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COMMUNITY NEWS: 1-15 April 2001

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Govt depriving minorities of education: Habib
Aligarh: Addressing a meeting on War against communalism organized by All India Students Federation in the Faculty of Arts of Aligarh Muslim University, eminent historian Prof Irfan Habib said that the central government is conspiring to deprive the minorities of education by distorting history and it is trying to spread communalism by adding religious matters in history books and teaching the students only about one religion. He said that Babri Masjid incident has not brought any credit to the country but it had spoilt its image. To equate the Rath Yatra of Home Minister LK Advani during Babri conflict with Dandi March is a matter of shame, he added. The country is passing through critical period. So it is the responsibility of the youths to remain vigilant and fight against communalism. He blamed the central government for being communal-minded as it had omitted lot of Muslim names from voters list and had enacted Poto to fuel communalism.

Political parties dividing Muslims: Basir Ahmad
New Delhi: The so-called secular parties are dividing Muslims in the name of fraternity and caste which is causing great damage to communal unity. These views were expresses by Dr Basir Ahmad, national president of Insaf Party at a public meeting in Mustafabad. He said that Muslims should be politically united and take part in the government, because only political parties rule over a democratic country. He further said that all the parties are using Muslims as their vote bank and their number in government services and educational institutions is very small and no attention is paid to this aspect.

D.U. seminar on Prof Fariq
New Delhi: A one-day seminar was held on 14 March on the literary services of prominent Arabic litterateur Prof Khurshid Ahmad Fariq at the Department of Arabic of Delhi University. Syrian ambassador Dr Mohsin Al-Khair inaugurated the seminar and shed light on the importance of Arabic language and its genuineness. Syed Shahid Hasan Mehdi, VC of Jamia Millia Islamia in his presidential address highlighted some important qualities of Arabic language. Dr Shariful Hasan Qasmi, dean of the Faculty of Arts threw light on some aspects of Dr Fariq. Various treatises were read on the occasion. The former head of the Department of Arabic of Delhi University Dr Khurshid Ahmad Fariq died on 6 November last year.


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