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    A war-crimes tribunal on Thursday handed down the death penalty to top Jamaat-e-Islami leader Delwar Hossain Sayedee for crimes against humanity committed during Bangladesh’s liberation war in 1971.

    The three-member tribunal said eight out of 20 charges against the 73-year-old nayeb-e-ameer (vice-president) had been proved beyond doubt. The accused received the death penalty in two cases. Sayedee’s counsels said they would appeal the verdict in the appellate division of the Supreme Court.

    The Jamaat has enforced a nationwide shutdown in protest. At least 21 persons were killed and nearly 200 injured as party cadre clashed with police in several areas.

    The verdict was received with celebrations by the thousands of youths demonstrating at Shahbagh “Projonmo Chottor” (Generation Circle) demanding the death penalty for war crimes accused.

    Thursday’s verdict concludes what is perhaps the most sensational war crimes case so far. The judges said the prosecution has successfully established Sayedee’s role as the leader of the local Razakar unit in Perozpur, where he was involved in many crimes against humanity as a supporter of the Pakistan Army. The charges against the former lawmaker included looting, killing, arson, rape and forcefully converting Hindus into Muslims during the Liberation War.

    Sayedee is the second to be convicted among the six top Jamaat leaders charged with crimes against humanity.

    The 18-month-long proceedings had to negotiate difficult hurdles, including the resignation of a presiding judge and rehearing of closing arguments. Thursday’s was the maiden verdict of the International Crimes Tribunal-1 and the third war crimes verdict to be delivered.

    ICT-2, the other court dealing with war crimes, had sentenced Jamaat assistant secretary-general Abdul Quader Mollah to life imprisonment on February 5. It had on January 21 had handed the death sentence to former Jamaat member Abul Kalam Azad, known as Bachchu Razakar, for genocide and murder.

    The Sheikh Hasina government established the first International Crimes Tribunal in March 2010. In Sayedee’s case, the prosecution proposed formal charges on July 11, 2011 alleging that he committed crimes as leader of a local Razakar unit, the vigilante militia created by the Pakistan Army. The tribunal took cognisance of the charges on July 14, 2011.
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    re: Bangladesh headed for civil war???

    23 Dead. Situation seems to be very bad and tensed.

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    Aray bhai kya 23 dead . It's more than that . Abba nay unki ek collegue ko phone kia , At satkhira zilla 11 ppl killed,in bogura 2 killed, At uttara of dhaka 5 ppl killed, in mirpur 1 meet deat due to bomb blast, in badda, sheorapara clashings going on. In total 60 ppl killed . This is update from Police. But media is censored. Infact in Rajsahi bomb blasting is going on.

    Bd on red alert . Govt declared red alert at 8'0 clock.
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    This is serious. next 24 hours are going to decide many thing about future of Bangladesh.

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    [MENTION=978]Ticker[/MENTION] [MENTION=882]ajtr[/MENTION] [MENTION=738]Skull and Bones[/MENTION] [MENTION=17]JonAsad[/MENTION] [MENTION=67]AgNoStIc MuSliM[/MENTION] [MENTION=9]Arian[/MENTION] [MENTION=2]Aryan_B[/MENTION] [MENTION=2051]DILPAK11[/MENTION] [MENTION=912]Jade[/MENTION] [MENTION=1800]Third eye[/MENTION] [MENTION=75]Express[/MENTION] [MENTION=1016]Faheem[/MENTION] [MENTION=345]Hope[/MENTION] [MENTION=39]sami[/MENTION] an all others........

    As per [MENTION=816]Naveed HRitom[/MENTION]............. Current situation in Bangladesh is like Civil War. All news are filtered.

    He said that more then 30 have died.

    Anyone can find out, what is the truth.
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    People in bangladesh are asking the criminals to be hanged for war crimes but people in west bengal are protesting against Sheikh hasina and calling this trial as her conspiracy to remove her rivals.

