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Bangladeshi writer position on Hindus by Muslims E-mail
Under the Indian Act is to promote disharmony and hatred between religious groups a maximum imprisonment of three years. A police spokesman in Hyderabad said that she was indicted for 'hurting Muslim feelings. " This is also part of this law (but Koran passages as' death the unbelievers wherever you find them but you 'or' Jews are monkeys and pigs' promote true peace). The Belgaalse writer Taslima Nasrin writes about the wretched treatment of Hindus in the predominantly Muslim Bangladesh and the many rapes of women in Muslim societies.
Taslima Nasrin, raised as a Muslim, atheist and now known for her autobiography, Wild Wind, from 1993 fatwa have received in response to its newspaper articles and books. Her books are banned in Bangladesh, her passport was confiscated and she was repeatedly threatened with death by Islamic fundamentalists with a premium on its head. In 1994 Islamists demanded that she had to be suspended after an interview in The Statesmen which they said that the Koran "thorough review" should be. She had come to court because of blasphemy and went to jail. After two months she was released on bail and left the country. They lived more than ten years in exile in Sweden. They still can not safely return to Bangladesh and has recently requested the Indian citizenship since the subcontinent's task and with the culture that most feel connected. Nasrin received the 1994 Sacharowprijs for Freedom of Thoughts of the European Parliament and other international awards. Her books have been translated into twenty languages, but Bangladesh is still prohibited. Three years ago accused a senior Indian spiritual it's a "Jewish spies' (sic) to be. In the same year the police arrested a man who's had threatened with death. When in 2005 an anti-war poem in Bengal contributed to immigrants in New York had to leave the stage because she was uitgejouwd.

In March 2007 was Nasrin in India again with the death threat from an extremist Muslim organization. They praised a premium of 500,000 rupies (almost 9,000 euros) for her head. The only way to come out of here, as they would offer her apology, her books would burn and would leave the country. A Muslim leader who fought the attacks to justify said: "We do not care about our status as a parliamentarian. We are primarily Muslim. And it is our responsibility to test them to make that something to bring to Islam in any way. "Nasrin had pulled into a corner. She called the attack "barbaric", but swore that they would not bow the head. Many Indian Muslims felt that the attack on Nasrin had nothing to do with the deterioration of freedom of expression. Rather, it was an attack on the affect of free expression by Nasrin! The Book was a banner with a similar piece Muslim logic: "If you Taslima and Rushdie houses, then all Muslims away from this country." Muslims take the high when they feel that someone makes them ridiculous. She then quickly shoot the victim and sometimes even threatened with violence.

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