When A War Criminal Visiting USA

This the image of an evil - another Radovan Karadzic of Bangladesh. The only difference is unlike Karadzic, Abul Kalam Azad, an Islamist war criminal of Bangladesh was not in hiding. As a high profile "Islamic scholar" he is in the limelight in Bangladesh and for the last few years has been conducting Islamic theological program for a notable private television in Bangladeshi capital, NTV.


The same Abul Kalam Azad was a cold blooded murderer in the year 1971, when Bangladeshi people were fighting against brutal Pakistani occupational army. Azad was alleged to be directly involved in bringing Pakistani army in Faridpur district's Nagarkanda's Thandia village where the marauding army went on rampage and a killing spree. In one incident, the Pakistani army killed eleven unarmed civilians. Abul Kalam Azad was also alleged to rape two women. In 2001, Daily Janakantha published the testimonials of the victims tortured by this notorious Rajakar in its daily, no action was taken against him as the BNP-Jamat axis came into power. Here are the links of the articles published in Daily Janakantha in 2001:

  1. A graphic testimony of how Abul Kalam Azad tortured Bangladeshis in 1971
  2. Bangla Channel put off his broadcast
  3. Land lease that he lost due to protest

Now Abul Kalam Azad is on a Islamic tour in USA. He is supposed to stay in this country for at least two more weeks. Today, that is Friday, the 22nd of August, he was scheduled to deliver khutba (Islamic sermon) and was supposed to lead Jumma prayer in the most influential Bangladeshi mosque in Jamaica, New York. When the news of his program spread to the community, there was tremendous outrage and resentment among many Bangladeshi-Americans. People against his mosque participation argued with the mosque committee against his appearance and the argument went on till midnight. Ultimately, it was decided he would not lead the prayer, nor would he be allowed to deliver Khutba. This afternoon [Friday, the 22nd], the killer of 1971 quietly came to the mosque and prayed the Jumma prayer with others. Nonetheless, he was allowed to speak a few words. Not surprisingly, he did not stay in the mosque too long.

The Islamist war criminal of Bangladesh, Abul Kalam Azad did not have any problem getting U.S. visa. He is quite lucky to be born in a country, whose majority of the population are the most apathetical bunch of people of the world. His current U.S. schedule involves touring Michigan, Minnesota and a few other states where he would definitely give sermon on spirituality and godliness.

Courtesy: deshivoice

9 comments:

  1. are you absolutely sure about this. i didnt know this. i am shocked

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  2. Yes, you may check the source.

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  3. i have spoken to a freedom fighter personally, involved in the war at faridpur. the fighter is now an bangladeshi-american, and the above blog is confirmed to be accurate. this man, maulana azad, is indeed a war criminal.

    btw, im ratib. sth's wrong wid my pc, so i had to post under anonymous.

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  4. i have spoken to a freedom fighter personally, involved in the war at faridpur. the fighter is now an bangladeshi-american, and the above blog is confirmed to be accurate. this man, maulana azad, is indeed a war criminal.

    btw, im ratib. sth's wrong wid my pc, so i had to post under anonymous.

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  5. As I have heard that secular people speaks madly. He was a teenager during the Liberation war. He has arranged Press Conference and cleared his position in the circumstances. And if you are against Islam than you may remain in dark because.............

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  6. This is exactly what is forbidden in Islam. Spreading the word without any information what so ever. May all who defame anyone without any proper information, burn in hell and on this earth.
    Ameen.

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  8. I think this a malaun operated site. So, I must ignore this fales informations.

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  9. Independent researchers say around 300,000 (3 lacs) to 500,000 (5 lacs) died in 1971 Bangladesh war, then why common people in Bangladesh are misguided by their establishment and some from Inida that the numbers were around 3 millions? Independent researchers, R J Rummel for exammple, estimated that 150,000 non-Bengals were massacred by Awami League aligned militias, with a low estimate of 50,000 and a high estimate of 500,000. Why the common people in Bangladesh are being ignorant of this fact that Awami League aligned militia Mukti Bahini may have killed 500,000 (5 lacs) innocent non-Bengalis (Pakistanis) civilians? Indeed Pakistan army and some politicians of west Pakistan of that time made some serious mistakes and Pakistan must be ashamed of it but why common people in Bangladesh are not ashamed of the mass killings of innocent non Bangalis Pakistani civilians during the same war?
    Get more information from the following links:

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Genocides_in_history

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-south-asia-13417170

    http://www.aljazeera.com/indepth/opinion/2011/05/20115983958114219.html

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