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Second arrest warrant issued against Latif

Second arrest warrant issued against Latif

A Dhaka court today issued an arrest warrant against recently sacked minister Abdul Latif Siddique in a case filed against him for hurting Muslims' religious sentiments. Metropolitan Magistrate Meher Nigar Shuchona passed the order as Latif failed to appear before it as per its order issued earlier. The arrest warrant was issued four days after...

Olama Mashayekh Parishad seeks capital punishment to Latif

Olama Mashayekh Parishad seeks capital punishment to Latif

Several hundred people brought out a procession from Dhaka’s Baitul Mukarram mosque demanding capital punishment of Latif Siddique for his comments on hajj, Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) and Tablighi Jamaat.  Under the banner of Sammilito Olama Mashayekh Parishad, they brought out the procession from the north gate of the national mosque to Dainik Bangla intersection...

Latif to be dropped from cabinet, AL posts: PM

Latif to be dropped from cabinet, AL posts: PM

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina today said Abdul Latif Siddique will be removed from the cabinet and all the posts of Awami Lague for his comments on hajj, Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) and Tablighi Jamaat. “He will be dropped from the cabinet and party posts as hurting the religious sentiment of people by anybody is not...

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7 cases filed, courts issue summon against Latif Siddique

7 cases filed, courts issue summon against Latif Siddique

Separate courts in Dhaka and Chittagong today summoned Post and Telecommunications Minister Abdul Latif Siddique to appear before them in cases filed over hurting Muslims’ religious sentiments. Today, seven separate cases were filed against the minister for his comments on hajj, Prophet Muhammad, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina's son Sajeeb Wazed Joy, and Tablighi Jamaat...

YouTube ordered to take down anti-Muslim film

YouTube ordered to take down anti-Muslim film

A US appeals court ordered YouTube on Wednesday to take down an anti-Muslim film that sparked violent riots in parts of the Middle East and death threats to the actors. The decision by a divided three-judge panel of the 9th US Circuit Court of Appeals in San Francisco reinstated a lawsuit filed against YouTube...

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