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Old November 20, 2006, 07:50 AM
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Default Breaking News!!! Drive by bomb attack at south gate of Bangabhaban as Iajuddin was going out

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Dhaka, Nov 20 (bdnews24.com) – A motorcyclist exploded a powerful bomb at the south gate of the Bangabhaban Monday when President Iajuddin Ahmed was going out to talks with advisers.

The president used the north gate.

bdnews24.com Senior Correspondent Abu Sufian who was on duty there saw a small crater on the road. The attacker fled the scene, witnesses said.

RAB intelligence officials told bdnews24.com that the drive-by bomb attack came at 6:02pm when security personnel were busy clearing the road for the president to travel to the Chief Adviser's Office in Tajgaon.
Now, this is exceeding every limit of civility.

Shmeful and disgraceful. I am quite sure this attack is to create more anarchy and atrocity. Disgusting.
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Old November 20, 2006, 08:17 AM
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This is shocking beyond disbelief. How can people get so low?!
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Old November 20, 2006, 08:25 AM
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Probably we will never know who have done this. It might be an act of BAL or BNP activists who knows!!
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Old November 20, 2006, 08:29 AM
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Probably we will never know who have done this. It might be an act of BAL or BNP activists who knows!!
True.

According to the situation, BAL is the most possible contender for this disgusting act.
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Old November 20, 2006, 08:53 AM
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Pathetic...

If you want the president to resign then find other legal ways to get it done.
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Old November 20, 2006, 09:33 AM
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Dangg missed one
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Old November 20, 2006, 12:06 PM
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It's not only disgusting, it's shameful to such an extent that the people involved with this plan should get nobel prize in shamelessness.

Any news casualties?
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Old November 20, 2006, 02:05 PM
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While I do not support such acts of violence, we have to understand that BAL is only using it as a last resort. Such violence is being done only to protect democracy.

Also lets not forget that 99% of Bangladeshis support this attack on Iajuddin.
After all, how many people did you see protesting against this attack? This means the populace supports BAL in its acts of violence,


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Old November 20, 2006, 02:17 PM
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While I do not support such acts of violence, we have to understand that BAL is only using it as a last resort. Such violence is being done only to protect democracy.

Also lets not forget that 99% of Bangladeshis support this attack on Iajuddin.
After all, how many people did you see protesting against this attack? This means the populace supports BAL in its acts of violence,


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LMAO. Buddy, me thinks you live in your dream world where BAL is the one and only ruler and whatever they say is like the unwritten truth. Wake up and read the newspapers. NO SANE citizen can support the violence that has engulfed the nation at present. BAL had the opportunity to come to power this time because people were fed up with BNP's blatant corruption. HOwever their antics on the streeets would cost them that now. Thank god for that. This would open up for an interesting election where people( sane ones' who think for themselves) wont want to vote for either BAL or BNP and this would open the door for other parties. If we have a fair election it would be interesting to see who forms the government.
Important thing to note: none of these two parties could come to power if we had a third party. BNP came to power because of BAL's misrule and the same could have happen to BAL ( god forbid). I think BAL is the greater of the two evils and my hatred for them is evident from my posts I guess. This is not because I support some other party but based on what I have seen with my eyes during the BAL rule.
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Old November 20, 2006, 02:30 PM
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Hasina and BAL party leaders promissed bloodshed numerous times...
She will do anything to snatch power.
She promised that more people WILL die
No other party or politician had promised that.
BAL party keeps it's words, when it comes to violence and mayhem.
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Old November 20, 2006, 03:25 PM
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While I do not support such acts of violence, we have to understand that BAL is only using it as a last resort. Such violence is being done only to protect democracy.

Also lets not forget that 99% of Bangladeshis support this attack on Iajuddin.
After all, how many people did you see protesting against this attack? This means the populace supports BAL in its acts of violence,


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I ban you from being "The Awami League Supporters". Who said this is a form of violence? This is just a normal act of citizens showing freedom under the umbrella of democracy.

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my dad says this sometimes

hasina re hasina thor jalay bachina. thor baper kotha shunna desh dile bechae.

i dunno wat he exactly means by it but it sounds funny.


i request people not to take this seriously. it is just a joke.
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Old November 20, 2006, 03:32 PM
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LMAO. Buddy, me thinks you live in your dream world where BAL is the one and only ruler and whatever they say is like the unwritten truth. Wake up and read the newspapers.
read the last 2 letters of my post
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Old November 21, 2006, 02:32 AM
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read the last 2 letters of my post
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you being sarcastic dude?
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Old November 21, 2006, 02:59 AM
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well, it was not a bomb...just a simple potka...........nothing threatening........i asked my RAB friend he said i'ts too much fabricated story...
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Old November 21, 2006, 09:40 AM
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I wonder if we're becoming like the Afghans. When the US forces invaded Afghanistan a few year ago, I remember an American journalst interviewing locals. In the background there were bombs going off in regular interval yet the kids were more interested in the camera equipment of the journalist. They are so used to these explosion that they remained totally oblivious, the camera caused more curiosity than the bombs.
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Old November 21, 2006, 12:43 PM
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oops looks like some r using my quote to show the support for this kind of violence. for them I mean kill them ALL BAL, BNP, AL all of them r street dog fights like street dog to go to power and then do churi. No one party cares about people else we wouldn't have problem with electric city till now when bmw r roaming around the country...
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Old November 21, 2006, 01:05 PM
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my dad says this sometimes

hasina re hasina thor jalay bachina. thor baper kotha shunna desh dile bechae.

i dunno wat he exactly means by it but it sounds funny.
Your dad says this???? Tell him not to...shows his [edited] .

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username learn some decency then talk about other. from the post its obvious wat class your from. i should have mentioned that he was joking. but thats no f@#$%#@ reason to attack him personally.

i admitt i shouldnt hav posted this as ppl may take it the wrong way. i remind ppl not to take it seriously.
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username learn some decency then talk about other. from the post its obvious wat class your from. i should have mentioned that he was joking. but thats no f@#$%#@ reason to attack him personally.

i admitt i shouldnt hav posted this as ppl may take it the wrong way. i remind ppl not to take it seriously.
Bancan, no offence to you. I understand its a joke. however when you tell a joke you should expect to receive a joke as well. [edited]

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Old November 21, 2006, 11:01 PM
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you were joking. u got to be kidding me. u dont know any thing about my dad and wat class he is from. and ppl like you dont deserve to know wat i kinda a person my father is.
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well, im just happy that we can use the word BAL and not get warned by the mods.
Uh... ki shanti...
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Old November 22, 2006, 06:52 AM
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well, im just happy that we can use the word BAL and not get warned by the mods.
Uh... ki shanti...

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Old November 22, 2006, 10:02 AM
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well, im just happy that we can use the word BAL and not get warned by the mods.
Uh... ki shanti...
Sydney bhai...khati kotha koisen...I didn't mention it before coz then the mods would think of putting a stop to it!!!
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