Hefajat "Long March" in Dhaka: A single event that changed Awami Government's Calculations

Apr 6, 2013 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: CNN

Since last night till this evening, Bangladesh underwent a new history of people's upsurge centering round the heart of Dhaka City and also disseminating to some other remoter cities outside her capital; an upsurge, reportedly a biggest one, ever seen in the history of her independent entity.

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any government in bangladesh must keep in mind it is a muslim dominated country so it is common no body cant give any comment against islam and our prophet .
i myself also demand for thouse blogures made idiot comments must bring them trial and immediate punished them by the court of justice.
also govt must think about hefazet e islam demand immediately .
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the government made a big mistake by obstructing the flow of people into the city of Dhaka by shutting down all means of transport to Dhaka where as the government allowed the Hefazat to arrange the Long March. however the March went almost peacefully and it would have been more peaceful if the opponents we're not trying to also stop them. fortunately these people are the common people who believes that Islam has been attacked by the bloggers and they just demand their punishments. it was good that they were not politically aligned but during the peaceful Long March the government's mischievous treatment actually turned them against the government and be aligned with the opposition party. A big lesson to learn.

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also the government met their demands they arrested 3 blogger which the Hifazat calls Atheists last few days, the government got alot of grief from the Shahabagh protestors in the last few days because of this.

http://bdnews24.com/bangladesh/2013/04/04/ale...
A delegation of Alems (Islamic scholars) has met Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina and placed a seven-point charter of demands before her.

The made the demand a day before Hifazat-e Islam begins a long march towards Dhaka from Chittagong demanding punishment for ‘atheists’ bloggers.
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solaiman wrote:
any government in bangladesh must keep in mind it is a muslim dominated country so it is common no body cant give any comment against islam and our prophet .
i myself also demand for thouse blogures made idiot comments must bring them trial and immediate punished them by the court of justice.
also govt must think about hefazet e islam demand immediately .
Well said.

1. The Awami League regime has gone too far with patronizing anti-Islamic elements.

2. The Islamic community in Bangladesh are the most powerful institution even more than the military.

The Awami League regime played a two-faced game against this peaceful march. On the one hand they smiled at the organizers, and then they hired thugs to attack people going there.

There is speculation that if Awami League provocations against these peaceful demonstrators continue, their agitation may continue and render the country ungovernable.

The President would then declare a state of emergency.

A new interim administration may be formed, i.e. the removal of the Hasina regime.
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shah alam wrote:
the government made a big mistake by obstructing the flow of people into the city of Dhaka by shutting down all means of transport to Dhaka where as the government allowed the Hefazat to arrange the Long March. however the March went almost peacefully and it would have been more peaceful if the opponents we're not trying to also stop them. fortunately these people are the common people who believes that Islam has been attacked by the bloggers and they just demand their punishments. it was good that they were not politically aligned but during the peaceful Long March the government's mischievous treatment actually turned them against the government and be aligned with the opposition party. A big lesson to learn.
Secularists and Islam-haters are a minority in Bangladesh.

Since Bangladeshis absolutely hate terrorist organization, Jamaat e "Islami", these secularists use the anti-Jamaat card to make people see all religious people as Jamaatis.

This is false, most Islamic scholars in Bangladesh hate Jamaat.

Today anti-Bangladeshi secularist, Zunaid Kazi, the Rushdie-supporter who is the administrator of "Banglacricket" went beserk and hysterical against this march, demanding the mass expulsion of peaceful demonstrators to Pakistan.

However though this secular extremist can bark behind on his forum staffed by fellow internet thugs, he is not representative of the vast majority of Bangladeshis who are Muslim.

