24-Apr-2024
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Indian Muslims: A Complex Narrative of Harmony and Resilience

Indian Muslims reflect a unique and intriguing aspect of the nation's cultural and democratic fabric

In November 2003, former US President George Bush Jr. lauded India’s commendable achievement in fostering democracy and nurturing a multi-religious society. He emphasized that Indian Muslims had demonstrated the compatibility of Islam with democracy, with no reported involvement in the Al-Qaeda network.

Despite attempts to instigate Indian Muslims following the Babri Masjid and Gujarat riots, their long-term resilience prevailed. Even earlier, during the 1980s Mujahideen movement in Afghanistan and present-day conflicts, the participation of Indian Muslims remained minimal.

In stark contrast to Western Asian nations, where a significant proportion joins foreign wars, the peaceful coexistence and limited engagement of Indian Muslims reflect a unique and intriguing aspect of the nation’s cultural and democratic fabric.

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Also read: Education in India: A Beacon of Hope for the Future

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