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INTERNATIONAL INDIAN SCHOOL,JEDDAH
CH-2: UNDERSTANDING SECULARISM
Fill in the blanks:
1. The most important aspect of secularism is it separation of ___________ from _____________ .
2. The tyranny of __________ could result in the discrimination , coercion and persecution of religious minorities.
3. The objectives of Indian secularism are:
a. One religious community does not_________ another.
b. Some members do not dominate other members of the __________ ____________ community.
c. The state does not _________ any particular religion nor take away the religious___________ of individuals.
4. The policies of Indian state to secure the above objective are:
a. The strategy of __________ itself from religion.
b. The strategy of non -___________.
c. The strategy of _____________.
5. In U.S.A most children in government schools have to begin their school day reciting _________________________.
6. In February 2004, ___________ passed a law banning students from wearing any visible religious or political signs or symbols.
7. The knowledge that certain rights exist makes us ___________ to their violations and enables us to take _________ when these violations take place. Tick the correct answer:
8 Laws relating to- equal inheritance right , abolishing of untouchability and sati practice are examples where state had adopted the policy ofa. Intervention b. Non-interference
9. The special feature of Indian secularism compared to secularism of U.S.A is the strategy of
a. Intervention b. Non-interference
10. The _____________ state is not strictly separate from religion but it does maintain a principled distance vis-à-vis religion.
a. Indian b. U.S.A
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