Wednesday, 11 May 2016

Bangladeshi Islamist leader hanged

An Islamist leader has been hanged in Bangladesh for crimes during the war of independence from Pakistan in 1971. Motiur Rahman Nizami, 73, was executed early on Wednesday (local time), Law Minister Anisul Haq confirmed. He had been convicted of genocide, rape and torture. Nizami had led Bangladesh's largest Islamist party, Jamaat-e-Islami. Hundreds of people gathered near his prison in the capital Dhaka to celebrate the hanging. Nizami was the fifth and highest-ranked opposition leader to be executed since December 2013 for war crimes. May 10.

The hanging of Motiur Rahman Nizami comes exactly on the Crescent Moon of May 10. As the head of Jamaat-e-Islami, Nizami supported militias engaged in mass murder, deportation and genocidal rape.

A chart for the Moon phase at Dhaka is shown here. The Moon is conjunct the TNPs Kronos-Hades which here stands for leaders (Kronos) with criminal background (Hades). It is placed amidst  the stars Tejat and Propus of Gemini and kappa of Auriga. About this area Diana Rosenberg [1]writes.

Issues of hatred, intolerance and bigotry are major concerns under the Twins: these stars were transited in 1099 when Crusaders conquered Jerusalem and slaughtered Muslims and Jews in a ghastly blood bath; at the St. Bartholomew’s  Eve massacre of the Huguenots, Paris, 1572; in 1865 when the Ku Klux Klan was founded and many others.  Auriga’s whip hand is here: criminals include head of USSR internal security Lavrenti Beria who supervised purges under Stalin( finally executed).

Saturn in Sagittarius here refers to the dictatorial leader heading  Bangladesh's largest Islamist party, Jamaat-e-Islami  - a fundamentalist religious organization. At the apex of a T-square with a Jupiter-Neptune  that straddles the meridian, it also refers to facing the consequences  (Saturn) of being carried away by religious fervor (Jupiter-Neptune).

Sea Monster Cetus sent to devour innocent Andromeda

The Sun [19ta] is conjunct stars in the jaws of the ravening Sea-Monster and tail of the Ram.

These stars bring  forth people who are tough, headstrong and intense with a deep need to dominate, reform and control people events and ideas. A fervent missionary zeal possesses many of them and they will lay down the law (their law) to master themselves and their associates. While there is great power for good work, it is essential that they understand the darker side of themselves, for Cetus represents the ravening monsters of the subconscious that can destroy even the most idealistic souls. The very early stars of aggressive Perseus and belligerent Bull start here. It is well to remember that Perseus, the hero and rescuer, can also be Perseus the slaughterer so that some here are ruthless and cruel, even murderous. [1]

[1] Secrets of the Ancient Skies; Diana K. Rosenberg

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