    Bangla ’71 trial protest storm hits city
    Cops Jittery As Minority Organizations March To Protest Dhaka Trial Of War Criminals
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    Kolkata: If morning shows the day, commuters were surely misled on Thursday. After a bandh day, they were relieved to see normal traffic movement on Thursday morning, but their exuberance turned into a nightmare soon after a rally organized by four minority organizations choked the heart of the city for more than three hours. Cars stood still on Acharya Jagadish Chandra Bose Road and key arterial roads for major part of the afternoon. The trade unions had eased Thursday’s bandh keeping in mind the International Mother Language Day, but the torture on commuters refused to die down.
    A strong crowd, owing allegiance to the All Bengal Minority Youth Federation, Sunnat- al- Jamat, Ulema Parishad and the Madrasa Students Union had assembled at Hazi Mohammad Mahasin Square in central Kolkata in the afternoon to protest against
    the trial of war criminals in Bangladesh. The protestors tagged the Seikh Hasina-led Awami League government’s trial of war criminals as a “farce”.
    To punish war criminals, who had allegedly killed and tortured the freedom fighters of Bangladesh during the country’s ‘Muktijudhha’ in 1971, the Hasina government had set up a special court and declared several prominent leaders of the country as war criminals. The agitating activists claimed that the Bangladesh government was trying to ban Jamat-e-Islami and its supporters.
    The situation could have gone out of control since the agitators had a plan to stage demonstration in front the Bangladesh Deputy High Commission office at Circus Avenue. However, apprehending an outbreak of violence, city police took prompt action and a huge force was deployed on AJC Bose Road to restrict the movement of the rally. More than 400 cops — including RAF and riot police — were deployed in a three-tier security ring.
    The entire operation was led by
    additional CP Soumen Mitra. He was assisted by two joint commissioners, two deputy commissioners, six assistant commissioners and eight inspectors.
    Since 12.30pm, police stopped vehicular movement on the Seladah-bound flank of AJC Bose Road and at 1.15pm, the Mullickbazar flank was also closed. The road remained closed till 3.45pm. During this time, vehicles were diverted through S N Banerjee Road and CIT road, thus slowing down vehicular movement in central and east Kolkata. Later in the day, police managed to convince the leaders of the rally and the crowd was dispersed from Hazi Mohammad Mahasin Square peacefully. A 10-member delegation team then visited the Bangladesh Deputy High Commission office and submitted a letter of protest.
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    I hope these are isolated incidents and pray for our bangladeshi brothers at this time

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    Some of the disturbing images...............







    Are these truth or............

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    These guys demanding death....

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    [MENTION=1577]contract killer[/MENTION] , bhai hamein ye sab police stataion se,maloom chala. The local leaders of BNP and league's political leader of our medical society , who are my fathers collegue, confirmed this news. Infact my mother & other also confirmed
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    Quote Originally Posted by Naveed HRitom View Post
    [MENTION=1577]contract killer[/MENTION] , bhai hamein ye sab police stataion se,maloom chala. The local leaders of BNP and league's political leader of our medical society , who are my fathers collegue, confirmed this news. Infact my mother & other also confirmed
    Stay at home Naveed. Don't get excited and jump on street.

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    Quote Originally Posted by contract killer View Post
    Some of the disturbing images...............







    Are these truth or............
    yes , it is true. is main koi sak nhi hay. aesa hi hua.
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    Quote Originally Posted by contract killer View Post
    Stay at home Naveed. Don't get excited and jump on street.
    Thanks for ur concern, ha main ghar mein he hoon. Infact we all are.kyon ki situation itna kharab hay,ke kbhi bhi kuch bhi hona namumkin nhi.
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    Sheikh Hasina's government from day one, has take a path of confrontation and of opening wounds rather than healing them. This shows in her confrontational and unfeasible foreign policy approach towards Pakistan as well as in how her government has chosen to go after political opponents, not just for 'corruption' etc., but by reopening old wounds and classifying them as 'war criminals responsible for atrocities in 1971'.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AgNoStIc MuSliM View Post
    Sheikh Hasina's government from day one, has take a path of confrontation and of opening wounds rather than healing them. This shows in her confrontational and unfeasible foreign policy approach towards Pakistan as well as in how her government has chosen to go after political opponents, not just for 'corruption' etc., but by reopening old wounds and classifying them as 'war criminals responsible for atrocities in 1971'.
    It seems she wants to eliminate or nullify all her opponents before next election.

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    Bangladesh split as violence escalates over war crimes protests

    Najmul Hossain had never been to a protest before. But for the past fortnight, the 45-year-old Bangladeshi banker has regularly made the short journey to Shahbag Square, a broad, tree-lined thoroughfare in the heart of Dhaka, the capital, to call for the hangings of Islamist politicians accused of war crimes during the country's 1971 war of independence.

    On Saturday, Hossain took his six-year-old son with him to the protest, holding a banner with the message, "Razakars [Islamist collaborators] must be hanged". The child carried a toy gun. "My uncle was killed in 1971 by the Pakistan army," Hossain said. "I cannot forgive those who killed and stood with the killers."

    On the other side of town, Shamsuz Zaman, a 58-year-old timber trader, is equally fired up but for different reasons when discussing Shahbag. "War crimes are just an excuse," he said. "Bangladesh has so many problems. The people who are leading these mobs are atheists who insult Islam, God and the prophet." The gulf between those who think the Shahbag protests – the largest in two decades, that some are calling the Bangladesh spring – is a movement for righting a historical wrong and those who consider it to be a veiled, government-sponsored attempt to curb the influence of Islam has never been wider.

