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Maybe Abby made it up, 'cause it did sound different in tone than other Abby questions.
Uh, not that I would know from being an avid Abby reader or anything.
Abby said, wisely, that he should check that out and maybe, um, ask her?
This brings me to the point I’ve been trying to make over and over again on these pages: that religious identity politics are driven more by the political-economy of control over scarce resources than by religion. Certainly not "secularists" who think that taking "Bismillah" out of the constitution is going to magically empower our Hindu citizens.
And since most of our intelligentsia falls into this category, that should answer our question as to why they haven’t really looked into the reasons behind the Vested Property Act being instituted in the first place in 1974 in a Bangladesh supposedly built on a secular Bangali nationalism. Jamaat would stink if it had more power as would JP.
After all, if the law was repealed but the confiscation still went on, it had to be done somehow right?
Who’s on for a good old-fashioned pogrom to seize property?