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Re: NavNirman-The amazing anti-India syllabus of Pak madrassas

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  • Nutan Thakur
    Friends, While each country is free to have its own set of educational systems and to guide its citizen the way it wants but every one of you will agree with
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      While each country is free to have its own set of educational systems and to guide its citizen the way it wants but every one of you will agree with me about the Hindi idiom "Rope ped khajur ka, aam kahaan se hoye.". As they say in English- "One reaps what he harvests.".
      Similarly if any Nation only lets its students learn the language and teachings of hatred and violence and enmity, it is bound to get the same in return which long term will only prove to be counterproductive for it.
      I am ot very sure if the Pak madarsas exactly teach the same things, but if they do they are bound to be the losers in the end, as they might have already started realizing.


      Dr Nutan Thakur
      Nutan Satta Pravah


      --- On Thu, 2/26/09, Parvez Jamasji <parvez1942@...> wrote:

      From: Parvez Jamasji <parvez1942@...>
      Subject: Re: NavNirman-The amazing anti-India syllabus of Pak madrassas
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      Date: Thursday, February 26, 2009, 10:08 AM

      What do the Dar ul Ulemas, Deo Bandis, have to say on this Teaching of Hate ?
      SUCH TRACK RECORD PROVES : Islamic Ideology is based on Hate Kill & Subjugate
      Further to Ideology & Perception 11-12.01.2009

      --- On Thu, 26/2/09, Naveen Gupta <ncgupta38@...> wrote:
      From: Naveen Gupta <ncgupta38@...>
      Subject: Re: NavNirman - The amazing anti-India syllabus of Pak madrassas
      To: NavNirman@yahoogroups.com
      Date: Thursday, 26 February, 2009, 9:26 AM

      I am sure our madrassas in india must be aware of this.
      Can we make efforts to find out what they are teaching.
      This alone can solve this problem.

      On 2/25/09, sri venkat <ahvenkitesh@ gmail.com> wrote:
      The amazing anti-India syllabus of Pak madrassas
      http://www.rediff. com/news/ 2009/feb/ 24amazing- anti-india- syllabus- of-pak-madrassas .htm

      Vicky Nanjappa & Krishnakumar P

      February 24, 2009 16:06 IST

      "India was part of Pakistan before 1947.

      In the 1965 war, Pakistan conquered several areas of India and staring
      at a certain defeat, New Delhi [Images] requested the United Nations
      to arrange for a ceasefire.

      During the 1971 war, the Pakistan Army [Images] demonstrated great
      courage and valour and inflicted humiliating blows on the Indian
      forces on both the Eastern and Western fronts."

      This excerpts may puzzle you, but according to some madrasas in
      Pakistan, it is nothing, but history. Ten year olds in those madrassas
      are injected with such and more distorted 'facts', says a confidential
      Intelligence Bureau report.

      Besides the impressionable minds are further indoctrinated with a
      textbook called 44 ways to support Jihad, written by Anwar-al-Awalaki.

      The IB report, which is based on textbooks from madrasas and the
      interrogation of several arrested terror suspects including those
      involved in the Mumbai terror attacks [Images], says that the number
      of such "anti-India madrasas" is on the rise.

      The report says that a typical text book for Class 111 starts with
      chapters on culture before moving on to subjects like the wars with

      With the context set, and India painted as the enemy, the textbooks
      swiftly move on the importance of jihad and martyrdom.

      The curriculum also lays a bit of emphasis on English. A chapter
      teaches the letters of the alphabet with examples like: B for bandook,
      k for knife, R for rocket, T for tank, and S for sword.

      Studies on these madrassas also show that these outfits glorify
      violence. Even the games the kids play involve shooting practice with
      air guns and war games.

      On culture and history, the textbooks, which are not available in the
      market and are distributed directly in the madrassas mostly run by the
      Jammat-ud-Dawa, teach how Muslim saints reformed Hindus and helped
      abolish their superstition and wrong practices.

      A chapter on Muhammad Ali Jinnah states that he saved Muslims from
      being enslaved by the Hindu Congress party, which encouraged slavery.

      A select group of children from these madrassas are then inducted into
      terror outfits like the Lashkar-e-Tayiba [Images], whose group of
      children is called the 'White Falcons', which begins grooming children
      for jihad right from when they are 10.

      The report says that there are around 6,000 madrasas in Pakistan, most
      of which, an official said, are rooted in such a culture of hate.

      "At least half of the madrassas in Pakistan adopt the Lashkar's
      curriculum and at present there are around 5,83,000 students studying
      in such madrassas."

      "Though most students are from Pakistan, there are also around 16,000
      Afghan children and some 18,000 foreign students," the official said.

      The report says that outfits like the LeT are very choosy about the
      induction into such schools.

      "They pick and chose children from very poor families. Till, the
      education is complete, they are taken care of and the families are
      given some money each month," the officer said.

      The report says that some students realise that they are unfit to take
      up any vocation after a stint in these schools and by the time they
      reach Class X decide to join other legitimate madrassas which also
      teach mathematics, science, medicine and other subjects.

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