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Spectacular terrorist attacks in Sri Lanka

Rayhan Ahmed Topader: The wave of terrorist attacks in Sri Lankan churches and hotels frequented by foreigners, which killed at least 321 people and injured around 500, is astounding both in scale and sophistication in planning. Islamic State has claimed responsibility for the Easter bombings in Sri Lanka that killed more than 300 people, the group’s Amaq news agency has ...

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Sheikh Mujibur Rahman the greatest Bengali

By Kazi Makhnun:   This is the preparation meeting for Bangabandhu’s 100th birthday  Celebration. Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, was born in Tungipara village on 17 March 1920. He was the third child of Sheikh Lutfur Rahman and Sayera Khatun. When Sheikh Mujibur Rahman became 18 he married Begum Fazilatunnesa and later both became happy parents of two daughters, Sheikh Hasina & Sheikh Rehana ...

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Isn’t it  frustrating – preachers tunnel focus, Art of ignorance is to know what is ignorable.

  Fatema Miah: It’s surely  frustrating for nonMuslims what I feel fed up with Muslims idiotic ignorance; brushing-pass, or brushing under, being selective on topic for rage, because I believe in as I coinaged the phrase ‘Art of ignorance is to know what is ignorable’.  Respect for Islam given and maintained by lovers of Islam and intellectually thoughtful beings.  Here ...

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A wonderful legacy of William Shakespeare

Rayhan Ahmed Topader: Thousands of well-wishers have celebrated the legacy of William Shakespeare on the 400th anniversary of the playwright’s death. More than 10,000 people paid homage to the Bard, who died on April 23, 1616, as a theatrical parade made its way through Stratford-upon-Avon. Shakespeare’s hometown began a weekend of events to mark the occasion with a ceremony of ...

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Ramadan: Pause from Water for Water of Life

By Shofi Ahmed: In Shaa Allah up next month in May we are set to embrace Ramadan again. The holy month needs no new intro it houses the jewel in the crown in our calendar. Bountifully the blessed one. The greatest of the months. Interestingly, it has been quite some times Ramadan in Britain comes in the summertime. Here we ...

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Hunkered down and made as a culture – Typical

Fatema Miah: Before I wrote the article Typicalsm about system made into culture in different societies and made space for wrong doings with or within systems where oppressed are left oppressed, suffering continued, wrong remained and vocalization and category tick boxing in placed and learning talked rather than practiced appropriately. Then again, I wrote about so called Bangladesh gender equality, ...

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Paranormal or scriptural context, – is there any connection to seismology?

Fatema Miah: This is about inquisitive question about paranormal imaginary for thirst minds in quest for connection of evidence and unseen to ponder on, might be  to take on board to challenge, to if like to discuss or debate or to further question, to set on discovery and to have interfaith dialogue or to just to have a thrilling read ...

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Tuition Centre, Mental Health and our Future Generation

Afzal Sayed Munna: It is perfectly legal to choose the education medium and the choice of schooling by every parent. Every parent has the right to choose the schools, extra curriculum activities and also to follow a particular curriculum. Education editor Branwen Jeffreys from BBC also agreed with the Ofsted view on parent’s right where she mentioned that it is ...

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Hamas and Israel have achieved their strategic goals in Gaza

    Rayhan Ahmed Topader: For more than six months, Palestinians in the Gaza Strip have protested along the fence with Israel demanding their right to return to the homes and land their families were expelled from 70 years ago.The Great March of Return rallies culminated on May 15 to mark what Palestinians refer to as the Nakba, or Catastrophe ...

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Justice for Myanmar’s Rohingya refugees

Rayhan Ahmed Topader: Under international law, the principle of non-refoulement prohibits States from forcing individuals to return to countries when there are substantial grounds for believing that they would be at risk of persecution, torture, ill-treatment or other serious human rights violations. The experts expressed their serious concerns with the Indian legal and administrative processes for refugee status determination. The ...

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