This is how Islam traditionally creates an environment of intimidation to through street vigilantism in order to keep the people in line.

H/T: Fjordman

Death threats to secular bloggers are on the rise in Bangladesh. A few years back, hardline Islamists demanded a blasphemy law to stop bloggers they perceive to be anti-Islamic from writing about Islam. Secular forces in Bangladesh say that their views are under threat. Intolerance is growing as the country’s politics increasingly diverge into secular and non-secular poles.

Bangladesh blogger Ananta Bijoy Das hacked to death

  • 12 May 2015

Poster of Bangladeshi blogger Ananta Bijoy Das held by activists protesting against his killing, in Dhaka, Bangladesh, 12 May 2015.
Ananta Bijoy Das was stabbed to death in the street – in daylight, on his way to work in a bank

A secular blogger has been hacked to death in north-eastern Bangladesh in the country’s third such deadly attack since the start of the year.

Ananta Bijoy Das was attacked by masked men with machetes in Sylhet, police say. He is said to have received death threats from Islamist extremists.

Mr Das wrote blogs for Mukto-Mona, a website once moderated by Avijit Roy, himself hacked to death in February.

Sweden has confirmed it turned down a visa request from Mr Das in April.

He had been invited to attend a press freedom event by the Swedish Pen writers organisation but officials in the country’s embassy in Dhaka refused the request, citing a risk he might not return home.

Swedish Pen told the BBC they were in the process of submitting an appeal when they heard of Mr Das’s murder. The group has demanded an explanation from their government, the BBC’s John McManus reports.

More here.


There are a number of countries I have no desire or inclination to visit, Bangladesh is one of them.

Dozens dead, 7,000 arrested as political violence rocks Bangladesh

Safir, 2, who was burned in an attack on a bus during a strike, is treated in hospital in Dhaka, Bangladesh.

Safir, 2, who was burned in an attack on a bus during a strike, is treated in hospital in Dhaka, Bangladesh.

Dhaka (CNN)Thirty-one people have been killed and more than 7,000 arrested in weeks of political unrest in Bangladesh, as the country’s opposition mounts mass protests demanding fresh parliamentary elections.

The dead were mainly killed by arson attacks on buses and cars, police said. The two most recent victims, who died of their injuries in hospital Thursday, were victims of bomb blasts.

The opposition Bangladesh Nationalist Party (BNP), along with 19 allied parties, called for general strikes and a nationwide blockade on road, rail and river transport on January 5, the first anniversary of disputed elections.

The BNP and its allies boycotted those elections, with BNP leader and former Prime Minister Khaleda Zia arguing they would have been rigged by the government, and refusing to participate unless they were conducted under a neutral caretaker administration.

Her arch rival, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina of the Awami League, refused to concede to the demands and coasted to victory. More than half of the parliament’s 300 seats went uncontested.

Voting was conducted under neutral caretaker governments in Bangladesh from 1991 until 2010, when the system was scrapped by the governing Awami League.

More here.



Polite golf clap.

Another death ruling puts Bangladesh into chaos

Bangladesh’s highest court has upheld the death sentence of an Islamist leader for his role during 1971’s Independence war. Recently, two other Islamist leaders were also sentenced to death, infuriating their supporters.

Mohammad Kamaruzzaman

The Supreme Court on Monday upheld the death sentence of Mohammad Qamaruzzaman, for his role in mass killings during the independence war against Pakistan in 1971. The assistant secretary general of Jamaat-e-Islami, Bangladesh’s largest Islamist party, was convicted last year by the International Crimes Tribunal (ICT), set up by the Bangladesh government four years ago.

The tribunal also gave death sentences to two top leaders of Jamaat-e-Islami – Motiur Rahman Nizami and Mir Quasem Ali – for war crimes.

The ICT has so far convicted 12 people, mostly senior leaders of Jamaat-e-Islami, which had openly campaigned against independence but denied committing atrocities. Eight of those convicted were given the death penalty.

Mir Quasem Ali

Mir Quasem Ali was sentenced to the death penalty for his role in the 1971 Bangladesh Independence war

Politically motivated?

Tajul Islam, defense counsel at the ICT and a lawyer for Qamaruzzaman, told DW that the delivery of three rulings in just six days after a nine-month hiatus, had raised questions among many about the tribunal’s autonomy.

