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#181 [Permalink] Posted on 22nd April 2020 16:20
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A lot to process for me.


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#182 [Permalink] Posted on 26th July 2020 13:17
Imran Khan calles Shaikh Hasina



Muadh Khan has linked this tweet about Pakistani Prime Minister Mr Imran Khan calling his Bangladeshi counterpart. He also linked to BBC take on the timing of the call.

I am among those who would like Bangladesh in the fold of Islamic mindset and I am among those who would prefer amicable relations between Pakistan and Bangladesh.

In view of these I am only happy to hear of such a gesture. I hope Pakistan and Bangladesh press out the wrinkles in their relations.
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#183 [Permalink] Posted on 26th July 2020 21:11
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Its coming, Insha'Allah.

Also note the proliferation of proliferation of "Pro-Pakistan" Social Media and YouTube Accounts in the past year alone from Bangladeshi Muslims which has become a big revenue earner on YouTube.
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#184 [Permalink] Posted on 27th July 2020 08:16
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Masha Allah.
It is absolutely heart warming.
As they say in Urdu - Roshan kahin bahar ke imkaN huway to hain. At least somewhere there is spring in the air.

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#185 [Permalink] Posted on 24th August 2020 08:13
From East Pakistan to Bangladesh

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#186 [Permalink] Posted on 24th August 2020 13:04
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Haji Shariatullah (1781–1840) was a Bengali Islamic reformer of the Indian subcontinent in British India. He is known for founding the Faraizi movement. Shariatpur District is named after him.

I had never heard of Haji Sahab RA before. He was a student of Tahir Makki RA. This means he and Shah Waliullah RA studied under the same teacher in Makkah.
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#187 [Permalink] Posted on 24th August 2020 14:11
I quote from a scholar "Maazi ka gam aur mustaqbil ki had se ziadah fikr, naa ummeedi paida kardeti hai" "Grieving about the past and worrying too much about the future brings despair".

There are many incidents in Islamic history, which we think that they should not have happened. These energies would have been used for positive goals. But unfortunate incidents happened.

In India if all rulers were like Aalamgeer RA or Altamash history of India would have been different.

We can not undo the past. Let us live with the present and accept the reality.
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#188 [Permalink] Posted on 24th August 2020 16:03
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Low voter turn out only indicates apathy and in any case the election wasn't about seceeding from West Pakistan, it was a general election (for East and West) that Mujib won by a landslide and then was subsequently denied taking over leadership of the parliament. It was from then the civil unrest began.
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