Monthly Archives: December 2013

Liberation at Last!

It’s the 42nd anniversary of the signing of the instrument of ”surrender” by the Pakistani army during the 1971 war. So what better way to celebrate the liberation of Pakist… we mean of ‘Bangladesh’ then a caption competition? It’s┬áLieutenant General … Continue reading

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The prison that is ‘Bangladesh’

The legendary journalist John Pilger on the nightmare of secular AwamNazi League run ‘Bangladesh‘ Once Moudud Ahmed defended the country’s independence leader, but now he is sick and in jail as the prime minister cracks down on opposition ahead of … Continue reading

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The Muslim Mandela

People all over the world have been in mourning following the passing of one of the world’s greatest heroes Nelson Mandela. Mandela is revered worldwide for his opposition to racism and fight for justice. An event largely ignored by the … Continue reading

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