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"International Journal of Political Science and Governance"

2020, Vol. 2, Issue 1, Part B

Madaris reforms in Pakistan after 9/11, 2001


Author(s): Wajid Ali and Irfan Bashir

Abstract: Madaris in Pakistan suddenly became the core subject of Academic discussion after 9/11, as Madaris were blamed for involvement in the terrorist’s activities. The research work also aimed to highlight the positive aspect of the Madaris to the world community, in which the Religious Scholars (Ulema) thoughts are also included about the west demand of Madaris reforms. This research study has rejected the work done by the other Scholars as they blamed all the Madaris for terrorism, in fact few of the Madaris were involved. Moreover, the Islamic Religious Scholars (Ulema) are ready to reform Madaris but they want to do it internally not on outside pressure. This research work suggests that the reforms of Madaris should be done with the help of the Ulema, who are the experts of running the Madaris. Subjects like social science, computer and mathematics would open many doors for students to get jobs.

Pages: 71-74 | Views: 33 | Downloads: 6

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How to cite this article:
Wajid Ali and Irfan Bashir. Madaris reforms in Pakistan after 9/11, 2001. International Journal of Political Science and Governance. 2020; 2(1): 71-74.
International Journal of Political Science and Governance