Monthly Archives: July 2013

A DREAM THAT WAS BENGAL – A LAND FOR THE BENGALI !!!

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– WHAT IS AT STAKE –

– WHAT IS AT STAKE – Only the Awami League can put Bangladesh back on track, argues Sajeeb Wazed Over the past two years we have heard many times how our politics needs a revolutionary change. We need to throw … Continue reading

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DESTABILIZATION OF THE MIDDLE EAST AND CENTRAL ASIA

CLEARING THE ARC OF CRISIS: DESTABILIZATION OF THE MIDDLE EAST AND CENTRAL ASIA PROJECT FOR A NEW MIDDLE EAST/ ARAB SPRING By Andrew Gavin Marshall Introduction The recent attacks in Mumbai, while largely blamed on Pakistan’s state-sponsored militant groups, represent the latest … Continue reading

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Asia, Africa and Latin America: The Tide of the People’s Anti-Imperialist Revolutionary Struggle is Irresistible

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PATRICE LUMUMBA

COLLECTED SPEECHES AND WRITINGS OF PATRICE LUMUMBA  by Alexandra Valiente (1958) Patrice Lumumba, “Speech at Accra” On December 11, 1958, 34 year old Patrice Lumumba, president of the Congolese National Movement, spoke at the Assembly of African Peoples, an international Pan African … Continue reading

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Plans for Redrawing the Middle East – ARAB SPRING

PLANS FOR REDRAWING THE MIDDLE EAST Mahdi Darius Nazemroaya The term “New Middle East” was introduced to the world in June 2006 in Tel Aviv by U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice (who was credited by the Western media for … Continue reading

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War and the Cradle of Civilization: Spinning “Humanitarian Invasions”, from The Nile to The Euphrates and Beyond

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KWAME NKRUMAH : I SPEAK OF FREEDOM

KWAME NKRUMAH : I SPEAK OF FREEDOM  Alexandra Valiente Kwame Nkrumah, 1961 For centuries, Europeans dominated the African continent. The white man arrogated to himself the right to rule and to be obeyed by the non-white; his mission, he claimed, was … Continue reading

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Who patronizes the extremists in Bangladesh?

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WHO PATRONIZES THE EXTREMISTS IN BANGLADESH? PUBLISHED ON APRIL 02, 2006 SHABBIR AHMED As of this moment, Bangladesh is going through some rough weather after the recent spate of bomb blasts in…

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Islamic Extremism In Bangladesh: A Set-Back, But Not Yet A Defeat – Analysis

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ISLAMIC EXTREMISM IN BANGLADESH: A SET-BACK, BUT NOT YET A DEFEAT – ANALYSIS – B. RAMAN – The Shabag movement of Dhaka, which is also referred to as Bangladesh Spring, has been…

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WB Report on the Goodness of Qoumi Madrassahs (2009)

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WB REPORT ON THE GOODNESS OF QOUMI MADRASAHS  – FARIDA MAJID – The news of a new World Bank report on Quomi madrassahs in Bangladesh, published on 9th May, 2009 on the front…

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Religious Extremism and Nationalism in Bangladesh (2006)

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 RELIGIOUS EXTREMISM AND NATIONALISM IN BANGLADESH BERTIL LINTNER When East Pakistan broke away from the main western part of the country to form Bangladesh in 1971, it was in opposition to the…

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BNP/JAMAAT Rule 2001-06 – Humanity Assassinated: Ethnic Cleansing of Minorities in Islamic Bangladesh

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HUMANITY ASSASSINATED: Ethnic Cleansing of Minorities in Islamic Bangladesh A horror picture of sufferings, persecution and ethnic-cleansing of Hindus and other minorities in moderate Islamic Bangladesh…   BY  SUJIT DAS “The dead, it is said, do…

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THE SNAKE BEHIND THE ARAB SPRING

THE SNAKE BEHIND THE ARAB SPRING By Dr. Elias Akleh –  Intifada-Palestine.com Due to its important geopolitical location (linking Asian, African and European continents) and to its diversified rich natural resources the indigenous inhabitants of the Middle Eastern region had been subjected … Continue reading

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FREEDUMB & DEMOCRAZY

FREEDUMB & DEMOCRAZY By Sharmine Narwani – al-akhbar Freedom and democracy. How I have come to loathe this phrase. Two-lofty-words-and-a-conjunction bandied around by handmaidens of Empire: verbal grenades that can gut entire nations. When I hear “freedom and democracy” I instinctively look for … Continue reading

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The People’s Agreement

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The Lion Of Africa Killed In Combat

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For All the Ladies …. Fashion for the next SUMMER SEASON ….

For All the Ladies …. Fashion for the next SUMMER SEASON ….

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COMING DAYS …..

                       

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BLASPHEMY LAW IN BANGLADESH

– BLASPHEMY LAW IN BANGLADESH – Written By Bhaskar Blasphemy in Islam has no reference in Qur’an and Hadith. This is a later creation of Jurists (Ulema). The Ulema are a power hungry lot. They exert authority on all aspects of Muslims’ lives. … Continue reading

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