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The name Chittagong had a history. Changing it to Chattogram was TOTALLY UNNECESSARY.
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Old November 25, 2018, 12:21 PM
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Didn't they say the same about Mamodula... Shadow?
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Allahabad (الله أباد) in India

This is actually Allah-Abad. BTW, Modi govt changed the name to Prayagraj since October 2018.
wtf? why would they do that?

Or let me ask another way, how did Modi's government justify it without stating the obvious?
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Stand up comedians from Bangladesh...
Great 10 minute video

ইসলামের আলেমদের এখন নিজেদের মাঝে বিতর্কের বিষয় : মল মূত্র !
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If you are interested in history: An analysis estimates that British Raj stole 45 trillion from India.

https://www.aljazeera.com/indepth/op...124830851.html
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LOL @ all the fake Bangladeshi birthdays on December 31st/ January 1st...If you were actually born on one of these days, no blame upon you
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Pretty much the world's state of mind nowadays...

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Derren Brown killed it with Sacrifice in Netflix. Absolutely mindblowingly brillaint. So is Art Robbery. Also Bodied and Venom totally threw it out of the park.
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CENTRAL INTELLIGENCE was a gangster rip.

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Canada did very good giving Rahaf Qunun asylum. Islam oppresses women. Any self respecting woman will have to do a lot of mental gymnastics to stay confined within Islam.
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Canada did very good giving Rahaf Qunun asylum. Islam oppresses women. Any self respecting woman will have to do a lot of mental gymnastics to stay confined within Islam.
Islam is a complete code of life, and this code of life is based on a very specific world view. World view is how you see the world around you, and how you perceive the reality. The Islamic world view is based on one God, angels, divine revelation, prophethood, existence of afterlife, and predestination.

The world view of Western civilization is completely different. The Western worldview is based on this worldly life alone - it eliminates and looks down upon any concept of spirituality, afterlife, God, accountability, and absolute morality.

In the post-colonial world we are living in, almost all the nation states are structured around the western world view. When a Muslim grows up in this world view practicing only the basic rituals of faith but with very minimal intellectual understanding of religion, sooner than later he or she encounters elements of Islam that either does not make sense or seems demeaning from a secular viewpoint. This results in crisis of faith - and probably this is what Rahaf has suffered from. Being a teenager, she is very high on emotion now, and consequently, she freaked out, left her home, left her country, and left the religion altogether.

A crisis of faith may happen due to many other reasons: failing to attain in life what you always wanted to achieve, sudden death of a family member/loved ones, a major disease or disability, and so on. But among the Muslim youth, the crisis of faith primarily happens due to confusion they find themselves in because of constant clash they experience between the Islamic world view and the secular world view.

Like it or not, that our faith will be constantly tested is part of God's divine plan:

Alif-Lam-Mim. Do people think that they will be left alone because they say: "We believe," and will not be tested. But We have certainly tried those before them, and Allah will surely make evident those who are truthful, and He will surely make evident the liars. [29:1-3]

That Muslims will suffer crisis of faith has been foretold very specifically by the Prophet:

“So I (Anas) said: O Messenger of Allah, we have believed in you and believed in everything you have been sent with, so are you afraid for us? He said: “Yes. Indeed the hearts are between two fingers from the fingers of Allah – He turns them however He wills”” (Tirmidhee 2140)

As we are approaching the end of time, this crisis will only get tougher. This has also been foretold in many Prophetic traditions:

“Islam began as something strange and will go back to being strange, so give glad tidings to the strangers.” (Sunan Ibn Majah 3986)

There cannot be any prediction more clear than the tradition above. Practising Islam has indeed become a strange matter in our time.

“Be prompt in doing good deeds (before you are overtaken) by turbulence which would be like a part of the dark night. During (that stormy period) a man would be a believer in the morning and an unbeliever in the evening or he would be a believer in the evening and an unbeliever in the morning, and would sell his faith for worldly goods.” (Sahih Muslim 118)

How often are we seeing the realization of above hadith? Very often. Trials have become so severe that practicing Muslims as well as learned Muslims are turning into atheists overnight.