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Well said.
1. The Awami League regime has gone too far with patronizing anti-Islamic elements.
2. The Islamic community in Bangladesh are the most powerful institution even more than the military.
The Awami League regime played a two-faced game against this peaceful march. On the one hand they smiled at the organizers, and then they hired thugs to attack people going there.
There is speculation that if Awami League provocations against these peaceful demonstrators continue, their agitation may continue and render the country ungovernable.
The President would then declare a state of emergency.
A new interim administration may be formed, i.e. the removal of the Hasina regime.
ok we know you are a supporter of Eshard bring your Eshard and BNP back to power who are both from India and both PRO FUKISTANIS which at the end will follow FUKISTANI GOVERNANCE and turn Bangladesh into a failed state.
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** AWAMI LEAGUE ENEMY OF BANGLADESH **

1. The Awami League, like its former coalition partners and friends, Jamaat e "Islami" are an anti-Bangladeshi terrorist organization.

2. Jamaat is loyal to Pakistan and prefers Pakistan to Bangladesh and has ISI links.

The Awami League is loyal to India and has links to RAW.

3. The Awami League is extremely violent and engages in regular murder, vandalism and terrorism.

4. Some in the Awami League elite and "literati" and "intelligenstia" are extremely Islamophobic and like to mock religious people.

The Awami League must be banned permanently from Bangladesh, and so too must Jamaat.

Both these two terrorist organizations have learnt in the past few months that they are both hated in Bangladesh.

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Rogue Judges during BNP
http://www.muktadhara.net/page44.html

Militarism in Bangladesh
http://www.muktadhara.net/page34.html

In reality the army is the most organized institution in Bangladesh and as such they can exert their power over the illiterate and unorganized people. The military dictators of Bangladesh, namely Zia and Ershad ruined almost all the civil institutions in last 15 years. The people of Bangladesh is a bit fortunate than the Pakistanis as there is no feudal class in Bangladesh. In absence of the feudal class the army is allied with the corrupt civil bureaucrats and businessmen. This oligarchy (the army, civil bureaucrats and businessmen) has been ruling Bangladesh, officially or unofficially, for last 25 years. The profiles of general Zia and general Ershad offer insights into the process of militarism in Bangladesh.

Has anyone noticed why there was an Arab spring,answer again military regimes,these people never work for the people, they like to take from the people and feed themselves, they are just greedy fuks like fukistan! both Zia/Khaleda and Eshad worked for there own benefits and there pockets, none of these pricks have brain, there fore will not invest back in the people.

General Ziaur Rahman
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Ziaur Rhaman, the first military dictator of Bangladesh, was born in 1936 in Bagbari village under Gabtoli upazilla, Bogra, a northern district of Bangladesh. His father, a settler from India, was a district science officer. In his teens, Zia was in West Pakistan. Zia joined the Pakistan army in 1953 and was commissioned from Kakul military academy two years later. In the India- Pakistan war of 1965, he led a company and was said to have sent to Germany for higher training. Later in his career, Zia was appointed as the instructor of Pakistan Military Academy at Kakul.

General Zia was the reincarnation of Aurangjib in Bangladesh politics. Like Aurangjib who ostensibly killed his own brothers for Islam, Zia being a self proclaimed freedom fighter, was instrumental to nip in the bud the very spirit of liberation war by distorting and destroying everything associated with the war. Zia:

a. revived Islamic fundamentalism by removing secularism from the constitution
b. rehabilitated the anti liberation forces (Muslim leaguers and Islamic fundamentalist groups i.e. Jamat) in our politics and society.
c. amended the constitution of Bangladesh in order to make a virtual Pakistan of independent Bangladesh.

