Muslim Separatism: Causes and Consequences

Sita Ram Goel

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CONTENTS: I. THE TWO BEHAVIOUR Patterns : 1. Stale Studies of Partition 2. A Breath of Fresh Breeze 3. The Muslim Behaviour Pattern 4. The National Behaviour Pattern 5. No Warning Voices II. THE NATIONAL TERRITORIAL Tradition : 1. Bharatavarsha Becomes a "Multitude of Different Countries" 2. Cultural Unity versus Political Unity 3. The Character of Political Unity 4. Defence of the North-Western Frontier 5. Surrender of a Vital Principle III. THE NATIONAL HISTORICAL TRADITION : 1. Paralysis at the Time of Partition 2. Degeneration Due to Distorted Vision 3. The National Version of Indian History 4. Hindus Remembered only their Own Heroes 5. The Western Version of Indian History IV. THE Business OF BLAMING THE British : 1. Islam and Hindu Society 2. A Slogan Borrowed from the British 3. The Same Slogan is Still Current 4. A Welcome Departure 5. Failure of British Policy on all Other Fronts 6. Faulty Perceptions of National Leadership V. THE FRUSTRATION OF ISLAM IN India : 1. Hindu and Muslim `Revivalism` 2. Two Versions of Medieval Indian History 3. The Prison-House of Islamic Theology 4. The Piety of Islam 5. The `Spiritual Mission` of Islam VI. ISLAMIC ATAVISM RENAMED MUSLIM REVIVALISM : 1. Walliulah`s Recipe for Re-establishing Islam 2. Atavism is not Revivalism 3. An Outline of Islamic Crusade in India 4. Common Characteristics of Islamic Theologians 5. Most Sufis were Hard-Hearted Fanatics Appendix VII. JOURNEY FROM Jihad TO JEE-HUZURI : 1. The Double-Faced Deceiver 2. Anti-British Jihad Always Ended as Anti-Hindu 3. Islamic Theologians do a Right-About Turn VIII. NATIONAL RESURGENCE REVILED AS HINDU REVIVALISM : 1. Message of Maharshi Dayananda 2. Bankim Chandra Chatterjee 3. Swami Vivekananda 4. Sri Aurobindo 5. The National Vision Gets Vitiated 6. The Terminological Swindle 7. The Blind Alley 8. The Transvaluation of Values 9. The Only Way Out IX. Loss OF PRIVILEGES PORTRAYED AS PRIVATION : 1. The New Posture of Islamic Imperialism 2. Muslims Insist on Cow-Slaughter 3. No Music Before the Mosque 4. Uproar over Urdu 5. Urdu had Remained a Foreign Language 6. Yet Urdu Won a Victory X. THE Separatist SEWER POLLUTES THE NATIONAL MAINSTREAM : 1. There was No New Breeze among Muslims 2. Causes of Muslim Bitterness Against the British 3. Muslim Stage an Anti-Climax 4. National Leadership Walks into the Trap 5. A New Stage in the National Movement XI. THE BEHAVIOUR Pattern PATENTED BY ISLAM : 1. Rabindranath on Hindu-Muslim Unity 2. Lala Lajpat Rai on the Same Theme 3. Sarat Chandra Sums Up the Subject 4. Hindu Failure to Understand Islam 5. It is Islam that Separates the Muslims from the Hindus 6. The Essence of Islam XII. PLEA FOR A HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE : 1. The Basic and the Big Mistake 2. The Foreign Fraternity 3. Hindus could have Wiped out Islam 4. Residues of Islamic Imperialism in Different Roles 5. The Tragedy of National Leadership 6. Voices of Warning 7. Secularism : The New Smoke-screen 8. The only Way Out : An Awakened Hindu Society Printed Pages: 136. Bookseller Inventory #

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Title: Muslim Separatism: Causes and Consequences
Publisher: Voice of India, New Delhi
Publication Date: 2002
Binding: Softcover
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Book Description Voice of India, New Delhi, 2002. Softcover. Condition: New. 5th or later edition. CONTENTS: I. THE TWO BEHAVIOUR Patterns : 1. Stale Studies of Partition 2. A Breath of Fresh Breeze 3. The Muslim Behaviour Pattern 4. The National Behaviour Pattern 5. No Warning Voices II. THE NATIONAL TERRITORIAL Tradition : 1. Bharatavarsha Becomes a "Multitude of Different Countries" 2. Cultural Unity versus Political Unity 3. The Character of Political Unity 4. Defence of the North-Western Frontier 5. Surrender of a Vital Principle III. THE NATIONAL HISTORICAL TRADITION : 1. Paralysis at the Time of Partition 2. Degeneration Due to Distorted Vision 3. The National Version of Indian History 4. Hindus Remembered only their Own Heroes 5. The Western Version of Indian History IV. THE Business OF BLAMING THE British : 1. Islam and Hindu Society 2. A Slogan Borrowed from the British 3. The Same Slogan is Still Current 4. A Welcome Departure 5. Failure of British Policy on all Other Fronts 6. Faulty Perceptions of National Leadership V. THE FRUSTRATION OF ISLAM IN India : 1. Hindu and Muslim `Revivalism` 2. Two Versions of Medieval Indian History 3. The Prison-House of Islamic Theology 4. The Piety of Islam 5. The `Spiritual Mission` of Islam VI. ISLAMIC ATAVISM RENAMED MUSLIM REVIVALISM : 1. Walliulah`s Recipe for Re-establishing Islam 2. Atavism is not Revivalism 3. An Outline of Islamic Crusade in India 4. Common Characteristics of Islamic Theologians 5. Most Sufis were Hard-Hearted Fanatics Appendix VII. JOURNEY FROM Jihad TO JEE-HUZURI : 1. The Double-Faced Deceiver 2. Anti-British Jihad Always Ended as Anti-Hindu 3. Islamic Theologians do a Right-About Turn VIII. NATIONAL RESURGENCE REVILED AS HINDU REVIVALISM : 1. Message of Maharshi Dayananda 2. Bankim Chandra Chatterjee 3. Swami Vivekananda 4. Sri Aurobindo 5. The National Vision Gets Vitiated 6. The Terminological Swindle 7. The Blind Alley 8. The Transvaluation of Values 9. The Only Way Out IX. Loss OF PRIVILEGES PORTRAYED AS PRIVATION : 1. The New Posture of Islamic Imperialism 2. Muslims Insist on Cow-Slaughter 3. No Music Before the Mosque 4. Uproar over Urdu 5. Urdu had Remained a Foreign Language 6. Yet Urdu Won a Victory X. THE Separatist SEWER POLLUTES THE NATIONAL MAINSTREAM : 1. There was No New Breeze among Muslims 2. Causes of Muslim Bitterness Against the British 3. Muslim Stage an Anti-Climax 4. National Leadership Walks into the Trap 5. A New Stage in the National Movement XI. THE BEHAVIOUR Pattern PATENTED BY ISLAM : 1. Rabindranath on Hindu-Muslim Unity 2. Lala Lajpat Rai on the Same Theme 3. Sarat Chandra Sums Up the Subject 4. Hindu Failure to Understand Islam 5. It is Islam that Separates the Muslims from the Hindus 6. The Essence of Islam XII. PLEA FOR A HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE : 1. The Basic and the Big Mistake 2. The Foreign Fraternity 3. Hindus could have Wiped out Islam 4. Residues of Islamic Imperialism in Different Roles 5. The Tragedy of National Leadership 6. Voices of Warning 7. Secularism : The New Smoke-screen 8. The only Way Out : An Awakened Hindu Society Printed Pages: 136. Seller Inventory # 14706

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