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Misuse of Afghan children in Pak seminaries concerning

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Misuse of Afghan children in Pak seminaries concerning
 Thousands of Pakistan based Afghan children are reportedly being misused in the neighboring countries seminaries, where mostly join armed militants to insecure the country.
In Pakistan, Daiubandi schools of thought are often used by religious hardliners against democratic systems, with Afghanistan, the most vulnerable country in the neighborhood.
The country’s CE, chairing a cabinet meeting discussing problems relating to the security and salaries of the officers and the situation of madrasas - religious schools stressed the opening of religious schools to help stop Afghan children from seeking religious education in Pakistan.
The discussion comes after police in Ghazni reportedly rescued 25 children from being taken to Pakistan for religious education during which, they are brainwashed and trained terroristic thoughts.
As the meeting discussed the opening of religious schools inside Afghanistan would help Afghan youth no longer needed to travel to Pakistan for Islamic education, but the curriculum should be provided by the country’s ministry of education, under the Ulama council of Afghanistan and the government direct supervision. 
This is a good step by the government to have set a commission led by the education minister with members from the ministries of finance, higher education, justice and representatives from National Ulama Council, the National Directorate of Security and prayer leaders to address the problem.
Religious schools have long history in the Muslim country of Afghanistan and no option to end extremism and separate it from a real Islamic teachings unless to build official religious schools inside the country.
Thousands of Islamic schools’ students graduate annually in Afghanistan, but few has official graduation, with no government attention, while there are many of them teaching extremism and terrorism trends.
The country’s national directorate for security in full cooperation and coordination with the related organs should launch a comprehensive investigation throughout the religious schools and identify those with malicious aims and those honestly Islamic teachings.
In this field, the ulama council of Afghanistan, prayers of mosques shouldn’t remain impartial as this is its main obligation to help the system distinguish between the foe and friend of the country and the holy Islam, through launching an inclusive judgment.
The families of the children intending to leave for Islamic education outside the country, should be consulted and spoken about the harms the country’s offspring are facing in the future, if they remained incompetent about them.
Since Islam is a religion of real human-being, so there is a need for the entire Muslim Afghans to cooperate with the government of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan to curb any violence and foil any malicious plots programed against the legal system and help the country’s offspring grow from inside their homeland rather to be deceived and used against their country and nation.
 

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