|Islam - The religion of peace.|
Insane Muslims burn 47 temples, 700 Hindu houses
- The Religion of Peace hates everyone they come in contact with.
- And "enlightened" Western nations go out of their way to deliberately import millions of Muslims into their nations.
Islamic fanatics have attacked dozens of Hindu temples and hundreds of homes across Bangladesh since an Islamist leader was sentenced to death for war crimes last month.
Bangladesh Puja Udjapon Parishad, a group which looks after Hindu temples said 47 temples and at least 700 Hindu houses had either been torched or vandalised since the verdict against Delwar Hossain Sayedee.
Sayedee, vice-president of the country's largest Islamic party Jamaat-e-Islami, was sentenced to hang on February 28 for crimes including rape and murder committed during the 1971 independence conflict.
The sentencing of Sayedee and other Jamaat-e-Islami leaders has triggered the worst violence in impoverished Muslim-majority Bangladesh since independence, with 85 people so far killed in the unrest reports the Hindustan Times.
Buddhists, Hindus protest Muslim Bangladesh attack
Hundreds of people demonstrated against the recent burning of Buddhist monasteries and Hindu temples in Bangladesh by Muslims, who complained that a Buddhist man had insulted Islam. General Secretary of Himalayan Buddhist Cultural Association, Siliguri, Sonam Lhundup Lama urged the central government and the United Nations, Human Rights Commission, to intervene the matter.
Lama added that many people sustained injuries and many houses of locals were burnt. Buddhist monks, social activists along with school children took out to streets holding photos of injured monks, vandalised temples' and raised slogans against the atrocities being done against the Buddhist people in Bangladesh.
ANTI HINDU Riots in Bangladesh - Muslims breaking Hindu temples
|The Thakur and Banikya children in front of their destroyed homes |
at Rajganj, Begumganj in Noakhali.
Kazal Debnath, a vice-president of Bangladesh Puja Udjapon Parishad, blamed the attacks on Hindu temples and homes on Jamaat-e-Islami and its student wing Islami Chhatra Shibir.
"It was the work of the Jamaat and Shibir, but we also accuse the government, the police and the local government representatives including (our) MPs for failing to protect the temples and our community," he told AFP.
He said the attackers were given free rein to "torch our temples, houses and properties".
But foreign minister Dipu Moni told diplomats last week that Jamaat and Shibir attacked Hindu temples and houses in a "pre-planned manner".
Hindus, who make up nearly 10% of Bangladesh's 153 million-strong population, are traditionally seen as supporters of the Awami League, which brands itself as a secular party.
They were the main targets during Bangladesh's 1971 independence war against Pakistan and during post-poll violence in 2001 when a centre-right party allied with Jamaat won a two-thirds majority.
Jamaat-e-Islami leaders have been on trial at the domestic International Crimes Tribunal, accused of colluding with Pakistan and pro-Pakistan militias during the war for independence.
|Islam - The religion of peace.|
|Having lost everything, Nipu Sheel wails sitting |
on the debris of her house.
|The charred remains of a house burnt by Jamaat-Shibir men in Noakhali.|