A death in Gulshan, and a hysteria in the ether
by Shams Al-Majhi
The problem(s) for a nation with weak state, befuddled civil society, and eviscerated public intellectuals is that anyone and everyone can use your territory for their own project.
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Is private grieving even possible in a time of daily deaths caused by two families’ refusal to speak to each other? Continue reading “Death of Arafat Rahman Koko: Private Grief, Public Moment”
“Astonished” is only suitable from the mouths of children. The city middle class calls Hefazat’s giant rally as “never before” or “first shock”– but this is a document of an amnesiac self-centered psyche. From this type of reaction, you cannot … Continue reading Hefazat & Casual Middle Class’s Politics-Desire