samedi 11 août 2012

Ixelles 2012 - Bangladesh Nationalist Party

Photos prises le 27 juillet sur la viitrine d'une épicierie située face à la mosquée (sur la photo) de la chaussée de Wavre à Ixelles par Rachid Z.

Le Bangladesh Nationalist Party est un parti islamo-conservateur fondé par le général putschiste Ziaur Rahman ("Zia") en 1978, sa veuve la "Begum Zia" lui a succédé à sa tête après son assassinat en 1981.

"Zia moved to lead the nation in a new direction, significantly different from the ideology and agenda of Sheikh Mujib. He issued a proclamation order amending the constitution, increasing the direct influence and role of Islam on the government. In the preamble, he inserted the salutation "Bismillahir-Rahmaanir-Rahim" ("In the name of Allah, the Beneficent, the Merciful"). In Article 8(1) and 8(1A) the statement "absolute trust and faith in Almighty Allah"' was added, replacing the commitment to secularism. Socialism was redefined as "economic and social justice". Zia further introduced provisions to allow Muslims to practice the social and legal injunctions of the Shariat and Sunnah. In Article 25(2), Zia introduced the principle that '"the state shall endeavour to consolidate, preserve and strengthen fraternal relations among Muslim countries based on Islamic solidarity."[4] Zia's edits to the constitution redefined the nature of the republic from the secularism laid out by Sheikh Mujib and his supporters. Islamic religious education was introduced as a compulsory subject in Bangladeshi schools, with provisions for non-Muslim students to learn of their own religions."

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