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 Bengalis and British India

Fatema Miah : At the year ending of 2017, let’s take a step back and highlight BANGALIS. Our ethnicity  group Bangali, it was in the last century until Bangladesh made and Bangladeshi ethnicity confirmed in the recent past. Bengali was one ethnicity; on the British arrival to India, it was Bengal British empire walked in and throughout its rule in ...

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Is this the end game for Theresa May and Tory Britain

Rayhan Ahmed Topader : To Conservatives, the Thatcherite 80s are what Venezuela is to the Labour left: an ideological model whose defects they are profoundly and instinctively reluctant to acknowledge.True, there has been no shortage of centre-right experimentation since the fall of the Iron Lady in 1990: John Major’s civic conservatism, David Cameron’s “big society”, Theresa May’s bid to persuade ...

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UK passport could turn dark blue after Brexit

Rayhan Ahmed Topader : European officials have warned that Britain’s new blue passports could spell travel delays and extra paperwork rather than the enhanced freedom promised by the government. Theresa May sought to end a difficult political year on a high note on Friday by confirming the return of navy travel documents after Brexit. She said that abandoning the EU-style ...

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Flavoured celebratory Victory 

Fatema Miah : This year 2017 16 December the  victorious day of Bangladesh marks  a memorable point. The celebration of Victory makes it double joyous.   The November 2017s acknowledgement of 7th Marchs speech as I wrote previously it marks a significant point in Bangladeshis ethnic domain, it is matter of pride and over due aspect of Bangladeshi peoples and Nations ...

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Jerusalem and Trumps utterance

Fatema Miah : Question is and it is concerning what Trump is up to about, fuelled up the fire in Jerusalem. We concern beings disapprove USAs dictationship and Israelis oppression. Trump fuelled fire in Middle East. Israel already power abusing on Palestinians, we cannot accept Trumps idioticness, Palestine needs support with homes and rights not be further oppressed.  Hamas isn’t ...

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Donald Trump versus Mideast peace

Rayhan Ahmed Topader :  The city’s holy status has made it a contested space for three of the world’s major religions There are bulls in china shops and then there is Donald Trump. Charging in where every US President before him had feared to tread, he announced yesterday his recognition of Jerusalem as Israel’s capital.Israelis, naturally, were delighted; Palestinians appalled. ...

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Does Trump Have Power Over Jerusalem?

Fatima Begum :  2.3 billion Christians, along with 1.6 billion Muslims, that’s 32% of the world’s population, along with 23% of the world population, totalling 3.9 billion, which is 55% of the world’s population, have now been brushed aside by a few words from Donald Trump for about 20 million, that’s 0.3% of the world’s population. Confused? If yes, then ...

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Respected Khadija beloved wife of Mohammed SAS

  Fatema Miah : Name Khadija has the prominence with the faith Islam. In this Lunar Arabic month of Rabiul Awal  let’s pay respect to our mother of Islam honourable Khadija with SAS. This honourable lady should be addressed as in my term, the nurturer of or the mother of faith.  Islam.  Mohammed SAS the Key and the founder of ...

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Slave free and Prophets birth

Fatema Miah : It is international Slave Abolition day 2nd of December. The topic Eid Milad un Nabi. Its about twist of phrases and emotional word use.  Question is whether Prophet pbuh’s birthday celebration is right thing or forbidden?   Eid means celebration, milad farshi word. Some people say Prophet neither the companions  celebrated Eid Milad un Nabi nor it was ...

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Time to resolve Rohingya crisis

Rayhan Ahmed Topader The ethics behind the humanitarian imperative is undeniably true.This protracted crisis facing the Rohingya indeed calls for immediate action. However, provisioning humanitarian relief without understanding and addressing the root causes of deep-seated discrimination against the Rohingya may only prolong suffering as the crises persist.The world has witnessed a renewed genocide in Rakhine State over the Rohingya minori-ties.Such ...

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