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The Musalman

In a country like India Hindus and Muslims are living together for a thousand years. In every city, town and village they are not only next door neighbours, but they are also colleagues and partners, in business and trades, schools and offices. They have also jointly participated in the movements launched for the liberation of […]

  • Abulhasan 'Ali Nadvi
  • Islamic Research and Publications
  • 1977
The Musalman
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The Musalman
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    In a country like India Hindus and Muslims are living together for a thousand years. In every city, town and village they are not only next door neighbours, but they are also colleagues and partners, in business and trades, schools and offices. They have also jointly participated in the movements launched for the liberation of the country from the foreign rule, and are still co-workers in different political and social organizations; in the railway and buses they can be seen traveling together; but, it is an incomprehensible mystery that they are not even as much acquainted with each other’s religious beliefs, customs, traditions and culture as the people belonging to two different lands.

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    • Abulhasan 'Ali Nadvi
    • Islamic Research and Publications
    • 1977
    • Second
    • India
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