Debunking the 3 million genocide myth

This is copied from the "Ancient Pakistan" page on Facebook.

Just days after the Fall of Dhaka, General Abdul Siddigui and his Bengali nationalist guerrilla fighters (Mukti Bahini) are photographed using bayonets to torture and kill four Bihari men suspected of "collaborating" with Pakistan. This scene was repeated across Bangladesh weeks after 16 December 1971, in which minority communities like Biharis, Chakma Buddhists and even a small Punjabi community in Dhaka, were brutally murdered.

Mature nations should be able to question their own history, and accept interpretations which may differ from the one they were led to believe. This is particularly true in cases of conflict. As time passes and cooler heads prevail, we can start piecing together the facts, and shunning away the propaganda and exaggerations. History cannot be changed, but it can be reassessed.

I, as a historian and a Pakistani, personally hold no grudges against Bangladesh today nor am I interested in β€œreclaimin

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The negative impact Bangladeshi culture has had on first generation British Bangladeshi's

Firstly this article will not be an attack on the Bangladeshi culture just highlighting the negative impact it has had on the first generation to be born in Britain, and how the new generation needs to change our parents way of thinking this, so we can look forward and not be stuck in the 90s and backwards culture. The culture has bought many positives, the food, clothes the hospitality etc... especially the hospitality I'm not aware of any other culture that would feed guests until there bursting at the seams. That being said I will continue.

Most of our parents came from the North Eastern region of Bangladesh from the city of Sylhet. Sylhet is a region of Bangladesh where the rest of Bangladesh think to still be β€œbackwards”, and not moved with the times. This has also become the view of Bangladeshi's that migrated to the UK in the early 80s and 90s. A huge concentration of Bengali's who migrated to the UK moved into Tower Hamlets, which already had a large Bengali community. Fast-f

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The Esperanto movement needs to focus on East Asia and monolinguals of regional languages. Countries like China and Japan are largely monolingual and isolated. and they lack the motivation to spend thousands of hours to master it.

Esperanto can be the easy bridge that can help them connect with the outside world. Esperanto is concentrated in Europe, in a continent where languages are relatively similar and most people are already multilingual. There are millions of people who need Esperanto. Millions of Arabic, Chinese, Russian, Japanese, Bengali and Russian monolinguals struggling to learn English which is still far from being the international language. And I know from personal experience that almost nobody from my acquaintances even knows about the existence of Esperanto. Duolingo courses in the aforementioned languages would truly internationalise and animate Esperanto. Success brings more success. Regarding China, they have been teaching English for decades and even in places like Hong Kong, which was a British colony for more than a century and now almost nobody speaks the language functionally. The noble cause of Esperanto can still be achieved and can truly revolutionise the world. Imagine an old Chinese

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The negative impact Bangladeshi culture has had on first generation British Bangladeshi's.

Firstly this article will not be an attack on the Bangladeshi culture just highlighting the negative impact it has had on the first generation to be born in Britain, and how the new generation needs to change our parents way of thinking this, so we can look forward and not be stuck in the 90s and backwards culture. The culture has bought many positives, the food, clothes the hospitality etc... especially the hospitality I'm not aware of any other culture that would feed guests until there bursting at the seams. That being said I will continue.

Most of our parents came from the North Eastern region of Bangladesh from the city of Sylhet. Sylhet is a region of Bangladesh where the rest of Bangladesh think to still be β€œbackwards”, and not moved with the times. This has also become the view of Bangladeshi's that migrated to the UK in the early 80s and 90s. A huge concentration of Bengali's who migrated to the UK moved into Tower Hamlets, which already had a large Bengali community. Fast-f

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