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Old December 17, 2007, 04:07 AM
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New movement with a better case perhaps, wish to see those criminals receive their due and disappear from politics.

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Nizami, Mujahid, 11 others sued for killing two freedom fighters
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Thirteen Jamaat-e-Islami top leaders and activists including its Ameer Motiur Rahman Nizami and Secretary General Ali Ahsan Mohammed Mujahid were sued today for killing two freedom fighters in 1971.


Of the accused, nine are alive and four are dead.

The alive accused are Nizami, Mujahid, two Assistant Secretary Generals of the party Abdul Quader Mollah and Kamruzzaman, party Keraniganj unit ameer Hazi Najimuddin, party Keraniganj district ameer Abul Hashem, Foyzur Rahman Foyez, KG Karim Babla and Yasin while the dead are doctor Joynal, Abdul Khaleq, Abdul Mannan Siddiqui and Punnya Al-Bader.

Mozaffar Ahmed Khan, commander of Dhaka district freedom fighters' unit and maternal uncle of one of the murdered freedom fighters, filed the murder case with the Chief Judicial Magistrate Court, in the capital at about 10:30am. The court accepted the case and hearing of the case was being held till filing the report at about 12:55pm

The case in brief is that the accused nine leaders and activists of the party following the order of the four top brasses of the party-- Nizami, Mujahid, Quader Mollah and Kamruzzaman--killed the two freedom fighters during the Liberation War on November 25 in 1971, calling them from their residences.
The freedom fighters are Golam Mostafa also known as Tukub Ali and Osman Goni. The plaintiff is the uncle of Osman Goni.
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Old December 17, 2007, 09:52 AM
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i myself dont want a secular government, i support the idea of
Bangladesh being an Islamic Republic, but I do not approve the
Jamaat-e-Islam party, they dont even recognise Bangladesh now and
I dont know why they are still running as a party. (If anyone doesnt
approve with my idea please say, I am happy to change my opinions)
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Old December 17, 2007, 03:24 PM
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is communism ever possible in Bangladesh?
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Old December 17, 2007, 03:30 PM
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no way, communism will never come to bangladesh,
if a leader goes there, he will not be alive tomorrow (high possibilty)
plus, the country will be so out of control much worser than we
have witnessed last year or so, it was a disaster, imagine living
in a communist Bangladesh, boy will people be mad as ever!
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Old December 17, 2007, 06:08 PM
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is communism ever possible in Bangladesh?

