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‘Distorted history in textbooks to lead the nation to destruction’

26 January 2023

Staff Reporter :
Speakers at a roundtable on Wednesday said that the anti-Islamic and distorted history in the textbooks would lead the nation to destruction.
Conspiracy of importing foreign religion into a sovereign and Muslim majority country will never bring any good, they said at the roundtable organized by Ahle Sunnat Wal Jamaat Bangladesh at the National Press Club in the city.
Principal Maulana Abdul Alim Rezvi presided over the roundtable on 'Mistakes in Textbooks: A Review' while Mufti Allama Abul Kashem Muhammad Fazlul Haque, Executive
Secretary General of Ahle Sunnat, presented the key-note paper.
Principal S U M Abdus Samad, General Secretary of Bangladesh Islamic Front, said that the anti-Islamic and distorted history in the textbooks will lead the nation to destruction.
"Religious hatred with distorted history, fictitious images, creation of Ashraful Makhlukat from monkeys and irrelevant topics in the textbooks will mislead the nation extremely," he said.
"Conspiracy of importing foreign religion into an independent and Muslim majority country will never bring any good. Rather, it will turn the country into a broken and ineffective state," he said.
The leaders also placed 8-point demands including removal of the anti-Islamic topics from the textbooks and inclusion of religious leaders in the committees.
Columnist Shaikh Usman Ghani, Presidium Member of Ahle Sunnat Syed Muzaffar Ahmad Mujaddidi, Joint Secretary General Advocate Kazi Muhammad Islam Uddin Dulal, Eminent Lawyer Advocate Helal Uddin, Maulana Muhammad Akhtar Farooq, Freedom Fighter Kazi Abu Zafar Tipu, Engineer Shamsuzzaman Kajal, Advocate Muhammad Iqbal Hasan, Advocate Syed Mukhtar Ahmad Siddiqui and Principal Abu Nasser Musa, among others, spoke on the occasion.

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