Shamsuzzaman Dudu, a leader of the Bangladesh Nationalist Party (BNP), one of the country’s two major political parties, is one of those seeking answers. Talking to DW, Dudu mentioned the now infamous Skype controversy. “This is an example of how the government is intervening in the acts of the tribunal,” he said. In 2012, Skype conversations and emails between Mohammed Nizamul Huq, the then chairman of the ICT, and Ahmed Ziauddin, a Bangladeshi lawyer based in Brussels, were leaked. In the documents they were talking about the ongoing procedures of the tribunal. Following the scandal Huq resigned from his position.

More here.



Endangered species.

‘I have to help the people of Bangladesh’

Asif Mohiuddin is one of Bangladesh’s most famous bloggers. As an open atheist in a mainly Islamic country, he has been attacked and thrown in jail for his beliefs. DW caught up with him after his recent move to Germany.

Asif Mohiuddin

In addition to being an active blogger, Asif Mohiuddin co-founded the Shahbag movement in Bangladesh, which has been arguing for the strict division of state and religion in the country, as well as justice for victims of Bangladesh’s 1971 war of independence.

Mohiuddin recently arrived in Germany on a one-year scholarship. He says that living in Germany now means he can walk the streets safely. But still, he says, he has to keep his location secret.

DW: What did you write on your blog that was so offensive? Can you give us examples of what it might be that Islamists found so blasphemous?

Asif Mohiuddin: I wrote a blog entry about women’s rights which caused problems. In the Koran, Chapter 4, Verse 34, it says that a man can beat his wife, if she doesn’t obey her husband. I criticized that because in modern civilization there is no place for hitting anybody. Also, according to Sharia law, if someone leaves Islam, then that person has to be killed. I don’t think that is a good thing, so I criticized that. And that is why people got angry.

I also criticized leaders of Islamic political parties, and one of them even asked that my name be put on a list. He mentioned my name a few times and said that I should be killed, because I criticized his ideology. I also criticized the Bible and Hindu religious books, the parts that were not compatible with modern society.

More here.



Folks, this is but one more tragic incident in a long line of many in the 1400 year old Islamic jihad against the Hindu region.

Abduction of Hindu Girl in Bangladesh- Advocate Rabindra Ghosh Warns of Increasing Danger to Hindu Communities

Zemira Eli Natan
Executive Director

When I spoke to Advocate Rabindra Ghosh this morning,  I was alarmed to hear the sense of urgency in his voice, ”  Just 3-4 hours ago our sacred deities in certain villages have been destroyed!  We must get immediate response from our government regarding these attrocities now!  People are being abducted and killed in mass numbers and the government is doing nothing to stop it!   I, myself have been threatened not to mention “muslim” as the perpetrators.

My life is at risk and the lives of my colleagues assisting me in the investigations of these incidences since the local police and government refuse to respond! We need immediate action!  The situation has gone past the breaking point!”

I was alarmed to hear the urgency in his message.  There is no protection for him while he works on the ground nor is there protection for anyone who desires to assist him.  Our new project in partnership and joint effort with ICLA ( International Civil Liberties Alliance)   Victims of Sharia Action Network (VOSAN) is a possible breakthrough in reaching the International Community for immediate assistance to the victims and advocates currently facing this threats.  Cases will be filed through this application process to be placed on the record of Sharia related incidents that are occurring almost daily in Bangladesh!

Even in Muslim controlled regions,  religious minorities are entitled according to the Univeral Declaration of Human Rights Articles on Indigenous People  IUFE thanks ICLA for their partnership in addressing such issues efficiently and immediately.  Please take a moment to read Advocate Rabindra Ghosh’s urgent appeal during the course of a major threat to his life and the lives of his colleagues.

IUFE asks for the immediate protection and restoring of damaged deities and villages to be restored immediately and tangible assistance given to the victims who are deeply effected by these heinous acts.  Advocate Rabindra Ghosh has generously shared these very sensitive issues with us.  Ms.  Syeda Sazida Khanam your response and refusal to acknowledge the inalienable human rights of the victims of these crimes against humanity will not go unnoticed!

More here at the IUFE.



This is how Islam spread.

Hindus feel increasingly insecure in Bangladesh

Bangladesh’s Hindu community was targeted by Islamists in the January 5 parliamentary elections, making the religious minority feel more insecure than ever in their own country.