have u not seen what a mess West Bengal is??? and im being serious... the 70s and 80s were a low for Kolkata and WB, Communism has ruined it, and now people are trying to find a way out.... Bengalis and Communism is a love that will just never work...
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Old December 18, 2007, 04:17 AM
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have u not seen what a mess West Bengal is??? and im being serious... the 70s and 80s were a lov for Kolkata and WB, Communism has ruined it, and now people are trying to find a way out.... Bengalis and Communism is a love that will just never work...
Is it? AFAIK still communist are ruling WB. so many times we have heard they would be dethroned. But it never happened.
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Old December 18, 2007, 05:21 AM
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Is it? AFAIK still communist are ruling WB. so many times we have heard they would be dethroned. But it never happened.
Yeah, thats why Bengaliprince said ... "and now people are trying to find a way out.... "
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Old December 18, 2007, 01:09 PM
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i dont know how they get the votes...perhaps coz my family in Kolkata are more educated that they never vote communism i still believe that they will fail, i cant speak for the majority (that is not to say that uneducated people vote communists) but in fairness communists have some good points, its just impossible to make it work IMO. also the CHief Minister, Buddhadeb Bhattarcharya, my grandma says is a good man, which may be another reason....
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Old December 18, 2007, 01:36 PM
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This is a historic opportunity to punish these thugs for their genocidal role. But, I have a feeling, nothing will happen.
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Old December 18, 2007, 09:47 PM
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This is a historic opportunity to punish these thugs for their genocidal role. But, I have a feeling, nothing will happen.
I understand your fears bro, but provided the momentum and the increasing national unity with regards to the matter, the CTG will HAVE to start the process. In fact, some of the groundwork started a while ago after 1/11. Both Dr. and General Ahmed have been publicly and strongly in favor of the process. It is just a matter of time now ...
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Old December 18, 2007, 10:04 PM
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I hope you are right bro. As much I hate their right to do politics in Bangladesh, I am afraid, I am also in the camp that reluctantly agrees that they should be allowed to do politics for the sake of democracy. But, they must pay the penalty for their role during our independence with existing law of the nation. If needed, a special tribunal may be set up. After punishment is dealt, they can go on with newer leadership, and after publicly apologizing to the nation. I believe our people will be the judge afterwards with their vote.
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Old December 18, 2007, 10:22 PM
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I hope you are right bro. As much I hate their right to do politics in Bangladesh, I am afraid, I am also in the camp that reluctantly agrees that they should be allowed to do politics for the sake of democracy. But, they must pay the penalty for their role during our independence with existing law of the nation. If needed, a special tribunal may be set up. After punishment is dealt, they can go on with newer leadership, and after publicly apologizing to the nation. I believe our people will be the judge afterwards with their vote.
Spot on.
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Old December 19, 2007, 04:47 PM
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Some people have not understood what secular really means,
if you want to know what it really means, listen to Allama Sayeedi
LINK>: http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=1tweLP7N9GE
I can tell you Bangladesh is not ONE. (I think)
He says secularism is created by Satan, its the truth.
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Old December 19, 2007, 05:38 PM
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Some people have not understood what secular really means,
if you want to know what it really means, listen to Allama Sayeedi
LINK>: http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=1tweLP7N9GE
I can tell you Bangladesh is not ONE. (I think)
He says secularism is created by Satan, its the truth.
U don even feel slightly ashamed to take the side of a Razakar....
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Old December 19, 2007, 05:59 PM
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U don even feel slightly ashamed to take the side of a Razakar....
I didnt say I was takin hiz side, he was just meantioning the
meaning of secularism that he read out to in parliament (in bengali), some people
had thought Bangladesh was secular, but they are not and I have shown people
his meaning of what secular really means.
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Old February 22, 2008, 05:26 PM
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My solutions for extremists are extreme
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Old February 22, 2008, 08:33 PM
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Baker bhai er natoke ekta tota paki chilo na? Khali "tui rajakar tui rajakar" bolto? Amader oi tota pakhir dorkar.
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Old February 27, 2008, 01:55 PM
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In the Jamaat website, there is a picture which shows Mojahid giving aid to a Hindu woman..guess he's trying to make ammends for ordering the killing and rapes of thousands of hindus during the war
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Old February 28, 2008, 01:38 AM
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Why the amir of Jamate Islami always wears a Jinnah tupi ? Jinnah tupi was invented by Pakistan's Mohammad Ali Jinnah. This is not the sunnah of our Prophet Muhammad (PBUH).
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Why the amir of Jamate Islami always wears a Jinnah tupi ? Jinnah tupi was invented by Pakistan's Mohammad Ali Jinnah. This is not the sunnah of our Prophet Muhammad (PBUH).
Really?
I didn’t know Jinnah was a fashion designer.
Too bad… he was born in the wrong continent… he should have been in Europe.
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Really?
I didn’t know Jinnah was a fashion designer.
Too bad… he was born in the wrong continent… he should have been in Europe.
It is true that Jinnah came up with the two nation theory, the basis of which was religion. However, in real life, Jinnah was not a religious man at all. So, when he became the leader of Muslim league, party officials want him to wear islamic dress. But Jinnah refused. Even he didn't wear the tupi. To show people, he then resort to a middle ground of Islamic and western dress. And Jinnah tupi was the outcome of that. Infact if you look at the Jinnah pictures, you will find that most of the time he wore suit, tie with that famous jinnah tupi.
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Old February 28, 2008, 03:38 PM
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Just read a brilliant analysis of Motiur Rahman's life(notice how I didnt write Nizami after his name), in the analysis it says Nizami means an architect/genius, and it is given to respected people Motiur Rahman is a self-proclaimed Nizami and us calling him Nizami is showing respect to him so the writer urges everyone to stop calling him Nizami because he hasnt done anything to deserve respect..in the Jamaat website it says how Motiur and his family are honoured in their village but infact they are known as Moitya Dalals in their own village in Pabna from where he was kicked out and he took revenge on them after BNP-Jamaat won the elections, his armed henchmen went there and beat up the residents and forced Hindu families in that area to eat beef.
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