Author(s): M. Nur PAKDEMIRLI
Pakistan madrassas are referred with terror and violence and are under the focus of several accusations. It is claimed that madrassas are in cooperation with militarist groups and raise people for them. In this work, terror and political connections of Pakistan madrassas are investigated to determine the truth of such claims. The emergence of Taliban, radical inclinations, educational status of people so called ‘slamic Militants’ who are involved in terror, views of members of the madrassas on the topic are studied. In conclusion it is found that madrassas are not institutions educating terrorists and the events and connections are much complicated than as it appears.
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