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  1. আবু সুলাইমান
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    লিখাটির মূল লিংক এখানে দিলে ভালো হতো। পোস্টদাতাকে লিংকসূত্র দেয়ার অনুরোধ করা হলো…

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  2. আবু সুলাইমান
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    খুবই দুঃখজনক ব্যাপার যে, মূল বইটি ১৯৯১সালে প্রকাশিত হলেও বাংলাদেশে এখনো এর অনুবাদ কিংবা মূল বইটি এ্যাভেইলেবল নয়। জামায়াত নেতাদের আর বকা আর দেব কি, ইসলামপন্থী বুদ্ধিজীবী ভাইদের দায়িত্বহীনতা তো আর কম নয়… আর তা না হলে এত দিন পরে আবার এসব বইয়ের রিভিউ পড়তে হবে কেন…

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  3. আবু সুলাইমান
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    Dr Abdelwahab El-Affendi is Senior Lecturer at the
    Centre for the Study of Democracy, University of
    Westminster, London, and co-ordinator of the Centre’s
    Democracy and Islam Programme. Dr El-Affendi was the
    2006 winner of the Muslim News Allama Iqbal Award for
    Creativity in Islamic Thought.

    Dr El-Affendi was member of the core team of authors
    of the Arab Human Development Report (2004) and is
    member of the Advisory Board and a contributor to the
    2005 report ‘Towards the Rise of Women in the Arab
    World’. He is also member of the Commission on British
    Muslims and Islamophobia, member of the Board of
    Directors of Inter-Africa Group, and a trustee of the
    International Forum for Islamic Dialogue, and the Yemen
    Heritage Centre. Since September 2006, he has also been
    member of the Washington-based Sudan Peace Council.
    Previously, he worked as a pilot (1976-1981), a magazine
    editor (1982-1989), and diplomat (1990-1994).
    Educated at the Universities of Khartoum, Wales, and
    Reading, Dr El-Affendi is author of Turabi’s Revolution:
    Islam and Power in Sudan (1991), Revolution and Political
    Reform in Sudan (1995), Rethinking Islam and Modernity
    (2001), For a State of Peace: Conflict and the Future of
    Democracy in Sudan (2002) and The Conquest of Muslim
    Hearts and Minds: Perspectives on U.S. Reform and Public
    Diplomacy Strategies (2005). He has also contributed to
    many leading journals, and is contributor or co-author of
    works including: The Routledge Encyclopedia of

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  4. Mirza
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    The debate between Dr. Effendi and Taji Mustafa shows the poor intellectual condition of the ummah. I don’t see anything in this debate except debaters’ parroting their own opinions without properly defending and elaborating their respective opinions. They were constantly repeating the words like ‘Model’ and ‘values’ without defining it. So how could they expect to reach a settlement?! On one hand, there is Taji Mustafa who surprisingly doesn’t understand what a model is or elaborate what was the model of Prophet and the righteous caliphate. Nor he could encounter Dr. Effendi for his overt mistakes. On the contrary, there is Dr, Effendi who was giving such a obvious mis-account of Muslim history and hadith. To defend his position on the falsity of the hadith of killing the second claimant of caliphate, he said that this hadith couldn’t be true because Aisha, Jubair and Talha were then supposed to know this hadith and hence wouldn’t fight Ali and If the hadith were true, ansars wouldn’t propose for two Imams at saqifah banu sa’idah. The obvious flaw in this argument of Dr. Effendi is that no sahabi was hafidh al hadith. So it’s very much normal for a sahabi not to know a particular hadith. Moreover, Not all the ansars were present in Saqifah. The most shameful blunder that was made by Dr. Effendi was to bringing the argument of Aisha, Jubair and Talha’s fighting against Ali. Where did Dr. Effendi get this idea that they were fighting Ali to claim caliphate?! They fought ali just to demand the prosecute the murderers of Uthman.

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  5. Mirza
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    *They fought ali just to demand the prosecution of the murderers of Uthman.

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