Hindu-Muslim Unity And Love For India

 
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About The Author:- Khwaja Abdul Muntaqim is a Delhi based Human Rights Counsel, Scholar and Writer. He is a Visiting Professor in Amity University Institute of Advanced Legal Studies and former Additional Legislative Counsel to the Government of India and Director , NCRLM (Ranganath Mishra Commission), Ministry of Minority Affairs. He is the author of more than a dozen books on Human Rights issues including the best selling and globally recognised books Protection of Human Rights (National and International Perspectives) with a foreword by Hon'ble The Chief Justice of India, Empowerment of Women and Gender Justice in Indi a, Commentary on the Constitution of India (English/Hindi/Urdu), Islam's Big 'No' to Terrorism etc. He is a Member of International Society for Human Rights and Law Panel, Ministry of HRD (NCPUL) and also a Member of Human Rights Education for Teaching Professionals Review Committee , N H R C. He has participated in various International Seminars and Conventions on law and religion. Besides, he has hundreds of published articles on constitutional, Legal and Human Rights Issues to his credit Contents:- 1. Hindu-Muslim Unity Gandhi's Doctrine of Hindu-Muslim Unity. 2. Stumbling Blocks in the Path of Hindu Muslim Unity Historical Backlash · Hindu distrust of Muslims and Muslim distrust of Hindus · The Ayodhya Issue · Cow Slaughtering and Food Habits · The Cow in Hinduism · Goseva · Positive Measures · Non-vegetarian Hindus · Is a Muslim Allowed to Eat Food Made or Prepared by a Hindu? · Subjective Interpretation of Religious Scriptures and Holy Books. 3. Are Muslims Treated as Untouchab le s in India? 4. Both Hinduism and Islam are Religions of Peace: The Hindu and Muslim Perspectives Mahatma Gandhi · Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru · N.S.Mehta · Dr. Pattabhi Sitaramayya · Humayun Kabir ·Hinduism - the Religion of Peace and Non-violence ·Islam-the Religion of Peace · Islam's Big "No" to Terrorism · Preamble of the United Nations Charter. 6 Hindu-Muslim Unity

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Book Description 2014. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. 280 About The Author:- Khwaja Abdul Muntaqim is a Delhi based Human Rights Counsel, Scholar and Writer. He is a Visiting Professor in Amity University Institute of Advanced Legal Studies and former Additional Legislative Counsel to the Government of India and Director , NCRLM (Ranganath Mishra Commission), Ministry of Minority Affairs. He is the author of more than a dozen books on Human Rights issues including the best selling and globally recognised books Protection of Human Rights (National and International Perspectives) with a foreword by Hon'ble The Chief Justice of India, Empowerment of Women and Gender Justice in Indi a, Commentary on the Constitution of India (English/Hindi/Urdu), Islam's Big 'No' to Terrorism etc. He is a Member of International Society for Human Rights and Law Panel, Ministry of HRD (NCPUL) and also a Member of Human Rights Education for Teaching Professionals Review Committee , N H R C. He has participated in various International Seminars and Conventions on law and religion. Besides, he has hundreds of published articles on constitutional, Legal and Human Rights Issues to his credit Contents:- 1. Hindu-Muslim Unity Gandhi’s Doctrine of Hindu-Muslim Unity. 2. Stumbling Blocks in the Path of Hindu Muslim Unity Historical Backlash • Hindu distrust of Muslims and Muslim distrust of Hindus • The Ayodhya Issue • Cow Slaughtering and Food Habits • The Cow in Hinduism • Goseva • Positive Measures • Non-vegetarian Hindus • Is a Muslim Allowed to Eat Food Made or Prepared by a Hindu? • Subjective Interpretation of Religious Scriptures and Holy Books. 3. Are Muslims Treated as Untouchab le s in India? 4. Both Hinduism and Islam are Religions of Peace: The Hindu and Muslim Perspectives Mahatma Gandhi • Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru • N.S.Mehta • Dr. Pattabhi Sitaramayya • Humayun Kabir •Hinduism - the Religion of Peace and Non-violence •Islam-the Religion of Peace • Islam’s Big "No" to Terrorism • Preamble of the United Nations Charter. 6 Hindu-Muslim Unity and Love for India 5. Right to Hate in the Context of Hindu Muslim Relationship Hate • Hate Speeches • The So-called Hindu View •The So-called Muslim View • Quotes from Scriptures •Similarities between Hinduism and Islam • Supremacy of God and Efficacy of Prayers • Basic Moral Values and Responsibilities • Doomsday and end of the world, that is, Qayamat and Parle • Importance of Pilgrimage• Help to the Poor • Why certain sections of Hindus put questions to Indian Muslims about Certain Sensitive Issues? • Quotations on Religious Harmony. 6. Constitutional Mandate for Religous Harmony and National Integration Constitutional Provisions for Protection of Minorities. 7. Role of Clerics in Hindu-Muslim Unity Separation of Religion and Politics. 8. Role of Youth and Intellectuals in Communal Harmony 9. Indian Culture: Unity in Diversity Distribution of Population by Religious Groups and their Sex Ratios • Literacy Rate by Religion • Work Participation by Religion. 10. Can Better Indo-Pak Relations Help in Hindu-Muslim Unity? Improving Indo-Pak Relations Through Trade • Improving Cultural Ties • Educational Cooperation • Exchange Programmesetc. • Tourism. 11. Proposed Legislative Measures to Curb Communal Violence and Disharmony Major Pre-partition Riots • Major Post-partition Riots • Terms of Special Significance defined in the Proposed Legislation • Communal and Targeted Violence • Group • Hostile Environment against a Group • Internally Displaced Person • Victim • Offences and Punishment/Penalties under the Act • Prevention of Communal and Targeted Violence • Penalties • Critical Analysis of Prevention of Communal and Targeted Violence (Access to Justice and Reparations) Bill, 2011 The Title 'Hindu-Muslim Unity and Love for India written/authored/edited by Khwaja Abdul Muntaqim', published in the year 2014. The ISBN 9789351280408 is assigned to the Hardcover version of this title. This book has total of pp. 280 (Pages). The publisher of this title is Kalpaz Publicati. Bookseller Inventory # 9789351280408

