Monday, May 1, 2017

Ethnic Slaughter in Bangladesh - Arnab Goswani




by Arnab Goswani

What is most perplexing is the silence of the international media and so-called humanitarian organisations

  • Last year, the police themselves set fire to about 3,000 houses of minority people.
  • Most recently, the Bangladesh Army killed Romel Chakma, an indigenous student leader. He was only 18 and had one eye. The government forced the media to bury the news.
  • What is most perplexing is the silence of the international media and so-called humanitarian organisations.
The Bangladesh government at present is carrying out atrocities against religious and ethnic minorities. Some foreign organisations helped me to flee to safety in Germany after nine of my colleagues were hacked to death by extremists.

Unfortunately, all the minorities of the country are not as fortunate. Last year, the police themselves set fire to about 3,000 houses of minority people. Most recently, the Bangladesh Army killed Romel Chakma, an indigenous student leader. He was only 18 and had one eye. The army decided to pour Kerosene over his dead body and set it on fire.


Romel Chakma. (Image source: Arnab Goswami's Blog)

The government forced the media to bury the news. It is different in Bangladesh; nobody cares about minority people anyway.

What is most perplexing is the silence of the international media and so-called humanitarian organisations. Please let the world know about the realities in Bangladesh.

This is an article on the murder. It contains the links to the murder news covered.

I know this will not be a popular news, but it is important news. People need to know it.


Arnab Goswani is a Bangladeshi blogger in exile in Germany.

Source: https://www.gatestoneinstitute.org/10296/bangladesh-ethnic-slaughter

Follow Middle East and Terrorism on Twitter

Copyright - Original materials copyright (c) by the authors.

No comments:

Post a Comment