Bangladeshi Hindus

During the run-up to the January 5 general election in Bangladesh, the police arrested dozens of opposition activists for their alleged involvement in nationwide attacks on the country’s Hindu minority.

According to media reports, the anti-government protestors, which include Islamists, torched over 100 Hindu homes and injured scores of them.

It was the second major wave of attacks against Bangladeshi Hindus in less than a year. Just a few months earlier, Islamists attacked hundreds of Hindu homes and desecrated their temples following the International Crimes Tribunal decision to sentence members of the Islamist Jamaat-i-Islami party to death.

The campaign group Human Rights Watch confirmed the attacks: “Members of the Jamaat-i-Islami and its youth wing, Shibir, alongside supporters of the Bangladesh Nationalist Party (BNP) have engaged in countless attacks on security forces and others.

More here.



Muslim outrage never ceases nor forgives.


Folks, the jihad against the Hindu people of the Indian sub-continent has been waged for over a thousand years. The Buddhists of Indo-China have felt the scimitar’s thrust for as long of a time as their neighbors in India, and when they finally take matters into their own hands and fight back, the media is taken aback by the violent nature exhibited by people belonging to what has been traditionally deemed as ‘peaceful’ religions. The tipping point varies for diverse peoples, but it is reached at some point along the way.

Hindus attacked in Pabna

‘Jamaat-BNP men’ use false Facebook post for rampage

Ahmed Humayun Kabir Topu, Pabna

hindus in attack

An elderly woman laments over the loss of her home at Bonogram of Pabna after 25 houses belonging to Hindus were vandalised. Photo: Star

For Bonogram bazaar in Santhia upazila, about 40 kilometres from Pabna sadar, the day started with the usual hustle and bustle.

But things started to change around 10:00am as a group of people began distributing photocopies of what they said was a “Facebook page”. They claimed one Rajib Saha had maligned Prophet Mohammad (pbuh) in the page.

“None was given the chance to ask whether or not it was a faked Facebook posting,” said an eyewitness.

Rajib, son of Babul Saha, a shop owner in the bazaar, is a class-X student of Bonogram Miapur High School.

Soon, hundreds of people stormed Babul Saha’s house in Bonogram. Unable to find the boy, the mob got hold of Babul and took him to the bazaar. There, he was warned that he and his son would be tried for “defaming the prophet”.

Despite protesting repeatedly that his son was innocent, Babul was mercilessly hit and kicked upon. At one stage, some locals intervened to save him and confined him to a shop.

More here. H/T: Lisa Michelle



Three million dead and over 200 000 women raped in the war of  Bangladeshi war of independence from Pakistan.

bangladeshi muslim spiritual leader guilty of genocide 16.7.2013

Bangladesh’s war crimes tribunal convicted and sentenced a former Islamist party leader to life imprisonment on Monday, in the fifth such conviction since January, as violence broke out between police and his supporters across the country.

Bangladesh has been hit in recent months by a wave of violent protests related to the war crime convictions and the unrest presents a thorny law and order challenge to the government, which is gearing up for polls early next year.

Ghulam Azam, 91, the former head of the Jamaat-e-Islami party, was found guilty on charges of planning, conspiracy, incitement and complicity to commit genocide and crimes against humanity during a 1971 war to break away from Pakistan, lawyers and tribunal officials said.

More here.



Outrageous but all too common.


Young Christian Girls Trafficked into Forced Labor and Sex Slavery
Breaking the Silence in Bangladesh

By Corey Bailey

5/5/2013 Washington D.C. (International Christian Concern)-More than 140 children have been rescued from Islamic training centers (madrassas) in the last nine months, with a majority of the children targeted because of their Christian faith. The females, accounting for nearly half of those rescued, report that they were used for forced labor and sex slavery.

New information has come to light regarding the treatment of the young girls rescued from madrassas earlier this year. “They were forcefully converted to Islam,” said Akash, a contact for International Christian Concern (ICC) whose name is changed for security reasons. “The girls were made to wear veils at all times. Some girls were also forced to work as slaves in the homes of Muslim families and were only fed one time a day.”

The rescued girls were told they would study at a Christian school and receive training to become beauticians. However, after completing the grueling travel from their villages to the capitol city, Dhaka, they discovered it was all a lie. “Instead of training in the Beautifying Parlor, we were forcefully sent to hotels for the sex trade,” explained one of the girls.

