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Khwaja Iftikhar Ahmed

Published by Manak Pub (2012)

ISBN 10: 8178312883 ISBN 13: 9788178312880

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About this Item: Manak Pub, 2012. Contents Preface 1 Why the Muslims are not in Agreement with Sangh Parivar A Background of Perceptive differences 2 The Sangh Parivar Indian Muslims and the Divisions 3 The Sangh Parivar and Hindutva 4 Understanding Islam and Muslims 5 Misunderstanding  Regarding Islamic Terminology 6 Demands of the the Sangh Parivar from the Muslims of India An objective analysis 7 What are the fears plaguing the Muslim Mind IndexThis work is generally dedicated as a read for everyone who believes in a civilized democratic and secular India but most specifically for the leadership of all organizations which together  make the Sangh Parivar its office bearers cadres and sympathizersThis book aims at understanding the Sangh ideology in respect of the Muslims of India and makes the Parivar also to understand analyze and interpret its content with an objective and rational mindset If the Sangh Parivar and the millions of its supporters are a reality then the 200 million Muslims as Indian citizens with their well placed and duly recognized role in Indian polity society and economy are also an equally relevant reality Some honest assertions may contribute to better understanding of our position on subjects of both the community and country related issuesThis book is also necessary for all the secular-minded Indians political parties organizations institutions institutions cadres and the civil society to understand the ground of why the Muslims are opposed to the ideology of the Sangh Parivar what its background is all about and how well placed our logic of their opposition is 97 pp. Seller Inventory # 100980

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Khwaja Iftikhar Ahmed

Published by Manak Pub (2012)

ISBN 10: 8178312824 ISBN 13: 9788178312828

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About this Item: Manak Pub, 2012. Contents ForewordKaran Singh Preface 1 Freedom struggle-the historical participation of Muslims of the subcontinent 2 Independence and the contribution of nationalist Muslims 3 Constitutional rights safeguards and privileges for minorities 4 Our contribution in national building 5 The Congress Foreign Policy and our place in the Comity of nations 6 Indian Muslims and protection of their rights 7 History of Hindu Muslim relations-past and present perspective 8 Relations between Congress and Muslims in pre and post independence era 9 An objective analysis of the Congress rule-1947-1977 10 Assessment of the first Non-Congress rule 1977 11 1980 and the return of the Congress rule 12 The Dawn of the Rajiv Era-1984-1989 13 Unusual changes in Indian polity 1989-1991 14 Congress back to power PV Narsimha Rao-The Prime Minister 15 Narsimha Rao?s rule of Five Years-a Muslim perspective 16 Period of political polarization and unusual challenges 1996-98 17 BJP-let coalition at the centre 1998-2004 18 Congress back in power-Dr Manmohan Singh-the Prime Minister 19 India is surging ahead for a brighter tomorrow 2009-2014 20 Nehru Family-a great National legacy 21 Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru-the Architect of modern India 22 Indira Gandhi-architect of a strong stable and vibrant India 23 Rajiv Gandhi-architect of the twenty first century India 24 Sonia Gandhi-the living legend of Gandhian philosophy 25 Rahul Gandhi-the evolving dynamics of leadership in India 26 Muslism welfare under UPA I-II 27 Challenges before Congress 28 Word of caution appeal to the conscience of India Conclusion Name Index Subject IndexDr Khwaja Iftikhar Ahmed?s work Indian National Congress and Indian Muslims has not been at anybody?s behest but as part of his own vision and conscience This a historic document is a tribute to all those devoted Indian Muslims whose atriotic zeal towards the nation was undying Maulana Azad Khan Abdul Ghaffar Khan Hakeem Ajmal Khan Maulana Hasrat Mohani besides umpteen others had been the exemplary figures of nationalist Muslims The book discusses the sacrifices and services of Muslims in generalDr Khwaja himself has been a man of letters and someone who works with a patriotic zeal for the uplift of the nation?s hapless Besides through his Inter Faith Harmony Foundation of India he has brought the leaders of world?s religions together for a harmonious bonding For the last so many years this has been the sole platform that has borne an impeccable influence on the followers of the Baha?I Faith Buddhism Christianity Hinduism Islam Jainism Judaism Sikhism and Zoroastrianism That way India too is making her presence felt through the peace loving Muslims who otherwise have been under suspicion owing to media machinationsIn this book Dr Khwaja has appealed all the Indians to be vigilant against divisive and communalist forces Though he hasn?t jumped into the bandwagon of active politics yet his well wishers are of the view that noble men like him must be part of active politics since they are badly required there However he says that active politics is not his cup of tea but serving commoners has been his endeavour This book will go a long way paying way to mutual understanding of the different communities 294 pp. Seller Inventory # 100983

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