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Salah Uddin Shoaib Choudhury is an anti-Islamist journalist in Bangladesh presently facing sedition, treason and blasphemy charges. Working as Editor at The Weekly Blitz.

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Writing is my hobby. Writing for The Eastern Herald as an editorial team member.

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Debasish Bhattachryya is former General Manager, International Centre Goa and former Dy. General Manager, India International Centre, New Delhi

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Living in Eschar, Galillee, Israel. A reform Jew. An accomplished novelist and a PhD at Haifa University, Law faculty. Research fellow at the Jewish-Arab Center.

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A columnist, an independent journalist, a writer, and an amateur researcher. Bylines appeared in more than 30 outlets in seven countries.

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A US based award-winning journalist, has nearly 20 years experience in journalism and published author of “Bangladesh Liberation War, How India, U.S, China and the USSR Shaped the Outcome,” and “The Bangladesh Military Coup and the CIA Link.” His new book, “One Eleven, Minus Two: Prime Minister Hasina’s War on Yunus and America,” will be published shortly by Rupa Publications, New Delhi.

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Synthia Rozario is a contributor at The Eastern Herald and a former correspondent of The Eastern Express, Hong Kong.

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Farooq is the Deputy Director of Communications and Spokesperson for the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community Worldwide and National Spokesperson of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Youth Association UK, a registered charity and the UK's oldest and largest Muslim youth organization. He is also a lawyer, human rights activist and legal adviser to the international NGO, Human Rights Committee. He regularly liaises and advises NGOs and government bodies on human rights and persecution issues with a particular focus on the persecution of Ahmadi Muslims.

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Manish Rai is a Columnist and editor of geopolitical news agency ViewsAround (VA). He has done reporting from Jordon, Iran, Qatar, UAE and Afghanistan. His work has been quoted in the British Parliament.