Book claims Muslims spread terrorism; Here’s what publishers say

The book also asks Muslims to understand that they are also the children of Hindus.

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New Delhi: Rajasthan Muslim Parishad has lodged a complaint against the textbook publisher in Rajasthan after the reports were published regarding the B.Ed. guide which contains objectionable comments against Muslims. As reported by Opindia, the book in contention is a One Week Series guidebook for second-year B.Ed. course published by Rajhans publication. The complaint has been filed with the Manak Chowk Police station in Rajasthan.

Answering to question number 21 in page number 22, which asks what efforts to be made to end religion-based stereotypes and prejudices?, the guide suggested solutions like not teaching religion in madrasas, a minimum 2-year jail term for religious discrimination etc. The book also asks Muslims to understand that they are also the children of Hindus.

Explaining further the guide went on to state that Muslims want to establish an empire in the world which has resulted in the spreading of terrorism in the name of jihad.

Claiming that the book is designed to spread hate, Rajasthan Muslim Parishad said if no action is taken against, they will launch a protest demanding the same.

Meanwhile, Rajhans publications reportedly rendered a written apology for the content, clarifying that it picked the content from Thakur Publications. It assured to withdraw all the copies from the market. Claiming it to be a human error the authorities assured such mistake will not be repeated.

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