Kashif Hafeez Siddiqui

نصاب تعلیم، او لیول کیلے تاریخ کی کتب

In Curriculum on January 7, 2011 at 5:52 am

  1. Kashif bhai… this series has really been an eye-opener for many like me… great stuff… ALLAH aap ko jaza e khair ata farmaye ameen…

    waisay it’s amazing that after putting in so much garbage in our kids’ textbooks and hoping to make them desensitized towards Islam, they have to witness such a landslide majority on facebook paying tributes to Ghazi Mumtaz Qadri 🙂

  2. The point is that don’t our parents know all about this or this is all they want? They dump a huge amount every month for their childrens’ education, why don’t they raise their voice for a reasonable Islamic/Pakistani curriculum? What role are our women playing in scrutinizing their childrens’ syllabus? Why do we rely upon schools and colleges for everything. Our women sitting home can share the history of Islam and Pakistan and stories of our saints and national heroes.

  3. asak, i was hoping someone would write about it and so glad that you did. i am carefully reading the text these days myself as i am helping my kids for the o levels. isnt it a shame that our masters our writing our own history. even the islamiat is written by someone who does not have a muslim name. It is shameful that our own Matric system has collapsed and we our again looking at alternatives for education.

    But despite the shortcomings of the book, i came to know more about the history of pakistan through these books than i did when we were readinng books about history in school back in the 70s when everything bad was censored.

    these books are undoubtedly biased and we have to counter these.eg when they talk about Shaheed barelvi “failure” they say it was the suspicious afghans who betrayed him.Aurangzebs policies were one of the causes of the failures.etc

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