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Figure 18: Can Islam be an alternative system of social justice?

The above responses indicate an emotional connection with religious identity which in itself is neither good or bad. It is just a reflection of how religion is part of the national narrative in Pakistan and thus engrained in the society. The respondents, nevertheless, could tell the difference between what suited their social standards. For instance, despite associating with religious identity, the bulk was not inclined to become religious scholars which is generally a vocation that the elite do not care to join.

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Red Hot Chilli Peppers Islam – Is the Youth in Elite Universities in Pakistan Radical?  

This is a study, by Ayesha Siddiqa, of the socio-political attitudes amongst youth in elite universities in the three major cities in Pakist...

Red Hot Chilli Peppers Islam – Is the Youth in Elite Universities in Pakistan Radical?  

This is a study, by Ayesha Siddiqa, of the socio-political attitudes amongst youth in elite universities in the three major cities in Pakist...

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