Minority students: ‘Ethics not a substitute for religious studies’

Source: ET

LAHORE: “Discrimination begins from the point when children are offered [to study] ethics [rather than compulsory Islamic studies] instead of a subject that relates to their faiths,” Peter Jacob, the National Commission for Justice and Peace (NCJP) executive director, says.


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