With the order to release Husni Mubarak,and brutal killings of Muslim Brotherhood, is Egypt heading towards another protracted Mubarak Era

Written By: Mozafor
23/08/2013 17:16 23/08/2013 17:12
Contemporary Debate

All the indications are, Arab spring has had its premature death, and a revival is not immediate round the corner, although the fervour for change remains, but the ruling elite are too powerful and barbaric to subdue then in the normal process. Already the brotherhood has been labelled as....    Full story...

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Political Islam – Problem or Solution?

Written By: salmanalazami
22/08/2013 2:32
Contemporary Debate

Recent events in Egypt have outraged many people who believe in justice, fairness and democracy. The brutality of the current regime in Egypt that killed hundreds of people; the double standards of the western countries, particularly the United States for whom democracy and human rights only....    Full story...

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Constitutionality and legality of banning a political party

Written By: NazirAhmed
12/08/2013 11:54
Contemporary Debate

Some extreme left oriented political parties and their affiliated professional and cultural organisations have long been demanding for banning the Bangladesh Jammat-e Islami (BJI). This is not their new demand. However, they have recently intensified their demand which most of the Bangladeshi....    Full story...

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Who will be benefited from banning the Jammat?

Written By: NazirAhmed
02/08/2013 15:08
Contemporary Debate

Even if someone wants to start a business, he should make a market study, and consider the positive and negative factors that might affect his business. Similarly, the government should consider what it would achieve by banning the BJI. Banning the BJI could cause one of three things: Firstly:....    Full story...

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The Lesson Awami League and BNP to Learn from Local Election

Written By: HarunurRashid
20/06/2013 23:33 20/06/2013 15:33
Contemporary Debate

Sounds strange, but BNP is not celebrating its resounding success in the city corporation polls, nor does Awami League seem to look to have received a deadly punch in the election bout. What makes a difference from the past is the way the winners and losers are embracing each other and accepting....    Full story...

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OH NO! Hasinas’ niece Tulip marries a Brit!

Written By: Mozafor
21/06/2013 0:29 20/06/2013 12:53
Contemporary Debate

Hasinas’ niece Tulip marries a Brit, son married to a Christian, and Dr Kamal Hussain offspring married to a Jew. I wonder what’s gona happen to those prospective BD brides and groom. And what happens if there is a divorce settlement, do we have to give up a big chunk of BD? Perhaps....    Full story...

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Advisers in the place of or in addition to Ministers: Constitutional quest for their appointment

Written By: NazirAhmed
20/06/2013 12:06
Contemporary Debate

In a parliamentary democracy the party (or parties if in coalition) which wins the general [national] election forms the government.  Its leader becomes the Prime Minister.  The Prime Minister selects his/her Cabinet choosing his/her most able and loyal supporters from Parliament. ....    Full story...

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Bangladesh is in crisis: what is our responsibility?

Written By: NazirAhmed
14/06/2013 15:45
Contemporary Debate

Introduction: Bangladesh is heading towards an unimaginable destination.  Instability, irregularity and abnormality appear to be present everywhere in the country, be it in the political field or in the economic sector or within the administration or in the social arena.  The basic....    Full story...

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Babunagari’s confession is misleading and false, Obtained by force: Ahmad Shafi

Written By: Nazmul
24/05/2013 1:12
Contemporary Debate

Amir of Hefazote Islam Allama Shah Ahmed Shafi claimed that the Secretary General of Hefazote Islam, Junaid Babunagari was forced in remand to make a false confession under law 146. He also said the confession was therefore ‘misleading’. Allama Shafi had made this claim in a written....    Full story...

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Starring Reshma!

Written By: Nazmul
18/05/2013 21:56
Contemporary Debate

  Image: Reshma in press conference  The following are the two typical plots of a Bengali movie. In the fist, a villain kidnaps the heroine and the hero dramatically appears to rescue her. The hero then fights with the villain, who has elicited the help of his supporters, and....    Full story...

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HEFAJOT E ISLAM:A friend of Non-Muslims

Written By: Deen
17/04/2013 2:33 17/04/2013 1:30
Contemporary Debate

The Title of this topic should have been HEFAJOT E ISLAM : A SAVIOR OF RELIGION. It's not been given the opportunity for the fact that it could have had taken by the readers as an article for the Muslims without going through it. Where as my intention is to write something for my Non-Muslim....    Full story...

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The politics of demonizing the Hefazat fraternity

Written By: MohammadHossain
09/04/2013 8:04
Contemporary Debate

I ask, what have they done wrong?   Hefazat-e-Islam is a Qaumi madrasah based organisation of Islamic scholars based in Chittagong. On March 9, it announced a month's protest programmes, including a long march towards Dhaka on April 6, to press home its demand to stop the activities....    Full story...

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Bangladesh Jamaat-e-islami: The Monster Breathes Air-Indian Outlook magazine

Written By: Nazmul
10/03/2013 2:13
Contemporary Debate

Written by S.N.M. Abdi Truth About Jamaat Labelled fundamentalist, the Jamaat (right, Jamaat leader Sayedee, who was sentenced to death after being held guilty for crimes in ’71) isn’t guilty of sectarian violence against Hindus Hindus, often oppressed economically, have....    Full story...

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