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After Buddhist Temples now Hindu Temples come under attack

After Buddhist Temples now Hindu Temples come under attack

Bangladesh— Hours after rampaging through a Buddhist village in Cox’s Bazaar’s Ramu Upazila in the early hours, religious fanatics on Sunday launched attacks on Hindu temples and Buddhist monasteries in Patia at noon. “The attacks took place between noon and 1:30pm,” Acting Officer-in-Charge of the Patia Police Station Aminur Rashid told bdnews24.com. The police officer [...]

October 1, 2012 HHR Bangladesh, News updates Comments Off on After Buddhist Temples now Hindu Temples come under attack

Prosecution witness tells tales of torture: 1971

Prosecution witness tells tales of torture: 1971

Dhaka, May 27 — BNP lawmaker Salauddin Quader Chowdhury himself shot Nutan Chandra Singha dead in one of the operations he organised during the 1971 Liberation War to torture Hindus and drive them out of the country, a witness told the International Crimes Tribunal-1 on Sunday. ICT-1, formed to try crimes against humanity committed during [...]

May 28, 2012 HHR Bangladesh, News updates Comments Off on Prosecution witness tells tales of torture: 1971

The Hindu Genocide that Hindus and the World Forgot

The Hindu Genocide that Hindus and the World Forgot

When we can rise your voice for 2,000 Muslims killed in Gujarat, we must cry from the rooftops for 2.4 million Hindus killed in 1971 or the 250,000 Kashmiri Pandits forced out of their homes in Kashmir. Why do we not? Why were the guilty not brought to book? A crime like genocide usually involves [...]

May 9, 2012 HHR Bangladesh 2

Hindu Genocide in East Bengal ’71

Hindu Genocide in East Bengal ’71

Sen. Edward Kennedy The Bangladesh genocide of 1971 was basically directed at 3 sets of people: The Awami League was one target, along with leftist students, and then came the main target, the Hindus. they mostly got who they were targeting, especially the Hindu community of Bangladesh. The Pakistani strategy is evident from the following [...]

January 5, 2012 HHR Analysis/Insights, Bangladesh Comments Off on Hindu Genocide in East Bengal ’71

BNP and Bangladesh

BNP and Bangladesh

An early spring morning in Stoke-on-Trent sees Keshubhai, an elderly Asian gentleman, on his knees scrubbing the shutters of his shop. Keshubhai is clearly distressed – both by the unwelcome early morning exercise of scrubbing clean his shop shutters and also by the fact he is running late in opening up his shop. The early [...]

January 4, 2012 HHR Bangladesh Comments Off on BNP and Bangladesh