There is a juice namely Sezan from PAKISTAN available
in Bangladesh (no need to mention that this brand is
very popular). This product is not natural juice but
with synthetic flavour of fruits.
Most of the BANGLADESHIS are in favor of Synthetic
flavoured Islam not Koranic Islam.
What should discuss Koranic Islam or Pakistani Sezan
juice type Islam?
--- Dalia Satter <dalia_satter@...
> Dear Members,
> I am forwadring an interesting posting from Alochona
> Dalia Satter
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Ezajur Rahman -
> Kuwait wrote:
> Dear Alochoks
> The internet abounds with forum's and sites for
> Islam and Muslims.
> discuss Bangladesh - rarely - in the context of
> I want to discuss Islam - in the context of
> I have the following questions -
> Is Jamaati Islami overestimated or underestimated?
> Can the mainstream parties attract those Muslims who
> believe that
> parties are the best option?
> What if Tablighi Jamaat gets involved in the
> mainstream affairs of
> Who should be responsible for the reform of our
> Are Islamist parties the least corrupt of all our
> political parties?
> How can the mainstream influence the shape of Islam
> in Bangladesh?
> What are the consequences if Islamist parties are
> more disciplined and
> principled than other parties?
> What does the success, however limited, of Jamaati
> Islami say about
> Mr Nizami is a minister nominated by the mainstream.
> Is it really
> that he is a war criminal too?
> Can BNP and Awami League rise to the challenge of
> the Islamist
> Is secular Bangldesh under threat? Do minority
> faiths get the
> protection of
> the State?
> Is Bangladesh's nominee to the OIC a good choice or
> a bad choice?
> These questions are important ones. They deserve
> vigorous debate.
> Though Alochona gives less priority in posting mails
> related to
> religion, present mail gets priority in posting as
> it has highlighted
> some fundamental questions those need attention if
> we really want
> Bangladesh to move forward in this age of
> globalisation. A few
> highlights from the present mail:
> -'Can the mainstream parties attract those Muslims
> who believe that
> parties are the best option?'
> -'What if Tablighi Jamaat gets involved in the
> mainstream affairs of
> -'Who should be responsible for the reform of our
> -'Are Islamist parties the least corrupt of all our
> -'How can the mainstream influence the shape of
> Islam in Bangladesh?'
> Alochoks, do we have answers to these questions? In
> responding we
> will request that instead of any personal attack to
> each other, the
> alochoks needs to be focused on analyzing the
> constructively. Please shed light to establish your
> existence in 21st
> century what is needed in present Bangladesh: to
> have a balance
> between the two opposite pole (secularism and
> fundamentalism), or
> should we move towards on one end or the other?
> [M: TJ]
> --- End forwarded message ---
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