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Old January 23, 2018, 08:55 AM
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Dinraat, you're not on the kathgora. ..so Butt out!
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How did you find it to be, is it any good.
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Old January 23, 2018, 10:01 AM
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1. how was your time in Colorado? what are some of the places/activities in and around Denver that you would recommend?
2. tupac/Eminem/snoop dog -- pick one and why?
3. how do you keep consistency in your practice of religion? I mean I think I used to be more religious in the past. More dogmatic I would say.
4. any plan for hajj/umrah anytime soon?

now for a controversial topic

5. how do I resist the temptation of all these sylethi girls around me? don't say to marry one.
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Old January 23, 2018, 10:26 AM
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@Mufi your life must be really sad bro, I mean in reality.

One day your after Zeeshan, the next day your making silly sylheti referenced post.
You have become an expert in slyness lol

It’s funny that you can’t avoid Sylhet/Sylheti referenced post.

I pray that Allah makes your life in reality less boring and you don’t have to depend on BC to make your life worthwhile in terms of killing time and getting some entertainment (which you lack in reality).
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Old January 23, 2018, 10:32 AM
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^yeah man it is really sad. thanks for the concern though
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Old January 23, 2018, 10:34 AM
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^^^Haa Mufti, why do you have such Sylhety Bashona Lalosha?
Sylhety chheka kahichila naki miah tumi?
Bolu, Jobab dau, Uttor dau. Khuley bolu...Ki karon, ki achey er pichoney ei Sylhety pritir poshchadey?
Do you love those Komolas/Maltas from Sylhet?


Ohh sorry bhai, tumi tow Hajotey naa ajkey...etato dekchi Rifat miah-er interrogation session.
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Old January 23, 2018, 10:44 AM
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^hehe dada shey toh ek lomba itihash. Hudai moja loi ar kisu public cheita jai. Thauk ga eida rifat er kathgora. Ami ar kisu komu na eikhane
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Old January 23, 2018, 10:51 AM
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If Mufi Bhia stood for election in Bangladesh to be PM, I would vote him, Why?
Immensely talented politician. Knows what notes/keys to hit. Hehe.

You have to appreciate this talent. Very good with words/diplomacy.

Rare find in BC. But in UK those kind of people are referred to as freshies. Don’t know why.
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Old January 23, 2018, 10:59 AM
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In Judge Haller's voice (Movie: My Cousin Vinny): Order! Order!, I don't need any dissenting opinions from the spectators. This is my court. And I will not stand for petty swipes at each other in the audience. Get a room. Now resume the questioning of the defendant, Rifat."
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Old January 23, 2018, 11:26 AM
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Dear Rifat bhaiyo,
As Salamu Alaukum!

1. Do you believe in: The Sylhetier the vine, the sweeter the wine? (in place of wine, please imagine Rooho Afza)

2. Rifat dosto, please bhai, kishu mone koro na I am asking you this. If one thinks of fornication...just thoughts I mean, even maybe 24 hours a day, no touching or committing though - Would that person be forgiven? Is that considered Shakira gunnah or Kabirah gunnah?

3. Is it a sin to watch my el dominicana neighbors twerk on Dyckman street in the summer evening and then let impure thoughts enter my mind? I don't do anything, just thoughts and smile. Will I be ever forgiven?

4. Is it a sin to hug and double cheek kiss while greeting Onattio (non-relative) latina, Italian and French female acquaintances?
Sometimes we cannot help it. They approach first, then you can not back out. Otherwise it is considered rude. What am I to do?

Thank you Rifat, in advance. Again these are very serious questions and why do I ask Rifat all these? Because he is genuine man of faith and he has studied the real Tariqaa.


Mod bahis, please do not be mad and angry. We are all adults here + these valuable answers from Rifat would be very helpful for young people like myself and many other young members in BC who also are going through tough time in life, and have these questions in mind, they just do not ask, lojjaboshoto.
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^^^ Bou tey dei na or it doesn't work at all.

Allah'r nam ney, bod'er haddi.
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Old January 23, 2018, 12:29 PM
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How did you find it to be, is it any good.
yeah it was good. it advertises it self as one of the top 3 universities in Victoria

In reality melbourne university is number one in victoria and monash is number two..third position is being fought off between swinburne,rmit,la trobe and darwin
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I admire the defendant how he fidgets away from the actual pun intended questions and voices his own opinion derailing it deftly.


