Three killed, 5 injured in Bangladesh bomb attack

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  1. ifii

    ifii Tihar Jail Banned

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    DHAKA, Nov 13 (Reuters) - At least three people were killed and five, including a lawmaker of the ruling party, injured in a suicide bomb attack in Bangladesh on Saturday, police said. [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG]

  3. Rage

    Rage DFI TEAM Stars and Ambassadors

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    A suicide bomb attack at the residence of an Awami League supporter?

    What is this country coming to?
  4. Ray

    Ray The Chairman Defence Professionals Moderator

    Apr 17, 2009
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    Nothing surprising.

    The Khaleda Zia faction and government have released on Bangladesh a whole lot of pro Pakistani and fundamentalists so as to have her vote bank secure. It must be remembered that her husband was a Pakistani Army Major and the Pakistani Army is quite brainwashed in fundamentalism. Kiyani and the ISI are good examples. Nothing wrong actually if you see it from a Pakistani point of view. Pakistani have failed Jinnah and with the Army, especially during the Zia period converted the Army into fundamentalist zealots. This has led to the total collapse of Pakistan, because while being religious is not wrong, yet to bring religion and its rules evolved in the Middle Ages into every facet of governance including the Army, rids the Nation of reality and realpolitik, resulting in chaos. It is being experienced in Pakistan today, where Muslims are fighting Muslims and the moderates having realised the folly are hard at work to reform the historical aberrations which has indoctrinated the Pakistanis with all falsehood at their command.

    This legacy was inherited by the Pakistan Military men who came over to Bangladesh on its liberation and BNP only cemented it, wherein the Razakkars who killed the Bangladeshis during the Liberation found rebirth and churned fundamentalism to a frenzy in Bangladesh. Similar chaos as in Pakistan visited Bangladesh in the bargain, till Sheik Hasina came to power.

    Sheik Hasina and Awami League, while being no angels, were pragmatists. The military interim govt under a quasi civilian leadership realised that unbridled fundamentalism would sink a poor country like Bangladesh into further illiteracy and chaos. They commenced changing the face and ethos of Bangladesh mindset. This was spurred on by the newly elected Awami League govt. Fundamentalists like Bangla bhao were tried and some hanged. Their Supreme Court went one step higher and declared that the conversion of a Secular Bangladesh to an Islamic Republic was illegal as per the Constitution.

    It has obviously upset the fundamentalist and BNP's apple cart.

    They are hard at ensuring chaos in Bangladesh.

    To know more of what people in Bangladesh are thinking one could go to:
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    Ray The Chairman Defence Professionals Moderator

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    Ray The Chairman Defence Professionals Moderator

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    The list of top collaborators of 1971 and their present whereabouts

