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Pictures: ISIS Savages Mass Beheading Of Coptic Christians

The blood thirsty and barbaric Islamic State have released a new video allegedly showing the beheading of 21 Egyptian Coptic Christians.  The victims had been working in Libya when they were separated from their Muslim co workers and taken by Islamofascist terrorists.

A scrolling caption in the video referred to the hostages as “People of the cross, followers of the hostile Egyptian Church”. Speaking in English, a fighter from the group said the beheadings were revenge for “Muslim women persecuted by Coptic crusaders in Egypt”. Usual stupid response as the Copts are in no position to persecute anybody in Islam dominated Egypt.

 

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Coptic Christians make up around 10% of Egyptians. Until Egypt was invaded by Muslim armies , almost the whole of the nation were Copts. With the Muslim invaders spreading Islam by the sword with the choice of convert or die. Eventually Islam and its backward ideology became dominant.

Under Muslim rule, Christians were treated as second-class citizens both in society and under Islamic law, Copts paid jiyza (special taxes), had no access to political power but were exempt from military service. The Copts were cut off from the main stream of Christianity, but they were allowed to practice their religion with many restrictions in place .Unofficially, still to this day Egyptian Copts face persecution from Muslims.

Leading Muslim In UK Sentenced To Death For Genocide War Crimes .

A UK Muslim leader and a US citizen have been sentenced to death over war crimes committed during Bangladesh’s 1971 war of independence.UK-Bangladeshi Muslim community leader Chowdhury Mueen-Uddin and Ashrafuzzaman Khanwas were being tried in absentia by a special tribunal in Bangladesh. They were found guilty on 11 charges relating to the abduction and killing of 18 independence supporters.

Chowdhury Mueen-Uddin was the founder of the Muslim council of Britain. He also was involved in forming the extremist Islamic Forum of Europe,(IFE) Jamaat-e-Islami's European wing, which believes in creating a sharia state in Europe.

Chowdhury Mueen-Uddin is a cold blooded mass murderer. The best thing we could do with him is bundle him on a plane to Bangladesh so they can put a rope round his neck and give him punishment fit for his crimes. Unfortunately that will not happen so it looks like he is just another barbaric Muslim  low life that we will now be stuck with in the UK.  Mueen-Uddin  was a top member of the notorious paramilitary force al-Badr and of the fundamentalist Jamaat-e-Islami political party in Bangladesh.

After fleeing to the UK, war criminal Chowdhury Mueen-Uddin was the founder of the Muslim council of Britain. He also was involved in forming the extremist Islamic Forum of Europe,(IFE) Jamaat-e-Islami’s European wing, which believes in creating a sharia state in Europe. He is also involved in the IFE controlled East London Mosque and the terror linked Islamic charity, Muslim Aid. Currently he is a director of Muslim Spiritual Care Provision in the United Kingdom’s National Health Service (NHS), a member of Multi Faith Group for Healthcare Chaplaincy (MFGHC).

 

Gallows for Mueen, Ashraf

Published: Sunday, November 3, 2013

A special court in Dhaka today awarded death penalty to Chowdhury Mueen Uddin and Ashrafuzzaman Khan for their offences during Bangladesh’s war of independence 42 years back.

The judgement was delivered in absence of the convicts as the International Crimes Tribunal-2′s efforts to get them in the dock failed.

All the eleven charges levelled against Mueen and Ashraf by the prosecution were proved beyond doubt, Justice Obaidul Hassan, head judge of the International Crimes Tribunal-2, announced in a jam-packed courtroom in the afternoon.

The convicts received death penalty for abduction and killing of nine DhakaUniversity teachers, six eminent journalists and three physicians in December 1971 with the intent that the new nation becomes devoid of intellectuals.

This is the ninth verdict in the sensational war crimes trial that was initiated 42 years into the country’s birth and the Jamaat-e-Islami is strongly against it.

The death sentence will be executed after the arrest or surrender of the convicts, the tribunal chief said.

