Tag Archive: Death Penalty

Dec 15 2013

Bangladesh’s new secular generation celebrating the killing of a war criminal


I got abused by the secular people of Bangladesh on social network sites because I opposed the death penalty of Kader Mullah the war criminal. Many boys and girls of the new generation are confused people. They call themselves secular without knowing the meaning of the word. Many of them are against war criminals, but …

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Jan 11 2013


Once upon a time almost every society used to behead ‘sinners’ and criminals. But they stopped beheading as they evolved. Like the countries stop having death penalty as they become civilized. What is the difference between hanging, beheading and lethal injection? Probably lethal injection is the least painless method for execution. Beheading looks scary. It …

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Nov 22 2012

Yesterday a terrorist was executed by hanging !


Four years ago, Ajmal Kasab was only 21 when he was sent from Pakistan to India to terrorize Indians. He was a poor laborer. His poor father insisted him to join an organization for money. Lashkar-e-Taiba, the terrorist organization, used the poor man for their Jihad. Kasab’s family will get money if Kasab agrees to …

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Oct 10 2012

Death Penalty is a cruel and inhuman punishment in the name of justice.

Abolish the death penalty. Amnesty International said marking the 10th World Day against the Death Penalty on 10 October: The last decade has seen significant progress towards abolishing the use of the death penalty worldwide, but serious challenges remain before capital punishment is relegated to the dustbin of history. But there is a hope.

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May 17 2012

Abolish the death penalty

“What says the law? You will not kill. How does it say it? By killing!” -Victor Hugo “For centuries the death penalty, often accompanied by barbarous refinements, has been trying to hold crime in check; yet crime persists.” -Albert Camus “Had it not been for slavery, the death penalty would have likely been abolished in …

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