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#MyJihad in Bangladesh: Tens of thousands of Muslims take to the streets and demand sharia law against bloggers

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Once again, we are expected to believe that these tens of thousands (along with millions of other devout Muslims) misunderstand the sharia and the actual literal teachings of Islam.

'Arrest the atheists who insulted Islam!' Tens of thousands of Muslim activists hold prayers on streets of Bangladesh capital to call for new blasphemy laws against bloggers Daily Mail, March 29, 2013

Tens of thousands of Islamic
activists prayed on the streets of the Bangladeshi capital today during a
rally calling for the introduction of blaspemy laws and the restoration
of a caretaker government.

Members
of the Islami Andolan Bangladesh are demanding the arrest of 'atheist
bloggers who insulted Islam' and to pass laws punishing those who
'insulted Islam in the parliament'.

They have announced plans to 'lay siege' to the office of Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on April 25 if their demands are not met.

Demanding change: Thousands of Bangladeshis attend Friday prayers during a rally in Dhaka calling for new blasphemy laws

Demanding change: Thousands of Bangladeshis attend Friday prayers during a rally in Dhaka calling for new blasphemy laws

Collective effort: Members of the Islami Andolan Bangladesh are demanding the arrest of 'atheist bloggers who insulted Islam' and to pass laws punishing those who 'insulted Islam in the parliament'

Collective effort: Members of the Islami Andolan
Bangladesh are demanding the arrest of 'atheist bloggers who insulted
Islam' and to pass laws punishing those who 'insulted Islam in the
parliament'

They include the restoration of the
phrase 'absolute trust and faith upon Almighty Allah' in basic
principles of the constitution; passing laws to punish atheists; holding
of national elections under an impartial government; ensuring good
governance and justice, uprooting terrorism and corruption; and
establishing Islamic rule for a prosperous and welfare state.

[…]

Meanwhile,
clashes between police and supporters of the country's biggest Islamic
party left five dead on Friday during protests linked to ongoing war
crimes trials, police and media said.

Groundswell of opinion: The group is threatening to 'lay siege' to the office of Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on April 25 if their demands are not met

Groundswell of opinion: The group is threatening
to 'lay siege' to the office of Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on April
25 if their demands are not met

Protest: Islami Andolan Bangladesh also want the holding of national elections under an impartial government; uprooting terrorism and corruption; and establishing Islamic rule for a prosperous and welfare state

Protest: Islami Andolan Bangladesh also want the
holding of national elections under an impartial government; uprooting
terrorism and corruption; and establishing Islamic rule for a prosperous
and welfare state

Call for change: Activists of Islami Andolan Bangladesh raise their hands in the air and shout slogans as they take part in a grand rally in Dhaka

Call for change: Activists of Islami Andolan
Bangladesh raise their hands in the air and shout slogans as they take
part in a grand rally in Dhaka

Jamaat-e-Islami activists have been
staging countrywide strikes and rallies for months to protest against
the trials which have placed nearly their entire party leadership in the
dock, in cases dating back to the 1971 independence war.

Friday's
first incident occurred when lawmakers entered a village in
northwestern Chapainawabganj district to arrest party activists accused
of torching a power plant in such a protest last month.

About 6,000 villagers gathered to try and prevent the arrests, leading police to open fire.

'We
at first used rubber bullets and tear gas to disperse the mob, but they
attacked us with hand bombs, sticks and bricks, forcing us to open
fire,' deputy district police chief Motiur Rahman told AFP.

'We have heard the news of three men killed, but we have not seen any dead bodies,' he said.

No trust in the state: The party's Amir Mufti Syed Muhammad Rezaul Karimalso told the rally: 'The incumbent and previous governments have nurtured corruption, violence, nepotism and other different evil practices during last few decades'

No trust in the state: The party's Amir Mufti
Syed Muhammad Rezaul Karimalso told the rally: 'The incumbent and
previous governments have nurtured corruption, violence, nepotism and
other different evil practices during last few decades'

Demonstration: Supporters of a Islamic political party named Islami Andolan Bangladesh offer Friday prayers in a street of Dhaka

Demonstration: Supporters of a Islamic political party named Islami Andolan Bangladesh offer Friday prayers in a street of Dhaka

Local media reports quoted villagers saying three Jamaat supporters were killed, two on the spot and one on the way to hospital.

In
a separate but similar wave of protests in northwestern Sirajganj
district, two Jamaat supporters died after being hit with bullets, local
police chief Shamsul Huq told AFP.

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