    A. Members of the Central Peace Committee
    1. Khwaja Khairuddin, Leader of the Pakistan Muslim League.
    2. AGM Shafiqul Islam Advocate, Lahore High Court. Runs business in Bangladesh.
    3. Golam Azam Former Ameer of Jamaat-e-Islami. Retired last year conferring party leadership to his worthy associate Nizami, head of death squad in 1971.
    4. Moulana Syed Mohammad Leading member of the central Majlis of the Bangladesh Ittehadul Ummah.
    5. Mahmud Ali state minister for social welfare, government of Pakistan.
    6. MAK Rafiqul Islam No information.
    7. Abdul Jabbar Khaddar Deceased.
    8. Yusuf Ali Chowdhury (Mohan Miah) Had a natural death during the liberation war.
    9. Abul Kashem Had a natural death after liberation.
    10. Gulam Sarwar: Leader of the Jamaati organization in London, the Dawatul Islam; Director of the London based Islamic institute.
    11. Syed Azizul Huq:(Nanna Miah)Leader of the Jatiyo Party, and member of Parliament.
    12. ASM Solaiman: Chairman, Bangladesh Krishak Sramik Party.
    13. Peer MohsenuddinDudu Miah)Vice Chairman, Bangladesh Democratic League
    14. Sharq Rahman: Chairman, Islamic Democratic League
    15. Major (Rtd) Afsaruddin:Convener, Bangladesh Ganatantra
    Bastabayan Parishad; Chairman, National Democratic Party; former presidential candidate.
    16. Syed Mohsin Ali:Industrialist; former Chairman Stock
    Exchange; former Director, IFIC bank.
    17. Fazlul Huq Chowdhury: Had a natural death after liberation
    18. Mohd. Sirajuddin: Industrialist; Chairman of the Dhaka City
    Muslim League.
    19. AT Sadi: Retired advocate of Bangladesh Supreme Court
    20. Ataul Huq Khan: Vice Chairman, Bangladesh Muslim
    21. Maqbulur Rahman: Businessman.
    22. Mohammad Aqil: Acting Chairman, Bangladesh Nezam e Islam.
    23. Principal Ruhul Quddus: Member of the central working
    committee, Jamaat e Islam.
    24. Nuruzzaman: Industrialist; Director Islamic Development
    25. Moulana Miah Mafizul Huq: Member, central Majlis, Bangladesh Ittehadul Ummah.
    26. Abu Salek: Senior Advocate, Bangladesh Supreme
    27. Abdun Naim Had a natural death after liberation
    28. Moulana Siddique Ahmed:Member, central Majlis, Bangladesh Ittehadul Ummah.
    29. Abdul Matin:Secretary general, Bangladesh Muslim League.
    30. Barrister Akhtaruddin Ahmed Resident in Saudi Arabia
    Adviser Saudi International Law
    31. Toaha Bin Habib Industrialist; member, Central Majlis e Shura, Bangladesh Khelafat Andolan.
    32. Irtezaur Rahman Akhunzada: Deceased
    33. Raja Tridev Roy A Pakistani citizen. Runs business at Karachi.
    34. Faiz Bakhsh Chairman, Bangladesh Muslim League
    B. Leaders of the Central Peace and Welfare Council
    1. Moulana Farid Ahmed Disappeared immediately after liberation.
    2. Nuruzzaman Former director Imam Training Course, Islamic
    3. Moulana Abdul Mahnan Former Minister for Religious Affairs.
    4. Julmat Ali Khan Vice Chairman, BNP
    5. AKM Mujibul Huq Industrialist.
    6. Firoz Ahmed No information.

