Monthly Archive: April 2014

Apr 29

The story of murder of Shaheed Aminur Rahman, a shocking story of human rights violation in Bangladesh

It was on a hot summer afternoon in Satkhira, when residents at Kamalnagar in the town were busy in rest after taking their afternoon meals, taking respite from the unbearable heat that was beating down mercilessly at this particular time of the day when something terrible happened at the student hostel at Mukul Bari. At …

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Apr 22

Mishari Rashid Al Afasy – Muhammad – LYRICS

محمد ﷺ – مشاري راشد العفاسي إنهُ الخلُقُ العظيمُ المُجتبىوهْوَ مِشكاةُ الفضيلةِ والمَعينْلليتامى والنِّسا والضُعَفارِفقهُ بل للخلائقِ أجمعينْللطيورِ ووكرِها وصِغارِهاللحياةِ ومَن يُصَلِّ على الأمينْحُبّهُ لاينتهي فمحمّدٌقد تجلّى رحمةً للعالمينْمَن كمِثلِ محمدٍ يُختارُ فيكفّةِ التوحيدِ والحقِّ المُبينْ؟في تحيّاتِ الوجودِ مُحمدٌفي ابتهالاتِ المآذنِ والحنينْفي قلوبِ المسلمينَ وسعيهِمْأن تراهُ قلوبُ غيرِ المسلمينْليتنا كُنّا فِدا الدمعِ الذيساحَ مِن عينَي …

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Apr 22

Jamaat supported UP member extra-judicially killed by government forces in Jhenaidah

Four days after being abducted by men claiming to be members of Kothchandpur Detective Branch (DB) of Police, the dead bullet ridden body of a Jamaat-e-Islami supported Union Parishad member was discovered by police at Mamunshia village under Sadar upazila of Jhenaidah district on Monday morning. The deceased was identified as Hafez Abul Kalam, 40, …

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Apr 21

Overwhelming Injustice in the name of Delivering Justice: The Case of Allama Delwar Hossain Sayedee

The International War Crimes Tribunal in Bangladesh was set up to try those accused of crimes against humanity in the Liberation War of 1971. Till date, the accused facing trial has consisted of almost the entire dock of the central leadership of Jamaat-e-Islami Bangladesh, the largest Islam based party in the country and key ally …

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Apr 16

Biography of Maulana Nizami (Ameer, Bangladesh Jamaat-e-Islami)

Introduction:  Maulana Nizami is the Ameer (Chief) of Bangladesh Jamaat-e-Islami. He is the elected Parliament Member for two terms (1991-95 & 2001-2006). He is the former Agriculture Minister (2001-2003) and Industry Minister (2003-2006) of Bangladesh. He is also the permanent Member of the Muslim World League (Rabita) which is the Central Co-Ordination Committee among International …

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Apr 11

The story of Karima El Serfy, one among 22,000 illegal Egyptian detainees

‘Excuse me, can I just put my scarf on..?!’ ‘Someone give me something to cover myself with.. please’ These were the last words Karima El Serfy was heard saying before the line abruptly cut off as the military police savagely knocked down the front door of the apartment where she was staying by herself after the illegal detention …

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Apr 08

Lakho Konthe Exposed: Episode 5, Bangabandhu, Bangabandhu Everywhere

The Lakho Konthe program may be history for now, but it highlights something important. The issue at hand is the politics of reinforcement of a historical perspective. Solely trying to associate Sheikh Mujib with the occasion of March 26 1971, the Independence Day of Bangladesh (as in the case of the Lakho Konthe occasion), and …

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Apr 02

Lakho Konthe Exposed: Episode 4, A big heist by Asaduzzaman Noor

It has already been hinted that the Lakho Konthe Program, where more than 254,681 people gathered to sing the national anthem in chorus at the National Parade Square grounds in an attempt to create a Guinness world record was widely mismanaged at all ends. It is easily conceivable that such level of mismanagement and misappropriation is …

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Apr 02

Lakho Konthe Exposed: Episode 3, Harassment en masse

As discussed previously, the Lakho Konthe Program, where more than 254,681 people gathered to sing the national anthem in chorus at the National Parade Square grounds in an attempt to create a Guinness world record was widely mismanaged at all ends. A big consequence of this lack of order was seen in the fact that many …

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Apr 02

Lakho Konthe Exposed: Episode 2, Large scale mismanagement and misappropriation

The Lakho Konthe Program, where more than 254,681 people gathered to sing the national anthem in chorus at the National Parade Square grounds in an attempt to create a Guinness world record was widely mismanaged at all ends. Take for example the false claim that every participant was given a cap and a bag containing the …

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