The fans of General Zia swear for his:
a. modesty b. honesty c. patriotism
d. his commitment for national development programs (i.e. canal digging) e. his Calvinism

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Zia's Parasitism

The essence of Zia's patriotism was anti Indian sentiment. Without Indian support in 1971, Major Zia could neither become a Major General or a president. Without the support from the Indian army and the morale of the freedom fighters the Bangladesh regular army could never win the war against the Pakistani army. Not only in warfare, India also provided shelter to millions of refugees during the war. Zia should have been grateful to India for his life and career in Bangladesh. But as a typical representative of the Mohajir (settler from India) community, Zia rather upheld the ideology of his class: anti Indian sentiment and pan Islamism. Both of them stemmed from the same root and contribute to the Mohajir hegemony on the native Bangladeshis or the Bangals. India stands for democracy and secularism. Pakistan stands for Islam and feudalism. Islamic Bangladesh stands for Islam and Mohajirism which secures the hegemony of the Mohajir's or the settler Muslims in Bangladesh from India after 1947. The British created Pakistan to retain it as their market, USA supported Pakistan because they did not want to loose their market and their pocket against suspect India and China. They used Mustak, Zia and Ershad as tools to open Bangladeshi market for western capital and to disrupt the economic independence of Bangladesh.

http://www.muktadhara.net/page81.html
Rest of Mr Zia's profile on above link, interesting when these two regimes were in power they had tripple the corruption in BD Compared to Awami League being in Power, all the Military PM Regimes makes Awami League look like an Angel compared to these military regimes.

there is also a table of reference of corruption charges during all the 3 regimes on this article.

http://www.muktadhara.net/page41.html

Above link is Ershad's profile,both these militant dictators are from India, well their backgrounds are they are settlers of Bangladesh from India, the only genuine ethnincally Bengali Political leader we ever had since Bangladeshes birth,during all leaderships is believe it or not,it is actually Sheikh Mujibur and his Daughter Sheikh Hasina, Khaleda is not even ethnically Bengali like her husband.

anyone who is interested in Bangladeshes history since 1971 (its birth) look at the links I provided just to educate yourselves here.
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Like Zia, Ershad came of a Mohajir( settler, Mohajir or colloquially called Ghati in Dhaka) family. His father, a solicitor by profession migrated to Bangladesh from West Dinazpur, India after 1947.

But Ershad was less fortunate than Zia. He could not afford a freedom fighter tag as he was in Pakistan during the liberation war. Ershad did not leave his job in Pakistan army in support of Bangladesh. Nor did he show any interest to sympathize with our liberation war. Rather, he worked as a member of the firing squad formed by the Pakistani military dictators to execute Bangalee rebel officers/soldiers in Pakistani army. Due to his absence in the political scenario he lost his seniority. Later however, due to the blessing and lobbying of Gen Osmani, Ershad got his job back in Bangladesh army.

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In the political coup bringing the downfall of Zia, Ershad won the game by shrewdly eliminating his rival Gen Manjur (a bright officer of Bangladesh army and a freedom fighter). But Ershad was more power drunk than Zia. As the chief of army he started threatening from the cantonment and captured the political power by sheer military force. Soon after the consolidation of his power Ershad concentrated on the militarization of the civil administration. He formed a powerful committee headed by Brigadier Enamul Khan to reorganize the administration. Four, out of five, members of that committee were retired army officers. This committee minimized the number of posts in various ministries and corporations from 3,255 to 2,873. The primary objective of the committee was to exercise more control on civil administration by appointing more army officers on higher positions so as to subordinate the civil administration to military bureaucrats.

After administration, Ershad targeted the municipal corporations. Ershad, by his presidential order, appointed a colonel as the mayor of Dhaka city. Then a brigadier, and at last a politician. In the name of decentralization the Dhaka municipal corporation was divided into 10 zones. The chief executive officers of five, out of ten, zones were retired majors. It was done with a view to undermine peoples' representatives in the city councils and allow the military officers to appropriate public resources.

The rest of this article about Ershad is on the above post that I just sent just now.

Oh and both these military dictators killed off the leaders, Zia Killed off Mujib in a Military coupe and Ershad Killed off Zia in a military coupe by Ershad's people, both the killers of Mubjib were let off by Zia and the killers had taken high profile posts during Zia's regime, this is all written on Zia's profile on the link that I sent on the above post, same thing Ershad did ,to the killers of Zia, 15 years Bangladesh was ruled by another form of military dictatorship like the Fukistani Army did during Bangladeshes independence, "Yahya Khan" regime.

in reality Bangladesh only had its freedom during Mujibs time which is only 4 years from 71-75, all in all including Hasina's regime Bangladesh was only free for 10 years.