And do not go hibernate again this time NOCTURNAL dear I am going to vote to put you on the pedestal next.
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Dear Rifat, I have some questions for you. I hope it will be beneficial to me and others.
They are mainly religious, and you seem to be the best person to ask.

1. Could you please explain this verse '"And as for man, when his Lord tries him, then treats him with honor and makes him lead an easy life, he says: My Lord honors me. But when He tries him (differently), then straitens to him his means of subsistence, he says: My Lord has disgraced me. Nay! But you do not honor the orphan. Nor do you urge one another to feed the poor…" (89:15-18)' Please expand on the bold. Does the verse mean, when you do not honor the orphan/urge people to feed the poor, you are tested with some kind of calamity?

2. During Umrah, when visiting Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) grave, I saw an empty grave near the Prophet. It is said that, this is the grave of Jesus (Nabi Isa). Can you please expand on this from a religious point of view/provide some authentic links/sources. Will Prophet Jesus speak with Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) etc?

3. It is said that when Jesus comes, he will not lead the prayer in Al-Aqsa mosque, rather he will ask Imam Mehdi to lead the prayers, could you explain the significance behind that? Does this have any relation to Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) leading the prayer and all other prophets of different faiths praying behind him? are they linked? I remember one scholar said something like Allah has elevated some nation over others (one reason why Jesus didn't lead the prayer), please do expand.

4. With so many different kind of Islamic Channel (Shia TV/Sunni TV), how do you advise the Muslim youths on learning the proper Islam? What is your views on this Sunni/Shia issue.

Thank you so much.
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Old January 23, 2018, 05:16 PM
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This thread is teeming with wisdom esp. of Rifat. Loving it. Heck I'd just cozy up to it with popcorn and soda...

Respect Rifat!

This is why one shouldn't really judge someone from online personae. And instead try to get to know the person in real life. In many cases, in real life I am far from being boisterous and very shy and aloof sitting by myself in the corner. Prolly that's why I compensate that lack of interaction and aloofness online...
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Dear Rifat bhaiyo,
As Salamu Alaukum!

1. Do you believe in: The Sylhetier the vine, the sweeter the wine? (in place of wine, please imagine Rooho Afza)

2. Rifat dosto, please bhai, kishu mone koro na I am asking you this. If one thinks of fornication...just thoughts I mean, even maybe 24 hours a day, no touching or committing though - Would that person be forgiven? Is that considered Shakira gunnah or Kabirah gunnah?

3. Is it a sin to watch my el dominicana neighbors twerk on Dyckman street in the summer evening and then let impure thoughts enter my mind? I don't do anything, just thoughts and smile. Will I be ever forgiven?

4. Is it a sin to hug and double cheek kiss while greeting Onattio (non-relative) latina, Italian and French female acquaintances?
Sometimes we cannot help it. They approach first, then you can not back out. Otherwise it is considered rude. What am I to do?

Thank you Rifat, in advance. Again these are very serious questions and why do I ask Rifat all these? Because he is genuine man of faith and he has studied the real Tariqaa.


Mod bahis, please do not be mad and angry. We are all adults here + these valuable answers from Rifat would be very helpful for young people like myself and many other young members in BC who also are going through tough time in life, and have these questions in mind, they just do not ask, lojjaboshoto.
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Old January 23, 2018, 09:10 PM
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1. how was your time in Colorado? what are some of the places/activities in and around Denver that you would recommend?
2. tupac/Eminem/snoop dog -- pick one and why?
3. how do you keep consistency in your practice of religion? I mean I think I used to be more religious in the past. More dogmatic I would say.
4. any plan for hajj/umrah anytime soon?

now for a controversial topic

5. how do I resist the temptation of all these sylethi girls around me? don't say to marry one.
1. Alhamdulillah! I loved my time in Colorado. They have a very beautiful thriving and growing Muslim community there with wonderful people. If you are in Colorado, I would definitely try to hit up Colorado Springs(any season: summer, winter doesn't matter). the view is just breathtakingly beautiful surrounded by mountains and amazing colors that make you say subhanAllah! how Awesome is the creator who created such beauty. Colorado is one of the best places in the world to go Hiking, Skiing and snowboarding.

