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#1 [Permalink] Posted on 28th September 2020 20:29
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Mufti Rafi Usmani sahib db reports about his visit to Bangladesh.

A very positive picture of Bangladesh.
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#2 [Permalink] Posted on 29th September 2020 02:07
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Summary of Urdu talk above:

Pakistani ruling class stress the importance of English as the medium of education. Bangladesh put great emphasis on their native language, Bangla. They teach their children in their native language. Ulama in Bangladesh translate Arabic and Urdu Islamic texts into the Bangla language so that these texts are available to the common Bangla speaking Muslim.

Bangladesh has made great strides in improving its economy. Earlier, their currency was valued lower than the Pakistani rupee, but now the taka is stronger than the Pakistani rupee. Bangladesh has become the second largest exporter of ready made garments after China globally.

Mufti Rafi Sahab DB tells us the story of a Bangladeshi alim who graduated from a madrasa in Pakistan. He returned to Bangladesh after graduation but was unable to find a teaching position in a madrasa in Bangladesh. So, in order to earn a living, he set up a ready made garment factory in partnership with someone else. The business took off, so much so that the alim bought out his partner to become sole owner of the business. The alim told Mufti Sahab DB that he currently employs 4000 workers and did business worth a few billion takas in the last business cycle.
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#3 [Permalink] Posted on 29th September 2020 17:37
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So the moral of the story is to learn in your native language to be more successful in terms of teaching Islamic studies in your own country. Otherwise, you end up giving up your religious teachings and become a business man, a successful one at that too if you are honest and upright?
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#4 [Permalink] Posted on 30th September 2020 08:04
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That is your version of moral of the story.

Mufti Rafi Usmani sahib db has bigger message for ummah here.

And many members with knowledge of Urdu have received and they have understood that message.
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#5 [Permalink] Posted on 30th September 2020 10:32
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That is your version of moral of the story.

Mufti Rafi Usmani sahib db has bigger message for ummah here.

And many members with knowledge of Urdu have received and they have understood that message.
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#6 [Permalink] Posted on 22nd May 2021 17:18
21st May 2021

Planning Minister of Bangladesh MA Mannan informed the country's cabinet that the per capita income of Bangladesh has now increased from $2,064 to $2,227.

Bangladesh's per capita income is now $280 higher than India’s per capita income which is $1,947.
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#7 [Permalink] Posted on 22nd May 2021 18:23
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Maybe the bigger moral of the story is that. Despite having a government and leader that are hostile towards Islam. And extreme secularists.

The masses remain proudly muslim.

This feeling among the liberals and secularists that in order to become successful in the world of business one needs to become westernised. Is wholly untrue madrassa can thrive and be successful without making compromises. And perhaps it is the need of the hour that to thwart the attacks and intrigues and agendas.we need successful practicing muslims in the institutions of power.

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#8 [Permalink] Posted on 23rd May 2021 11:06
Bangladesh lifts travel ban to Israel
As per reports, Bangladesh Home Minister Asaduzzaman Khan has confirmed that the passports will no longer feature any restrictions on travel to Israel, as per the international standard. However, Foreign Minister AK Abdul Momen told reporters that Bangladesh still does not recognize Israel.
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#9 [Permalink] Posted on 23rd May 2021 16:35
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#10 [Permalink] Posted on 23rd May 2021 18:01
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two appreciable information from this video:

Good to hear that government took care of their low income citizens by depositing amount in their accounts during covid.

Remittance increased due to; relatives staying in Gulf, US and Europe deposited money in accounts of their relatives in Bangladesh and helped them during covid.

All the best BDs, we look forward for a flourishing and thriving BD.

Can Indians muslims migrate to BD.
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