Kazi Nazrul Islam
Proclamation - Poem by Kazi Nazrul Islam
Come forward, holding hands with each other,
doesn't matter that you carry no weapons.
Unite - automatically you'll amass
the strength of Zulfiquar.
Bring Ali's courage, Hossain's sacrifice,
Omar's diligence to work.
Like Khalid, shatter into pieces
In Islam there's no 'great' and 'insignificant,'
rich and poor.
Mercilessly, wipe out all such discriminations.
Islam didn't come into this world
to produce servants and servitude;
some starve to death in hunger
while others have an abundance of food.
Islam has not tolerated such injustices -
will not tolerate it today!
[Original: Ghoshona; Translation: Sajed Kamal]
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