Where are the NY Times, LA Times, Boston Globe headlines? Big enemedia is awfully quiet about this American moderate Muslim leader's war crimes and mass murder, but they have no compunction about writing news stories calling me a hatemonger or hate group leader. Astonishing.
Despite the carefully constructed myth surrounding Muslim Brotherhood groups in America, advanced by a hostile and pro-jihadist media, the truth about these killers is out there.
One of the chief al-Badr (Jamai Death squad in 1971) executioners. It has been clearly proved that he himself shot to death 7 teachers of Dhaka university in the killing zones at Mirpur. A certain Mofizzuddin, who drove the vehicle that carried those hapless victims to Mirpur, has clearly identified Ashrafuzzaman as the "chief killer" of the intellectuals. (here)
ICNA's NY president, Ashrafuzzaman Khan, is charged in the abductions and deaths of 18 people during the 1971 war with Pakistan that led to Bangladesh’s independence. It was only last week that ICNA finally scrubbed the ICNA website of Ashrafuzzaman Khan (although Khan is still listed on the contact page for the North American Imams Federation Northeast regional office). What took so long? Why did they stand behind this vicious, bloodthirsty savage all this time? Because he is a devout Muslim adhering to islamic texts and teachings.
In the same way as Muslim groups and Islamic supremacists in America scrub their narrative of the jihadic doctrine and the brutal and bloody sharia.
These Islamic supremacists are held up as role models and pillars of tolerance and interfaith ishcabibble by media and clueless politicians.
And it's not just the US: the UK banned Robert Spencer and me, but allowed this Muslim supremacist killer to emigrate and live in London.
Bangladesh court gives death sentence to UK Muslim leader, US man for war crimes -- The Times of India
DHAKA: A Bangladesh-born British man and
"They will be hanged by neck until their death," chairman of the three-judge International Crimes Tribunal -2 Justice Obaidul Hassan said while handing down the punishment to the Al Badr leaders — Ashrafuzzaman Khan and .
All the eleven charges levelled against Khan and Mueen-Uddin by the prosecution have been proved beyond doubt, Hassan announced in a jam-packed courtroom here.
"They encouraged, they gave moral support to and participated in the killing of 18 intellectuals," said.
"Justice will not be done if they are not awarded capital punishment," said. were sentenced to death today absentia by a special war crimes tribunal for atrocities committed during the 1971 liberation war, 42 years after they fled the country to evade justice.
has denied any wrongdoing while Khan, who is living in New York, is yet to make any public statement on the allegations.
The top leaders of infamous Al-Badr, an elite auxiliary force of Pakistani troops manned by activists of fundamentalist Jamaat-e-Islami that opposed Bangladesh's independence, fled the country to evade people's wrath right after Pakistani troops surrendered to India-Bangladesh allied forces on December 16, 1971.
This is the second war crimes case that is going on with the accused absent. The first case was against expelled Jamaat-e-Islami member Abul Kalam Azad who was awarded capital punishment.
This was the ninth judgement delivered by the two special tribunals since Bangladesh initiated the trial of crimes against humanity three years ago in line with ruling Awami League's electoral pledges.
So far, five of the accused have been sentenced to death for war crimes.