Letter to Turkish regime chief Abdullah Gul regarding Bangladesh

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Bengal_Tiger

London, UK

#1 Dec 28, 2012
1. Abdullah Gul, you are the head of a state which has conducted ethnic cleansing and mass murder of Armenians and Kurds.

2. You are the head of a state which bullies, threatens and intimidates other members.

3. You are the head of a regime alongside your fellow criminal Tayyip Erdogan who imprisons journalists critical of your regime.

4. You are the head of a country where anti-Arab racism is widespread and encouraged by politicians and the mass media.

5. You are from a country which carried out pogroms of Christians and ethnic cleansing of Christians e.g. Istanbul 1955.

You and your regime, your ambassador in Bangladesh have violated all diplomatic norms and protocols and disrespected the sovereignty of the People's Republic of Bangladesh by sending a letter to our president and head of state interfering in judicial affairs in Bangladesh.

Your regime has also been involved in illegal activities in Bangladesh when you sent radicals/militants affiliated to pro-terrorist NGO organizations to Dhaka using on-arrival visas reserved only for governmental and other key personnel. These radicals/militants then smuggled themselves in to the country to support members of "Jamat i Islami" an anti-Bangladeshi radical organization.

A: Do not ever interfere in the internal affairs of the sovereign state of Bangladesh. If you repeat such violations again then relations will deteriorate and we may expel your ambassador.

B: Many people in Turkey hate you and your oppressive women-hating regime and the loud-mouthed thug Erdogan who is a semi-dictator.

If you and your regime continue to harass Bangladesh, our country will react and we are in no need of you.

I personally will make du'a for the end of you, Erdogan and your regime.

You have been warned.

- Muhammad Khan

Alhamdulilahi rabbil 'alameen, wa sallee 'alaa sayyidina Muhammad.
Bengal_Tiger

London, UK

#2 Dec 28, 2012
2. You are the head of a state which bullies, threatens and intimidates other members*= countries.
Bengal_Tiger

London, UK

#3 Dec 28, 2012
Article regarding AKP regime's dishonesty and illegal activities in Bangladesh and clear lying to our government over the activities of radicals smuggled in to the country:

http://www.thedailystar.net/newDesign/news-de...

Comments from Bengalis:

Tirtho Mahmud
Friday, December 28, 2012 12:37 AM GMT+06:00 (1 days ago)

Turkey has her own bloody past of Armenian massacre, with which she is yet to come to terms. So, it's understandable why Turkey is always concerned about creation of precedence of war crimes tribunal in countries like Bangladesh.

Shah Deeldar

Friday, December 28, 2012 01:34 AM GMT+06:00 (1 days ago)

It is high time to send a strong message to Turkey to stop meddling into another country's judicial proceedings. How odd and obnoxious!

Asad Zaman

Friday, December 28, 2012 10:35 AM GMT+06:00 (20 hours ago)

If clemency to the War-Criminals is asked for the sake of peace in the society, why are Syrians (the nearest neighbour of Turkey) and Afghans suffering the bloody, devastating war for so long? Why can’t one party show clemency to the criminals and stop those wars for the sake of peace in the society?

Sahed Ali

Friday, December 28, 2012 10:38 AM GMT+06:00 (20 hours ago)
Shame on the Turkish's government for its stand on War Criminals and its request for clemency to the accused!
Bengal_Tiger

London, UK

#4 Dec 28, 2012
1. THE TURKISH REGIME MUST APOLOGISE TO BANGLADESH FOR ILLEGAL ACTIVITIES AND LYING TO OUR GOVERNMENT.

2. THE AKP REGIME OF GUL & ERDOGAN MUST MAKE THEIR AMBASSADOR APOLOGISE TO OUR GOVERNMENT FOR LYING, OR CHANGE AMBASSADORS.

3. FAILING THAT, I RECOMMEND THAT ALL TIES BE SEVERED WITH TURKEY AND THE AMBASSADOR BE EXPELLED, THE EMBASSY BE CLOSED DOWN AND TURKISH ORGANIZATIONS IN THE COUNTRY BE GIVEN A TIME-FRAME TO LEAVE THE COUNTRY.

Gul and Erdogan are high-level thugs and criminals who have worked their way to the top of power in Turkey but are hated by millions of Turks and use fear and intimidation to rule Turkey e.g. life banning of Galatsaray football bans who booed semi-dictator and thug Erdogan a while back and legal threats against them too.

We have no problem with Turkey or the Turkish nation and wish civil organizations in Turkey working for the end of the Gul-Erdogan dictatorship success in their noble efforts.

We are no fans of thugs like Gul, Erdogan and Davutoglu.
Dander

Sydney, Australia

#5 Dec 28, 2012
Here here!
Bengal_Tiger

London, UK

#6 Dec 28, 2012
1. THE GOVERNMENT OF THE PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC OF BANGLADESH HAS ALREADY TAKEN DIRECT ACTION AGAINST THE REGIME OF THUGS GUL & ERDOGAN.

