خبر من مصادر إنجليزية.
أدى قيام حكومة "بنجلاديش" بإعدام القيادي الإسلامي البارز بالجماعة الإسلامية "عبدالقادر مولا" - إلى اندلاع الاعتراضات والمظاهرات الواسعة في البلاد، والتي واجهتها الشرطة بتصدي أمني عنيف بالرصاص والغاز خلَّف عشرات الجرحى والقتلى واعتقال العديد من المواطنين؛ حيث بلغت حصيلة القتلى 235 فردًا منذ يناير الماضي وقت النطق بالحكم.
وقد أعرب وزير الداخلية الباكستاني عن استنكاره لما فعلته "بنجلاديش"، التي أعدمت القيادي الإسلامي المعارض للانفصال عن "باكستان"، الذي حدث عام 1971 على خلفية أحداث الانفصال، متهمًا الحكومة بصناعة أزمة والعبث بالماضي، مشيرًا إلى أن الشعب الباكستاني حزن لإعدام القيادي الإسلامي؛ المصدر: شبكة الألوكة.
يرجى الإشارة إلى المصدر عند نقل الخبر - شبكة الألوكة.
Scores of arrests recorded in Bangladesh after Mollah’s hanging
Demonstrators set up barricades and torch vehicles to protest Mollah's execution on Thursday, while his Jamaat-e-Islami party says police arrested over 150.
At least five people were killed and scores injured on Friday in clashes between police and Jamaat-e-Islami activists across the country triggered by the execution of the group's senior member Abdul Quader Mollah on Thursday.
Bangladesh Jamaat-e-Islami party and its student organization Islami Chhatra Shibir organized rallies on Friday in capital Dhaka and many districts, including funeral prayers for Mollah in absentia after Friday prayers.
Jamaat said in a press statement on Friday that the police detained more than 150 activists and injured three hundred people in the last two days across the country.
Security forces used tear gas, rubber bullets and live ammunition soon after Jamaat activists lined the streets in the capital.
One person was killed by police fire and the other four died in clashes between members of the opposition groups and supporters of ruling Awami League.
Protesters torched vehicles and set up barricades inside and around the capital cutting off several roads and intercity highways.
Mollah was convicted of war crimes in February and sentenced to capital punishment in September. He was to be executed on December 11 but was given a reprieve.
International efforts to prevent his execution have failed, including a diplomatic attempt by Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan, who had said Mollah's death would engender "new scars and troubles" in Bangladesh.
Around 235 people have died in clashes since the verdicts were first given last January.
Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan, Pakistan’s Federal Minister for Interior, condemned Bangladesh for opening old wounds, expressing his ‘deep grief’ over the execution.
He told Pakistani newspaper Dawn Reports that Mollah was hanged because of his solidarity to Pakistan in the 1971 war, which saw Bangladesh, back then known as East Pakistan, split from West Pakistan.
“Till the very end before creation of Bangladesh, he (Mollah) remained supporter of a united Pakistan and today every Pakistani is saddened and grieved on his death,” he was quoted as saying.
He added, “In reality, whenever any country regrettably falls victim to a civil war, then all sides in the conflict resort to violence…It would have been better if the Bangladeshi government had shown farsightedness, bigheartedness and magnanimity instead of opening old wounds.”
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