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Tasauf A Baki Billah
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Muzzle Me Not...
Muzzle Me Not...

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 Join intl & aid orgs in an appeal to help end the #SyriaCrisis. Spread the word: http://uni.cf/syriaappeal  
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৩০ লাখ মানুষ একটু একটু করে ফোঁটা ফোঁটা রক্ত আর ঘামে এই জমিনটা বানিয়েছে আমাদের জন্য।আজ আমরা পৃথিবীর অন্যতম সম্ভবনাময় একটা দেশ।তাদের তিল তিল যন্ত্রণা আর অকল্পনীয় আক্ষেপগাঁথার উপর দাড়িয়ে আজ আমরা বাংলাদেশ।
সেই বাংলাদেশে তাদের আমরা কোথায় রেখেছি? টয়লেটে? তাদের আত্মত্যাগে আমরা কি ফেলছি? আবর্জনা? তাদের শবের উপর আমরা কি করছি? পায়খানা!!!
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This was only a small beginning of what Pakistan perpetrated and now denies...
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খুঁজে বের করুন নিজের গৌরব ও বেদনার একাত্তরের ইতিহাসটুকু...।
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The US wouldn’t look the way it does if it weren’t for a Muslim, Fazlur Rahman Khan. The Dhaka-born Bangladeshi-American was known as the “Einstein of structural engineering”. He pioneered a new structural system of frame tubes that revolutionised the building of skyscrapers. That system consisted of, as he once described it, “three, four, or possibly more frames, braced frames, or shear walls, joined at or near their edges to form a vertical tube-like structural system capable of resisting lateral forces in any direction by cantilevering from the foundation”.

The result was a new generation of skyscrapers that reduced the amount of steel necessary in construction and changed the look of American cityscapes. Islamist terrorists may have blown up the World Trade Center, but without Khan’s innovation of the framed tube structure, the twin towers probably wouldn’t have been constructed in the first place. Nor would the John Hancock tower, with its distinctive exterior X-bracing (devised by Khan) or the Sears tower (also made possible by Khan’s variant on the tube structure concept, the system was the so-called “bundled tube”) both in Chicago. The Sears Tower was for nearly 25 years from 1973, at 108 stories and 1,451ft (442m), the tallest building in the world. Khan died in 1982, but his innovations have proved key for future skyscrapers – including the 2009 Trump International Hotel and Tower in Chicago.

Among other buildings on which Khan served as structural engineer is US Bank Centre in Milwaukee and the Hubert H Humphrey Metrodome in Minneapolis. He also worked on the United States Air Force Academy in Colorado, where officers are trained. If it weren’t for this Muslim, arguably, the US air force wouldn’t be quite so good at its work that, as we know, sometimes involves bombing other countries, some of them populated chiefly by Muslims.

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The machine doesn't look that great but it will surely make the awesome difference...
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