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PostPosted:08 Apr 2008, 21:28
by Draghima
Ami ALLAHer rahmote 5times namaj pori,bishwas kori er kono excause thaka uchit na.

PostPosted:24 Nov 2008, 06:25
by saon0172
it isnt seems over reacting.....if they are in boat what they will do...... ha ha ha.....

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PostPosted:09 Aug 2009, 18:07
by Nishchupp
``ÐHØÑGî`` wrote:But Mecca and Medina te kono non-Muslim allowed na. karon amra airport theke Mecca dhukar shomoy, passport check kore, naam dekhe, muslim name ki na.


Apnar post ta pore ami ektu confused hoye gechilam!!pore madinate thake emon ekjon re call kore janlam je macca r madinate non muslim allow na!! :)

Ontopic: Muslim der 5 times namaz pora obosshoi uchit.
thans for the post.

Re: What's your Excuse?

PostPosted:17 Jul 2010, 21:54
by ¨°º0 ČāяέŁέŝŠ 0º°¨
confusion clear hoise toh...naki aro kichu jana lagbe....taile chipay knock koro bole dibo ne.....amare ekbar dhore niye geche namaz pori nai, tai....boshe boshe office-er PC te browsing korchilam....

Re: What's your Excuse?

PostPosted:26 May 2011, 03:42
by kazi38
=D>

Re: What's your Excuse?

PostPosted:04 Sep 2011, 06:12
by abwrath
chotolokera...janos je saudi te rasta porishkar kore gorib bangalira?????? jaderke fokinni ak beton dia rakhe kotipoti ra....oi namaz porar shomoi nijer desher kothao bhabis..ar dowa koris.jano amader shujok ashe saudi teler taka chakor na hoiya..ogoreo amago rasta porishkar koraite pari ak din.....

kom taka dia.....aise....hojiiiiii hojiiii mukho

Re: What's your Excuse?

PostPosted:21 Dec 2011, 20:55
by sokalsrabon
Excuse marate to amra ostad...

Re: What's your Excuse?

PostPosted:22 Dec 2011, 11:46
by TukTuki
There are many people who say they don’t have time to pray at work or school, or while they’re out. But how many have ever said they don’t have time to go to the bathroom, so while out, at work or school have opted instead to just wear Depends? How many of us just don’t feel like waking up at Fajr time if we need to use the bathroom, and choose instead to wet our bed? The truth is we’ll get out of bed, or leave class, or stop work, to use the bathroom, but not to pray.

It sounds comical, but the truth is we put the needs of our body above the needs of our soul. We feed our bodies, because if we didn’t, we’d die. But so many of us starve our souls, forgetting that if we are not praying our soul is dead. And ironically, the body that we tend to is only temporary, while the soul that we neglect is eternal...