In spite of the negative propaganda that can be fuelled through social media against a positive, non-violent movement, Ahmed is still confident about social media. It is a tool for ensuring good democratic practice and making people’s opinions heard. Ahmed’s objective as an online activist has been to reach out to the international audience and portray a true picture of the Bangladeshi’s youth uprising of 2013. The India Today conclave has offered her with that platform. She mentions how they have appreciated one of her observations and highlighted it as a key point of the programme.“I said that fundamentalists have their own network in every country. For example, Jamaat (Jamaat-e-Islami) is getting fund from such networks. But those of us who want to form a secular humanist society, where there will be peaceful co-existence of all religious beliefs, we do not have any global humanist network, which we must work on.” We do require a global humanist network to support movements that are culturally rich and involves diverse group of people.

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From the conclave, Ahmed brings back lessons of good democratic practices and how inquisitiveness and tolerance can run parallel in spite of difference in ideologies. She feels that Bangladesh too is in need of such assemblies which will give room for dialogue across various intellectual, political, cultural and social groups.
http://mygoldenbengal.wordpress.com/2013/03/3 ...

“We have always wanted to speak out but couldn’t. The basic problem always has been that our history was too opinionated and fabricated, instead of giving us the straight facts. Genocide allows no scope for fabrication and there shouldn’t be an opinion on it.”
He continued with certain youthful fury,“Quader Mollah’s crimes should not generate opinions, but rather deserve judgment. Too many have twisted this revolution to fit their requirements and have deceived people but there should be no middle ground.”
Sharier Khan, Deputy Editor, Reporting, The Daily Star felt that the whole movement came into being from an ideological standpoint. He explained the moral of the movement.“First, to understand the significance of Shahbagh, you have to understand what it is about. It’s a philosophical warfare. There lies a black spot in our country’s history and that spot must be destroyed before we can move on and create a better future. People who don’t think we should be independent don’t deserve to be in Bangladesh.

“Lies cannot hide facts. Books may have changed but firsthand accounts have passed down preserving the
truth,” he commented.

Nafisa Noor felt that there are some key reasons why and raised some interesting points which she felt had the biggest contributing factor in bringing about the revolution.
“Firstly, the access to education is now greater than before. There is economic empowerment. And most importantly, the availability of information is so much more today, with satellite television, live broadcasts, news, the Internet, social networking and also discussions like these. Previously, powerful people could manipulate and brainwash others because there was no Internet and we were not as aware of the world as we are now.”

“Lies cannot hide facts. Books may have changed but firsthand accounts have passed down preserving the
truth,” he commented.

Nafisa Noor felt that there are some key reasons why and raised some interesting points which she felt had the biggest contributing factor in bringing about the revolution.
“Firstly, the access to education is now greater than before. There is economic empowerment. And most importantly, the availability of information is so much more today, with satellite television, live broadcasts, news, the Internet, social networking and also discussions like these. Previously, powerful people could manipulate and brainwash others because there was no Internet and we were not as aware of the world as we are now.”

http://www.topix.com/forum/world/bangladesh/T...

Now I can't be arsed to copy and paste read the above link from page 2.

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Secularists and Islam-haters are a minority in Bangladesh.
Since Bangladeshis absolutely hate terrorist organization, Jamaat e "Islami", these secularists use the anti-Jamaat card to make people see all religious people as Jamaatis.
This is false, most Islamic scholars in Bangladesh hate Jamaat.
Today anti-Bangladeshi secularist, Zunaid Kazi, the Rushdie-supporter who is the administrator of "Banglacricket" went beserk and hysterical against this march, demanding the mass expulsion of peaceful demonstrators to Pakistan.
However though this secular extremist can bark behind on his forum staffed by fellow internet thugs, he is not representative of the vast majority of Bangladeshis who are Muslim.
You are a Muslim I presume so what are you doing in the UK a secularist country, obviously you do not like Secularism then Move to FUKISTAN!

