IF ALAL GOES RIGHT, DULAL GOES LEFT.
[This] “death squad” was the BNP-Jamaat government’s gift to the nation, a gift that has been nurtured and defended by two successive governments [Caretaker Government 07-08, Awami League 09-14], each … Continue reading
What immense power. Shoot, kill, no questions asked, that’s RAB’s modus operandi. A death squad. Period. Albeit, a highly vengeful one. As, also, are their apologists… Lonkay gele shobai Rabon … Continue reading
From crossfire, to encounter, to cold-blooded murder. By members of the law-enforcement agencies. Accountable to none. Apparently carrying out government instructions to quell political opposition. Apparently hiring out their services, … Continue reading
By Adil Mahmood for AlaloDulal An important point often missed in heated discussions on Border Killings is our national culture – that we share with our giant democratic neighbour – … Continue reading
Writing this blog was extremely difficult. Because this blog forced me to watch part of some gruesome videos of public lynching and listen to some poor soul’s last cries for … Continue reading
Some religious rituals have taken a deeper root in our Bengali Muslim culture than the others. Despite aggression of Wahhabi traits and anti- Sufi onslaught, two rituals, Kulkhani – a Sufi … Continue reading
Sailendra Nath Biswas Sailen , head of the extremist organisation New Biplobi Communist Party, was shot dead in what RAB called to be a ‘crossfire’ early on Saturday.
Human Rights Watchdog, Human Rights Watch released this statement to express concern at growing number of enforced disappearances of opposition political leaders and activists. The rise in disappearances, particularly of … Continue reading