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Bangladesh: Muslims hack English professor hacked to death with machetes


University English professor hacked to death with machetes in Bangladesh in brutal ISIS attack

  • A.F.M. Rezaul Karim Siddique assaulted on his way to work at university
  • Attackers used sharp weapons and fled scene immediately
  • Incident similar to recent killings of atheist bloggers in Bangladesh 
  • Islamic State have claimed responsibility for the deadly attack

By Kate Samuelson For Mailonline
Published: 13:44, 23 April 2016 |

A university professor was hacked to death by a gang of attackers while on his way to work in northwestern Bangladesh.

A.F.M. Rezaul Karim Siddique was attacked on his way to the state-run university in the city of Rajshahi, where he taught English.

The attackers used sharp weapons and fled the scene immediately, according to deputy police commissioner Nahidul Islam. ISIS have claimed responsibility for the horrific attack.

A.F.M. Rezaul Karim Siddique (pictured) was attacked on his way to the state-run university in the city of Rajshahi, where he taught English

2 thoughts on “Bangladesh: Muslims hack English professor hacked to death with machetes

  1. It is tiring to hear of NO action by authorities in things like this. They all seem to be in fear of the islamic cowards. Again I say, islam is fascism disguised as religion. people were in fear of NAZI until everyone came to the realization that it had to be destroyed and then the decent world fought it. Now this same fascism has been allowed to grow again and how long until everyone realizes it must be destroyed?

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  2. !!! – “Bloodshed and Mayhem” is the byword of Islam as manifested through ‘that’ Cult’s evil deeds and actions! Indeed, – poetic Justice would be seen to be enacted, were Infidels and Unbelievers’ to adopt and apply the Islamic ‘Prophet’s own advocated ‘remedy’ against the Jihadist butchers! After all, “Imitation” is the sincerest form of flattery, – Right?”

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