All posts tagged: human rights watch

Bangladesh Regime Recreating Myanmar’s Persecution of the Rohingya Muslims to Force their Return to the Hands of their Killers

On the 11th May, Human Rights Watch reported that Bangladesh police had beaten a number of Rohingya refugees at a checkpoint, including a 62-year-old female refugee who was returning to her shelter in the Kutupalong Refugee Camp after collecting food rations. She reported that police officers from Bangladesh Armed Police Battalion beat her and other […]

Views on the News 15/04/2022

Headlines: • Britain Plans to Send Migrants to Rwanda under Tougher Asylum Policy • Pakistan to Seek Deepening of ‘Important’ Ties with US • Pakistan to Name Miftah Ismail as Finance Chief before IMF Talks Britain Plans to Send Migrants to Rwanda Under Tougher Asylum Policy Britain could send tens of thousands of asylum seekers […]

Bangladesh Closes Schools for Rohingya Muslims It Threatens to Strip their Identities and Deport them to a Remote Island if Opened!

Officials in Bangladesh threaten to confiscate Rohingya refugees’ identity documents and forcibly transfer them to a remote flood-prone island, if they violate an arbitrary ban on schools they have set up, according to Human Rights Watch. A report issued by the organization said that refugees need identification documents called “data cards” issued by the United […]

Only the Reestablishment of the Khilafah (Caliphate) System can Eradicate the Western Phenomenon of Brutal Torture of Detainees

10 international human rights organizations, including Human Rights Watch, have called the UN and relevant countries to take final action, noting that the country’s government has failed to address widespread allegations of torture and ill-treatment in custody against Bangladesh’s security forces. The statement also stated that the brutal treatment of detainees by law enforcement and […]