    C. Members of the Malek Cabinet
    1. Abul KashemDeceased
    2. Nawazish Ahmed Chairman, Bangladesh Muslim League.
    D. The Central Committee of the Islami Chhatra Sangha (The Al-Badr High Command)
    1. Matiur Rahman Nizami, (All-Pakistan Chief)
    Assistant General Secretary, Jamaat-e-Islami.
    2. Ali Ahsan Mohd Mujahid(East Pakistan Chief); Ameer of Dhaka City, Jamat-e-Islami; Manager of the Weekly Sonar Bangla.
    3. Mir Kasem Ali: (He was at first head of the Chittagong district, then was ranked third in the line of command of Al-Badr); Deputy Amecr of Dhaka City Jamaat-e-Islami; Manager, Rabet-e-Alam (Bangladesh); Member (Administration) Ibn-e-Sina Trust.
    4. Mohd Yunus: Member of the Central Jamaat-e-Islami;
    Director-General, Majlis-e-Shura, Bangladesh Islami Bank; Director, Islami Social Welfare Association; Chairman, Muslim Business Society.
    5. Mohd Kamruzzaman: Chief organizer of AI-Badr; Press Secretary, Jamaat-elslami; Editor,Sonar Bangla.
    6. Ashraf Hussain: (Founder of the AI-Badr and head of the Mymensingh District Al-Badr, runs business in Dhaka.
    7. Mohd Shamsul Huq, Member of the Central Majlis-e-Shura, (head of the Dhaka City AI-Badr), Jamaat-e-Islami.
    8. Mustafa Showkat Imran, Disappeared immediately after liberation. One of the leaders of Dhaka City AI-Badr
    9. Ashrafuzzaman Khan: Member of the Dhaka City AI-Badr High Command, and "Chief Executor" of the intellectuals; serving in Saudi Arabia.
    10. A. S. M. Ruhul Quddus: One of the leaders of the Dhaka City AI-Badr; Member of the Majlis-e-Shura, Jamaat-e-Islami
    11. Sardar Abdus Salam: Head of the Dhaka District AI-Badr;
    Secretary, Training, Jamaat-e-Islami.
    12. Khurram Jha Murad: Resident in London; Jamaat leader; active in organizing Jamaatis internationally.
    13. Abdul Bari: Chief of the Jamalpur AI-Badr; Serving in Dhaka.
    14. Abdul Hye Farooki: Chief of the Rajshahi District AI-Badr; runs business in Dubai.
    15. Abdul Zahir Mohd Abu Neser: Chief of the Chittagong District AI-Badr; Personal Assistant at the Saudi Embassy in Dhaka and Librarian.
    16. Matiur Rahman Khan: Chief of the Khulna District AI-Badr;
    Serving in Jeddah.
    17. Chowdhury Moinuddin: Operation in-charge in killing of the intellectuals; Special Editor of the London based weekly, Dawat; leader of the London-based Jamaat organisation, Dawatul Islam.
    18. Nur Mohd Malik: One of the leaders of the Dhaka City AI-Badr; whereabouts unknown.
    19. A. K. Mohd Ali: One of the leaders of the Dhaka City AI-Badr;
    whereabouts unknown.
    20. Mazharul Islam; Head of the Rajshahi District Al-Badr; Whereabouts unknown.
    E. Collaborating Academics:
    a. The Education Reform Committee Formed by Tikka Khan
    1. Dr. Syed Sajjad Hussain (Vice-Chancellor Rajshahi University)
    Former Professor, King Abdul Aziz University, Saudi Arabia; At present residing in Bangladesh.
    2. Dr. Hasan Zaman, Dept of Political Science, DU
    Died in Saudi Arabia.
    3. Dr. Mohar Ali, Dept of History, DU, Serving in Saudi Arabia.
    4. A. K. M. Abdur Rahman, Professor, Dept of Mathematics, DU.
    5. Abdul Bari, Vice-Chancellor, RU; Chairman, University Grants Commission; Member, Governing Body of the Islamic Foundation.
    6. Dr. Safiuddin Joardar: Deceased.
    7. Dr. Makbul Hussain: Living a retired life.

    b. Other Teachers of Dhaka University who were given compulsory leave after being charged with collaboration.
    1. Begum Akhtar Imam, Provost, Rokeya Hall. Bengali Dept. Living a retired life in Dhaka.
    2. Dr. Qazi Din Mohd: Dept of Arabic
    1. Dr. Mohammad Mustafizur Rahman: Serving at Dhaka University.
    2. Dr. Fatima Sadeque, Dept of Political Science
    1. Dr. Golam Wahid Chowdhury: Owns a Garment Industry in Dhaka.
    2. Dr. Rashiduzzaman: Employed in the U. S. A. (**)
    3. Dr. AKM Shahidullah, Serving at Dhaka University.
    4. AKM Jamaluddin Mustafa. Dept of Sociology, runs business in Dhaka.
    5. Md. Afsaruddin, Dept of Psychology (DU)
    6. Dr. Mir Fakhruzzaman, Dept of Physics Deceased.
    7. Dr. Md. Shamsul Islam, Dept of Pharmacy (DU)
    8. Dr. Abdul Jabbar, Dept of Statistics (DU)
    9. Dr. Mahbubuddin Ahmed, doing business in London
    2. Md. Obaidullah, Playwright; writes for Bangladesh Radio TV.

