Various Images (Bangladesh)

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Anti-atheist Protest

Tens of thousands of Islamic activists praying on the streets of the Bangladeshi capital during a rally (March 29, 2013) calling for the introduction of blasphemy laws and the restoration of a caretaker government. Members of the Islami Andolan Bangladesh demanded the arrest of "atheist bloggers who insulted Islam" and the passing of laws to punish those who "insulted Islam" in the parliament.

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Temples Attacked

Since Jamaat-e-Islami leader Delawar Hossain Sayedee was handed down a death sentence in a war crimes case on February 28, 2013 Muslims attacked temples, houses and shops of Hindus in four districts. 94 people died, more than 47 temples, 700 houses and dozens of shops of the minorities across the country were vandalised, torched and looted.

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Atheist Bloggers Arrested

Three Bangladeshi bloggers Russel Parvez, 36, Subrata Adhikari Shuvo, 24, and Mashiur Rahman Biblop, 42, arrested and paraded for offending Islam on March 29, 2013.

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