Posts Tagged ‘ criminal ’

Blogging ’71 – Last Episode

October 15, 2010
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Omi Rahman Pial is greatly inspired with the popularity of his blog posts and also whenever his documents are used as reference in countering anti-Liberation War propaganda. He says that a sufficient number of war crimes’ witnesses are still alive so it’s a matter of time before the demons are punished for their acts against…

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Blogging ’71 – Part-3

October 13, 2010
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Blogger Omi Rahman Pial believes that the online defamation and distortion carried out by the sympathizers of war criminals are being countered with arguments supported by rare documents and photographs. But this online historic information is not being disseminated properly amongst the masses. Neither is the mass media highlighting such truths and nor are there…

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Blogging ’71 – Part-2

October 12, 2010
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Blogger Omi Rahman Pial is disappointed with the present government’s lack of response towards online media, where sympathizers of war criminals are using the hypodermic method of establishing a lie as the truth. Where government-backed researchers are silent, a few voluntary bloggers like Pial are trying to combat online propaganda. Pial hopes to see at…

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Blogging ’71, Omi Rahman Pial

October 11, 2010
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Omi Rahman Pial is a first generation Bangla blogger who has dedicated his research to the revelation of the true events of 1971. He started generic blogging in somewherein.net in 2006, but soon realized the growing distortion being propagated by the supporters of war criminals against the Father of the Nation and the freedom fight…

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Breaking the spell of Shadow Dancers

July 26, 2010
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Breaking the spell of Shadow Dancers

E-bangladesh.org carries the distinction of upholding the liberty and integrity of a virtual Bangladesh in the face threats from shadow dancers who continue to swirl around our fate with never ending ferocity. Truth and the freedom to unleash truth without consequences is the only way to break the viciousness of this cycle. From the wasteland…

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