‘Jihadi course’ in 3 big universities! AMU took action after complaining to PM Modi

Jamia Millia, Jamia Hamdard and Aligarh Muslim University have been accused of running jihadi courses. After this, AMU has removed two Islamic writers from the syllabus.

Accused of running ‘Jihadi course’ in AMU, Jamia. (signal picture)

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,Mr. Modi.. We would like to bring to your notice that Jihadi Islamic courses are being run in some departments of government funded Islamic universities, such as AMU, Jamia Millia Islamia and Jamia Hamdard University. The result of such studies is that there are constant deadly attacks on Hindu society and civilization. Our Leading Islamic University is calling such jihadi ideas just and respected. Especially when some prominent Muslim leaders have openly declared that they want to completely Islamize post-Partition India by 2047.

These universities are running on government expenditure and we are the taxpayers. Therefore, as a concerned citizen, we have the right to demand that such studies be stopped. It is a matter of security of the country. All these things have been said in the letter written to Prime Minister Narendra Modi. This letter has been written by 25 scholars from different universities across the country. This Narendra Modi It is an open letter written to.

AMU took immediate action

Aligarh Muslim University has taken immediate action after the open letter to the PM. Sayyid Qutb and Abul Ala al-Maududi .. these two names now Aligarh Muslim University I will not be seen. Neither their books will run, nor will the students be taught them. In the Cause Letter, objections were raised to the teaching of the ideology of these two Islamic writers. Officials said Sayyid Qutb is an Islamic writer from Turkey, while Abul Ala al-Moudoudi is a Pakistani writer.

Shafe Kidwai, PRO of AMU said that ‘Sayyid Qutb And Abul Ala Al-Maududi.. The content of these two is being removed from the syllabus. Necessary procedure will be followed for this. There should be no controversy in the university, so it has been decided to remove these parts from the syllabus. Circumstances have changed. What was worth teaching years ago may not be worth teaching today.

The names of all 25 scholars have also been given in the open letter written to PM Modi, who raised the issue of Jihadi studies. This includes professors from IISc Bangalore to the London School of Economics. Professor Madhu Kishwar, Senior Fellow, Nehru Memorial Museum and Library (NMML) has also tweeted this letter.

Professor Madhu Kishwar, Senior Fellow, Nehru Memorial Museum and Library (NMML) has also tweeted this letter.

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