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~ Umm Aaminah ~
06-23-2015, 02:30 PM
Muslim scholar releases ‘counter-terrorism’ curriculum for UK students
A new ‘counter-terrorism curriculum’ which is aimed to condemn terrorist ideology to UK school children will be launched today.
Pakistani politician and Islamic scholar Dr Muhammad Tahir-ul-Qadri hopes the ‘Islamic Curriculum on Peace & Counter Terrorism’ will dissuade young British people from joining terror organisations such as Isis, and has claimed his work is a ‘Jihad against Isis’.
He now hopes the government will implement a mandatory ‘anti-radicalisation’ sector to the national curriculum.
Dr Tahir-ul-Qadri told BBC Radio 4: ‘This problem of radicalisation has not been properly tackled.
‘It should be on the curriculum. Peace should be taken as peace studies as a subject. De-radicalization should be taken as a subject. Counter-terrorism should be taken as a subject.’
He claims his curriculum draws on the teachings of the Prophet Muhammad ‘based on love and tolerance and coexistence and togetherness’, in order to dismantles what he considers the flawed ideology of terror groups.
An estimated 700 Britons have left the Uk to fight for the Islamic State, while David Cameron has criticised the UK Muslim community for ‘quietly condoning’ extremism.
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06-23-2015, 11:30 PM
How predictable, (British) government approved 'imams' selling government approved 'propaganda', who could imagine it? :hmm:
06-24-2015, 06:13 AM
Never know, one of those "terrorists" might get lucky and meet him in the street, i'm sure they'll at least stop to say "hi".Reply
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