THERE ARE ALOT OF MUSLIM COUNTRIES WHICH ARE SECULARIST'S SO WHAT IS YOUR POINT HERE?

The BNP and Eshard brought back the Jamaats back to Bangladesh and pardoned them, they breeded this form of brain washed Extremism in Bangladesh now have this form of Islam,Bangladesh initially followed Sufisim, not the radical form which the Fukistanis follow, Both Zia and Eshard Pardoned the Killers of Mujib and Zia, to come into power, they didn't get it through democratic votes,then they reinstated Islam as the state religion as a result they got backing from the Fukistani and Arab governments to fund this extremism which means the kind of Islam Fukistan and the Arab nations follow, which breeded more extremism, when BNP Khaleda and also Eshard was in power Bangladesh was number 1 on the corruption list of all countries they even beat Fukistan on Corruption, when BNP was last in power we were heading where Fukistan is now, meaning a FAILED STATE,they were breeding in Extremism.

Todays news, look at it now, BNP and Jamaat had funded Hifazat look at the list of Latest articles in bdnews24.com ,go through the list you will find the article, they even said Eshard's JP was going to back it, but not him.

bring these people back into power, they will definately fuk up Bangladesh again, as a result we will turn into Fukistan a failed state, both BNP and Eshard are Pro Fukistan and Anti India, doesn't this remind you of another Party like the Jamaat's.

your nationalism is Muslim unity, if Fukistan is fighting their Muslim brothers in there own country what makes you think the same thing won't happen in Bangladesh, if they come into power Muslim Brother's will also be fighting their muslim brothers what's happening to Syria now, they are also fighting there muslim brother's, ok because of western instigation and politics, but that is not excuse they have been doing this since Islam was born, during Ottoman Empire against the Arabs as well that's how the lost a big chunk of Palestine to Israel. It was there own fault, first settlers of the West in Asia was in Fukistan the Macadonians (Greeks)the first British settlers in Asia were in Guzrat (they say it was Bengal it wasn't it was actually in Guzrat)near Fukistan, Religion is another form of secularism and nationalism.

If you think like this, I think you should not live in a country that dose not support your views like the UK, You should live in Fukistan for that matter,because you do seem to like their politics.

This makes you a Hypocrite,Hypocracy is not very Islamic is it now?

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This is counter-revolution

http://bdnews24.com/bangladesh/2013/04/07/thi...

Bangladesh’s history is tragically replete with counter-revolutions that have always sought to undermine the gains made in the direction of political emancipation and social progress in South Asia’s youngest nation.

The euphoria of the Liberation War had barely died down when the country’s founding father Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman was killed with almost his whole family in a bloody coup. The military rule that followed undermined the secular character of the Bangladesh constitution. In effect, democracy was also put in cold storage. The counter-revolution saw the defeated forces of 1971 regain political legitimacy or at least a political space to offer its discredited baggage of religion-driven politics.

The Jamaat-e-Islami leaders who had supported Pakistan in its efforts to suppress the Bengali nationalist uprising were allowed to contest elections and become MPs, even ministers. The process started by General Zia was continued by Gen Ershad.

As the nation fought for democracy and finally managed to bring down the Ershad regime through street agitations, it got a government that was sustained by support from Jamaat-e-Islami.

The BNP increasingly became more and more dependent on the Jamaat which ultimately joined the government when Khaleda Zia returned to power a second time in 2001.

So if the first counter-revolution undermined the 1972 constitution and the spirit of the Liberation War that had been enshrined in it.

