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1971 Bangladesh Pakistan War Criminals
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Dhaka Univ Staff Dalal List
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Types of Criminals
Pakistani Discrimination
Birth of a Nation by Gen. Ziaur Rahman
Declaration of Independence
Instrument of Surrender
The Evils of Moududism and Jamaat
Jinnah's Progeny - Punishment for Hypocrisy
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This picture is a very intersting one.  It displays three types of criminals in one shot.  Matiur Rahman Nijami - one who actively participated in the murders and rapes of inncocent bangalees, Khaleda Zia - one who did not participate in the crimes but was with the Pakistani criminal officers during the war, and Sadek Hossain Khoka - one who claims to participate as a freedom fighter in the war, but in later stages sold his soul to the war criminal entities.
Khaleda Zia's role during the war was a very controversial one.  Some suspect she voluntarily stayed back with the Pakistani officers since all the other wives of the freedom fighting officers and soldiers went to India or into hiding.  Valiant freedom fighter Mofazzal Hossain Chowdhury Maya Bir Bikram, leader of Crack Platoon No.2 Sector, reported after the war that she replied "ekhaney besh achchi (I am very well here)" when she was offered a way to escape from the cantonment.  Zia's refusal to accept her at first after the war raised that suspicion too.  It was Bangabandhu's direct involvement and insistence that Zia later relented and took her back.  But Zia never accepted her wholeheartedly and she maintained a very obscure life during Zia's dictatorial presidency.  Her now all powerful family members were nowhere to be seen when Zia was in power.  During her power from 91 to 96, she sent an official prime minister level letter of condolence on a Paki officer's death, who was just a Major and in Dhaka cantonment during the war.  This unprecedented act (prime minister of a state sending letter of condolence on the death of an officer of an invading army) then raised a lot of eyebrows, but later like many of her other abominable acts was put into silence.  Her intense love for Pakistan further hardens the suspicion about her intimacy with the pakistani officers.

From kitchen to power, the highest rise a person can imagine to achieve in one's life is Khaleda Zia's life.  This is possible only in Bangladesh where among a large section of people, anti-liberation war criminials are considered as heroes and Pakistanis as abba-hujurs.  After all this is a country where the head of the state celebrates her made-up birthday on 15th of August, the day the country's founding president was brutally murdered with his wife, sons (the youngest one was eight years old), pregnant daughter-in-laws, and many other people.  Not a single supporter of the current government considers this lower-than-the-lowest act as an evil one.  They should ask an genuine Alim (not the evil Jamate Islami mullahs) about the monstrosity of this act and whether a muslim can celebrate his or her made-up birthday on another muslim's day of mourning just to hurt his/her feelings.
Khaleda Zia's dates of birth:
August 5, 1944 (Marriage certificate); September 5, 1946 (transcript); August 19, 1947 (record of prime ministerial oath); August 15, 1947 (press secretary); August 15, 1946 (application form - electoral candidacy).
As one notable author noted: There is no harm in celebrating birthday of Khaleda Begum by her admirers and BNP.  But what embarrasses us as to her choice of 15th August to celebrate her birthday.  This she did only when Awami League came to power and officially started observing 15th August as national mourning day.  On earlier days Begum Zia's birthday was observed on a different day. Obviously to observe 15th August as her birthday all on a sudden bewildered many and surely there was obvious mean motive behind it.  People say that she has three or four date(s) of birth.  When she became PM of Bangladesh her bio-data as supplied to the Government record books had a different date, it is alleged. It is rumored, her school certificate shows yet another date, and in her last passport she gave another date of birth.  As far as I remember a case was filed against her by a civilian for giving misinformation if her date of birth is really 15th August. Learned and aged journalist ABM Musa, as far as I remember wrote a very interesting and humorist article in Janakantha (?) on the matter saying everyone has the right to choose his or her birthday as he or she really does not know when he or she came to earth. Only parents can throw some light, but alas Khaleda Begum is an orphan in that sense!  But let us hope this time she sticks to the latest one.

Mannan was a BNP and JP minister.  Sabur worked closely with BNP founder dictator Zia.

Anwar Zahid is a TOP BNP Leader

Another TOP BNP Leader
Tarek and Mujahid
Tarek Zia in war criminal Jama'at/Shibir seminar. This was where he made the notorious declaration, "BNP and Jama'at belong to the same family and we are now inseparable."




Criminals - Hardcore criminals of 1971 -Moilana Nijami, and Ali Ahsan Mujahid with their sponsor pro-Pakistani Khaleda Zia.  One should feel sorry for the Bangladeshi Muslims.
Other BNP war criminals: 1. Shah Azizur Rahman - Dictator Zia's Prime Minister, deceased in 1988, 2. Julmat Ali Khan - ex-Vice President, BNP, 3. Razia Fayez, 4. Abdul Alim - Dictator Zia's minister. (Not Pictured)
Not long ago criminal Amini boasted, "Amra sobai Taliban, Bangla hobe Afghan" (We are all taliban, Bangla will be Afghan) in a big meeting with many in the current Bangladeshi government.  He himself is a partner in the present Bangladeshi anti-liberation pro-war-criminals coalition government.  During the previous government rule, the students of his Madrassa beat a police officer to death in front of him in the Masjid where he leads the prayer in Mohammadpur. 
It looks like in Bangladesh all the anti-liberation criminals are born with special privileges which entitle them to commit any crimes without any repercussion.  The word "gratefulness" has long ago been replaced by the word "nimok haramee" in some Bangladeshi Muslims' conscience.  Because of the birth of Bangladesh, mere house wives became prime ministers, the Bangladeshi officers who could not become colonel in Pakistan army became generals (two even became Presidents).  But the people who genuinely struggled and suffered for the most part of their lives were brutally murdered long time ago.  Bangladesh is the only country where four of its national leaders were brutally murdered inside the prison cell in November, 1975.  Any attempt to try the criminals in court was blocked by dictator general Zia's ill-reputed indemnity bill that barred the killers from being brought to justice.  Bangladesh is the only country in the world where this type of bill was ever approved in the parliament.  But the sadder part is many people in Bangladesh do not have any concept of conscience, ethics and morality. For five years in a row, the country has shamelessly topped the most corrupt nations list.

Thousands of hardcore war criminals were in the prison before the murder of Bangabandhu, and Zia's ascension to power. Many people think Bangabandhu forgave all the war criminals. It was totally untrue. The greatest criminal Golam Ajam had to take shelter in Pakistan. The other big criminals like Moilana Matiur Rahman Nijami and Ali Ahsan Mujahid were either rotting in the prison or took shelter in Pakistan, the safehaven of 1971 war criminals and 1975 murderers. It was Dictator Zia who set all the hardcore war criminals FREE. He even brought Golam Ajam back from Pakistan. By freeing and bringing back the war criminals, and by rewarding the August 15th and November 3rd Dhaka Central Jail murderers, Zia proved that he was the greatest of all Mir Jafars (meaning the greatest betrayer) in the world. Zia also proved that he was actively involved or behind-the-scene plotter in both of those heinous murder cases (Aug 15 and Nov 3, 1975). Had he not been involved, he would have taken some punitive action against those murderers. Instead Zia promoted them and gave all of them very lucrative foreign service jobs (hint hint). The notorious and shameful indemnity bill was passed in parliament during Zia's rule which made it impossible to legally prosecute all those murders. Khuni (murderer) Zia was his appropriate title.  But unfortunately a large segment of people in Bangladesh revere him with high respect. This is a shameful legacy of some Bangladeshi Muslims and unfortunately, many of whom are very well-educated and religious.