Judgement against War Criminal Chowdhury Mueen-Uddin in Le Monde.
Beloved Bangladeshi People
A boy shouts slogans as he joins activists demanding the maximum penalty for war criminals in Dhaka. AP
If you want to read a proper European report on the condemnation of Chowdhury Mueen-Uddin and Ashrafuzzaman Khan do not look in the Guardian, still less to the BBC.
Read le Monde today,
A special Bangladesh court has sentenced to death in absentia on Sunday a British and an American for their role in the torture and murder of 18 teachers, journalists or doctors during the struggle for independence waged against Pakistanin 1971.
It then goes on to describe Chowdhury Mueen-Uddin’s role in Britian and Ashrafuzzaman Khan’s in the US.
The article notably states,
A survey identified 1,175 private individuals – including Pakistani generals and Islamist allies in Islamabad at the time – suspected of having committed numerous crimes during the 1971 war, such as murder, rape and the forced conversion of Hindus to Islam .
According to the Government, the 1971 war led to three million deaths. Some independent authorities believe that the total amounted to between 300,000 and 500,000 dead.
Victory to the Beloved Bangladeshi People!