We are India can really see the rise of communal political factors within the countries of people. Religious motivations can be extremely dangerous and can result in bloodshed that it is important to bear in mind. Political careerists will go to any length to endanger civilian lives. They are usually people will rationally and consciously just does not think twice before indulging in poisonous activities like spewing hatred against a particular community, race, nationality, religion in this time, which is why they will not get carried away . This is a difficult but well meaning must be achieved through hard work and perseverance on the part of individuals. Tackle sectarianism following are the top 10 ways.
1. Use the simplest humanistic logic
Not a Christian, a Buddhist, despite their differences, Hindu, is a community of Muslims, Sikhs or it or not, we are all flesh and blood. This is a very powerful statement and people will be able to relate to it without much difficulty. Most people will not believe in the vision of a non-violent, peaceful resolution of conflicts, because when it comes to humanity, should appeal to all. Only involved in a deep conversation information to the person we really are so integrated that we provide can be sure.
2. Ask people to be rational
History is a very common strategy falsification communal elements. If we look at some of the major ethnic or regional conflicts today, in most cases, it is always in place, you will find that boil over any sense of identity and belonging contestation. Babri Masjid was destroyed in a very controversial manner and the whole world watched in shock. India is proud to call itself the largest democracy and yet it can not protect the rights of religious minorities. Moreover, always on the objective, to read a physical angle. Getting all emotional about it will not help.
3. Countering the “I was here before” type of logic
This type of reasoning leads us nowhere. A good example would be the conflict between Israel and Palestine. Or tug of war over Kashmir. The people of Kashmir did not really as to what they want. Instead, India and Pakistan to establish their domination over this piece of the earth. On the way to the very complex, but a point will be enough – it makes no sense that it was a “real people” who claim to. We had to go back in time and live there different community can find!
4. Being sympathetic
If you encounter a person who has a communal mindset when, immediately think that they should be sensitive to the person about the situation facing the group are the enemy. Some may be able to empathize based on their own experiences.
5. Understanding social complexity in its totality
It would be rather silly to think that maintaining law and order by using coercion and force can actually help prevent riots. The places where various communities live together should be visited by peace loving people and interactions should be encouraged and initiated. The children can become great mascots of peace. They have a natural innocence which can capture the heart of most. Showing documentaries of previous riots and the wanton destruction of property and invaluable human lives can also help in a big way.
6. Building solidarity at various levels of society
Are intertwined and mutually dependent communities. It must be well networks and channels. For example, people should be encouraged to explore his other identity than a religious. This is a national or even a very small one, so could be a professional group or even as a school. These groups engage with each other on a general level, will see that they are not much different.
7. Fighting prejudices daily
Unfortunately, we are brought up in a society that does not know how to celebrate diversity. This is why we shudder at the prospect of having to share space with the “other”. This mindset has to change as well. However, the person’s mind needs to be receptive enough as well. Asking people to be calm and just looking through the prism of humanism can be very effective.
8. Fostering a secular culture
There are many religious festivities. Firstly, any person of any community can be asked to enjoy any religious festivity. This will break the ice. Secondly, there should be efforts to encourage alternative forms of cultural festivities which are not related to religion. Posters, paintings, songs, street plays can help build the bridge.
9. Learning from the past
History teaches us to be patient and observant. We must not let knee jerk reactions predominate. For instance in India, there was and indeed still is a huge uproar, with ideologically divided camps, over whether there should be a temple at what is referred to as Ram Janmabhoomi by some Hinduism adherents, at Ayodhya or a Mosque. Experience clearly shows that patient negotiation alone can solve the problem.
10. Envisioning a better society
Most importantly, it is necessary to build a vision for an alternative society, free from such hatred. True democracy will mean accepting the rich cultural, ethnic, sexual and various other forms of diversity in which we live. Embracing the “other” should be the theme of this better society. One should try to find out ways of achieving such an existence to truly make our living more meaningful.