“There will come upon the people a time when holding onto the religion will be like holding onto hot coal.” (Sunan al-Tirmidhī 2260)

Indeed, holding onto religion has become as difficult as it has been foretold by the Prophet.

The question now is how do we avoid crisis of faith? Here it must be noted that faith is not something that is static – rather it is dynamic – it increases and decreases. To avoid a crisis of faith, two main things are needed: continuous learning and continuous worship. The attack on faith comes from two areas: doubt and desire. To fend off the attack of doubt, the intellectual foundation must be strong. However, intellectual foundation alone will not give soul the certainty of faith it needs to hold firm when it is attacked with a bigger doubt or an overwhelming desire or a sudden catastrophic event – the knowledge must also be supplemented by continuous worship of God. Islamic knowledge is unlike other branches of knowledge – Islamic knowledge has an element of spirituality, and without that spiritual element, this knowledge will be of no benefit.

And fear Allah . And Allah teaches you. [2:282]

When knowledge is supplemented with worship, God allows the heart to gain a better understanding and insight of knowledge, which cannot come with academic learning alone.

A group of Bedouin once accepted Islam and claimed them to be believers. God admonished them by saying:

The bedouins say, "We have believed." Say, "You have not [yet] believed; but say [instead], 'We have submitted,' for faith has not yet entered your hearts. [49:14]

Therefore, faith is a continuous life long process. For faith to have strong roots in the soul, the soul must be continuously nurtured with knowledge and worship of God. And this is the purpose of worshipping God - to strengthen our souls and to increase in certainty.

And worship your Lord until there comes unto you the certainty (i.e. death). [15:99]

The process of continuous learning and continuous worship must also be supplemented by constant asking of God for persistence and steadfastness in faith. The most frequented prayer of the Prophet, who had the most certainty in faith, was:

“O Turner of the hearts, keep my heart firm upon your religion” (Tirmidhee 2140)

And God himself taught us to say:

"Our Lord, let not our hearts deviate after You have guided us and grant us from Yourself mercy. Indeed, You are the Bestower. [3:8]
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Oh, so that's what the greenhouse is for
Lol...

Real talk..best kitchen gadget/appliance ever.
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Islam is a complete code of life, and this code of life is based on a very specific world view. World view is how you see the world around you, and how you perceive the reality. The Islamic world view is based on one God, angels, divine revelation, prophethood, existence of afterlife, and predestination.

The world view of Western civilization is completely different. The Western worldview is based on this worldly life alone - it eliminates and looks down upon any concept of spirituality, afterlife, God, accountability, and absolute morality.

In the post-colonial world we are living in, almost all the nation states are structured around the western world view. When a Muslim grows up in this world view practicing only the basic rituals of faith but with very minimal intellectual understanding of religion, sooner than later he or she encounters elements of Islam that either does not make sense or seems demeaning from a secular viewpoint. This results in crisis of faith - and probably this is what Rahaf has suffered from. Being a teenager, she is very high on emotion now, and consequently, she freaked out, left her home, left her country, and left the religion altogether.

A crisis of faith may happen due to many other reasons: failing to attain in life what you always wanted to achieve, sudden death of a family member/loved ones, a major disease or disability, and so on. But among the Muslim youth, the crisis of faith primarily happens due to confusion they find themselves in because of constant clash they experience between the Islamic world view and the secular world view.

