Hence, a sustained effort with new approach and outlook to turn over the situation needs to be adopted. The letter contained slogans such as: A usual shortcut is to blame the internet for radicalisation.
But due to the religious intolerance and exploitation, youth has become vulnerable too. Act firmly in accordance with the law against Indian Muslims indulging in terrorism. Many have adopted those courses which are deterrents to national development.
Pakistan-based groups fighting in Kashmir under the banner of the Salafi movement consider it a moral imperative and a religious obligation to conduct Jihad in the region; for them any misrepresentation of this doctrine amounts to apostasy.
Perhaps this is why the ATS has begun an "I am anti-terrorist" campaign across Maharashtra in which 25, college students have enrolled. India has always recognized the importance of religious freedom, but on many occasions, irritants whether internal or external has tried to destroy the fabric of secularism by infusing religious enmity.
Facebook In the last few years, the National Investigation Agency NIA has cracked a series of cases where it has come to light that a number of Indian youngsters are straying towards Islamic radicalisation.
The incidents of violence thereafter in Mumbai in which many Muslims were allegedly involved and Muslim complaints of disproportionate use of force by the Mumbai Police for suppressing the acts of violence.
The younger generation is wearing ankle-length trousers, long beards and skull caps and women are donning Hijaab. Sadly, what has happened is in total variance to the vision. One crore thirty lakh people have vanished in thin air.
This phenomenon is already visible in a limited way. Ever since it has come into existence, Pakistan has played out a diabolic and concerted plan to radicalise the Kashmiri society. At the time of partition, the vision of the creator of Pakistan, Muhammad Ali Jinnah, was of a nation that would adopt secularism to accommodate its historically multi-religious and culturally diverse population.
It should be emphasised that Pakistan is on the verge of extinction because of the radicalised politics that it has allowed to proliferate in its society. As of last July, it appears that the number of Muslim youths arrested over the past three years in different states of India for pro-IS radicalisation is at least In modern times, Sufism, supported by the Barelvi school of Sunni Islam, is presented as peaceful.
One crore thirty lakh people have vanished in thin air. De-radicalisation is like detoxification and would require a sustained and continuous effort. For a long time now, political analysts, media experts, administration and even security agencies have been, ignorantly or deliberately, dealing with Kashmir as a political issue.
While some continue to swim in the 'this only happens in other country' sea of denial, others are beginning to grasp the gravity of the situation and suggesting ways to counter it. Pakistan has, over the years, exhibited an eerie determination to exist as an Islamic State comprising only of Sunni Muslims.
Sections B and C of the Pakistan Panel Code outlaws Ahmadis from calling their place of worship a Masjid, claiming to be Muslims or preaching their faith to others. The following persons, all residents of Parbhani, were arrested: The region has to be extracted from the certain destruction that the Pakistan sponsored narrative is leading it to.
Unless that happens, security agencies in India will need to remain alert. Intolerance, sectarianism and radicalisation in Pakistan is becoming dangerous not only for the region but for the world at large.
India has influential organisations like Jamiat Ulema-e-Hind which has said that the Muslim Personal Law cannot be subjected to the Constitution of India. Singh said in the recent years, perception of global terrorism has undergone a massive makeover with the rise of armed terror groups especially in the Middle East, South Asia and Africa.
Social media sites are used by the terror outfits to allure the young mind to join the cause. There is a notion that extremist movements in various parts of the world recruit their followers from only amongst the poor and uneducated.
Radicalisation has always existed in India leading to bomb blasts on many occasions, but that it could pose a serious challenge to the security of India was realised first in mid when four youths left Mumbai for Iraq and Syria — one of them, Areeb Majeed, returned later from Turkey, where he had ended up for medical treatment after being wounded in Syria.
Although Indian nationals have been involved in terrorist attacks within the country, there has been no case of any one joining al-Qaeda or any other global terrorist group. A society that has existed for many millenniums as a secular entity based on an enlightened Sufi couture.
Radicalisation of Indian Youth India faces several threats to its national security in this increasingly globalised environment and the radicalisation of the Indian youth is the greatest threat to our security.
Topic: Linkages between development and spread of extremism. 8) Critically examine the reasons for radicalization of muslim youth in parts of South India in recent months. ( Words) The Hindu.
There is a fair constituency of Kashmiri youth, who do not subscribe to radicalization and rioting but who want to get ahead in life within the Indian system. This has been proven by the response to many recruitment tests by the Army and J&K police, where up to applicants have shown up.
The issue of the radicalisation of Indian Muslims is one that has been gaining momentum for a while now. While some continue to swim in the 'this only happens in other country' sea of denial, others are beginning to grasp the gravity of the situation and suggesting ways to counter it.
In the last few years, the National Investigation Agency (NIA) has cracked a series of cases where it has come to light that a number of Indian youngsters are straying towards Islamic radicalisation.
The youth are encouraged to go to Syria and adjoining battle-torn regions to join ranks with ISIS. India needs to prevent radicalisation of youth via Internet India needs a counter narrative to prevent the radicalisation and mobilisation of its youth via the Internet, writes Shishir Gupta.Radicalisation of indian youth