Anti-Muslim Prejudices in the Indian Context: Addressing and Dispelling them


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Book Description

Is terrorism, or even religion-based terrorism, a Muslim monopoly? Are Muslim-majority countries in general sexist and intolerant of non-Muslims? Here is a book that tries to address and dispel perhaps all possible anti-Muslim prejudices, especially in the Indian context but not confined to the same, without attempting to adopt an attitude of pity for Muslims, or attempting to deny, condone or subtly justify the wrongdoings of some of them. The author also intends to write another separate book on prejudices Muslims have about those of other faiths too (again, specially in the Indian context), and has broadly discussed the themes of that book he proposes to write in this book. With references to books, media articles, reports and clips, documentaries as well as personal anecdotes...

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