The judgement was pronounced at 12:48pm after reading out of a 41-page excerpt of the 154-page verdict.

Earlier, the tribunal started its day’s proceedings at 11:00am.

Al-Badr operation-in-charge Mueen is now in London where he has made his name as a community leader. Apart from serving as the chairman of Tottenham Mosque, he also became the director of Muslim spiritual care provision in the National Health Service of the UK, the prosecution said.

Ashraf, chief executor of Al-Badr, is now in New York and has been involved in the conservative Islami Circle of North America.

This is the second war crimes case that is going on with the accused absent.

The first case was against expelled Jamaat-e-Islami member Abul Kalam Azad who was awarded capital punishment.

BACKGROUND

Right after the war and liberation of Bangladesh, newspapers carried photos of Mueen and Ashraf asking people to help capture the two “killers and Al-Badr leaders”.

The trial of Mueen and Ashraf was done within just over three months largely because the tribunal-appointed defence lawyers did not have the cooperation of the families of the accused.

The lawyers could not even get one defence witness to testify whereas the prosecution brought in 25.

Thirty days after completing the case proceedings, tribunal-2 on Thursday fixed today for announcing the verdict.

The prosecution and the defence placed their closing arguments between September 23 and September 30.

In their closing arguments, the prosecution said the duo “deserved” capital punishment for the crimes “they had committed” in 1971 while the defence sought acquittals claiming that the prosecution “failed to prove the charges”.

The charges are related to the abduction and killing of 18 intellectuals and professionals.

LIST OF VICTIMS KILLED BY MUEEN, ASHRAF

Dhaka University teachers Prof Mofazzal Haider Choudhury, Prof Munier Chowdhury, Prof Giasuddin Ahmed, Prof Sirajul Haque Khan, Dr Abul Khayer, Dr Faizul Mohiuddin, Prof Rashidul Hasan, Prof Anwar Pasha, Prof Santosh Chandra Bhattacharyya, journalists Serajuddin Hossain, Syed Najmul Haque, ANM Golam Mostafa, Nizam Uddin Ahmed, Selina Pervin, Shahidullah Kaiser, and physicians Fazle Rabbee, Alim Chaudhury and Mohammad Martuza.

WAR CRIMES TRIAL PROGRESS REPORT

The two tribunals dealing with the war crimes cases have so far delivered verdicts in eight cases.

The tribunal-2 awarded death penalty to expelled Jamaat leader Abul Kalam Azad, Jamaat Assistant Secretary General Muhammad Kamaruzzaman and Jamaat Secretary General Ali Ahsan Mohammad Mojaheed on January 21, May 9 and July 17 of this year respectively.

The tribunal also awarded former BNP minister Abdul Alim imprisonment till death on October 9 for committing genocide and crimes against humanity during the country’s 1971 War of Independence.

The Tribunal-1 awarded Jamaat Nayeb-e-Ameer Delawar Hossain Sayedee and BNP standing committee member Salauddin Quader Chowdhury death penalty on February 28 and October 1 for their war time offences.

It also awarded 90-year jail to former Jamaat-e-Islami chief Ghulam Azam on July 15, while Jamaat Assistant Secretary General Abdul Quader Mollah was given life sentence on February 5 by Tribunal-2.

The Supreme Court on September 17 awarded death penalty to Mollah, responding to appeals against the trial court verdict.

Bangladesh orders war crime trial of top UK Muslim – Death Penalty If Guilty

One of Britain’s leading Muslims is to be tried in his absence for war crimes in Bangladesh.  Chowdhury Mueen Uddin, 63, who was director of Muslim Spiritual Care Provision in  the NHS and chairman of the Multi-Faith Group for Healthcare Chaplaincy(no idea what that is but i image its well paid whatever) , is accused of  killing 18 independence activists during Bangladesh’s war of independence in 1971. If found guilty there would be demands he face the death penalty.