"Sources said the government has taken the matter seriously. The on arrival visa facility between Bangladesh and Turkey would be cancelled.

Earlier, a 14-member delegation of Turkey visited Bangladesh through on arrival visa for lobbying on favour of the war criminals."

http://www.banglanews24.com/English/detailsne...

THE BANGLADESHI GOVERNMENT HAS CANCELLED THE ON-ARRIVAL VISA FACILITY FOR TURKS.

This on-arrival visa facility was for important Turkish citizens such as:

- Turkish government officials
- Turkish businessmen
- Turkish investors

and other similar VIPs.

IT HAS NOW BEEN OFFICIALLY TERMINATED!

This is only the beginning and was a:

SWIFT

DECISIVE

measure taken against the Gul/Erdogan regime.

If the Gul/Erdogan regime continues to harass Bangladesh more action will be taken against this regime

We 150 million Bangladeshis will back our government 200%!
Bengal_Tiger

London, UK

#7 Dec 28, 2012
Turkish lawyers’ visit raise eyebrow

They will report on ICT activities, Law Minister doesn’t know

. Sagar Biswas
The visit of a 14-member Turkish legal experts' team to Dhaka early this week has come under question from some quarters of the government. They raised eyebrow and wondered on what capacity the Turkish team visited the International Crime Tribunal (ICT), monitored its proceedings and collected information from different sources on its activities.

Questions have also arisen how they obtained visas and how this visit was allowed without maintaining diplomatic protocol. The government smells rat as the team is likely to submit a report on the ICT activities to the Turkish government.
Besides, the visit has taken place just a week after Turkish President Abdullah Gul had sent letter to Bangladesh President Md Zillur Rahman to stop the trial of Jamaat-e-Islami leaders on charges of crimes against humanity during the liberation war of 1971. Officials said on Tuesday that intelligence agencies are now
conducting a massive investigation to unearth the suspicious moves and activities of the Turkish team and who were involved from behind the scene. The team came to Dhaka on December 20 and left the capital on December 23.

They said that the Turkish team during its stay in the capital sat in a meeting with some ICT defense lawyers and senior leaders of Jamaat-e Islami at city's Sarina Hotel on Sunday night. They also met some key persons of the Prime Minister's Office, besides some other ministers and functionaries of judiciary and local human rights organizations. In the process, they also met the president of the Supreme Court Bar Association Joinul Abedin and exchanged views with him.

The sources said senior government policy makers have expressed concerns over visit which the foreign ministry and the law ministry were not aware of from the beginning of the process.
How could they come and get involved in sensitive issues without prior clearance of the ministries concerned, some policy makers have raised the question and wondered, how they were able to make spot visit to ICT and monitor its conduct of business on the floor.
Bengal_Tiger

London, UK

#8 Dec 28, 2012
When contacted, law minister Barrister Shafique Ahmed told The New Nation last night, "Yes, the Turksih team met me Sunday afternoon….. How can I refuse them when an ambassador made the request? Turkish ambassador in Bangladesh told me that a delegation comprising of human right activist wants to meet me. So, I sat with them."
Replying to a question whether they have any authority to monitor the trial of ICT, Barrister Shafique said, "No, they can't. They can only play the role of an observer."
To a question whether he knows that the team is going to submit a report to the Turkish government over ICT activities, Barrister Shafique said that he was not informed about the matter.
The law minister, however said, the visit of the Turkish team will not impact the ongoing ICT trial. "It won't effect ICT trial at all. I briefed them about the fairness of the trial, its necessity and the government's firm stance on the issue," he noted.
Meanwhile, the foreign ministry officials said that they were totally uninformed about the arrival of the Turkish team and they were taking preparations to protest the matter officially to the Turkish government. The Turkish ambassador in Dhaka may be called to the foreign ministry anytime to explain the matter.
Officials of Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport, when contacted yesterday said, they allowed the Turkish team to enter the country as they secured visa from airport on arrival on request of the Turkish ambassador who was personally present on the spot.
Sources said the team visited Dhaka under the banner of an NGO named International Jurist Association. In fact all members on the team were Turkish nationals close to the incumbent government and active members of the Muslim Brotherhood of Turkey.
The team was formed including Turkey's ruling A.K Party president Ahmed Sorgon, former State Minister of Turkish government Lutfu Isingan, ex-MP of A.K. Party Husna Tuna, former MP of RAFA Party Suat Pamuku, legal expert Professor Dr. M Rifiq Korkuj, lawyers Boiram Sakartep, Fatema Benli, Ibrahim Ujturok, Mustafa Yagmur, Nikati Sailon, Rabeya Eurat, Yasin Samley and Yunus Imru Kanbe. Jehra Yaman of Government News Agency of Turkey was also a team member and Robia Eward from Belgium was attached to give the team an international colour, according to sources.

http://thenewnationbd.com/newsdetails.aspx...
Bengal_Tiger

London, UK

#9 Dec 28, 2012
The criminals who violated Bangladeshi law and illegally smuggled themselves in to the country are close to the AKP regime of Gul and Erdogan.