The second counter-revolution provided legitimacy and political space to the Jamaat-e-Islami and the brand of religion-driven politics it is identified with.

For the first time, freedom fighters with Pakistani bullets in their body had to put up with the sight of Jamaat ministers breezing past, the flag of Bangladesh flying on the bonnet of their ministerial cars.

The very people(Jamaat's)who had not believed in the independence of Bangladesh were not flying its flag, with people who fought for the flag and country’s independence reduced to helpless pedestrians.

The contours of this counter-revolution unfolded loud and clear when Islamic radicalism peaked in Bangladesh during the BNP-Jamaat coalition government in the shadow of a global pan-Islamic surge post 9/11. Diplomats, judges, secular political leaders and intellectuals – none escaped the guns and bombs of the second counter-revolution.

Slogans like “Bangla hobe Taliban”(Bangladesh will be Talibanised) could be heard from areas controlled by the likes of Bangla Bhai and JMB. That is when Bangladesh began to be described as the “Cocoon of Terror” and as the “Next Afghanistan”.

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The landslide victory of the Awami league-led alliance in 2008 parliament polls marked the beginning of a turnaround. Sheikh Hasina promised war crimes trials to bring to justice those responsible for the crimes against humanity in 1971 and delivered on it.

The rest is history. Following Abdul Quader Molla’s life sentence, Bangladesh witnessed the outpourings of a new yearning for a secular, modern Bangladesh.

The country has made significant progress in social development, especially in areas of women empowerment. It ranks high in most indicators on which the UN’s Human Development Index is based.

The Shahbagh protests gave a new meaning to Bangladesh’s journey to modernity on the values of 1971 and Bengali liberalism.

But the forces of counter-revolution are not giving up without a fight.

Even as the Jamaat and its student front Islami Chhatra Shibir unleashed country-wide violence, a new fundamentalist force appeared from the shadows.

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The Hifazat-e Islam, that has gained some confidence by staging a Chittagong-Dhaka Long March, represents the latest face of fundamentalist reaction in Bangladesh.

The patronage showered on it by the BNP, Jamaat and even the Jatiya Party goes to show how much the discredited forces of reaction are now banking on the latest incarnation of Taliban on the soil of Bangladesh. A force that thrives on the most illogical of objectives – stop public mixing of sexes.

On previous occasions, the forces of counter-revolution surfaced after the Awami league was ousted from power.

On this occasion, the forces of counter-revolution have reared its head with the Awami League very much in power.

It will therefore very much depend on how Hasina’s government handles this force of counter-revolution.

The forces of fundamentalist reaction are never amenable to dialogue and compromise.

They want their own medieval vision imposed on society regardless of whether the society is prepared to accept it.

In Bangladesh, the Hifazat or its allies in the Islamic right are a minority but they would not hesitate to use terror and coercion to impose their ‘Afghan’ version on home soil.

This is a crucial moment in Bangladesh’s history. Forty-two years after its independence, after it has made considerable social and economic progress.

When it has proved right the Bangabandhu’s decision to break away from Pakistan,Bangladesh is again held hostage by the defeated forces of 1971 boosted by the Afghan variant of Bengali Taliban.

Shahbagh has defined the process of the new revolution and its spokesmen have called for a “second War of independence’.

BUT THIS TIME IT WILL BE A CIVIL WAR AGAINST OUR OWN PEOPLE,the Brain Washed Fukistani element's that still exist in Bangaldesh today from the previous militant governments).

Hifazat denotes the latest shape of counter-revolution.

The battle lines are clearly drawn.
Governance imposes certain limitations but if it is reduced to an abject surrender to the spirit of counter-revolution, it will only take the country back to the medieval ages and undo all the progress Bangladesh can be rightly proud of.
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Bengal tiger please reveal your self. You are a very enlightening person, I believe I have a lot to learn from you. You are like an encyclopedia of knowledge. Please give me your academic background and give me your latest vision on where you think bangladesh is heading.