Over the decades, he became one of Britain’s most influential Muslim leaders, was instrumental in setting up the Muslim Council of Britain (MCB), and is now one of the trustees of the UK’s leading Islamic charity, Muslim Aid. Both are regarded as having links to Islamist groups such as the Muslim Brotherhood. He also attended the renowned extremist East London Mosque. Mr Mueen-Uddin was one of the chief Islamic leaders who mobilised thousands of British Muslims to protest against the publication of Salman Rushdie’s controversial book, The Satanic Verses, in 1989.He led a group of Muslim leaders who went to Downing Street to hand a petition against publication of the book to Margaret Thatcher, who was Prime Minister at the time.

No doubt he will follow in Abu Qatada’s shoes and use human right laws as a way to avoid deportation to face justice. It goes to show you no matter how respectable the Muslim acts, there is always the potential Islamic extremist hidden inside.

 

Bangladesh orders war crime trial of top UK Muslim

By AFP Published: June 24, 2013

Bangladeshi police stand guard outside the International Crimes Tribunal court in Dhaka. PHOTO: AFP.

DHAKA: A Bangladesh war crimes court Monday ordered a British-based Muslim leader and a US citizen to be tried in absentia for the murder of 19 intellectuals during the 1971 war, prosecutors said.

The country’s much criticised International Crimes Tribunal (ICT) charged Chowdhury Mueenuddin and Ashrafuzzaman Khan with 11 “crimes against humanity” counts including murder, confinement, abduction and torture.

“They have been charged with the murder of 19 top intellectuals during the war. They included writers, university professors, doctors and journalists,” senior prosecutor Ziad Al Malum told AFP, adding both face the death penalty if convicted.

Rana Dasgupta, another prosecutor, told AFP that the court “has fixed July 15 for the opening statement” in their trial.

Some of the intellectuals the two men are accused of murdering, Malum said, are Sirajuddin Hossain, the executive editor of the Ittefaq daily newspaper; top playwright and Dhaka University professor Muneer Chowdhury; and the popular novelist Shahidullah Kaiser.

Both Mueenuddin and Khan were born in Bangladesh and had fled the country after the 1971 war.

“Mueenuddin is living in Britain and Khan in the United States. The court has ordered the trial to be held in absentia and has provided defense lawyers for them,” Malum said, adding the court was not seeking their extradition.

“It’s up to the British people and their government whether they are going to extradite a top war crime accused or not,” he said.

Mueenuddin, 64, has held positions in a host of top Islamic organisations in his adopted homeland of Britain and was involved in setting up the Muslim Council of Britain – the largest umbrella group in the UK representing Muslims.

The London-based former journalist, who denies any wrongdoing, was a newspaper reporter when the war broke out.

He is accused of being a leading member of the notorious al Badr militia and of the Jamaat-e-Islami political party, which opposed the war.

Mueenuddin would face the death penalty if convicted and extradited – although historically Britain has always refused extradition requests if the charges carry a death sentence.

Last week he told the BBC that he did not have confidence in the tribunal.

“I am happy to respond to these charges in an open and fair court of law that is recognised by the international community,” he said. “But I have little faith that the current process in Bangladesh is open nor just.”

Khan, a United States citizen, was a Dhaka University student leader during the war and who is now believed to be living in New York. Prosecutors described him as the “chief executor” for the al Badr militia. He has yet to make any public statement on the allegations.

The tribunal has already charged 12 people with war crimes. Four have been sentenced, three of whom have been handed down death sentences by hanging, including the vice-president of Jamaat-e-Islami.

Deadly protests over the trials have gripped the Muslim-majority country since January, when the court started handing out verdicts.

The current government says up to three million people were killed in the war.

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina’s government established the ICT in 2010 to try the collaborators, but it has been hit by a series of controversies. Human Rights Watch has said the tribunal’s procedures fall short of international standards.

via Bangladesh orders war crime trial of top UK Muslim – The Express Tribune.