The country’s sufferings earned Bangladeshis the respect of the world. But its constitutional architecture is a patchwork at risk of explosion.
The former Dutch MP led a fact-finding team to the Asian country. His conclusion: no more doubts are possible.
3,000,000 people killed, 400,000 women raped, tens of thousands abducted, 43,000 who were girls at the time still missing. Global Human Rights Defence’s movie calls for justice.
After a court sentenced an illiterate Hindu youth to ten years in jail, a mob tried to lynch another man for allegedly offending Prophet Muhammad.
A young Ahmadi Muslim university student from Ahmednagar, Northern Bangladesh, pays homage to the innocent victims of the fanatic enemies of FoRB.
In the U.S. and UK progress is being made, while in Europe it is the Netherlands that may take the lead.
A three-night attack by Muslim fanatics happened in daylight and in front of the police. It was not the first time, and may not be the last.
The persecuted Bangladeshi Christian preacher and blogger was denied refugee recognition—as it happens to many in Japan.
Attacks against temples and murders of devotees are not the products of local mobs only. Some political forces believe they can benefit from them.