Like it or not, that our faith will be constantly tested is part of God's divine plan:

Alif-Lam-Mim. Do people think that they will be left alone because they say: "We believe," and will not be tested. But We have certainly tried those before them, and Allah will surely make evident those who are truthful, and He will surely make evident the liars. [29:1-3]

That Muslims will suffer crisis of faith has been foretold very specifically by the Prophet:

“So I (Anas) said: O Messenger of Allah, we have believed in you and believed in everything you have been sent with, so are you afraid for us? He said: “Yes. Indeed the hearts are between two fingers from the fingers of Allah – He turns them however He wills”” (Tirmidhee 2140)

As we are approaching the end of time, this crisis will only get tougher. This has also been foretold in many Prophetic traditions:

“Islam began as something strange and will go back to being strange, so give glad tidings to the strangers.” (Sunan Ibn Majah 3986)

There cannot be any prediction more clear than the tradition above. Practising Islam has indeed become a strange matter in our time.

“Be prompt in doing good deeds (before you are overtaken) by turbulence which would be like a part of the dark night. During (that stormy period) a man would be a believer in the morning and an unbeliever in the evening or he would be a believer in the evening and an unbeliever in the morning, and would sell his faith for worldly goods.” (Sahih Muslim 118)

How often are we seeing the realization of above hadith? Very often. Trials have become so severe that practicing Muslims as well as learned Muslims are turning into atheists overnight.

“There will come upon the people a time when holding onto the religion will be like holding onto hot coal.” (Sunan al-Tirmidhī 2260)

Indeed, holding onto religion has become as difficult as it has been foretold by the Prophet.

The question now is how do we avoid crisis of faith? Here it must be noted that faith is not something that is static – rather it is dynamic – it increases and decreases. To avoid a crisis of faith, two main things are needed: continuous learning and continuous worship. The attack on faith comes from two areas: doubt and desire. To fend off the attack of doubt, the intellectual foundation must be strong. However, intellectual foundation alone will not give soul the certainty of faith it needs to hold firm when it is attacked with a bigger doubt or an overwhelming desire or a sudden catastrophic event – the knowledge must also be supplemented by continuous worship of God. Islamic knowledge is unlike other branches of knowledge – Islamic knowledge has an element of spirituality, and without that spiritual element, this knowledge will be of no benefit.

And fear Allah . And Allah teaches you. [2:282]

When knowledge is supplemented with worship, God allows the heart to gain a better understanding and insight of knowledge, which cannot come with academic learning alone.

A group of Bedouin once accepted Islam and claimed them to be believers. God admonished them by saying:

The bedouins say, "We have believed." Say, "You have not [yet] believed; but say [instead], 'We have submitted,' for faith has not yet entered your hearts. [49:14]

Therefore, faith is a continuous life long process. For faith to have strong roots in the soul, the soul must be continuously nurtured with knowledge and worship of God. And this is the purpose of worshipping God - to strengthen our souls and to increase in certainty.

And worship your Lord until there comes unto you the certainty (i.e. death). [15:99]

The process of continuous learning and continuous worship must also be supplemented by constant asking of God for persistence and steadfastness in faith. The most frequented prayer of the Prophet, who had the most certainty in faith, was:

“O Turner of the hearts, keep my heart firm upon your religion” (Tirmidhee 2140)

And God himself taught us to say:

"Our Lord, let not our hearts deviate after You have guided us and grant us from Yourself mercy. Indeed, You are the Bestower. [3:8]
What's the tl;dr on this?

Essay-like length = someone being very defensive, and that raises further suspicion.
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Canada did very good giving Rahaf Qunun asylum. Islam oppresses women. Any self respecting woman will have to do a lot of mental gymnastics to stay confined within Islam.
that's why my mother and sig other always urges me to be more practicing and religious. so that I can oppress the s*** out of them and make them lose respect. now it all makes sense. now can't wait to cut that extra cloth below my ankle and start oppressing.

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Crisis of faith is barely a consequence of "Not knowing" . As an agnostic/atheist myself, I understand some of Roey's sentiments, although I do not agree with his "Trump like approach" to making those points.

A few days back Ahmed Shafi (Bangladesh's leading Islamic scholar) made his disciples vow not to send girls to school after the girls reach a certain age. After enormous criticism, Shafi's response was that environment in a co-ed school is not suitable for girls/women. In other words he is trying to protect the women.

