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Shuddhi Ovijan Inside Bangladesh Army PDF Print E-mail
Written by Junaid Madani   
Wednesday, 28 March 2012 19:05

About a century ago, Kobi Nazrul composed a song, after the Turkish victory in Gallipoli, ’Kamal tuney kamal kia bhai’. Little did Nazrul know that Kamal was a crypto-Jew from Salonika? Most Indian Muslims including Nazrul were also not aware that Kamal was the man who largely succeeded in wiping out Islam from Turkey under the guise of modernisation. Now, Islam is on a rendezvous course with Lt. General Moinul Islam (LGMI), the number two in BD Army, touted to become number one soon. Someday a Bangladeshi poet may write,’Moinu tuney Moinu kia bhai’.  But, we cannot wait for the poet and so we need to look at Moinul Islam more closely, now.

Madness is not the reason for this massacre PDF Print E-mail
Written by Robert Fisk   
Saturday, 17 March 2012 18:49

Saturday, 17 March 2012

I'm getting a bit tired of the "deranged" soldier story. It was predictable, of course. The 38-year-old staff sergeant who massacred 16 Afghan civilians, including nine children, near Kandahar this week had no sooner returned to base than the defence experts and the think-tank boys and girls announced that he was "deranged". Not an evil, wicked, mindless terrorist – which he would be, of course, if he had been an Afghan, especially a Taliban – but merely a guy who went crazy.

Last Updated on Saturday, 17 March 2012 18:58
Can Muslims Participate in Olympic Games? PDF Print E-mail
Written by Fazlul M Aziz   
Sunday, 11 March 2012 18:55

The New York Times reported on 15 February 2012  that the New York based Human Rights Watch (HRW) organisation is calling on the International Olympic Committee (IOC) to ban Saudi Arabia from the Olympic Games for not sending women athletes to the Olympic Games.We first have to understand the nature, purpose and ideology of Human Rights Watch (HRW) organisation. Like most of these so-called human rights campaign organisations the HRW is an organisation with links to Zionists and Secular Jews whose views are not approved by orthodox and believing Jews.

A Tale of Two Ambassadors in Bangladesh PDF Print E-mail
Written by Fazlul M Aziz   
Thursday, 23 February 2012 20:00

You may have a hard time believing that the next couple of sentences you are about to read are the opening sentences of a book written by a very senior British diplomat Christopher Meyer, who was the British ambassador to the US at the time of 9/11 and the Iraq War of 2003. ‘We want you to get up the arse of the White House and stay there.’ So spoke the Prime Minister’s chief of staff Jonathan Powell, in the splendour of one of Downing Street’s reception rooms.”(DC Confidential by Christopher Meyer, 2005). Ambassador Meyer went on and added, “It was all quite hard to believe. As I sat opposite this young tousle-headed chief of staff, who had once been my subordinate, I had one of those can-it-really-be-me? moments.”

Last Updated on Thursday, 23 February 2012 20:19
Iraqis condemn U.S. Haditha massacre sentence as insult PDF Print E-mail
Written by Press Report   
Wednesday, 01 February 2012 19:29

A three-month jail sentence for a U.S. Marine sergeant accused of leading a massacre of 24 civilians in Haditha is "an insult to all Iraqis", a relative of one of the victims said on Tuesday. Staff Sergeant Frank Wuterich, 31, pleaded guilty on Monday at a military base in California to dereliction of duty and faces a maximum sentence of three months' confinement,
forfeiture of two-thirds of his pay for three months and a reduction in rank. "This sentence gives us the proof, the solid proof that the Americans don't respect human rights," Ali Badr, a Haditha
resident and relative of one of those killed, said. "This is an insult to the victims and an insult to all Iraqis.

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