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Fair dealing for thinkers` murder, Al-Badr commander get death penalty.


“The Al Badr squads were responsible for the brutal murder of those great souls, some of the finest minds of our race. As the Al-Badr commander, Mujaheed ordered the killings and participated in them,” Mujaheed, who is now the Secretary General of the Jamaat-e-Islami, faced seven charges of crimes against humanity. Five charges were proved.

The Guardian Has Received Libel Threat from 1971 War Criminal | Photo 02 by rashed hafiz
News of Mueen-Uddin ( a war criminal of Bangladesh ) in a national daily








This was to commemorate the War field comrades said, "I am pleased that we will only be happy when the verdict will be implemented. Jamayata sohould be evicted from the soil. Every war criminal should be hanged to make sure. "
"Mujahid - Son of the brutal tortured the prisoners`. Those who watched the scene at the same time they can not understand it. Today, they have the power to rajakarara hanging death penalty. "
International Criminal Tribunal brought the Jamaat leader Ali Ahsan Mujahid crimes against humanity in seven offence is proven. Three of that offence gets death penalty, life imprisonment of one to five years imprisonment and the other one is.
Mujahid said that the two cases do not have immunity.

 “The verdict is delayed justice for all those intellectuals and freedom fighters who were killed by Mujaheed or on his orders . It is also a slap on the faces of those who claim nothing much happened during 1971,” said Shahin, now executive editor of Dainik Ittefaq. (Ref-BDNews24.com)”
Here is a fun ;-
Death verdict is hundred percent INJUSTICES, is called by the leader of Albadar bahini Ali Ahsan Mohammad Mujahid badarabahinira during the liberation war in 1971. After the announcement of his death penalty which declared by the tribunal on Wednesday afternoon when he said the bars from the outside.
The war Mujahid claimed, "This sentence has been given to him because of the Islamic movement." Faridpur in 1971 was the time he claimed he would not.
Ref-Dhakaniuja 24 at / SD.
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Charge No 1

The first charge brought by the Prosecution says Ali Ahsan Muhammad Mujaheed, the leader of Islami Chhatra Sangha, was involved in the abduction of Sirajuddin Hossain, the then Executive Editor of the daily Ittefaq, on gunpoint as Hossain had written a newspaper article against the local agents of Pakistani Army.

On Dec 10, 1971, some seven to eight masked youths, armed with rifles abducted the journalist from his house at 5, Chamelibag, Dhaka. He had never returned since then nor was his body found.

The Jamaat top brass was charged for abetting, facilitating and contributing the actual commissioning of the offence of ‘abduction as crime against humanity’ under section 3 (2)(a)(g), sections 4(a), 4 (2) and 20 (2) of the International Crimes (Tribunal) Act 1973.

Charge No 2

One day in mid-May, 1971, the Pakistan Army and its local collaborators raided and torched some 300 houses belonged to people of Hindu community in Baidyadangi, Majhidangi, Baladangi villages under Faridpur’s Charvodrason Police Station.

Some 50 to 60 people were also gunned down by the attackers. Apart from Hammad Maulana of Faridpur town, some 8-10 non- Bengalis also took part in that operation against the unarmed people.

Mujaheed has been charged for his involvement in assisting and instigating the attack on a particular community as it is a punishable crime as per the sections 3(2)(a)(c)(G) and 4(1) of the International Crimes (Tribunal) Act 1973.

Charge No 3

In the first week of June, 1971, Razakars, held Ranjit Nath alias Babu Nath, son of late Ramesh Chandra Nath of Rathkhola under Kotwali Police station, district Faridpur from near the Khabashpur mosque of Faridpur town and took him to Pakistani Major Akram Quresi at Faridpur Old Circuit House.

Nath was then taken to the house of one Abdur Rashid situated on the eastern side of the ‘Bihari camp’ where he was confined and tortured with an intention to kill him. But, he, somehow, managed to escape.

Prosecution says Mujaheed was directly involved in the incident.

Charge No 4

Razakars abducted one Mohammad Yusuf alias Pakhi of East Goalchamat Khoda Bakshpur, PS: Kotwali, district: Faridpur from Alfadanga locality on July 26, 1971, suspecting him to be a freedom fighter. The Pakistan Army personnel intensified their torture on Pakhi after Mujaheed confirmed him to be a freedom fighter.

Pakhi was subjected to inhuman torture that resulted severe physical injury including fracture of bones.

Charge No 5

During the liberation war, composer Altaf Mahmud, Jahir Uddin Jalal, ‘Badi’, ‘Rumi’, ‘Jewel’ and ‘Azad’ were confined at an old MP Hostel in Dhaka’s Nakhalpara area.

On Aug 30, Ali Ahsan Mohammed Mujaheed and Matiur Rahman Nizami, the General Secretary and Chief of the ‘Al Badr’ went there and advised the Pakistani Army to kill them before they would claim presidential clemency.

Everyone, except, Jalal, was killed.

This is an act against humanity as per the sections 4(1) and 4(2) of the International Crimes (Tribunal) Act 1973.

Charge No 6

During the War of Independence in 1971, the Pakistani Army set up a camp at Mohammadpur Physical Training Institute in Dhaka. The members of Razakar and ‘Al-Badr’ used to receive their ‘training’ at that camp, known as ‘torture camp’.

Mujaheed being the Secretary of the then East Pakistan Islami Chhatra Sangha used to visit the camp regularly with his co-leaders with intent to annihilate the ‘Bengalee population’, used to plan and conspired with the senior Pakistani army officers of the camp. Following such conspiracy and planning, ‘killings of intellectuals’ were started from 10 Dec in 1991.

Charge No 7

Following directives from Mujaheed, the Razakars attacked the Hindu community of Bakchar village under Kotwali Police Station of Faridpur District on May 13, 1971.

They also detained Birendra Saha, Nripen Saha, Shanu Saha, Jagabandhu Mitra, Jaladhar Mitra, Satya Ranjan Das, Upen Saha and others.

The wife of Upen Saha requested to release her husband even in exchange of money and jewelleries but in vain. Everyone was killed.

The Razakars also raped one Jharna Rani during the raids.

The charges were framed against Mujaheed under the sections 3(2)(a)(g) and 4(1) and 4(2).
The Jamaat leader is facing trials on seven charges of crimes against humanity, committed during the 1971 Liberation War.

Those charges include genocide, murder, torture, conspiracy, planning incitement and complicity in atrocities.

The International War Crimes Tribunal-2 is set to deliver its verdict on Jamaat-e-Islami Secretary General Ali Ahsan Muhammad Mujaheed on Wednesday.
 

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