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In May 2003, the first reported case of mad cow disease in an Albertaborn animal set in motion events that devastated Canada’s beef industry. The American response was most crippling, given that 70 per cent of Canada’s exported beef lands there.

Bovine spongiform encephalopathy (BSE), surfaced again in 2010, 2011 and last month, when a beef cow on a Spruce Grove farm tested positive. border has remained open to Canadian beef shipments, and rightly so, since no part of the infected cow reached either the human food chain or animal feed system. government’s reaction to outbreaks of BSE in Canada the latest case is the 19th overall has been tempered by common
cheap oakley sunglasses wholesale sense, research and belief in the industry safeguards that were instituted in the wake of the 2003 disaster. In 2007, Canada imposed new rules on cattle feed formulas to prohibit ingredients that
fake cheap oakleys may have transmitted BSE. The government also bolstered tracing mechanisms.

Despite the increased precautions, BSE cases still arise, and the enhanced monitoring proves its worth each time.

But this latest case is particularly troubling as it’s the first instance of an infected cow born years after the 2007 enhanced feed restrictions were put in place. Was old feed to blame? Officials will not speculate. If not, there could be an inherent problem with the current feed system, and that would be of great concern to the industry.

For now, if the American faith in Canada’s protocols holds, the
fake oakleys current import ban by Taiwan and temporary suspensions imposed
cheap oakleys by China, South Korea, Peru and Belarus will impart minimal economic effect on total Canadian exports, which were worth $2 billion in 2014, and virtually zero in the second half of 2003.

Sovereign countries are of course entitled to decisions made in the belief that they serve the safety of the citizenry. Scientists now believe that the ingestion of infected beef is linked to a variant of Creutzfeldt Jakob disease, a degenerative brain disorder that leads to dementia and death. Proteins found in BSE and variant CJD are similar.

But the more important evidence in this case was presented by the Canadian Food Inspection Agency, which has determined that neither the human food chain, nor the animal feed system, was put at risk. If there is no risk to human health, a total ban on imports such as that imposed by Taiwan stands as an overreaction, one that intimates the
fake oakley sunglasses industry is no more effective at controlling risk factors than it was in 2003, at the height of hysteria.

Klein’s spokesman scrambled to limit the damage, suggesting the premier was only being sarcastic and would never advocate a coverup. But the dismissive tenor was set, the crisis exacerbated, the faith in Alberta’s commitment to food safety diminished.

It has taken vigilance, and 12 years, to repair that tattered reputation. It is encouraging to see that Canada’s largest trading partner has faith in those efforts, even as other countries
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Man behind anti-Islam film jailed

Ref: The convicted California scam artist behind a crude anti-Islam film that stoked protests against the United States across the Muslim world was sent back to jail for a year on Wednesday over probation violations stemming from his role in the video.

In a tightly guarded federal courtroom in Los Angeles, Mark Basseley Youssef admitted to using aliases and lying to his probation officer, breaching the terms of his supervised release from prison this year after serving time for bank fraud. Read more →

HC: Free Uttam’s mother, aunt

Ref: The High Court on Wednesday ordered release of the detained mother and aunt of Uttam Barua, the Buddhist youth on whose Facebook profile a photograph denigrating Islam was uploaded to trigger last month’s communal attack.

The bench of Justices AHM Shamsuddin Chowdhury and Jahangir Hossain issued the verbal order in its own volition in the afternoon. But the Cox’s Bazaar district administration was unaware of the order. Read more →

IOJ calls countrywide hartal for April 4

Ref: Islami Oikya Jote (IOJ), a partner of the BNP-led opposition alliance, Tuesday came up with the call for a countrywide dawn-to-dusk hartal for April 4 to protest the new women policy.

Chairman of the front of Islamic clerics Mufti Fazlul Haque Amini from a rally at city’s Muktangon announced the countrywide general strike. Read more →

Ijtema ground ready, devotees start to come

The sprawling ground of Biswa Ijtema, one of the biggest religious congregations of the Muslims across the world after the holy Hajj, is ready on the bank of the Turag River in Tongi for the annual Islamic function.

Foreign and local devotees have started converging on the bank Turag to join Ijtema. Read more →

No hartal on Sunday

Sammilito Ulama-Mashayekh Parishad, a BNP ally, has called off their countrywide dawn-to-dusk shutdown on Sunday after negotiations with the government.

Several senior leaders of the group on Saturday morning confirmed about the decision, which was also taken considering the Christmas celebration.

The Parishad had declared the hartal programme on Dec 8 protesting a government move to ‘secularise’ the education system. The main opposition BNP on the next day lent its support to the general strike.

One senior leader, who preferred not to be named, told “We have decided to call off the general strike after we had talks with the prime minster’s advisor H T Imam. He assured us of meeting our demands.”

The group on Friday night held a meeting at the residence of group’s chief Muhiuddin Khan at Gandaria and decided to withdraw the hartall.

“We’ve called a press conference at 11am at the National Press Club, where we’ll give the details,” he told on Saturday.

Several ruling party leaders and cabinet members urged the Parishad to withdraw the general strike.

Following this, a delegation led by Khan on Wednesday and another with Islami Oikyo Jote general secretary Abdul Latif Nezami on Thursday met Imam.

Khan on December 8 had alleged that the education policy placed in parliament put little importance to religious education.

He said the government did not consult the religious groups before framing the proposed education policy.

The national education policy was approved unanimously on Dec 7. On April 7 last year, the government formed a national committee, led by professor Kabir Chowdhury, to formulate the policy.

Education minister Nurul Islam Nahid on Oct 9 placed the education policy in the sixth session of parliament.

Eid-ul-Azha being observed

Ref: Devotees by their thousand turned up at mostly makeshift prayer grounds on Wednesday morning as Eid-ul-Azha, the second-largest religious festival of the Muslims, was celebrated throughout the country with due religious fervour and solemnity.

The main Eid congregation was held at the National Eidgah on the High Court premises at 8.00am. The first congregation of Baitul Mukarram National Mosque was held at 7:00 am.
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Sholakia hosts the largest congregation

Ref: Sholakia, famous for its huge draw of devotees, like the previous years, has hosted the largest Eid congregation in the country.

Thousands of people from far and wide started flocking to the ground, spanning over seven acres of land, overnight.

Two special trains—Sholakia Express—carrying devotees from Bhairab and Mymensingh reached Kishoreganj at 8am.
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Eid-ul-Azha today

Ref: Holy Eid-ul-Azha, the second largest religious festival of the Muslims, will be celebrated across the country today with due religious fervour, solemnity and spirit of sacrifice.

Eid Mubarok

To commemorate Hazrat Ibrahim’s (AS) devotion to almighty Allah as illustrated by his readiness to give up his dearest son Hazrat Ismail (AS), well-off Muslims will sacrifice animals and share the sacrificial meat with their relatives, neighbours and poor people.
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3m Muslims perform hajj

Ref: Nearly 3 million Muslims performing the annual hajj pilgrimage in Saudi Arabia began making their way up the rocky desert Mount Arafat yesterday, chanting that they have come to answer God’s call.

Hajj pilgrims pray at Mount Arafat in Saudi holy city of Makkah yesterday, converging on the site where Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) gave his farewell sermon on this day in the Islamic calendar 1,378 years ago.Photo:

The white-robed pilgrims began their ascent at the crack of dawn, covering the Mountain of Mercy at Arafat in an endless sea of white as their chants “Labbayek Allah,” or “Here I am, God, answering your calling,” reverberated overhead.
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