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Guilty Verdict of Bangladesh War Crimes Tribunal on Abdul Quader Molla

Guilty Verdict of Bangladesh War Crimes Tribunal on Abdul Quader Molla

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Published by Tarek Fatah
Abdul Quader Molla was found guilty for his role in the 1971 genocide of Bengali people by the Pakistan Army. The full verdict contains this paragraph:
“The extermination of the Jewish people by the Nazi regime, the atomic crime of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, the massacre of Biafra, the napalm of Vietnam, all the great genocides of humanity have found a new equivalent: East Pakistan."
Abdul Quader Molla was found guilty for his role in the 1971 genocide of Bengali people by the Pakistan Army. The full verdict contains this paragraph:
“The extermination of the Jewish people by the Nazi regime, the atomic crime of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, the massacre of Biafra, the napalm of Vietnam, all the great genocides of humanity have found a new equivalent: East Pakistan."

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Published by: Tarek Fatah on Feb 10, 2013
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involving the backdrop of our war of liberation for the cause of self

determination that the Pakistani armed force, in execution of

government’s plan and policy in collaboration with the local anti

liberation section belonging to JEI and its student wing ICS, Muslim

League and other pro-Pakistan political parties namely Pakistan

Democratic Party(PDP), Nejam E Islami etc. and auxiliary forces, had

to deploy public and private resources. The target of such policy and

plan was the unarmed civilian Bangalee population, pro-liberation

people, and Hindu community and pursuant to such plan and policy,

atrocities were committed to them as a ‘part of a regular pattern basis’

through out the long nine months of war of liberation. It may be

legitimately inferred from the phrase “committed against any civilian

population” as contained in the Act of 1973 that the acts of the accused

comprise part of a pattern of ‘systematic’ crimes directed against civilian

population.

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