2. Always been a big Eminem fan. that guy knows how to rap. his latest diss on Trump was just too good.

3. Love. I love Allah and his messenger(SalAllahu A'laihe wasallam). it's the love that keeps you going...

4. Insha Allah I am gonna go this year.

5. I was gonna say to marry one but I have this advice instead


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Old January 23, 2018, 09:21 PM
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Dear Rifat bhaiyo,
As Salamu Alaukum!

1. Do you believe in: The Sylhetier the vine, the sweeter the wine? (in place of wine, please imagine Rooho Afza)

2. Rifat dosto, please bhai, kishu mone koro na I am asking you this. If one thinks of fornication...just thoughts I mean, even maybe 24 hours a day, no touching or committing though - Would that person be forgiven? Is that considered Shakira gunnah or Kabirah gunnah?

3. Is it a sin to watch my el dominicana neighbors twerk on Dyckman street in the summer evening and then let impure thoughts enter my mind? I don't do anything, just thoughts and smile. Will I be ever forgiven?

4. Is it a sin to hug and double cheek kiss while greeting Onattio (non-relative) latina, Italian and French female acquaintances?
Sometimes we cannot help it. They approach first, then you can not back out. Otherwise it is considered rude. What am I to do?

Thank you Rifat, in advance. Again these are very serious questions and why do I ask Rifat all these? Because he is genuine man of faith and he has studied the real Tariqaa.


Mod bahis, please do not be mad and angry. We are all adults here + these valuable answers from Rifat would be very helpful for young people like myself and many other young members in BC who also are going through tough time in life, and have these questions in mind, they just do not ask, lojjaboshoto.
Dear Bujhee Kom Bhaiya,

Wa'laikumus salaam warahmatullah,

1) Our resident Sylheti Specialist mufi is better suited to answer this question.

2-4) I will let a Muslim Scholar answer this:

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Old January 23, 2018, 10:04 PM
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Dear Rifat, I have some questions for you. I hope it will be beneficial to me and others.
They are mainly religious, and you seem to be the best person to ask.

1. Could you please explain this verse '"And as for man, when his Lord tries him, then treats him with honor and makes him lead an easy life, he says: My Lord honors me. But when He tries him (differently), then straitens to him his means of subsistence, he says: My Lord has disgraced me. Nay! But you do not honor the orphan. Nor do you urge one another to feed the poor…" (89:15-18)' Please expand on the bold. Does the verse mean, when you do not honor the orphan/urge people to feed the poor, you are tested with some kind of calamity?

2. During Umrah, when visiting Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) grave, I saw an empty grave near the Prophet. It is said that, this is the grave of Jesus (Nabi Isa). Can you please expand on this from a religious point of view/provide some authentic links/sources. Will Prophet Jesus speak with Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) etc?

3. It is said that when Jesus comes, he will not lead the prayer in Al-Aqsa mosque, rather he will ask Imam Mehdi to lead the prayers, could you explain the significance behind that? Does this have any relation to Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) leading the prayer and all other prophets of different faiths praying behind him? are they linked? I remember one scholar said something like Allah has elevated some nation over others (one reason why Jesus didn't lead the prayer), please do expand.

4. With so many different kind of Islamic Channel (Shia TV/Sunni TV), how do you advise the Muslim youths on learning the proper Islam? What is your views on this Sunni/Shia issue.

Thank you so much.
Dear SportingBD,

First and foremost, all praises and thanks due to Allah who has given us the opportunity to be freed from Hellfire with his blessed deen(way of life) of Islam.

second of All, may Allah forgive all of us for our shortcomings and mistakes. the following words in the post should be taken with a grain of salt as I am not qualified in the Islamic sciences to answer some of the questions.

With all due respect SportingBD brother, the responses to these very important and serious questions will require extensive research and will not do justice to my tongue in cheek type quick paced responses. I am not a Qur'an expert. There are various sciences one must master before interpreting the Qur'an at will. one such very basic requirement is to master the "fusHaa" a.k.a. classical Arabic which I did take a couple of courses with my local imam Alhamdulillah. but that barely scratched the surface of a vast deep ocean of the knowledge of the Qur'an. Please forgive me If none of my answers satisfy you, However I can at least approach the questions you have in a way In order to understand where you are coming from. The following responses are in no way "official Islamic Response". just a disclaimer!

I would first advise learning Classical Arabic, as it is a necessary component to seriously and genuinely learn about Islam (that is just the tip of the iceberg, as in it is necessary but not sufficient). Do not always rely on English translations. Learn from your Local trusted Imam/Teacher who spent years or decades studying this stuff.

