Kashmir Jama’at Surprised over ‘Attitude of Pakistan’ Towards Bangladeshi Jama’at

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President of Jamaat-e-Islami Bangladesh and former Industries Minister Maulana Motiur Rahman Nizami, addresses the media in Dhaka, Bangladesh, Saturday, Aug. 20, 2005. Nizami blamed the opposition Bangladesh Awami League and their associates for Wednesday's bombings, where more than 100 near-simultaneous small bombs went off across Bangladesh, leaving two people dead and 125 injured. (AP Photo/Pavel Rahman)
Ameer of Jamaat-e-Islami Bangladesh and former Industries Minister Maulana Motiur Rahman Nizami, addresses the media in Dhaka, Bangladesh, Saturday, August 20, 2005. (AP Photo/Pavel Rahman)

Jama’at-e-Islami (JeI) J&K Wednesday expressed its deep sorrow over the Supreme court verdict of upholding the death penalty announced by the “so-called” ‘War Crimes Tribunal’ Bangladesh against Ameer Jama’at-e-Islami Bangladesh Moulana Matiur Rahman Nizami in quite “disregard of the basic principles of Law and Justice” despite the fact all famous legal luminaries of the world have expressed their deep reservations regarding the impartiality of this “so-called” Tribunal.

The tribunal is headed by pro-establishment “bureaucratic minded” judges, a statement issued by JeI J&K said this evening. “Jama’at expresses its shock over the criminal silence of the Muslim world and those who claim to be great champions of the rule of law.”

“The role of the Pakistan government regarding this grave injustice to the people who gave tremendous sacrifices for the unity of the country is most shocking and astonishing and the Ummah can never forget this indifferent attitude. There are as many as fifty five independent Muslim states which can exert unbearable pressure upon the barbaric lady Sheikh Hasina holding the reigns of Bangladesh simply by issuing a joint statement condemning the anti-Islamic imperialist role against the Islamists at the behest of some powerful enemies of Islam,” the JeI statement said.

Jama’at Islami while expressing deep sympathy with Bangladeshi Jama’at-e-Islami and the victims of “state and judicial high-handedness”, the statement said, JeI appeals all justice loving bodies to come forward and in one voice condemn the “barbaric role” of Sheikh Hasina government and exert their joint influence so as to get this “vicious way of political vendetta” stopped.

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