Changing mindset

The remedy is that religion has to be interpreted at the hands of the learned and not those who have vindictive and sectarian outlook.



This is in response to the editorial, ‘Reorienting the mindset’ (KT, February 24). It was well argued that people with no knowledge of the great religion have been at the root of the dispute, wherein the seminaries were used for political objectives to promote terror and hate.

The point is visible from Afghanistan to African states that are reling under such flawed policies of recruiting students for the so-called holy war purposes.

The remedy is that religion has to be interpreted at the hands of the learned and not those who have vindictive and sectarian outlook. Doing away with sectarian considerations while unting is a must.

Karar Haider, Abu Dhabi


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