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From ICSF (International Crimes Strategy Forum) page:
BRITISH BANGLADESHI POWER 100 list has been released. Problematic concept (“Power”), fuzzy categories, and bizarro inclusions (Gaffar Chowdhury!), but here it is– for blog dissection.
1. Irene Zubaida Khan
Human Rights Activist
Irene is Chancellor of University of Salford and in 2001 she was the first woman, the first Asian, and the first Muslim to guide the world’s largest human rights organization, Amnesty International as its seventh Secretary General. Continue reading
BY NINA PORZUCKI ⋅ NOVEMBER 2, 2012 ⋅
Barbershop in Queens, New York (Photo: Nina Porzucki)
Once a month Zain Ahmed treks from the Upper East Side of Manhattan to a windowless basement shop in Jackson Heights, Queens, just to get his haircut. “I take 3 or 4 trains just to get here,” says Ahmed. “That’s dedication, right?”
Bangladeshi-American Sal Khan on cover of Forbes magazine.
“I, the other, the uniquely dressed, the lone man in these hours, I speak of humanity,” Ferdaus told the court. “No dehumanisation can serve as justification for inhumanity in other places.“