Overseeing all jihad and khilafah content in schools is not the solution to combat radicalism. What is needed is a return to the basic aim of education.
Tight scrutiny over content on jihad and khilafah (the idea of a world Islamic state) in schools show how dark a view the government is holding against radicalism. The strategy does not touch the root of the problem and is yet ineffective in stemming the growth of radicalism among youngsters in schools.
The policy is stated in a circular signed by the Director of Curriculum, Equipment, Institutions and Studentship in Madrasah (Islamic Sc...