Bishabali. But Mr. Bali wanted to be a defence witness....    Full story...

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The war crime spectrum: A fortune of Jamat that must to happen today or tomorrow


Written By: Sham
14/03/2013 18:22
Bangladesh

It is undoubtedly true that Bangladesh Jamat-e-Islami is the strongest ant largest Islamic political movement in Bangladesh. It is the only movement in Bangladesh that is considered of being alike of Muslim Brotherhood in Arab world. In terms of other factors like financial and institutional....    Full story...

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A nation divided: A flawed tribunal opens old wounds and threatens Bangladesh’s future-The Economist


Written By: Nazmul
07/03/2013 22:10
Burning Issue

  Mar 9th 2013  | IT WAS supposed to help Bangladesh come to terms with the horrors that accompanied its birth as a nation in 1971. But the “International Crimes Tribunal” has provoked the worst political violence the country has endured in the....    Full story...

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