Viva Diversity! Toronto Mosque Holds Memorial For War Criminal Motiur Rahman Nizami Executed In Bangladesh

Toronto’s motto is “Diversity is our strength” and I’m certain you’ll find this story of our vibrant multiculturalism as enriching I do.

Motiur Rahman Nizami was the leader of the Jamaat-e-Islami party during the Bangladesh war of independence. He was accused of also leading the “pro-Pakistan Al-Badr militia which killed top writers, doctors, journalists and intellectuals during the conflict.”

He was tried and sentenced to death for genocide, rape and torture under a special tribunal investigating the conflict which claimed some 3 million lives.

The government is blaming the Bangladesh Nationalist Party (BNP), and the Jamaat-e-Islami for the recent upsurge in Islamist violence plaguing the country which has seen the brutal murders of secularists and atheists.

But to some of our fellow citizens Motiur Rahman Nizami is a man wrongly convicted, a man whose only crime was the pursuit of democracy.

The memorial held in honour of convicted war criminal Motiur Rahman Nizami was celebrated at Toronto’s Salaheddin Masjid ,(741 Kennedy Rd, Toronto, ON).

Matiur Rahman Nizami Muslim War Criminal Bangladesh














The Salaheddin Masjid is no stranger to controversy, it is well known as a home to “devout” Muslims.

And of course ICNA Canada wrote Stephane Dion decrying the injustice of it all…

There now, don’t you feel better for knowing that?

  • Etobicoke_Gladiator

    So vibrant! Ah, multiculturalism is so enriching. I feel more and more enriched as the weeks pass.

  • UCSPanther

    I regard the rape spree that was perpetrated by the Pakistan army and their loyalists to be on par with similar rampages during WWII on both the Eastern Front and the Pacific Theater.

  • Martin B

    “killed top writers, doctors, journalists and intellectuals…genocide, rape and torture”

    Sounds like democracy to me.

  • Sid Falco

    and Erdogan recalled the turkish ambassador

    If you’re on his side you know you’re in the wrong

  • Gary

    Don’t expect John Tory to condemn it because he sold-out Canada to get elected and now finds it easier to call non-muslims Canadians Racists rather than denounce the Quranic homophobia and misogyny plus the child-bride pedophilia which is sanctioned to emulate muhammad.
    Tory’s head will explode when the pressure-cooker bombs go off at the PRIDE parade since Justin plans to being in a total of 200,000 muslims in the guise of syrian refugees while he increased the Immigration number by 20,000 .

    The 50,000 muslim refugees will sponsor about 150,000 more muslims in the guise of a relative that had NO ID or papers to prove it. Justin’s bringing the Iraq war to Canada which may be why he wants our F-18’s in Canada to fight the islamists in our major Cities.
    The Gold Domes on the mosques make it much easier to see from 10,000 feet so the Jihadists can get their wish to see allah for their virgins.

    • JoKeR

      There you go, using that “L” word. Now you’ve done it!

    • JoKeR

      OK, so you didn’t use the “L” word but you took King Justin’s name in vain!

      • DavidinNorthBurnaby

        *Emperor* Justinian, if you don’t mind. Emperor of all the Canerduhs.

    • Canadian Born

      One can only hope that Wynne and Tory and Juniors’ head will explode. Then maybe the province and country could be run by somebody that knows what they are doing. Maybe Canada could then become Canada again, instead of Canastan. I wonder if this is wishful think by me?

  • simus1

    Which does lead to a small question or two like how did sympathizers with and presumably close relatives of those who committed atrocities in tandem with Pakistan’s disgraceful army of occupation in what is now Bangladesh get security clearance to come to Canada?

    • Alain

      Heaven forbid that any of our politicians address that.

    • DavidinNorthBurnaby

      Hmmm … Maybe it involves a person whose name is reminiscent of “bums”.