An excerpt from Monday Mehfil of Uttara. Professor Hamidur Rahman sir discusses Quranic verses about the blessings of Allah Subhanahu wa ta’ala. Towards the end, Maolana Jalal saheb discusses the importance of an Alim or a Faqih; whether or not ‘internet’ can be a substitute of an Alim or a Faqih. Very important discussion for modern Muslims who think internet is a good enough source for learning deen.by
As you already know that I am not an Aleem. I am just a B.Sc.Engineering graduate. I graduated in 1961 from the famous Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology (BUET) of Dhaka. Then I have worked for two years in a power station. I also had a chance to do a course in England for seven months while serving in English Electric Company. I learnt about transformers, switch gears, diesel engines and alternators etc in different electrical equipment manufacturing factory in different cities of England like Stafford, Liverpool etc. I came back and worked in English Electrical Company for the next six years. After eight years of service in practical life, I joined in BUET as a teacher. I worked there as a teacher for 26 years. I joined as an Assistant Professor and after 26 years, I retired as an Assistant Professor. I had no promotion. What is the fault? Because Ididn’t go for the M.Sc. Engineering or Ph.D. degree. Allah Subhanahuwata’ala gave me a chance to be a servant of a Sheikh of Bangladesh. His name was Muhammadullah. He is popularly known as Hafezzi Huzur.
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