Suspicions Lead to Rescue

More here. H/T: Vladinator.

Then there is this video which Vlad properly identifies as self inflicted Muslim violence exacted upon other Muslims who do not fulfill the exact callings of the faith. Vigilantism is the preferred method in controlling Islamic societies throughout the centuries. These Muslims would no doubt not blink an eye at the persecution of Christians or Buddhists in Bangladesh, with many Christian children having been kidnapped and converted to Islam in Bangladesh for some time now.

Vlad: Demonstration against ‘genocide’ in Bangladesh. I wonder if it is lost on these demonstrators that all the deaths, all 30 or so of them, are due to the demand of muslims to kill everyone that doesn’t agree with their religion. Or that 30 dead doesn’t make a genocide. Also his use of the term, “justice” and “peace” smack of the usual Islamic BS where “justice” really means forcing the sharia



What else would Muslim fundamentalistss be demanding?

Remember people, in every Muslim state that has these kind of blasphemy laws, minorities are severely persecuted.

muslim fundamentalists demanding sharia law in bangladesh 6.5.2013

Police said protesters also set many shops and at least 30 vehicles on fire. Authorities deployed more than 15,000 security forces in the capital.

Clashes broke out in central Dhaka as activists started pelting police with stones, a police official said. He spoke on condition of anonymity under local briefing rules.

An unidentified man was killed and at least 45 people were injured, the official said. He provided no further details.

Thousands of activists from Hefatjat-e-Islam, a newly formed group, gathered in Dhaka’s Motijheel commercial district to press for their demands.

The group says some Internet users have recently used their blogs to spread atheism and lies about Islam.

More here. Via ZIP



I suspect Muslim on Muslim violence.

Sources are telling me that it’s rival Muslims groups responsible. “Remember this is in Bangladesh, a Muslim majority region, and Hindus would not be selling Islamic books nor would Christians if they dare go there.”

H/T: Vlad

Bangladesh islamic bookstore burnt 6.5.2013

Hefajat-e Islam activists, teamed up with Jamaat-Shibir men, set ablaze dozens of shops selling Islamic books — among many other makeshift stalls — on footpaths around Baitul Mukarram Mosque yesterday evening.

“They are enemies of Allah! They are enemies of the Prophet! How can they set the Holy Qur’an on fire?” cried a bookshop owner trying to douse the blaze after the attackers left the scene.

The attackers set fire to everything they could by the roadside between Purana Paltan intersection and Dainik Bangla intersection. They put up concrete obstructions to bar the law enforcers from reaching the scene.

Firefighters, with the help of the police, brought the flames under control around 9:00pm, when shop owners frantically rushed back to salvage the remains of their livelihoods.

Police, taking position at Purana Paltan intersection, repeatedly fired rubber bullets as the demonstrators attempted to advance and attack them.

Even though the vendors were frightened, they remained there to save their belongings — despite whatever consequences might have befallen them.

“I will not leave my shop even if I am shot dead,” said Abdul Moin, who was selling T-shirts at the entry point of the north side of the mosque. His business has been well enough to run his family for the past 17 years, and the shop contained goods worth around Tk 1 lakh.

“The shop is my only resort. My family depends on it. Everything will be finished if it is set on fire,” he said in a choked voice.

More here.



No statute of limitations on war crimes.

H/T: Gaia

Chowdhury Mueen-Uddin

NHS boss faces death penalty over charges of torture and 18 murders in Bangladesh

  • War crimes tribunal set to bring damning indictments against NHS director of spiritual care
  • Prosecutors want him extradited to face trial over atrocities committed in Bangladesh in 1971


PUBLISHED: 21:08 GMT, 13 October 2012 | UPDATED: 12:07 GMT, 17 October 2012

One of Britain’s most important Muslim leaders – who has a senior role in the NHS – is to be charged with 18 murders by a war crimes tribunal in his native Bangladesh, investigators have told The Mail on Sunday.

Chowdhury Mueen-Uddin, who is director of Muslim Spiritual Care Provision in the NHS and is also a chairman of the Multi-Faith Group for Healthcare Chaplaincy, is accused of abducting, torturing and killing 18 journalists, academics and doctors during the bloody war of independence in Bangladesh in 1971.

