In Bangladesh, Christians stand up for ethnic minorities

In Bangladesh, Christians stand up for ethnic minorities

The Christians in Bangladesh are speaking up for the rights of the country’s ethnic minorities, bemoaning the fact that ethnic and religious minorities are not even mentioned in the nation’s constitution. Archbishop Moses Costa of Chittagong told international Catholic charity Aid to the Church in Need (ACN) that “the government... Continua »
Denmark expresses concern over violence in Bangladesh

Denmark expresses concern over violence in Bangladesh

In recent days, a news has overcome the constant censorship about the crawling genocide which has been underway for decades in the ethnic-linguistic area of the Chittagong Hill Tracts (CHT) of Bangladesh, whose populations are subjected to ethnic cleansing and replacement by muslim bengalis. The Danish Government, one of the... Continua »
Dhaka’s Covert and Illegal War against Indigenous People of CHT

Dhaka’s Covert and Illegal War against Indigenous People of CHT

Traditionally, Chittagong Hill Tracts (CHT) belongs to the 11 ethnic groups who collectively call themselves “Jumma indigenous people”. Dhaka has been silently sponsoring migration of millions of non-indigenous people from other parts of Bangladesh to CHT since the 1980’s. As a result, the population of non-indigenous people dramatically increased from... Continua »
Chittagong Hill Tracts: The Jummas’ Plight Under Military Rule

Chittagong Hill Tracts: The Jummas’ Plight Under Military Rule

An interesting article from UNPO about a very important topic.   The Chittagong Hill Tracts (CHT) of Bangladesh is virtually choked under military rule, anti-“Jumma” (as the local native population is often called) multi-faceted conspiracy and widespread slanderous propaganda. The recent instance of it is the denial of entry by... Continua »
Indigenous children of Bangladesh at risk of forced religious conversion

Indigenous children of Bangladesh at risk of forced religious conversion

There is an alarming presence of forced religious conversion of indigenous children at the hands of radical Islamists in Bandarban. Muslim fanatics seduce underprivileged families with scopes of a better education and lifestyle for their children, and forcefully convert the children in madrasas in Dhaka without their parents’ knowledge. Over... Continua »