Editorial

Dear Readers,
Assalamu Alaikum wa Rahmatullah
By the time this issue of Youth Wave reaches to your hand, you have already celebrated Eid-ul-Adha, one of the biggest festivals of the Muslims and that’s why I want to say ‘Eid Mubarak’ to all of you if it is not considered too late. Keeping the joyful moments of Eid in mind, we have produced our cover story covering the bizarre festivals that take place around the world, mainly in European countries. If you go through the festivals, you may find that many of these festivals can’t go with the social and religious values we practice. Even, two of the festivals are so much violent that we considered not to publish any picture regarding them. Its a request from the YW family, ‘DO NOT try to practice any of the activities explained in the cover story’.
Youth Wave used to publish book reviews in 2007 that has been closed for some unavoidable reasons. From this issue, we have re-started publishing book reviews from a passionate reader Mr. Ruhul Kader. The Alchemist, a very famous book of the famous writer Paolo Coelho is reviewed in this issue for you. Hope you will enjoy both reading the review and the book.
And one last thing, take lessons from the incident of Ramu, Cox’s Bazar. The Muslims of that particular area were made to do some ugly deeds that goes contradictory to Islam. Islam puts much importance to show respect to the people other than the Muslims and not to harm anybody. Be careful in sharing anything in your facebook because it may cause a disaster against your will.
Best of luck.

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