You are participating in a debate where you have to provide reasons to support the following statement Muslims are a marginalised community Using the data provided in this chapter list two reasons that you would give CBSE class 8 civics

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You are participating in a debate where you have to provide reasons to support the following statement: Muslims are a marginalised community. Using the data provided in this chapter, list two reasons that you would give. - CBSE class 8 civics

You are participating in a debate where you have to provide reasons to support the following statement: Muslims are a marginalised community. Using the data provided in this chapter, list two reasons that you would give. 


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Muslims are considered as a minority community because

  • A range of social, economic and educational factors indicates that the situation of the Muslim community is comparable to that of other marginalised communities such as Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes.
  • Muslim customs and practices are sometimes quite distinct from what is seen as mainstream. For example, some Muslims may wear a burqa, sport a long beard or wear a fez.

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