1) The first part of the ayah. Allah subhana wa ta'la wants to highlight the Typical human reaction when they are blessed with goods in life. People tend to correlate success in this life with the pleasure of Allah. some people think that they earned everything, meaning they deserve everything they got(forgetting the fact that it is Allah who gave it to them in the first place). some people often conflate piety with success in this life. The reality is thats not always the case. At the same time, some people also conflate misfortune with someone Allah is not pleased with. This is also not always the case. The truth of the matter is that, the Prophets and the ones closest to Allah always goes through the most severe-est of tests. Not honoring Orphans or taking care of the needy may be a reason for Allah subhana wa ta'la to restrict and withhold from your provisions. It is always a good habit to develop a generous mentality to please Allah for it purifies your wealth and it is a means of expiation of sins and Allah puts more barakah(generous increase/bang for your buck) on your wealth and provisions.


2 &3) The Prophet SalAllahu A'laihe wasallam is the final Messenger. there is to be no more revelation after him. I believe during his lifetime Prophet Isa, (Son of Maryam) (A'laihis Salaam) made du'a to Allah that Allah make him amongst the followers of Prophet Mohammad(SalAllahu A'laihe wasallam). Allah accepted this du'a. Jesus, Son of Mary is to return as a follower of Prophet SalAllahu A'laihe wasallam just like one of us. hence, he would be asked to lead the prayer but himself out of humility would ask Imam Mahdi to lead the prayer(that time may be closer to us than we think ...how close? I can't say only Allah knows the future...but over 95% of All minor Signs have been fulfilled and this is it...).
After his return, for some time, Jesus, Son of Mary will rule the world and he will get married and he will die. He will be buried right next to Prophet SalAllahu A'laihe wasallam. According to Qur'an, remember in Surah Ale-Imran(Chapter 3) Jesus, Son of Mary was not crucified. so he is still alive waiting for Allah's command to descend when it's time.

Read the book "End of the World" written by one of my favorite Modern day Muslim Scholars: Mohammad Al A'refe. It should only cost you less than 40 pounds i think.

https://archive.org/details/EndofTheWorld_1101

4) I personally am not an advocate of Learning Islam from TV channels. I am not saying which is right or wrong. me personally, I would go straight to the source(Qur'an and the authentic teachings of Prophet SalAllahu A'laihe wasallam) and I would learn from my local Imam or a very knowledgeabe Local Muslim scholar whom you trust and can befriend and learn from him on a consistent basis. once Allah subhana wa ta'la grants you a solid grasp of deen, you yourself would be able to make a decision and distinguish between truth and falsehood, right from wrong, deception from clarity, genuineness vs. imposters.

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Old January 23, 2018, 10:38 PM
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Rifat re magna paiya shobai ask imam forum shuru kore felse. Amio kisu korsi lol. Jai hok. Kathgora te Rifat, dhormo nah. I wanna know more about the man.

Bolo Rifat —

1) jibone koita prem korso?
2) why are you a Shafiul fan? Maybe I am wrong but thought you said you like him.
3) tumi ki khali east coast thakba? Move korar kono plan ase?
4) how many kids do you want and why is it more than five?
5) koi chilla lagaiso? Next kobe 40 days jaba
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Rifat if you had to watch those movies at an island to stay alive, would you do it?

Howz that for controversy?
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. Kathgora te Rifat, dhormo nah. I wanna know more about the man.
I agree. I knew this was gonna happen. I myself tried to keep it personal but I had to ask him a favorite quote of his my only "religious" q but i put bible or other books as well to give him a chance to perhaps surprise me with a random eminem quote. he is an interesting person.

maybe he is enjoy8ihng answering the relgiious questions but I am not enjoying reading them at all..I want to read about him or his non islam view on life. Things you can't always get from forum conversation.

Some of these questions are ridiculous and qu8iet immature i might add.
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I agree. I knew this was gonna happen. I myself tried to keep it personal but I had to ask him a favorite quote of his my only "religious" q but i put bible or other books as well to give him a chance to perhaps surprise me with a random eminem quote. he is an interesting person.

maybe he is enjoy8ihng answering the relgiious questions but I am not enjoying reading them at all..I want to read about him or his non islam view on life. Things you can't always get from forum conversation.

Some of these questions are ridiculous and qu8iet immature i might add.
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