On February 5, 2013, bloggers and online activists of Bangladesh took stand on Shahbag, Dhaka, demanding justice for war crimes and genocide in Bangladesh.
This country was born in 1971 through a nine months long war and bloodshed. Pakistani Army and their local collaborators (mainly Jamaat-e-Islami, using various names like Rajakars, Al-Badr, Al-Shams) killed 3 millions innocents, raped more than 4 hundred thousands women in the name of “protecting religion”. The country wins its freedom, 41 years flew away awaiting justice for this genocide, and nobody really forgot its bloody past.
As the news spreads, thousands of people took stand on Shahbag beside bloggers, demanding capital punishment for these war criminals. The protest continues, for days and nights. The roadblock and slogan goes on there for 24 hours, everyday. Shahbag literally never sleeps now, and promises to stay awake until the justice is served.
This 24 hours time-lapse video was taken on 17th day of the ongoing Shahbag movement, capturing every 30 seconds of it.
More details on the Shahbag Protest can be found on this Wikipedia article: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2013_Shahbag_Protest
1080p Full HD version of this video can be downloaded from here: mediafire.com/?x3jhhccux956ubu