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Ghulam Azam shifted to CCU

Ghulam Azam shifted to CCU

Former Jamaat-e-Islami chief Ghulam Azam, who is serving 90-year imprisonment for war crimes, was shifted to coronary care unit (CCU) of Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujib Medical University (BSMMU) this morning after complaining breathing problem. Azam, now 92, was taken to the CCU from BSMMU Prison Cell around 10:30am after he complained of respiratory problem, ,...

144 Ctg Jamaat men charged with attacking cops

144 Ctg Jamaat men charged with attacking cops

Police today pressed charges against 144 leaders and activists of Jamaat-e-Islami and its student wing Islami Chhatra Shibir for attacking law enforcers in the port city of Chittagong in 2012. The defendants have also been charged with snatching around 20 rounds of bullet from police and vandalising a police vehicle on November 18, 2012,...

Vandalism, Attacking Cops

154 Jamaat, Shibir men face trial

A Dhaka court yesterday framed charges against 154 leaders and activists of Jamaat-e-Islami and its student wing Islami Chhatra Shibir in a case filed in connection with torching, vandalising vehicles and attacking police personnel in the capital last year. Metropolitan Magistrate Tareq Mainul Islam Bhuiyan of Speedy Trial Court-6 also fixed October 12 to start the trial in the case. However, 62 of the accused including, Shibir president Delwar Hossain Sayeedi and Jamaat Assistant General Secretary Dr Shafiqul Islam Masud, pleaded...

Jamaat received Indian fund for anti-govt agitation: Report

Jamaat received Indian fund for anti-govt agitation: Report

Indian detectives have learnt that a portion of multi-crore chit fund was used to fan agitation against the Awami League government in Bangladesh and Jamaat-e-Islami is among the groups that received the fund, an Indian newspaper has reported. Saradha Group chairman Sudipto Sen, prime accused in the multi-crore chit fund scam, funded political parties...

Ctg Jamaat man hurt in 'gunfight'

A Jamaat-e-Islami man sustained bullet injuries in a “gunfight” between police and Jamaat-Shibir cadres in Satkania upazila of Chittagong on Sunday night. Police arrested three people, including bullet-hit Shahidul Alam alias Pagla Shahid, 30, from the spot and recovered two firearms, four cartridges, four bullets and a cleaver from their possession. The two others are Md Borhan, 18, and Sayem Farhad, 20. Mahmudul Hai, inspector (Investigation) of Satkania Police Station, said acting on a tip-off, police conducted a drive in Babunagar Asrayan...

WAR CRIMES

Law minister rejects demand of trial in third country

Law minister rejects demand of trial in third country

The law minister today rejected a suggestion of holding trial of 1971 war crimes in another country, terming it "unrealistic" and "unreasonable". The lawyers of Jamaat-e-Islami leaders who are facing war crimes charges allegedly made the suggestion during their meeting with US ambassador-at-large for war crimes issues Stephen Rapp at a hotel in Dhaka...

Sangram editor, 3 others face contempt rule

Sangram editor, 3 others face contempt rule

A tribunal in Dhaka today issued contempt of court rules against Editor of Bangla daily Sangram Abul Asad and three others for making comments about a sub-judice matter on the war crimes trial of Jamaat-e-Islami leader ATM Azharul Islam. The International Crimes Tribunal-1 passed the order when the counsel for Azharul, assistant secretary general...

STRANGER THAN FICTION

Muslim Brotherhood, Jamaat-e-Islami and global jihad

Muslim Brotherhood, Jamaat-e-Islami and global jihad

JEWS and Christians ... should be forced to pay Jizya [poll tax] in order to put an end to their independence and supremacy so that they should not remain rulers and sovereigns in the land. These powers should be wrested from them by the followers of the true Faith [Islam], who should assume...

Khaleda attends Jamaat Ifter

Khaleda attends Jamaat Ifter

BNP chairperson Khaleda Zia today said the BNP-led 20-party alliance has the support of ninety-five percent people who are united and ready to save the country from the hands of Sheikh Hasina’s “repressive and killer government.” “The country is in grave crisis at present and people are united to get rid of the situation....

Nizami’s health not stable yet: Report

Nizami’s health not stable yet: Report

The health condition of war crimes accused Motiur Rahman Nizami has been improved but it’s not stable yet, jail authorities said in a health report today. The registrar office of International Crimes Tribunal received the report around 3:00pm, AKM Nasiruddin Mahmud, registrar of the ICT, told The Daily Star. The jail authorities sent the report to the ICT in response to an order from the Tribunal-1, which was scheduled to announce verdict in the war crimes case against Nizami on Tuesday. But it deferred the date due to his illness. The 71-year-old former lawmaker and minister is facing 16 charges including looting, killing, rape, arson, torture and confinement of people during the Liberation...

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