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Prieštaravimas Europos Parlamento rezoliucijai „Žmogaus teisių padėtis Bangladeše, ypač Odhikaro atvejis“

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Grupė iškiliausių Europos mokslininkų, teisininkų, verslininkų, kultūros veikėjų ir kitų labai sėkmingų pasirinktų sričių asmenų pasirašė laišką vyriausiajam įgaliotiniui Josepui Borrellui, 14 kitų viceprezidentų ir atstovaujančių Europos Parlamento narių iš kairiųjų, Verts/ALE, Renew. , S&D, PPE ir ECR frakcijos Europos Parlamente. Jie visi yra pasipiktinę neseniai priimta rezoliucija dėl žmogaus teisių padėties Bangladeše, ypač dėl Odhikaro atvejo.

They have expressed great concern regarding the resolution’s statement urging the Bangladesh government to “immediately and unconditionally quash this sentence and reinstate the registration of Odhikar” which they think as direct interference with the domestic legal affairs of a sovereign nation. The rebuttal was prepared and signed by expatriate Bangladeshis, such as the world-renowned scientist from the UK Dr Mazharul Islam, prominent journalist Sharaf Ahmed from Germany, senior citizen Mr. Sultan Shariff from the UK, French National Cultural Award winner and Bangladesh top award winner famous mime artist Partha Pratim Majumder from France. Other signatories include nuclear scientist from Austria, Dr Shaheed Hossain, international artist Shohela Purvin Shova from France, internationally renowned lawyers Barrister Dr Ziauddin from Belgium and Barrister Fowjia Akhter Popy from the UK, prominent physicians Dr Golam Rahat Khan (Babu) from UK and Dr Farhad Ali Khan from Sweden, prominent corporate personality Iqbal Moni from the UK, as well as intellectuals and businesspeople from Belgium, the UK, the Netherlands, Denmark, Finland, Austria, Ireland, Italy, Spain and Sweden.

„Odhikar byla“ susijusi su Bangladešo žmogaus teisių organizacijos „Odhikar“ paskelbta ataskaita. 10 m. birželio 2013 d. Odhikar ataskaitoje nurodyta, kad Bangladešo teisėsaugos agentūroms žlugdant žuvo 61 žmogus. a violent vandalism by the militant Islamic organization called Hefazat-e-Islam demanding regressive Islamic agendas on May 5, 2013. However, reports from other sources contradicted Odhikar’s reported death of 61 Hefazat activists. To mention a few, the 10th entry in the fatality list provided by Odhikar was empty. The Names of three people Odhikar’s list claimed to have been killed but were found alive later. It contained the names of five other people killed in Narayanganj and Chittagong. The list includes five names that counted twice. The first name on the list, Siddiqur Rahman, was a bus driver requisitioned by police. Hefazat-e-Islam activists killed Siddiqur Rahman. The 57th name, Kamal Uddin Khan, a General Insurance Company manager, died of cardiac arrest that night. Identities of nineteen people couldn’t have ascertained.

Odhikar’s report appeased the radical Islamists and instigated their wrath against the secular forces. The 61-death toll became a basis for radical groups like Hefazat-e-Islam and Jamaat-e-Islam to launch a campaign against the incumbent Awami League Government and the progressives fighting to ensure justice for War Crimes in the liberation war in 1971. Hefazat-e-Islam was founded in 2010 based on the vast majority of the Qawmi madrassas and their students. As it appears from its charter of 13-point demand, which includes the death penalty for blasphemy, banning of cultural activities, gender segregation at all levels, destroying cultural and historical sites etc., Hefazat has been emulating the Taliban’s success and exploiting the fractious political environment to turn Bangladesh into a monolithic Islamic theology which is worrisome. 

The European Union (EU) has a commendable track record of championing human rights worldwide. Nevertheless, it is imperative to engage in a thoughtful examination to determine whether a resolution is the most efficacious means of addressing the prevailing concerns. Hefazat-e-Islam’s actions and their 13 point demands reflect their pursuit of a conservative Islamic agenda and their willingness to engage in mass mobilization to achieve their goals. The government’s response highlights the challenges of maintaining stability in the face of such violent movements.

Odhikaro atvejis Bangladeše yra susijęs su kaltinimais, kad buvo skleidžiama klaidinga informacija apie mirčių skaičių per 2013 m. Hefazat-e-Islam smurtinę veiklą Dakos mieste. Jų pareiškimas veikiau yra politinis, o ne žmogaus teisių pranešimas. Atrodo, kad jis gina islamo kovotojus, parodydamas juos kaip aukas, o progresyvias jėgas – kaip piktadarius. P. Adilur Khan ėjo generalinio prokuroro pavaduotojo pareigas 2001–2006 m. Bangladešo nacionalistų partijos-Jamaat-e-Islami vadovaujamos islamo koalicinės vyriausybės metu. Tai buvo pati smurtingiausia vyriausybė Bangladešo istorijoje, kuri anksčiau rėmė su Talibanu susijusią teroristinę grupuotę. vadinamas Harqat-ul-Jihad. Jo praeities ryšys su radikaliais islamistais aiškiai atskleidžia jo šališkumą. Ataskaita ne tik šališka, palanki kovotojams islamistams, bet ir pilna nepagrįstų teiginių bei užuominų.

The EU Parliament can advocate for transparent and fair legal proceedings that uphold principles of justice and human rights. It must emphasize the importance of respecting the rule of law in Bangladesh and maintaining the nation’s legal framework and decisions. There must be a balance between respecting a nation’s sovereignty and advocating for human rights and justice, offering a nuanced understanding of the situation.

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