Bangladesh : Genocide Now, Taliban Soon
Bangladesh is on the road to becoming another Afghanistan, fulfilling the clearly stated desires of jihadists and fundamentalists, according to Bangladeshis who have fled their homeland.
Imams describe women as filth and demand that they cover themselves. They accuse exploited female garment workers of prostitution when they are forced to work late into the night to earn a living. Schoolchildren have to dress in Islamic garb, even if they are not Muslims. Workers are discriminated against if they are other than Muslim. Land grabs by Muslims of property owned by minorities occur all the time -- with impunity. Atheist bloggers are beaten and even killed for "insulting Islam," and all this under the supposedly secular Awami League administration.

The Hindu empire once stretched from Afghanistan to Indonesia, before the Muslim invasions whittled it down. According to Dr. Sachi Dastidar, professor of politics at the State University of New York at Old Westbury, Long Island, forty-nine million Hindus are missing from the Bangladesh census over the period of 1947 to 2001. At the time of the partition of India in 1947, Hindus comprised thirty-one percent of the population of Bangladesh. The population of Hindus in Bangladesh is now down to a mere nine percent. The numbers are shrinking very fast due to coerced conversions; the kidnapping of girls and women, as well as rapes followed by murder; forced flight -- and genocidal massacres.

In the near future, all the non-Muslims may be "ethnically cleansed" from Bangladesh. The world will have lost one more part of the globe to fundamentalists and gained one more staging ground for new attacks on the West.

The minority population in Bangladesh lives under constant fear of loss of life and property, especially in the countryside, where Muslim transgressions more easily escape being publicized.

Imagine this: You are a peasant farmer living in a thatched house in a remote area. You and your brother try to keep a vigil during the night, expecting another raid, since there have been frequent attacks on your neighbors. Men with torches come at three in the morning and set fire to your house, after dragging out your wife and two daughters, ages nine and thirteen. You must fight alone, because your brother was mutilated by the same men in a previous raid. All his fingers were cut off, and his right leg was amputated at the hip so that he would suffer lifelong humiliation as well as disability.

You are beaten and bound, forced to watch the gang-rapes of your wife and daughters. Your house and all your possessions are burned beyond use.

Your wife and daughters are afraid to file a complaint with the police, because they know that the police usually do not prosecute the attackers -- and they may even turn on the victims. (All this, to say nothing of having to bear the shame of being sexually violated.) You have talked with your neighbors about mounting a stronger defense against the frequent attacks, but all of you feel demoralized, knowing that scores or even hundreds of armed men have descended on others like you to punish you for having the temerity to fight back.

You consider fleeing with your family but do not want to give up the land that has belonged to your ancestors for hundreds of years. But if you stay on your land, which is the only life you know, you may very well be killed.

Such is life today in Bangladesh for Hindus, as well as for all the other minorities: Buddhists, Christians, atheists, and animists. The details of this sketch are all too real. They were culled from photos and verbal descriptions of the persecution of the minorities compiled by a human rights organization of Bangladeshi Americans, the Bangladesh Hindu Buddhist Christian Unity Council.

The Bangladesh Unity Council will meet on November 20, 2013 in Washington D.C. with the House Committee on Foreign Affairs. Hopefully this time they will see results, since the same group has been meeting with other U.S. officials since 1999 without any sign of improvement.

An immediate concern is the upcoming national elections in Bangladesh, because in this aspiring democracy, ironically, elections bring fresh new pogroms against the minorities.

This is not to say that every Muslim in this Muslim-majority country participates in or accepts these atrocities. On the contrary, there are Muslim intellectuals who write frequent articles decrying their country's slide toward sharia and jihad.

The international press, however, has barely noticed Bangladesh's descent into fundamentalist hell, and the threat it poses to world security.

Worldwide attention and political intervention may be able to help slow down this disaster. But that takes time. Most immediately, however, support is needed to stop the ongoing genocide. To meet immediate needs for survival, non-violent physical assistance to protect endangered communities must be considered.

Madeline Brooks is a counter-jihad activist and writer, based in New York City. She can be reached at

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Hindu Samhati regularly monitors and reports violations against Hindus in West Bengal. We also work with both governmental and NGO agencies for proper education on protection and ensure remedies to the Hindu populace as per prevailing law of the land.


Kanak Sarkar said…
---The Danger of Social Work : It creats Psychiatric Syndrom---

Social Works may be dangerous also, specially Women related Social Works. Feminist workers are responsible for creating Psychiatric Syndrom among ordinary women. Because most of their ideas (feminism) are one sided and without any contest from the other side (men). If contested properly (like judicial contest) many such ideas will be proved vague, false, unworthy and useless.

The social workers are making different propaganda creating Psychiatric Syndrom (like KORO Syndrom) among women-folk. Thus many women think that only men are responsible for all the failures in their lives. It has harmful effect in women’s relations with men specially, in the family.
The ordinery women develop ill-conviction out of this propaganda. They are diverted to wrong path. Because it is the psychology (mind) which determines one’s plan of action. Many women have become psychiatric patient by this feministic propaganda in WB. Thus feminists are indirectly causing harm of common women-folk. If you think this comment worthy....Plz FORWARD to your friends for better circulations.....
Kanak Sarkar said…
---Bengali and Bangladeshi : The Identity Debate---

I am revealing a secret to you. Most people do not know the difference between Bengali (WB, India) and Bangladeshi identity. They are two different identities. Bangladeshi people are often confused as Bengali. They are quite different. They (Bangladeshi) have separate language with accent, history, culture and geographical demarcation.

Normally the Bangladeshi people claim Bengali as their official mother tongue and official identity. Virtually it is their step-motherly tongue and step-fatherly identity. A Bangladeshi may claim to be but not exactly a Bengali. Bangladeshi people often use Bengali as co-identity. But this fact is unknown and kept secret.

Bengali language is originally based on dialect spoken in Calcutta and both bank of lower Ganga river (India). Bangladeshi people do not speak Bengali language. They speak Bangladeshi language. Bengali and Bangladeshi is like or more than Hindi-Punjabi difference or Swish-German difference. Though officially Bengali is considered their mother tongue, virtually they speak Bangladeshi which is far different from being Bengali.

There is similar problem in Hindi and Urdu. Officially Hindi and Urdu different language but when spoken both are same.

Bangladeshi people (except Brahmans) cannot be awarded Bengali identity. Their language, accent, intonation, culture is quite different from those of Bengali (Calcutta and lower Ganga river). Brahmans are a race who originally comes from North India. They do not fall into the Bengali-Bangladeshi classification. No author has so far revealed this secret. For detail please collect and read the book. (Reply for PDF copy).

"Bengal : Society and Culture" (English) "Banglar Samaj O Sanskriti" (Bengali),
--- by Kanak Sarkar, Ratna Prakashan, Kolkata-75,

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