    c Institute of Educational Research
    1. Md. Habibullah, resident in Pakistan.
    2. Abdul Kadir Miah, Employed at Dhaka University.
    3. Dr. Shafia Khatun: Former minister and member Public service commission; employed at Dhaka University
    d. Physical Education Center
    1. Lt Col (Retd) Matiur Rahman, Dept of Journalism
    2. Atiquzzaman Khan, Dept of Urdu and Persian, deceased.
    3. Dr. Aftab Ahmed Siddqui, resident in Pakistan.
    4. Dr. Fazlul Kader, Dept of Law, no information.
    5. Nurul Momen, Dept of Islamic History, living in Dhaka.
    6. Dr. SM Imamuddin, Dhaka University Caretaker, resident in Pakistan
    7. SD Daliluddin, Dept of Botany (DU), deceased.
    8. Mohd Mahbubul Alam Jalaluddin, Serving in Pakistan.

    Several of those collaborating teachers were involved in the killing of the intellectuals. Many of their names were found in the diary of Ashrafuzzaman Khan, the Chief Executioner of the Al-Badr forces.

    e. Institute of Educational Research
    1.Nasir Ahmed, Upper Division Assistant, Chief Engineer Office
    2.Painter Zahir Khan, Engineering Office
    3.Peon Shahjahan, Salimullah Hall
    4.Peon Mohammad Mustafa.

    f. Teachers of Rajshahi University who were given compulsory leave after being charged with collaboration.
    1. Dr. Abdul Bari, Vice-Chancellor, Chairman, University Grants Commission.
    2. Dr. Golam Saqlain, Reader Professor, Dept of Bengali, Rajshahi University.
    3. Azizul Huq, Associate Professor, Dept of Bengali, Rajshahi University.
    4. Shaikh Ataur Rahman, Associate Professor, Dept of Bengali, Rajshahi University.
    5. Abdur Rahim Joardar, University Registrar, retired

    g. Teachers of Rajshahi University who were arrested on charges of collaboration.
    1. Mukbul Hussain, Professor, Dept of Commerce (RU)
    2. Ahmed Muhammad Patel, Chairman, Dept of Geography. Resident in Pakistan.
    3. Solaiman Mondol, Chairman & Professor, Dept of Economics (RU).
    4. Unman Bari Baghi, Associate Professor, Dept of Psychology.
    Resident in Pakistan
    5. Zillur Rahman, Reader, Dept of Law, Law Faculty, RU.
    6. Kalim A Sasrami, Associate Professor, Dept of Languages.
    h. Those who were charged with collaboration and fled away after independence.
    1. Ahmed Ullah Khan, Associate, Professor English Dept (RU).
    2. Ebne Ahmed One of the deputy registrars, former registrar, Islami University, Kushtia.
    (Dainik Bangla, October 3, 1973).
    Maulana Dawood

    "....Also intact: the alliance between Raza and Maulana Dawood, who had accompanied the Hyders to Karachi and who, once he was installed in the official residence of the new minister, at once distinguished himself by launching a vociferous public campaign against the consumption of prawns and blue-bellied crabs, which being scavengers, were as unclean as any pig, and which, although understandably unavailable in far-off Q., were both plentiful and popular in the capital by the sea. The Maulana was deeply affronted to find these armored monsters of the deep freely available in the fish markets, and succeeded in enlisting the support of urban divines who did not know how to object. The city's fishermen found that the sales of shellfish began to drop alarmingly, and were therefore obliged to rely more than ever on the income they gained from the smuggling of contraband goods. Illicit booze and cigarettes replaced blue crabs in the holds of many dhows. No booze or cigarettes found their into the Hyder residence, however. Dawood made unheralded raids on the servant's quarters to check that God was in charge.
    Shame: Salman Rushdie

    Liberation Museum
    Killers and Collaborators of 1971: An Account of Their Whereabouts, compiled and published by the Center for the Development of the Spirit of the Liberation War
    Commission on War Criminals of Bangladesh
    Saiduzzaman Raushan: Speeches and Statements of Killers & Collaborators of 1971

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