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United in Anger, United in Protest

February 11, 2013

February 9,2013
Shahbag, Day 5:

Dhaka University Film Society showing motivational liberation war film, TV drama and songs to cheer up the crowd at Shahbag.

Dhaka University Film Society showing motivational liberation war film, TV drama and songs to cheer up the crowd at Shahbag.

Even musicians lay down their instruments

Even musicians lay down their instruments

A poster reading 'Pakistani Bustard'

A poster reading ‘Pakistani Bustard’

A poster reading 'The old condor is back, our flag is at stake'

A poster reading ‘The old condor is back, our flag is at stake’

The protest was started by Bloggers. Sachalayatan bloggers have significant presence on day 5 at the protest site.

The protest was started by Bloggers. Sachalayatan bloggers have significant presence on day 5 at the protest site.

'71 is the strength!

’71 is the strength!

A protester with national flag and a placard reading 'Wait'

A protester with national flag and a placard reading ‘Wait’

Theater groups like Teerandaj continuing their street theater show for the second consecutive day.

Theater groups like Teerandaj continuing their street theater show for the second consecutive day.

A poster reading ' In our beloved Bengal dogs live on Razakars' corpses’

A poster reading ‘ In our beloved Bengal dogs live on Razakars’ corpses’

Singer Kabir Sumon expressed his solidarity with the mass movement from Kolkata, India. He wrote and composed a brand new riveting song for the protesters. A protester displaying last couplet of that song:  'Live the roar, live the roar Want true justice Hang the criminals, hang the criminals If the crimes merit so’

Singer Kabir Sumon expressed his solidarity with the mass movement from Kolkata, India. He wrote and composed a brand new riveting song for the protesters. A protester displaying last couplet of that song:
‘Live the roar, live the roar
Want true justice
Hang the criminals, hang the criminals
If the crimes merit so’

A poster in front of the National Library reading 'Ready to die  On this road We demand Hanging  For blood-letting'

A poster in front of the National Library reading
‘Ready to die
On this road
We demand
Hanging
For blood-letting’

A poster in front of the National Library reading 'Didn't come here To weep Came here For justice  For hanging'

A poster in front of the National Library reading
‘Didn’t come here
To weep
Came here
For justice
For hanging’

'Ban Jamaat-i-Islami and Islami Chatra Shibir'

‘Ban Jamaat-i-Islami and Islami Chatra Shibir’

A candle light vigil portraying ' Again at war'

A candle light vigil portraying ‘ Again at war’

Coffins are ready.

Coffins are ready.

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