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Maiden verdict today

Published/Broadcast by : Daily StarDate : Monday, 21 January 2013Author : Staff correspondentContent : january 21, 2013 Staff Correspondent The much-awaited day has arrived as the international crimes tribunal would deliver its maiden verdict on a crimes against humanity case today. The nation had eagerly waited 41 years for this day. The International Crimes Tribunal-2,…

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War crimes witness testifies against Mojaheed, Azad

Published/Broadcast by : Daily StarDate : Wednesday, 28 November 2012Author : Content : Staff Correspondent Testifying in two cases yesterday, a freedom fighter said he was tortured by war-crimes accused Azad and others after Jamaat leader Mojaheed held a meeting with a Pakistani army officer and Razakars at Faridpur Circuit House. Ranjit Kumar Nath alias…

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Testimony against Jamaat trio

Published/Broadcast by : Daily StarDate : Wednesday, 14 November 2012Author : Content : Staff Correspondent An eyewitness yesterday testified that he had seen Jamaat-e-Islami leaders Ghulam Azam, Motiur Rahman Nizami and Ali Ahsan Mohammad Mojaheed at a Pakistan army and their collaborators’ camp at Mohammadpur during the Liberation War. All three Jamaat leaders are facing…

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মানবতাবিরোধী অপরাধের বিচার : মুজাহিদের সই ছিল রাজাকারের পরিচয়পত্রে

Published/Broadcast by : কালের কন্ঠDate : Thursday, 4 October 2012Author : নিজস্ব প্রতিবেদকContent : ১৯৭১ সালে রাজাকারের পরিচয়পত্রে সই ছিল তৎকালীন ইসলামী ছাত্রসংঘের নেতা আলী আহসান মোহাম্মাদ মুজাহিদের। একাত্তরের মানবতাবিরোধী অপরাধের মামলায় জামায়াতের সেক্রেটারি জেনারেল মুজাহিদের বিরুদ্ধে রাষ্ট্রপক্ষের তৃতীয় সাক্ষী মাহবুব কামাল আন্তর্জাতিক অপরাধ ট্রাইব্যুনালে এ তথ্য দিয়েছেন। বিচারপতি এ টি এম ফজলে কবীরের নেতৃত্বাধীন…

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Nizami, Mojaheed tortured Rumi, Altaf

Published/Broadcast by : Daily StarDate : Friday, 21 September 2012Author : Staff CorrespondentContent : Friday, September 21, 2012 Staff Correspondent: War hero Jalal testifies at war crimes tribunal Jamaat leaders Nizami and Mojaheed tortured martyred freedom fighter Rumi and musician Altaf Mahmud at a camp of the Pakistani army in Nakhalpara of Dhaka, said a…

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Mojaheed addressed Al-Badr rallies: Shahriar Kabir tells tribunal

Published/Broadcast by : Daily StarDate : Friday, 14 September 2012Author : Staff CorrespondentContent : War crimes accused Ali Ahsan Mohammad Mojaheed as one of the top Al-Badr leaders addressed several rallies of the outfit during the Liberation War, eminent war crimes researcher Shahriar Kabir told the International Crimes Tribunal-2 yesterday. Newspapers covered those events with…

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‘Mojaheed not own his father’s crimes’

Published/Broadcast by : Bangla News 24Date : Monday, 2 April 2012Author : Jakia AhmedContent : DHAKA: Jamaat Secretary-General and ex-minister Ali Ahsan Mohammad Mojaheed is not responsible if his father Maulana Mohammad Ali’s committed any crime being a member of ‘Shanti Committee’ during the liberation war in 1971. Lawyer of the Jamaat leader Barrister Munshi…

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ICT accepts charges against Mojaheed

Published/Broadcast by : Daily StarDate : Thursday, 26 January 2012Author : Content : The International Crimes Tribunal accepted charges of crimes against humanity against Jamaat-e-Islami leader Ali Ahsan Mohammad Mojaheed on Thursday. The three-judge tribunal headed by its Chairman Justice Nizamul Huq fixed February 23 for hearing on framing charges against Mojaheed regarding the alleged…

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Mojaheed pressed Pak army for hasty killings

Published/Broadcast by : Daily StarDate : Tuesday, 17 January 2012Author : Ashutosh SarkarContent : War crimes prosecution finds his link to murder of noted musician Altaf, war hero Rumee Ashutosh Sarkar Top Jamaat-e-Islami leader Ali Ahsan Mohammad Mojaheed was involved in killing many people, including freedom fighters and intellectuals, during the Liberation War of Bangladesh…

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B’desh formally charges JI leaders of war crimes

Published/Broadcast by : India ExpressDate : Sunday, 11 December 2011Author : Content : Sun Dec 11 2011, 18:26 hrs Three top leaders of fundamentalist Jamaat-e-Islami were today formally accused of committing war crimes during 1971 freedon struggle, paving the way for their speedy trial by International Crimes Tribunal. “The Tribunal has set December 18 for…

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