Al-Jamiatul Ahliah

Darul Uloom Mueenul Islam Hathazari

Hathazari, Chittagon-4300, Bangladesh
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Uloomul Fiqah

Before the establishment of the Jameya, the society of Chittagong was full of ‘shirk’ (Think of someone who is a partner of Allah or His power) and ‘bid-aat’ (religious prejudice). People were in the dark of religious misdeed and ill-based knowledge of Islam. Their religious belief and activities were either limited or mixed with ‘shirk’ (misbelief to Allah) and ‘bid-aat’ (religious prejudice). The culture and tradition of the Hindus, the West and lack of knowledge on religion dangerously impact upon them. People were seemingly in competition to degradation.

Before the establishment of the Jameya, the society of Chittagong was full of ‘shirk’ (Think of someone who is a partner of Allah or His power) and ‘bid-aat’ (religious prejudice). People were in the dark of religious misdeed and ill-based knowledge of Islam. Their religious belief and activities were either limited or mixed with ‘shirk’ (misbelief to Allah) and ‘bid-aat’ (religious prejudice). The culture and tradition of the Hindus, the West and lack of knowledge on religion dangerously impact upon them. People were seemingly in competition to degradation.

Before the establishment of the Jameya, the society of Chittagong was full of ‘shirk’ (Think of someone who is a partner of Allah or His power) and ‘bid-aat’ (religious prejudice). People were in the dark of religious misdeed and ill-based knowledge of Islam. Their religious belief and activities were either limited or mixed with ‘shirk’ (misbelief to Allah) and ‘bid-aat’ (religious prejudice). The culture and tradition of the Hindus, the West and lack of knowledge on religion dangerously impact upon them. People were seemingly in competition to degradation.