Bangladesh: How important is assertion of identity?
Source:The Daily Star-Dhaka
Don't get me wrong. I understand as well as anyone the need to assert one's religious identity. There are times when you want -- when you demand -- to stand up and be counted.
Submitted on Thu, 01/08/2004 - 01:00
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