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Book Description Kalpaz Publications/Gyan Books Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi, India, 2014. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Dust Jacket Condition: New. Title of the book is self-explanatory. It is an objective and non-hypocritical sociogenetic literary composition presenting a serious subject without any disposition to injure feelings of any group(s). The book contains 11 chapters dealing with issues having a bearing on Hindu-Muslim Unity and the stumbling blocks in its path. The following quotations from the book speak for t h e author’s rational and pragmatic approach to the whole issue."Spirit of patriotism must come from within. It is not to be injected. "" There may be hundred reasons to hate each other but the balance shall always tilt in favour of innumerable reasons to love each other ." "Religion is also a moral code and moral codes may differ . One should learn to live with a difference. Moral codes and beliefs should not divide the people. We can\'t build Rome in a day but we have to give a wakeup call for mental transformation.Printed Pages: 280. Bookseller Inventory # 106188

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Book Description Kalpaz, 2014. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Dust Jacket Condition: New. 1st Edition. Contents: Preface. 1. Hindu Muslim unity. 2. Stumbling blocks in the path of Hindu Muslim Unity. 3. Are Muslims treated as untouchables in India? 4. Both Hinduism and Islam are religions of peace: the Hindu and Muslim perspectives. 5. Right to hate in the context of Hindu Muslim relationship. 6. Constitutional mandate for religious harmony and national integration. 7. Role of clerics in Hindu-Muslim unity. 8. Role of youth and intellectuals in communal harmony. 9. Indian culture: unity in diversity. 10. Can better Indo-Pak relations help in Hindu-Muslim Unity? 11. Proposed legislative measures to curb communal violence and Disharmony. Appendix. Index. Title of the book is self-explanatory. It is an objective and non-hypocritical socio-genetic literary composition presenting a serious subject without any disposition to injure feelings of any groups(s). The book contains 11 chapters dealing with issues having bearing on Hindu-Muslim Unity and the stumbling blocks in its path. The following quotations from the book speak for the author’s rational and pragmatic approach to the whole issue. Spirit of patriotism must come from within. It is not to be injected. There may be hundred reasons to hate each other but the balance shall always tilt in favour of innumerable reasons to love each other. Religion is also a moral code and moral codes may differ. One should learn to live with a difference. Moral codes and beliefs should not divide the people. We can’t build Rome in a day but we have to give a wake up call for mental transformation. (jacket). Bookseller Inventory # 113204

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