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With the passing of Senator Ted Kennedy, Bangladesh lost a very dear friend

With the passing of Senator Edward Kennedy, Bangladesh lost a very dear friend

A.H. Jaffor Ullah

In 1971, Senator Edward Kennedy was only 39 years but he was astute enough to realize that a terrible genocide has taken place in erstwhile East Pakistan by the marauding and occupational army of Pakistan. The spate of mass […]

Bar Moudud Ahmed, May I Have Your Attention Please

Declaration of Independence

Bar Moudud Ahmed, May I Have Your Attention Please

By Shazzad Khan

 

The purpose of this write-up is to draw attention of Bar Moudud Ahmed (afterwards Bar Moudud) and share with him some information and put before him some questions and logics for his kind reply, if he pleases. Through Bar Moudud I am also […]

By |July 13th, 2009|1971 genocide, Bangladesh, Liberation war|3 Comments

From Bangladesh to Darfur: Racism among Muslims

How internalised racism has permitted lighter skinned
Muslims to slaughter their darker skinned co-religionists.

Speech by Tarek Fatah
The Durban Review Conference
Geneva, Switzerland

Dear NGO colleagues and delegates,

I speak to you deeply disappointed that my colleague Milly Nsekalije, a survivor of the Rwandan massacre could not share her story with all of you because in the eyes of some […]

By |April 24th, 2009|1971 genocide, Bangladesh, Human Rights, Politics|13 Comments

Bangladesh Genocide was presented in GU Convention

Monmouth University of New Jersey hosted Global Understanding Convention at its campus on April 6th to understand the roots of all previous genocides. Dr. Nuran Nabi, a freedom Fighter of Bangladesh liberation war and currently a councilman of Plainsboro Township of New Jersey, was invited to speak on Bangladesh genocide during 1971. Dr. Skenderi of […]

By |April 15th, 2009|1971 genocide, Bangladesh, Liberation war|2 Comments
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