(Borchgrevink, 2011).After independence, madrasa institution further developed and they started to organize themselves in Madrasa Boards (Wafaqs) to register and accredit madrasas of their relevant sect
, devise curriculum, conduct examination and issue certificates.
Elders of both the sects
have been holding meetings to maintain peace and harmony,"Circle Officer Mahesh Singh said.
"Common grounds" constitute the very reference for peaceful coexistence of diverse religions or the sects
or groups that are considered "heterodoxies." As Islam -- which is capable of acting like a big umbrella extending over all religions, sects
and groups -- is not taken as reference, but used as an instrument for political and military strategies, Muslims cannot benefit from it properly.
Although members of the Baha'i sect
have admitted to their crimes in various cases, the West, specially the United States, claims that Iran has violated their human rights due to its attempts to stop the illegal activities of the cult.
However, Al Wefaq's claim will further push sects
to opposing poles and threatens to ignite sectarian strife.
A morality tale on the compatibility of religious belief and secularism, "Sect
19" has some craft about it as well.
However, it recently evolved to brandishing daggers that will actually hit the Sunni sect
first if those heirs are allowed to proceed with their transgressions.
However, it's his association with Orange Juice and Fire Engines which defined the Subway Sect
as purveyors of abrasive, catchy melodic punk pop.
emerged from the 100 Club punk scene of 1976 alongside contemporaries The Clash and Sex Pistols.
"A country like Lebanon will not survive if one sect
tried to crush another sect
A similar attack on a police station heralded a violent uprising by the radical Boko Haram sect
in July 2009.
ST leader Mobin Qadri told Daily Times that all persons nominated in the FIRs, belonged to the Deoband sect
and were affiliated with the banned outfit SSP.