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The Saudi Gazette reports about the Tribunal of Bangladesh: abduction prevention and crimes against humanity cannot support of home or abroad law.
Monday, 04 February 2013
Saudi eminent newspaper “Saudi Gazette” articles have been published
that United Nations Human Rights Council, Amnesty International, World
Council of Law various human rights organizations, some members of the
British House of Lords is coming again and again said to the
Bangladesh war crimes tribunal trial is illegal. They also said
according to the national and international law is not perfect or not
insure of standard value. This judge does not support of any national
or international law.  This article has written by former diplomats of
Saudi Arabia South Asia expert Dr. Ali Al-Gamadi in the Saudi Gazette
on the Wednesday. He mentioned about the abduction of Jamaat-e-Islami
Nayebe Ameer Maulana Delwar Hossain Sayedee’s counter evidence Bally
which published in international human rights organization Human
Rights Watch. The report want to explain the step of the government’s
to investigate of Shukhranzan Bally.HRW informed that there is no news
of Bally although he is invisible for two months. Eye-witnesses said
he was last seen in police custody. Organization\'s South Asia director
Brad Adams said, to direct of abduction of a witness on behalf of the
opposition in prosecution and response is not strong support. We think
government and law force agencies will recover without political
partiality. Saudi gazette said that Bangladesh is come from war
between East Pakistan and West Pakistan. Tribunal has established for
the justice of crimes against humanity for 9 months. After 41 years
political partial judgments which is known to the International Crimes
Tribunal (ICT). Bally was the party’s witness. But he decides to give
witness on behalf of Sayedee.