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Ali Riaz responds to these questions through an in-depth examination of the madraassahs in Pakistan, Bangladesh, and India. In Faithful Education , he examines these institutions and their roles in relation to current international politics. Get A Copy.
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Most scho- lars, including Riaz, fail to distinguish between full-time and part-time enroll- ments. This is a huge flaw as madrassahs are not substitutes for other kinds of education but rather are complements to the same. To misunderstand this is to misunderstand the education market fundamentally. Second, Riaz focuses upon the absolute numbers of madrassahs and enroll- ments.
However, there are more wealthy children in madrassahs than in public schools Poverty cannot explain these household choices. Unfortunately, many of these flawed questions, assumptions and data analysis persist across the chapters on India and Bangladesh as well. In his chapter on Bangladesh, Riaz reaches his stride. It is evident that this is where Riaz is empirically most at home as this chapter is the most granular in its analysis. Riaz carefully tweezes the connections between madrassahs and dom- estic and international Islamist militants.
In the fifth chapter on India, Riaz attempts to provide some concept of how madrassah education is structured across India but the results tantalize rather than satisfy owing to the diversity of India. As with Bangladesh and Pakistan, there has been speculation that madrassahs may be tied to terrorism.
This discus- sion tends to hinge upon political atmospherics rather than data and will likely remain so. In Chapters 6 and 7, Riaz retrospectively and prospectively assesses madras- sah reform.