Pak’s Punjab makes Qur’an learning mandatory for children

The Punjab Assembly in Pakistan on Friday passed a bill making it mandatory for children from grade 1 to 5 to recite the Holy Qur’an in schools across the province, and for those in grade 6 and above to read it along with a translation, reports said.

The move “will be a source of the establishment of a society based on the teachings of Islam,” the bill reads.

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