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Bangladeshi Nobel prize winner targeted by anti-gay clerics

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  1. Jock S. Trap 26 Oct 2013, 10:31am

    Sadly nasty people/things happen to good people.

    Thankfully the good people shine through.

  2. funny Hitler was state backed to as are these religious freaks..that’s scary

  3. I’m a bit confused about something. I know a few people from Bangladesh. And they self-identify as “Bangali”. I know that Bangali is the language, but don’t the people of bangladesh self-identify as “Bangali”? Not Bangladeshi?

  4. shipu ahmed 26 Oct 2013, 6:05pm

    I love to say proudly im a bangladeshi ,but its a shame to me I can’t say it because of the Bangladesh situation I dont feel like im living in a safe ,freedom country .in 1971 our ancestor fight for our freedom they given there life we remember and celebrate those days but we dont flow them that why ?

  5. That’s a no brainer. Anything that lends human dignity to any minority erodes their power to control and dictate so they’ll do anything to keep that from happening. Unfortunately, the door to enlightenment has been opened and can never be closed again. The game’s been changed and they’re on the defensive, where they’ll remain til they become nothing more than a bad memory.

  6. So instead of congratulating and being delighted that they have a Nobel prize winner they are bombarding him with threats and hate? Yes that sounds about right. Next they will be scratching their heads and wondering why they are one of the world’s basket cases.

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