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World of Inquiry: Muktomona

By: Md Maruf Hasan

Call me pig or bastard or name me the worst type of animal in the world. I do not mind. Ernest Hemingway once said, “There is nothing to write. All you do is sit down at a typewriter and bleed”.

It was 1964, a French man was announced for the Nobel prize which […]

By |September 15th, 2021|Freethinking|0 Comments

The Myth of Religious Fundamentalism 

By: Hrishik Roy

What do you possibly imagine when I use the term “religious extremists”? Well, possibly you could be thinking of the Crusaders, RSS and even its most cancerous form in recent times ISIS. Now, of course, these are more than legitimate examples of religious extremism as these groups not only think and come to the […]

By |September 15th, 2021|Human Rights, Religion, Secularism|0 Comments

Crisis of God in 21st Century and Some Thoughts on Writings of Avijit Roy

By: Md Maruf Hasan

In 21st century, the world is moving forward recklessly like Voyager 1 and 2. Human civilization has peaked at its highest level of exploration, yet biological evolution of living organisms is taught as just theory despite having mountains of evidences in Bangladesh and other religious countries. The question is for what? The […]

Is Bangladeshi Government Threat for Individual  Liberty?

By: Md Maruf Hasan

Taslima Nasrin seems quite right at her outspoken  accusations in terms of religious countries when she raised issue at her various writings about individual liberty in the pseudo-religious countries like Bangladesh. Recent media reports on prominent female actresses and women leaders can be seen major trends in Bangladeshi news and social media. […]

By |August 27th, 2021|Bangladesh, Human Rights, Women|0 Comments

The Failure of US Strategy for Regime Change in Afghanistan: Leaving a dangerous and futile game behind for a better future ?

By: Haider A. Khan

The western world witnessed in disbelief the   fall of the U.S.-backed government in Afghanistan with what can only be called stunning speed to a rag tag army of Taliban extremists without any air support or even high caliber advanced  heavy weaponry. Showing remarkable honesty conspicuous by its absence in the previous […]

By |August 21st, 2021|Human Rights, International, Politics, Terrorism|0 Comments

The Amazing Story of Princess Noor Inayat Khan – A Spy in The British Secret Service during World War II

By: Sayeed Ahmed
Oh! The Sufi Princess
You are the sweetest martyr
That we all madly admire
You are the icon of integrity
Dwelling in our hearts for eternity
You are now the radiant star
In this glorious universe.
(“A Tribute to the Illuminated Woman of World War II,” by Irfanulla Shariff)

 

“Liberté”
That was her last word as an SS officer shot at the […]

By |February 5th, 2021|History, Personality, Women|0 Comments

Sculpture of Sheikh Mujib Stands and Modernize Islam

By: MZH Lashkar

Religion, A legion is a horde or a large number of people or things. It was originally a term for a military unit. In Roman times, a legion was a large unit of men in the army, and the word is still used in many militaries. And religion is just that: armed […]

By |December 31st, 2020|bangalee freethinker, Bangladesh, Culture, Human Rights|0 Comments
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