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About A Rahman

Mukto-Mona blogger on sociopolitical and technical issues. A retired nuclear safety specialist with over 30 years of experience in the UK and Europe and the author of the book 'Decommissioning and Radioactive Waste Management'.

Can Bangladesh remain secular?

For generations Muslims, Hindus, Christians, Buddhists and other religious followers as well as, dare I say, agnostics and atheists had been living together in India in relative harmony and without major conflicts, until the creation of Pakistan in 1947 (and thence Bangladesh in 1971). The very essence of Pakistan, within the realm of Two Nation […]

By |February 11th, 2018|Uncategorized|2 Comments

Islamic Organisations in America

Whereas no religion other than Islam is allowed in most of the Middle Eastern countries, the Islamists are utilising freedom of religion in the Western World to the full and establishing mosques, Islamic centres, prayer rooms etc as well as demanding the introduction of Sharia Laws. Look at the extent of Islamic activities in America:





Is Islamic theology relevant in the modern world?

A. Paxman’s perception of religious orthodoxy:

Is Islamic theology relevant in the modern world?

Every religion has some fundamental planks upon which the structure of that religion stands. Break one of these fundamental planks, the whole facade falls apart. The monotheistic Abrahamic religion, which has three distinct but inter-twinned strands, is no exception. Judaism was the first […]

By |March 1st, 2017|International, Mukto-Mona, Philosophy, Politics, Religion|1 Comment

An amicable discussion between an atheist and a moderate Muslim

This video clip exposes deep fundamental problems of Islamism and their likely solution.

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By |November 24th, 2016|Activism, Human Rights, Politics, Religion, Society|0 Comments

Farcical democracy in the EU referendum

On 3rd of November 2016, three senior most judges of the British high court gave a landmark ruling that the British Parliament alone, not the government, has the ultimate authority to trigger Article 50, the formal process to exit the European Union. The government had so far insisted that it does not require any parliamentary […]

By |November 5th, 2016|Activism, Human Rights, International, Philosophy, Politics|0 Comments

Is Angela Merkel an angel or an agent for damage and destruction?

By the middle of 2015, after nearly four years of vicious Syrian conflict and at the height of ISIL’s (Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant) march towards Baghdad to make the Islamic Caliphate a reality, refugees started pouring out of Syria and Iraq in large numbers. Nearly two years earlier, the self-proclaimed Caliph, Abu […]

By |September 24th, 2016|Activism, International, Mukto-Mona, Politics, Religion|5 Comments

History of Hajj

It is almost universally accepted by the Muslims, but not necessarily by all 100 per cent of Muslims, that every bit of Islamic teaching in the form of verses, as depicted in the Holy Quran, is the direct message from the all powerful, omnipresent, omniscient Allah through His messenger Prophet Mohammad (pbuh). As these teachings […]

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