Bangladeshi Expatriates: Bangladeshi Exiles, Taslima Nasrin, Sheikh Mohiuddin Ahmed

Chapters: Bangladeshi Exiles, Taslima Nasrin, Sheikh Mohiuddin Ahmed. Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 24. Not illustrated. Free updates online. Purchase includes a free trial membership in the publisher's book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Excerpt: Sheikh Mohiuddin Ahmed is the Leader and President of the Liberal Party Bangladesh , currently residing in exile in Waterford , Ireland . He also founded and serves as the Chairman of Board of Governors of the Institute of Liberal Democracy , a registered think tank for liberal policies in Bangladesh. He is also one of the top Starategic Analyst in Bangladesh.After the founding of the Liberal Party Bangladesh in 1998, Sheikh Mohiuddin Ahmed was a candidate in the 2001 parliamentary election in Bangladesh. Standing in the constituency of Barishal with Pirojpur,but he lost. In 2001, Sheikh Mohiuddin Ahmed published his book Vision and mission of a leader: road to freedom through the Institute of Liberal Democracy. Now he is studying LAW in Waterford IT in Ireland and completed BA in Legal Studies. He is planning to establish a national organisation for Minorities' political rights in Ireland.References (URLs online) A hyperlinked version of this chapter is at Taslima Nasrin Taslima Nasrin (born 25 August 1962, in Mymensingh , Bangladesh ) is a Bengali Bangladeshi ex-doctor turned author who has been living in exile since 1994. From a modest literary profile in the late 1980s, she rose to global fame by the end of the twentieth century owing to her radical feminist views and her criticism of Islam in particular and of religion in general.Since fleeing Bangladesh in 1994 she has lived in many countries, and currently (Mar 2010) lives in Sweden after expulsion from India in 2008 where she was denounced by the Muslim clergy and received death threats from Islamic fundamentalists . She works to build support for secular humanism, freedom of thought , equality for women , and human righ...