Mr Mueen-Uddin, 63, who strongly denies the allegations, is believed to have fled Bangladesh shortly after the war ended, and has been living in London since the early Seventies.

Bangladesh’s International Crimes Tribunal (ICT) – which has been set up to try the country’s most notorious war criminals still alive – has announced that it has completed its year-long investigation into Mr Mueen-Uddin. The ICT’s prosecution wing will announce formal charges against him in the next few days, said a senior official at the tribunal.

Sanaul Huq, the Inspector-General of Bangladesh’s national police force, who is co-ordinating the ICT investigation, said his investigators believe that Mr Mueen-Uddin killed dozens of people during the independence war, but they can link him only to 18 murders with evidence and eyewitness testimonies.

The ICT said Mr Mueen-Uddin and his associates allegedly subjected their victims to horrendous torture before killing them and dumping their bodies in sports grounds which earned the nickname ‘killing fields’.

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Wherever these blasphemy laws are in place, people are persecuted and jailed for holding contrary negative views of Islam and of the political policies that enforce its supremacy.


The Dangers of Blasphemy Laws – The Situation In Bangladesh

By  • on April 9, 2013

We have written a lot here at ICLA about blasphemy laws and freedom of expression. We have focused a great deal on how the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) seeks to make Islamic blasphemy laws a permanent component of international law. UNHRC Resolution 14/18 that purports to be about religious freedom is really about its opposite – blasphemy.

The video below shows scenes from Dhaka in Bangladesh after Islamists demanded the death penalty for atheist bloggers who were deemed to have ‘insulted Islam’. That particular claim seems to be increasingly used around the world to terrorize non-Muslims as well as Muslims who the Islamists claim are not ‘pure’ enough. Such problems are caused by blasphemy laws. That such laws are actually encouraged by Western governments is a very depressing situation indeed.

More here.



The jihad against indigenous groups unfolding before our very eyes.

And yet the drones on the Left keep telling themselves and the rest of us, that to oppose  monoculture homicidal/genocidal Islam is an act of intolerance and racism. However, in spite of their bleating, the tide is turning, there is a growing number of us who dare say to the lords of multiculturalism….. 2 + 2 = 4.


hindu temples vandalized 24.3.2013

Thousand of Hindu Temples vandalized by Islam. Most of the Hindu Temples are about to be destroyed in rural & urban Bangladesh by Jamaat-e-Islami under an  Iconoclast Jihad.

Upananda Brahmachari | Dhaka | 23 March 2013:: The post Shahbag experiences for Bangladeshi Hindus are dreadful than ever. Death sentence to BD Liberation War Criminal Delwar Hossain Sayedee by International Crimes Tribunal of Bangladesh has put the last nail to the coffin of the Hindu future in Bangladesh.

With the land grabbing from Hindus, looting Hindu property and wealth, raping – molesting Hindu women and minor girls, torching Hindu houses, instilling terror to the hearts of minority Hindus of Bangladesh, a new Jihad of Iconoclasts is seen obviously to uproot the Hindu culture and tradition from Bangladesh through rampant destruction of Hindu Temples, Ashrams and Mutths in rural and urban Bangladesh.

In everyday news papers in Bangladesh, the news of torching Hindu Temples, desecration of Hindu holy places, breaking of Hindu deities, looting temple wealth are being published as a common feature, but the news of arresting the Muslim perpetrators are absent anyway. The Jamaat-e-Islami  of Bangladesh are conducting this type of nasty Jihad of Iconoclasts only to end up the Hindu rituals and faith from the soil of Bangladesh. The Islamists in Bangladesh have taken a vow to ‘Kaffir free- Hinduless Bangladesh’ before Sayedee is hanged unto death.

More here.



Good news at last.

híndu samhati

Anti-Sharia campaigners around the world are harassed by representatives of the state.  This is why ICLA believes that the right to oppose sharia needs to be specifically incorporated into international law.

Victory! – Political Prisoner Sri Tapan Ghosh To Be Released By West Bengal

By Aeneas • on March 23, 2013

News has reached us from India (1) that Hindu Human Rights Activist Tapan Ghosh is to be released from his political imprisonment.  This follows international pressure by groups such as the International Civil Liberties Alliance (ICLA) and International Unity For Equality (IUFE) as well as due to pressure from within India itself.

More here at the ICLA.



