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India’s War in Bangladesh PDF Print E-mail
Written by Dr. Firoz Mahboob Kamal   
Sunday, 17 March 2013 19:00

The War in New Phase

Enemy’s war never ends: only changes its strategies and frontiers. India’s war against the subcontinents’ Muslims did not end in 1947, 1965 or 1971. It still continues. And Bangladesh is the perpetual battleground. The Muslims of Bangladesh are given no time to relax. They can only survive such on-going onslaught if they can identify and defeat the enemy strategies, and purge their foot-soldiers out of the midst. A body cannot live a long life with killer bugs inside. And Bangladesh has enough of them. The political border between Bangladesh and India still exist -even after the break-up of Pakistan in 1971. But Bangladesh Awami League (BAL) and their ally have been very successful to remove the country’s cultural boundary –especially between the BAL followers and the Indians. And culture has a dominant and defining role on politics. Hence, the vision of BAL leaders is seldom different from that of a Bengali Hindu. Bangladesh’s international border has been made irrelevant to bring into prominence such mutual cultural and political bondage between these two sets people living in two sides of the border. Recent 3 days’ official visit of Mr. Pranab Mukharjee –the Indian President, to Dhaka amidst 3 days’ dawn to dusk wheel-jam strike was primarily arranged to demonstrate India’s commitment to such bondage. Mr. Mukharjee directly delivered the promise of India’s unrelenting support to the troubled Prime Minister Mrs. Hasina Wajed.

Last Updated on Sunday, 31 March 2013 22:07
Bangladesh: A New Battleground PDF Print E-mail
Written by Firoz Mahboob Kamal   
Sunday, 03 March 2013 03:06

The Judicial Murder

The ruling Bangladesh Awami Leage (BAL) made another record of shameful failure. On only one day of 28th February, its police forces have killed more than 60 civilians (source: Daily Amar Desh, Dhaka 1/3/13).  Four people killed on 01.03.2013; and 3 more killed on 02. 03.13. Most of the deaths took place in the rural districts. As soon as the death sentence against the country’s most famous Islamic preacher Moulana Delwar Hussain Sayeedi was announced, thousands of protestors poured into the streets. To disperse these unarmed protestors, the police opened fire arms indiscriminately. Unlike the previous mass up-rise, this time the movement is no more confined within the big cities’ urban populations, rather has quickly grabbed the whole country.


Last Updated on Tuesday, 05 March 2013 22:15
Bangladesh under Occupation of Brutal Tyrants PDF Print E-mail
Written by Firoz Mahboob Kamal   
Friday, 15 February 2013 23:11

Insurgency against judiciary

The government sponsored insurgency against judiciary has started in the heart of the capital Dhaka. Recently Bangladesh government’s International Crime Tribunal (ICT) has declared life-term imprisonment for one of the Jamaat –e-Islami’s (JI) central leader Mr. Abdul Qader Molla for alleged serial killings and rapes.  Mr. Molla flatly refused any such crime. He also claimed that he was in the rural district of Faridpur in 1971 - far away from the alleged crime spot at Mirpur in Dhaka. The defence team also put the argument that Mr. Abdul Qader joined Dhaka University in 1972 as a residential student and after graduation joined Bangladesh Rifle School as a teacher. Later on, joined a daily newspaper as journalist and become vice president of Dhaka Journalist Union for 2 years. How could it happen that no case was filed against him during the last 40 years’ long period?

Last Updated on Friday, 15 February 2013 23:35
ICT’s Verdict on Moulana Abul Kalam Azad: A Pack of Lies in Judicial Disguise PDF Print E-mail
Written by Dr. Firoz Mahboob Kamal   
Sunday, 03 February 2013 20:51

Party foot-soldiers as judges

The judgement given by the International Crime Tribunal (ICT) of Dhaka exposes the utter incompetence and biasness of the judges. At least the judges must possess some intellectual competence to distinguish discernible lie from the truth, -this is basic human skill that is indispensable of the judges. But the judgement pronounced by them did not reveal that.  Rather, like the thoughtless Awami League lie-monger, they too, ranted the same lie in their verdict against Moulana Abul Kalam Azad. The three judges proved to be no superior to ruling party’s foot-soldiers. By declaring his death sentence, they have only given a judicial covering of their party’s demand on the street.


Last Updated on Saturday, 31 August 2013 13:01
Face to Face with the Indian Muslims PDF Print E-mail
Written by Firoz Mahboob Kamal   
Sunday, 10 June 2012 11:27

The Disbelief

According to 2001 census, 15% of the Indians are Muslims. But most of the Indian Muslims do not believe this official figure. They think it skilfully manipulated to serve their political purpose. The Hindu ruling clique strongly feels that a higher figure will generate more sense of deprivation; and may cause more unrest among the Muslims. Currently, the Muslims don’t have even a 3 per cent stake in the government jobs -as revealed by the statistical data and the facts-finding minority commissions set up by the government. These commissions comprising some ex-judges are usually formed after a major anti-Muslim massacre, mostly to minimize the post-massacre anger.


Last Updated on Sunday, 10 June 2012 13:14
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