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Bengal tiger please reveal your self. You are a very enlightening person, I believe I have a lot to learn from you. You are like an encyclopedia of knowledge. Please give me your academic background and give me your latest vision on where you think bangladesh is heading.
A Civil War is at stake between (our own people) the Clone Fukistani Bengali Militant Extremists and the Bengali Freedom fighters of 1971, if the Militants win, which seems likely Bangladesh will end up like Fukistan a failed state. As a result they will be fighting their own people like Fukistan is doing now.

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Women scribes for boycotting Hifazat
http://bdnews24.com/bangladesh/2013/04/07/wom...

A faction of the Federal Journalists Union led by Iqbal Sobhan Chowdhury expressed their solidarity with the programme and called for a rally on Apr 9 protesting against the attacks.

Iqbal Sobhan said the incidents suggested that an attempt was on to push Bangladeshi women backwards like the Taliban did in Afghanistan.“Bangladeshi journalists have protested and they will protest any attempts to pursue anything against the spirit of Liberation War in the name of religion.”

Bangladesh Women Journalists’ Centre President Nasimun Ara Haque Minu said all 13 demands of Hifazat were against Bangladesh.“Ninety percent of women in garments are women. What will happen if they stop work?”

“On the other hand, huge income comes from abroad. Almost half there are women. What will happen to the economy if they are brought back?”

Other journalist leaders also addressed the rally.
Ganajagaran Mancha spokesperson Imran H Sarker and other organisations expressed their solidarity with the rally.

THIS IS JUST THE LAST PART OF THE ARTICLE,IF YOU WANT TO READ THE FULL ARTICLE CLICK ON THE LINK BENEATH THE TITLE.

This rally will take place on the 9th April,as a retaliation to attacking women Journalist's yesterday and their sexist comments.
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You are a Muslim I presume so what are you doing in the UK a secularist country, obviously you do not like Secularism then Move to FUKISTAN!
THERE ARE ALOT OF MUSLIM COUNTRIES WHICH ARE SECULARIST'S SO WHAT IS YOUR POINT HERE?
The BNP and Eshard brought back the Jamaats back to Bangladesh and pardoned them, they breeded this form of brain washed Extremism in Bangladesh now have this form of Islam,Bangladesh initially followed Sufisim, not the radical form which the Fukistanis follow, Both Zia and Eshard Pardoned the Killers of Mujib and Zia, to come into power, they didn't get it through democratic votes,then they reinstated Islam as the state religion as a result they got backing from the Fukistani and Arab governments to fund this extremism which means the kind of Islam Fukistan and the Arab nations follow, which breeded more extremism, when BNP Khaleda and also Eshard was in power Bangladesh was number 1 on the corruption list of all countries they even beat Fukistan on Corruption, when BNP was last in power we were heading where Fukistan is now, meaning a FAILED STATE,they were breeding in Extremism.
Todays news, look at it now, BNP and Jamaat had funded Hifazat look at the list of Latest articles in bdnews24.com ,go through the list you will find the article, they even said Eshard's JP was going to back it, but not him.
bring these people back into power, they will definately fuk up Bangladesh again, as a result we will turn into Fukistan a failed state, both BNP and Eshard are Pro Fukistan and Anti India, doesn't this remind you of another Party like the Jamaat's.
your nationalism is Muslim unity, if Fukistan is fighting their Muslim brothers in there own country what makes you think the same thing won't happen in Bangladesh, if they come into power Muslim Brother's will also be fighting their muslim brothers what's happening to Syria now, they are also fighting there muslim brother's, ok because of western instigation and politics, but that is not excuse they have been doing this since Islam was born, during Ottoman Empire against the Arabs as well that's how the lost a big chunk of Palestine to Israel. It was there own fault, first settlers of the West in Asia was in Fukistan the Macadonians (Greeks)the first British settlers in Asia were in Guzrat (they say it was Bengal it wasn't it was actually in Guzrat)near Fukistan, Religion is another form of secularism and nationalism.
If you think like this, I think you should not live in a country that dose not support your views like the UK, You should live in Fukistan for that matter,because you do seem to like their politics.
This makes you a Hypocrite,Hypocracy is not very Islamic is it now?
1. You need to cool it with the insults, name calling, personal attacks and swearing.

