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Jamaat's monetary engines

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Submitted by guest_writer on Fri, 01/03/2013 - 3:47am

Have you ever thought about the origin of Jamaat's power which lets them commit such a massive terror throughout the country? How can they hire this multi-million dollar lobbying firm? Along with foreigners like Sharmila Bose, Tobi Kadman, and David Bergman, how do they control national traitors such as Kader Siddiqui, Pias Karim, Farhad Mazhar, and Asif Nazrul?

How many people died in 1971? ("The missing number")

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Submitted by nazmul09 [Guest] on Mon, 25/02/2013 - 3:58am

So, how many people died in 1971?

Ban Jamaat for the Sake of Democracy

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Submitted by guest_writer on Sat, 23/02/2013 - 11:05am

For those of us, who learned about our liberation war of 1971 through history books or from our parents, the 2013's Shahbag has a different, unique and important meaning. Don't get me wrong, nothing can be compared with '71, nothing at all.

Bangladesh Needs “Genocide Denial Act", Similar To Holocaust Denial Legislation, To Stop Anti-‘71 Groups

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Submitted by A Mother [Guest] on Fri, 22/02/2013 - 8:38pm

It is a matter of great regret and anguish that, with the up-rise of Shahbag generation, some news papers in Bangladesh are openly utilizing the power of press in creating unrest and anarchy in the country. The distortion of news to create sensation is not uncommon in Bangladesh. Many under-radar news papers and magazines exaggerate and twist facts to attract readers and to increase their circulation. This type of yellow journalism, although considered unprofessional and unethical, was overlooked from the freedom of press notion. But some recent media involvement in the prosecution of war criminals of 1971 war of independence, the attempt to manipulate prosecutorial process, the spreading of historical lies in favor of the charged war criminals, leaking insider information of the ongoing prosecution and finally defamation of the brutally killed blogger Rajib Haider through unsubstantiated, inciteful and dubious posts crossed all boundaries of decency, ethics or even legal limits.

Blogger Rajib’s Blood- A National Debt

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Submitted by rataswaraniya [Guest] on Tue, 19/02/2013 - 8:00pm

Freedom of thoughts and speech is a fundamental right and it does not require the thinker or speaker to be believer or atheist. But if this purposefully goes for subversive and anti-state occurrences, of course, that’s not the rights.

Faith in Bangladeshis: Lost

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Submitted by Lyonsbane [Guest] on Sat, 16/02/2013 - 12:56pm

As some of you may be aware, a prominent blogger of Bangladesh was murdered today. Ahmed Rajib, 35 -- better known by his online identity Thaba Baba (the claw) – was found dead near his home in Dhaka's Pallabi suburb, with his head hacked apart with a machete.

Ban Jamaat/Shibir

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Submitted by guest_writer on Sat, 16/02/2013 - 6:06am

[justify]What will happen if you speak out for democratic rights of the Nazis in any street in any country of Europe? Even the biggest evangelist of democracy will shove the flag of democracy right through your back. What if you go and complain to some human rights organization that the Nazi's are being deprived of human rights?


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Submitted by guest_writer on Tue, 12/02/2013 - 11:14pm

This is our time to show that we fought for our country when she needed us.

I am a bit upset about the state of our fellow Bangladeshi’s patriotism following the event in Altab Ali Park in London to show support in favour or the trail of the war crime in Bangladesh. A very personal point of view.

Religion : An Obsession

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Submitted by arfias on Fri, 28/12/2012 - 6:16pm

Religion makes us feel special. It comforts us with the idea that we are superior than other species on earth. It gives some fancy misconceptions about reality and physical world. We like to think ourselves special. We like to think that we have a greater purpose in our life. We fantasize about afterlife. That hallucinates us from the very truth, the reality.