The criminals are named as such:

1. Ahmed Sorgon (violated Bangladeshi law and smuggled himself in to the country illegally to support radical anti-Bangladeshi "Islamic" extremist organization, Jamat e Islami).

2. Lutfu Isingan.

3. Husna Tuna

4. Suat Pamuku

5. M Rifiq Korkuj

6. Boiram Sakartep

7. Fatema Benli

8. Ibrahim Ujturok

9. Mustafa Yagmur

10. Nikati Sailon

11. Rabeya Eurat

12. Yasin Samley

13. Yunus Imru Kanbe

14. Jehra Yaman

15. Robia Ewad

The Bangladeshi intelligence agencies have conducted investigations as to how these criminals entered the country.

Our government has now cancelled on-arrival visas with the AKP regime of Erdogan & Gul.

I personally encourage our government to take legal action against the AKP party and the 15 criminals above who entered our country illegally and covertly supported the radical and extremist Jamat e Islami.

We should also work with Turkish civil society to sue the AKP or even capture these criminals for extradition from a post-AKP Turkish government.
Bengal_Tiger

London, UK

#10 Dec 28, 2012
GHULAM AZAM REQUEST

Nirmul committee slams Turkey

Staff Correspondent

The Ekattorer Ghatak Dalal Nirmul Committee on Friday condemned Turkish president Abdullah Gul for requesting the Bangladesh government not to award death sentence to the detained former Jamaat-e-Islami chief Ghulam Azam who was facing war crimes trial.
Nirmul Committee, a civic group campaigning for trial of the war crimes committed in 1971, termed the Turkish president’s request objectionable as the matter was subjudice.
They said that it was nothing but the latest instance that Jamaat and its accomplices were engaged in activities with an ulterior motive at home and abroad against the war crimes trial in Bangladesh.
The statement was signed by Nirmul Committee president Justice Golam Rabbani, acting president Shahriyar Kabir and general secretary Kazi Mukul.
The statement said that the recent request by the president of Turkey to the Bangladesh president and the prime minister was not only against the diplomatic norms or interference in Bangladesh’s internal affairs but also an attack on Bangladesh’s independence and sovereignty.
The judiciary of any country is independent and sovereign and no other country can interfere in its affairs, the statement said.
‘The comments of the Turkish president before delivery of the verdict in the case against Ghulam Azam is tantamount to taking side with those who committed genocide as well as expressing no confidence in the court,’ it said.
The statement said that the Turkish president should keep in mind that the first genocide of the past century was committed in Turkey where 15 lakh Armenians were killed between 1919 and 1921 and the Armenians had been demanding trial of the genocide for about 100 years.
‘Turkey is still killing the Kurds indiscriminately. It is natural that the country which itself committed genocide, will speak against the trial and punishment of the people facing the same charges in another country,’ the statement said.
The Nirmul Committee leaders alleged that Abdullah Gul’s political life began with his opposition to Kamal Ataturk’s secular Turkey and Gul’s party was closely linked to different fundamentalist and militant groups, including Muslim Brotherhood that believed in killing political rivals in the name of Islam.

http://www.newagebd.com/detail.php...

Abdullah Gul and Erdogan are both anti-Ataturk and are from a fundamentalist, extremist background.

Millions of Turks hate these two thugs and bullies.
Dander

Sydney, Australia

#11 Dec 28, 2012
Looks like IT remnant turk has no friends other than an other denialist turk!
Tit for tat

Dhaka, Bangladesh

#12 Dec 28, 2012
They killed in 71, we kill now. They rape in 71 we rape now as revenge. They don't rape in fair way, why we have to in fair way. They were not transparent in killing then why we have to arrange a transparent trial? I don't know why we are wasting time putting efforts to show 'Justice'!
Bengal_Tiger

London, UK

#13 Dec 29, 2012
Gul and Erdogan thought they were being clever by bullying an "insignificant" Muslim country.

1. The Bangladeshi government will not give multi-billion dollars to Turkey now due to the AKP regime's actions.

These deals will go to China, Japan or India but definitely not Turkey.

2. The AKP regime must apologize for their actions.

I support the expulsion of the Turkish ambassador if they do not apologize.
Nice tribunal

Mclean, VA

#14 Dec 31, 2012
Minister Suranjit said by year 13 all 14 accused will be hanged!

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