A lot of ahmed Shafi's apologists believe he said no wrong. No one bothered to ask why should the women suffer because of crimes committed by men?

Ahmed Shafi made similar comments in the past, he compared working women (specially those in garment sector) to whores. He also called women "Tetul".....

I have no problem with religion as long as it does not adversely impact other people. However when religion is being an impediment to the advancement of society, I think it is he responsibility of everyone to protest.

One of my major wish for Bangladesh is that, I get the right to criticize any religion without having to be scared. Writers like Daud Haider or Tasleema Nasreen had to flee the country because of their criticism of Islam.

Anonto Bijoy Das was a blogger/writer who was hacked to death and his writings barely even touched religion. He used to write mainly on Evolution. He infact translated a lot of article in Bengli concerning evolution biology.

Even translating a book on evolution makes someone a target and this cannot be allowed in any civilized society. Specially not Bangladesh. The sad thing is that people silently support this kind of murders perpetrated on bloggers/atheists. Hence Bangladesh got Holey Artisan.

Criticism is important also because healthy debate helps people to learn. For the first 25 years of my life I only learned a very sanitized version of Islam and Muhammad. That is true for most people in Bangladesh. If Islam or any religion is the Best than people should not be scared to answer to criticism. Also last I checked, no ill health issues arise when sensitivities are hurt.
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Crisis of faith is barely a consequence of "Not knowing" . As an agnostic/atheist myself, I understand some of Roey's sentiments, although I do not agree with his "Trump like approach" to making those points.

A few days back Ahmed Shafi (Bangladesh's leading Islamic scholar) made his disciples vow not to send girls to school after the girls reach a certain age. After enormous criticism, Shafi's response was that environment in a co-ed school is not suitable for girls/women. In other words he is trying to protect the women.

A lot of ahmed Shafi's apologists believe he said no wrong. No one bothered to ask why should the women suffer because of crimes committed by men?

Ahmed Shafi made similar comments in the past, he compared working women (specially those in garment sector) to whores. He also called women "Tetul".....

I have no problem with religion as long as it does not adversely impact other people. However when religion is being an impediment to the advancement of society, I think it is he responsibility of everyone to protest.

One of my major wish for Bangladesh is that, I get the right to criticize any religion without having to be scared. Writers like Daud Haider or Tasleema Nasreen had to flee the country because of their criticism of Islam.

Anonto Bijoy Das was a blogger/writer who was hacked to death and his writings barely even touched religion. He used to write mainly on Evolution. He infact translated a lot of article in Bengli concerning evolution biology.

Even translating a book on evolution makes someone a target and this cannot be allowed in any civilized society. Specially not Bangladesh. The sad thing is that people silently support this kind of murders perpetrated on bloggers/atheists. Hence Bangladesh got Holey Artisan.

Criticism is important also because healthy debate helps people to learn. For the first 25 years of my life I only learned a very sanitized version of Islam and Muhammad. That is true for most people in Bangladesh. If Islam or any religion is the Best than people should not be scared to answer to criticism. Also last I checked, no ill health issues arise when sensitivities are hurt.
I respect this point of view for the following reasons:

In the classical Islamic Tradition, The Muslim world was producing Female Muslim scholars left and right. In the modern world, there is a huge shortage of Leading authorities of Muslim scholars who happen to be female. This explains exactly why many people remain ignorant of many facets of Islamic teachings apart from very basic kindergarten level of Islam, because it is mothers who raise a generation and pass down knowledge to their children.

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Anonto Bijoy Das was a blogger/writer who was hacked to death and his writings barely even touched religion. He used to write mainly on Evolution. He infact translated a lot of article in Bengli concerning evolution biology.
This is clearly wrong and unacceptable. some aspects of Evolution and evolutionary theory is perfectly compatible with Islam.


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