I came across the following video on twitter. A young (in his teens, or maybe barely out of his teens) Muslim boy is being questioned by some people. Presumably those people have caught him doing something objectionable, and are trying to get more information out of him. Anyway, the entire context is not clear.
However, the boy does provide some information, which, if true, is very disturbing. He says that:
- At his madarsa, there is training provided to do love Jihad on Hindu girls
- About 40 boys are engaged in love Jihad
- 10 Hindu girls have been trapped
- None of these girls have been married (to the boys who did the love Jihad on them), but instead they are sold (in Mumbai).
He then agrees when the questioner asks him a leading question: does the maulana say to do this as to make Islam the sole religion in Bharat?
The explosive growth of madarsas in Bharat is a matter of great concern from every angle: be it social harmony, be it national security, or be it purely economic. Madarsas mass-manufacture a particular product: a young adult who has obtained only Islamic learning, and who does not fit into modern democratic societies, and cannot be economically productive. On top of that, it may be (as per the video) that these madarsas are training centers for more sinister endeavors. Let us also not forget that large numbers of madarsa-manufactured “students” formed the Taliban, and nearly all Islamist terror groups gain much recruitment from madarsas.
Did you know that there is major government funding made to madarsas? Read this, about the “Scheme to Provide Quality Education in Madrasas (SPQEM).” As long as the control of religious curriculum in madarsas is in the hand of maulanas who harbor dreams of re-conquering Bharat for Islam, no amount of secular subjects like maths, science, computers etc will solve the issue – on the contrary, blending modern education with the toxic Islamist teaching will result in more tech-savvy and dangerous extremists.
We request Amit Shah to look into the growth of madarsas as a matter of great concern. It is truly surprising that there is no equivalent government funding or schemes for gurukuls, vedic schools, maths and the educational institutions that they run, but there is lot of funding going to madarsas. Is this Bharat or Pakistan?
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