Condition of Muslims in India

Haseeb, Ahmed (2013) Condition of Muslims in India. Radiance views weekly, LI (26). pp. 114-121.

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The bias against Muslims, which dates back to the pre-Independence era, continues its ugly growth in the post-Independence period. The very integrity, honesty and loyalty of Muslims have always been in question. Muslims have been considered second grade citizens. The blame of Partition has been dumped on them. Lakhs of Muslims have been massacred during diabolic communal riots across the country. Muslims have been pushed down in all spheres of life – political, educational, social and economic. To console them in their sorrowful moments, to guide them in times of trouble, to build confidence in them, to foster unity and to motivate them to assemble on a single platform and more importantly to become efficient in discharging their duties as Khair-e-Ummah, many journals, magazines, dailies, weeklies and monthlies in Urdu and some other regional languages unfailingly continued their endeavours. Still a guiding star in English was as necessary as an Oasis in a desert. Radiance has done this job in the post-Independence period in India. Here are some of the yeoman services Radiance has done during these 50 years in the context of condition of Muslims.

Item Type: Article
Subjects: English Language
Media and Communication
Divisions: College of Education - Zahran Al-Janoub > English Language
Depositing User: Dr Haseeb Ahmed Abdul Majeed
Date Deposited: 30 Oct 2017 16:42
Last Modified: 30 Oct 2017 16:42

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