“Pakistan’s public school textbooks contain deeply troubling content that portrays non-Muslim citizens as outsiders, unpatriotic, and inferior; are filled with errors; and present widely-disputed historical ‘facts’ as settled history,” USCIRF Chairman Robert P. George said in a statement on the report’s release. “Missing from these textbooks are any references to the rights of religious minorities and their positive contributions to Pakistan’s development.”
“These textbooks sadly reflect the alarming state today of religious freedom in Pakistan,” he concluded. “A country’s education system, including its textbooks, should promote religious tolerance, not close the door to cooperation and coexistence.”
The 52-page report contains many examples of a troubling portrayal of religious minorities in the public school textbooks.
A passage from a tenth grade Punjab textbook, also published in 2015, states, “Because the Muslim religion, culture and social system are different from non-Muslims, it is impossible to cooperate with Hindus.” Via http://www.cnsnews.com
I do see that some Muslims are good, witness the numerous human right associations, columnists or savvy people that battle for their rights as evacuees, right now. However the hindrance remains the Koran, a sacred writing, undoubtedly, yet which was composed for individuals and attitudes of 1400 years back, when truths were brutal, disciplines considerably harsher and survival an immeasurably significant issue. No one has perused the Koran appropriately, with the exception of the Islamic fear based oppressors of today (ISIS): it says that the Infidels ought to be killed, that Islam must be the world religion, that ladies can be stoned if unfaithful, or that being gay is a wrongdoing deserving of death. Rationale would state that Muslim researchers of universal notoriety ought to get together and change the Koran, with the goal that it gets to be distinctly adjusted to the 21st century world. Issue is that no one dares touch it or question it due to fear of death. Issue is that even inside the most direct, instructed and illuminated Muslims, rationale and great sense, stops with regards to the Koran…