Anyone against islamiztion (meaning their subjugation), is automatically on the Muslim fundamentalist’s, and their non-Muslim kapos’ hit list.

híndu samhati

Straight from ICLA’s Aeneas:

Anti-Hindu Oppression in West Bengal – Tapan Ghosh Locked Up Without Bail

By Aeneas • on March 18, 2013

Since ICLA began developing relations with new friends on the Indian subcontinent we have heard some harrowing and heart wrenching stories of religious persecution. We see in the West how Islamists preaching hate are placated and indulged.  It seems that a similar situation exists in India’s state of West Bengal.

We were recently informed about the imprisonment of Hindu community activist Tapan Ghosh. His organisation, Hindu Samhati, reports (1) that he was arrested on 14 March 2013 on very tenuous grounds.

Struggle for Hindu Existence reports that bail was not granted to Mr Ghosh and suggests that a policy of appeasement of Islamist violence is currently being implemented in West Bengal (2).  It appears that Islamists are mounting an aggressive campaign against Hindus in both West Bengal and in neighbouring Bangladesh (East Bengal).

It appears that there is a global trend towards appeasing Islamism across the world.  Western support for Muslim Brotherhood type groups in North Africa and Syria is one example.  The apparent willingness of Western countries to do the bidding of the anti-free speech Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) which has many member states that allow the persecution of religious minorities is another.  We now see that such appeasement is not restricted to the Western world.  The arrest and incarceration of Tapan Ghosh illustrates an organised global facilitation of sharia compliance.  It seems clear to us that Tapan Ghosh is a political prisoner.

Politically motivated arrests of anti-sharia activists is becoming a serious problem in many countries in the world.  ICLA therefore believes that specific provision needs to be made in international law to formalize the right to oppose sharia.  Item 8 of the ICLA Mission Statement makes this demand.

(8) The Right to Oppose Sharia

Countering any attempts by Islamic leaders or organisations to implement Sharia, covertly or openly. Campaigning for the protection of individuals and organisations working to prevent the implementation of Sharia in our societies. This includes ensuring that law enforcement and courts deal fairly and robustly with threats and intimidation against citizens doing so, for such citizens are working in line with the European Court of Human Rights verdict of February 13th 2003:

“… the Court found that sharia was incompatible with the fundamental principles of democracy as set forth in the Convention. It considered that Sharia, which faithfully reflects the dogmas and divine rules laid down by religion, is stable and invariable. Principles such as pluralism in the political sphere or the constant evolution of public freedoms have no place in it.”

More here at ICLA



This is exactly what the OIC is actively seeking to enforce world wide.


Panel to check comments on Islam, Prophet

Published: 2013-03-13 10:40:46.0

The government on Wednesday formed a nine-member committee to identify and take action against those making derogatory remarks against Islam and Prophet Hazrat Muhammad (PBUH) using Facebook and blogs.

Press Secretary to the Prime Minister Abul Kalam Azad said Mainuddin Khandakar, an Additional Secretary in the Ministry of Home, has been made the head of the committee on the directive of Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina.

He added that the home ministry would take necessary action on the basis of the recommendations of the committee.

The committee could take help from experts and give secretarial support to the ministry, he said.

MORE HERE. Via Weasel Zippers



Islamorage ends in 50 dead overall.

Nothing brings them into the street more than convicting their mass murderers for their crimes, or rumors of non-Muslims saying something true about their prophet.


Vlad has more here: Bangladesh sentences Islamic party leader to death

bangladeshi supporters of the death sentence of fundy tard 1.3.2013

bangladeshi mayhem over execution of fundy muslim 1.3.2013

The latest unrest brought the overall death toll to 50 since the first verdict was delivered on January 21.

Among Thursday’s dead were four policemen, two of whom were beaten to death after protesters hurled small homemade bombs at a police station in Gaibandha in Bangladesh’s north and attacked it with sticks, local police chief Monjur Rahman said.

“At least 10,000 Jamaat supporters attacked us. We were forced to open fire,” Rahman told sources.

About 300 people, including scores of policemen, were also injured, doctors, police and local media said.

Police also reported attacks on several Hindu homes and temples by Islamists in the southern Noakhali and Chittagong districts. One old Hindu man was killed in the attack in Chittagong, district police chief Hafiz Akter told sources.

More here.

NOTE: Vlad has video thanks to once again to the indispensable Magic Martin.