    At least five people have been killed since Friday in countrywide violence, including two opposition activists who were shot dead by police on Saturday morning, local police officials confirmed. The violence began when conservative Islamists clashed with police after Friday prayers, protesting against what they said were blasphemous online posts by bloggers at the forefront of the Shahbag protests.

    An alliance of Islamist parties called for a general strike on Sunday to protest at what they see as the use of excessive force against opposition activists. The police said they were trying to maintain law and order.

    Much of the mistrust is rooted in Bangladesh's tumultuous past. Bangladesh declared independence from Pakistan in 1971. The Pakistani army fought and lost a brutal nine-month war with Bengali fighters and Indian forces that had intervened. Hundreds of thousands of civilians died, many of them at the hands of Islamist militia groups who wanted the country to remain part of Pakistan.

    In 2010, Sheikh Hasina, the prime minister, and daughter of wartime political leader Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, set up a war crimes tribunal to investigate atrocities committed during the 1971 conflict – a move she said would bring closure for victims and families and heal the rifts of war.

    The leader of the opposition Bangladesh Nationalist Party (BNP), Khaleda Zia, the widow of the independence war's best-known military commander, has accused Hasina of politicising the tribunal and conveniently using it to hound her political enemies. All of the 10 people indicted for war crimes by the tribunal are opposition politicians, eight of them from the Jamaat-e-Islami, the country's largest Islamist party and an ally of Zia's BNP.

    Despite criticism from human rights groups about politicisation and procedural flaws, the war crimes tribunal has remained broadly popular. Last month the tribunal sentenced a former member of the Jamaat-e-Islami to death for his role in the 1971 war. On 5 February, a verdict of life imprisonment was delivered against Abdul Quader Molla, a senior leader of the Jamaat-e-Islami, sparking the Shahbag protests. Since then, hundreds of thousands of people have converged on Shahbag, the hub of protests, adamant that all of the men on trial for war crimes must receive the death penalty.

    This week President Zillur Rahman signed into law an amendment to the statute that governs two functioning war crimes tribunals, giving prosecutors the power to seek stiffer sentences on appeal, a key demand of the protesters. The new law also gives the government the power to charge entire organisations with war crimes, another Shahbag demand.

    The protesters, however, have ratcheted up the pressure, saying they will remain camped out in Shahbag until all of the accused currently before the war crimes tribunal are given the death sentence. They have pushed a broader set of demands, including banning the Jamaat-e-Islami and confiscating businesses linked to Islamist groups.

    "We are protesting 40 years of injustice," said Lucky Akter, 23, a student and member of a leftwing political party who has become one of the faces of the protest with her fiery slogans. "We want those who collaborated with the Pakistan army hanged and their finances cut off."

    Analysts say the broader demands from the Shahbag gathering show how the rifts of the past continue to play a major role in Bangladesh's present. "There is an ideological basis to protests," said Muhammad Musa, a political commentator and former newspaper editor. "There is the widespread perception that the Jamaat-e-Islami supported Pakistan during the war and should answer for this."

    On Saturday a crowd in the thousands gathered in Shahbag, joining a hardcore group of activists, waving flags and chanting slogans such as, "Hang, hang, hang them all!" and, "The weapons of '71 must fire again!"

    The Jamaat-e-Islami, whose activists have waged violent street agitations against the tribunal, says it is being scapegoated. Shafiqul Islam Masud, a party leader, said many people were blurring the difference between a political position and war crimes. "There are only about 50 people active in the party now who took any kind of a political position 42 years ago," he said. "It's possible some of them did not want to secede from Pakistan, but that's a far cry from war crimes. The party accepted the sovereignty of Bangladesh and is a registered political party, represented in parliament."

    Sam Zarifi, the Asia director for the International Commission of Jurists (ICJ), a Geneva-based legal advocacy, said a fair trial process was necessary to heal the wounds of the war. "It is very important that victims of 1971 get justice," he said. "But justice must be ensured through a fair and transparent trial process. Unfortunately, if judges are intimidated by mass protests into handing out death sentences, that's not justice and may unleash yet another cycle of violence."

    Such words of caution are dismissed by Shahbag protesters as intellectual posturing. The crimes of 1971, which have been thrust into the spotlight by the tribunals, have dominated Bangladeshi newspapers, airwaves and websites, uniting the youth of Dhaka in an unprecedented manner.

    "The people have spoken," said Akter. "Now it is up to the courts and the politicians to implement."

    Analysts say the protests have worked to the government's advantage and distracted attention from economic and governance issues the opposition had been agitating about. Last year, Hasina scrapped a constitutional provision under which a non-partisan caretaker government oversees elections, leading to the opposition threatening a boycott of parliamentary elections due in early 2014.