2. You know nothing about me.

3. I do not like Jamaat or Pakistan.

4. Your beloved Awami League formed a political alliance with Jamaat a few years back.

Jahanara Imam spoke out against this and your beloved leader Hasina abused her.

The rest of what you have said is irrelevant nonsense.

Both Jamaat and your Awami League are enemies of Bangladesh and need to be banned.

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Bengal_Tiger wrote:
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1. You need to cool it with the insults, name calling, personal attacks and swearing.
2. You know nothing about me.
3. I do not like Jamaat or Pakistan.
4. Your beloved Awami League formed a political alliance with Jamaat a few years back.
Jahanara Imam spoke out against this and your beloved leader Hasina abused her.
The rest of what you have said is irrelevant nonsense.
Both Jamaat and your Awami League are enemies of Bangladesh and need to be banned.
So is you BNP and Jatiyo, they brought back the Jamaat to Bangladesh, all of these Parties took them on and a new generation of Radicals of cloned Fukistanis came to to forfront in Bangladesh, AL didn't bring back the Jamats, both your BNP and JP killed off the leaders, because their background is militant, BNP factions killed off Mujib and JP factions killed off Zia both in a coupe just of come into power, what dose this remind you of Jamaat Militant Fukistani Politics, now by this time when the BNP and the JP brought back the JAMAATS into BD, AL didn't have any options but to join the Jamaat by this time BD was on it's way to be radicalised, If Zia didn't bring back the Jamaats and pardoned them, and then Ershad killed off Zia and became more friendly with the Jamaats, hence the play boy Ershad changing the state religion into Islam, even more radicalisation hence more funding from the Arab and the Fukistani world, Zia extended his friendship with Fukistan after killing of Mujib, all these idiots fuked BD over by selling it to Fukistan, as a result we brought in cloned Fukistani into Bangladesh, how to you change the radicalisation when the entire nation had been changed to cloned Fukistanis, when Bangladesh initially followed Sufism instead of the radical form, both Zia and Ershad's backgrounds are from India they are migrants from India and pro Fukistanis militants they are not looking out for Bangladesh's interests,they look out for their own interest's, Yes AL had to change their stance, Jamaat is a small minority in BD, they are used by all political parties to make up the numbers so the leading party can have a majority of the seats in Parliment as a result can rule the country, but the ones that had introduced radicalism and militancy in BD is BNP and JP and molded BD into a cloned state of FUKISTAN, if the 2 militant parties didn't bring back the Jamaats AL would not have seeked Jamaat's assistant, do you actually think the Jamaat's would have really wanted AL, or the AL wanted the Jamaats, if at the time both of them came into power, AL would have got rid of them straight away,its all to do with making up the numbers,why is BNP seeking every parties votes now = 18 party alliance TO MAKE UP THE NUMBERS,on her own she will not win because she hasn't got the numbers, when both AL and Jamaats are at the both opposite end of the scales of politics, Jamaat the extreme RIGHT AL is on the Left.

Ershad and Zia are RIGHT winged, the Jamaat would rather be with these to political leader's their loyalty stays with them.

BRING THESE TWO MILITANTS IDIOT BACK TO POWER MARK MY WORDS BANGLADESH IS SERIOUSLY GOING TO BE FUKED LIKE FUKISTAN.

to me right now it looks like one of the two BNP or the JP is going to come back into power because they have an international propaganda base which brain washes the people of BD to think like the parties objectives to radicalize BD. Where as AL don't, the Bengalis who have a brain can usually see through the facade of the BNP and JP ugly agendas.

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