Tag Archive: Mir Ahmad Bin Quasem

Aug 13

Lamentations of a mother – 1 year of Mir Ahmad Bin Quasem’s abduction in Bangladesh

  From the Facebook post of Ayesha Khandkar, mother of Mir Ahmad Bin Quasem (Arman), who was abducted on 9th August, 2016 by state forces in Bangladesh, Many days, nights and months have gone by, and a year has passed. Arman has not not come. He has not returned. Everybody had asked me to keep …

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Aug 17

BHRC and Bar Council raise concerns over abduction of Bangladeshi lawyer Mir Ahmad Bin Quasem (English and Bangla)

The Bar Council and Bar Human Rights Committee of England and Wales have issued a joint statement today, voicing concern over the abduction of Mir Ahmed Bin Quasem, a lawyer in Bangladesh. Reports indicate that Mr. Quasem was taken from his home on 9th August by Bangladeshi security forces. No information has been given on where …

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Aug 14

Bangladesh Supreme Court Lawyers Association calls for Barrister Mir Ahmad Bin Quasem’s release

The following letter was published on 11th August, 2016, by Bangladesh Supreme Court Lawyers Association concerning the demand to release lawyer Mir Ahmad Bin Quasem. It has been translated into English below. It has come to our knowledge, through various newspapers and the testimony by the victim’s family, that Barrister Mir Ahmad Bin Quasem (Arman), …

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Aug 10

Bangladesh Government forces abduct lawyer Mir Ahmad Bin Quasem; share this and raise your voice now

Repression is the daily life norm in Bangladesh. Words sometimes fail to depict the gravity of what is happening in the country at present, as a widely discredited government continues to brutally root out its opponents amidst shameful silence by the international community. Terrorism is the new big boogeyman, and the government in its evil …

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