    "Had it not been for the protests, now we would all be focusing on next year's elections and looking at the government's record in office and the opposition's pledges," said Zafar Sobhan, editor of the Dhaka Tribune, an English daily. "Now, all bets are off and elections seem a distant concern. It is hard to see how things will revert to politics as usual after this."

    Asif Mohiuddin, a co-ordinator of the bloggers' network that called for the Shahbag protests, is keen to point out the group's struggle did not start with Shahbag. "We have been waging war on religious fundamentalists on the blogs for years," he said. "Shahbag has been successful because people are so outraged by the war crimes."

    Yet some analysts say the narrative of a secular revolution leading the country towards a democratic future may be simplistic. The protests have polarised the country and led to tensions between those who identify themselves as progressive.

    "Many are worried about the Shahbag protest's aggressive tone and narrow focus on the death penalty," said one of the editors of alalodulal.org, an English language blog. "I wish the unique energy of Shahbag could be channelled into the energy and desire to do thorough research, digging out solid evidence that can result in fair trials that do not require government contortions."

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    Jamaat men torch Hindu temple, houses in Noakhali; 2 killed

    Hours after Jamaat top leader Delawar Hossain Sayedee was sentenced to death, Jamaat and Shibir activists set fire to a temple and houses of Hindu community at different parts of Noakhali on Thursday.

    Two people were killed as the activists clashed with law enforcers at different points of the district town, reports our Noakhali correspondent.

    Md Khokon, 17, a tempo helper, received a bullet wound in the clash around 3:45pm, locals said.

    Doctors pronounced Khokon dead after he was rushed to Noakhali Medical College Hospital at 4:00pm, said medical sources.





    Pakistan strongly condemn this coward behaviors, if you seek assistance we would send authorities to control these situations on both protesters and Hasina government.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ajtr View Post
    People in bangladesh are asking the criminals to be hanged for war crimes but people in west bengal are protesting against Sheikh hasina and calling this trial as her conspiracy to remove her rivals.
    No,two reason is different . About 71 war crime neither kolkata nor Bd ppl said anything. But these activists,bloggers Insult not just islam but other religions. Allah,rasool pbuh ,sahaba e keraam or baki mazhab ki tauheen ye logony kia.

    I'm giving u some examples :

    "Jo Iswar Khud ek nastik hai, uski har ek followers ( Muslim,hindu.....everyone who belives in god ) nastik hay."

    " Main Iswar nam ki kisika najayej awlad nhi,mai to mere ma-bap ki........se paida "

    "Hum log to aksar Allah, Islam ko lekar mazak karte hai " .

    Than at Friday, from more than 4 lakhs of mosques a lot of muslim devotee, Imam,Masayekh,Muajjin & normal ppl of all class bring a procession and demand to govt this, " Hum Allah,Islam,rasool pbuh ke khilaf bat krne walon ki fanshi chahte hai " .

    And than police begins firing of bullets . Infront of national mosque baitul muqarram police fired more than 1000 rouns of bullet plus tear shel,rubber bullet and also they charged military hand granade which is used during War.

    As a result alots of ppl died there.

    Not just in Dhaka, around the nation muslims were killed, genocide took place every where.

    So, Kolkata & Muslims Of Bd are protesting together against Sheikh hasina and calling this trial as her conspiracy to remove her rivals.


    There is two types of protest going on.

    1 ) By Jamaat e Islam

    2) protest by all the ppl of all class against seikh hasina as her league men,communist insult islam,prophet pbuh and hasina did not take steps. Even " Bd awami Ulema League - which is the league's " Islamic Scholler's unit " also rebelled against hasina. In some area , many branch of awami league also said against govt and said, " We'll ofcourse not digest insult on Islam & Prophet.govt must take steps " .

    And this entire thing of shahbagh is purely and completely awami baked up. my maternal uncle workd at BSMMU at shahbag. He said. It's fill up by only league and communist not general ppl. My maternal uncle means my mamu is league supporter , even he's a personal doctor of Bd's Home minister Mr. Mohiuddin Khan Alamgir . So , there is no mater of doubt that , the ppl of Bd is fighting for their religion and Prophet's honor.

    Dont mix em up together with Jamaat .

    About Delwar H.Saidee . He was never a Collaborator, but he's an Islamic schooler. the Original " Delu / Delwar " was killed by mukti fauj after 71 . these guys mix him with Allama Saide. Today except few none is happy, even ppl get sick. A college/school teacher died on heart attack.

    Ppl of all class on the road.

    It's completely Hasina's fault . They've failed to identify truth and punished an innocent.
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    Bangladesh at the brink of War....

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    All The Vehicles From North Bengal To Dhaka Is Closed . Just A few moment ago, A bus/ truck has been torched, entire Bora is silent . Just police van , and clashing.......
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