Convent attacked, nuns molested in Bangladesh ,12 Muslims arrested

Dhaka: Christians and rights groups in Bangladesh have demanded strict action against those who attacked a convent and tried to rape nuns, the first such incident in the Muslim majority South Asian nation.


Hindus Attacked in Bangladesh By: Advocate Rabindra Ghosh and Zemira Eli Natan Part 1

Zemira Eli Natan
Executive Director
Advocate Rabindra Ghosh shares more news of attacks on Hindus in Bangladesh! These attacks are occurring within a relatively short period of time and are not given proper attention by the police or government! The people are left to rebuild their lives with little to no assistance! We are actively raising our voice against such atrocities! The International community must take notice that such attacks are occurring against all non-Muslims. These people are citizens who live in the same country! They should not be continually harassed for any reason and their Holy Shrines should never be touched! These attacks are numerous violations of the inalienable Human Rights of these people according to the Universal Declaration of Human Rights of the UN Charter! It cannot be ignored any longer! It can no longer be accepted! IUFE supports Advocate Rabindra Ghosh and Bangladesh Minority Watch in their efforts against these violent acts!


Stop persecution of Minorities in Bangaladesh,burma and Sri Lanka

Stop Persecution of Minorities in Burma, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh

Fri, 2013-04-05 01:25 —

By M. Burhannuddin Qasmi
Muslim organizations condemned the communal violence against minorities in Burma, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh. They decried the targeting of places of worship and articulated their deepest concerns about recent ethnic cleansing of Muslims in Burma where the human rights organisations and the UNO failed to offer even mere console to the victims.


Muslim protesters torch Buddhist temples, homes in Bangladesh

COX'S BAZAR, Bangladesh, Sep 30, 2012 , (Reuters) -
Hundreds of Muslims in Bangladesh burned at least four Buddhist temples and 15 homes of Buddhists on Sunday after complaining that a Buddhist man had insulted Islam, police and residents said.Members of the Buddhist minority in the Cox's Bazar area in the southeast of the country said unidentified people were bent on upsetting peaceful relations between Muslims and Buddhists.Muslims took to the streets in the area late on Saturday to protest against what they said was a photograph posted on Facebook that insulted Islam.The protesters said the picture had been posted by a Buddhist and they marched to Buddhist villages and set fire to temples and houses.