In a short paragraph or two, post on this module’s discussion board a response to this prompt: What is the risk of a nuclear war today and what sorts of things should the US do to mitigate that risk?
was in the year 1897 that a serious agitation started in Aligarh during the Greco-Turkish war against the British Government for helping the Greeks against Turks. At that time Sir Syed Ahmed Khan was obliged to issue a statement to the press informing to British Government that the sympathy of young Muslims for the Turks because of their religious affinity. At the same time latterly Nawab Mohsin-ul-Mulk who succeeded Sir Syed Ahmed Khan in his office to have a meeting and discussed the situation on the occasion of the British plan grab Aqba, which was restricted by the Sultan Ahmed Khan. He had to pacify the Muslims students of Aligarh by a similar statement. When the Tripoli was attacked by the Italians in 1911 with the connivance of British Government, the agitation of Muslim students was great and they held their meetings in the Mosques to express their resentment against the British Government in a violent language. As a token of their love for the Turkish cause they decided they decided to forego their meat dishes and sent the saving thus made to the Red Crescent. (Ahmad, 2005) During the Russo-Turkish war of 1877 Muslims showed a good gesture; during the observation of the prayers in the mosques of Calcutta funds were accumulated for the injured soldiers of Turkish troops. All succeeding events and movements in Turkey got the same positive response in India. During the War of Balkan Indian Muslims sent a medical commission under the supervision of Dr. M.A. Ansari to their Turkish brethren. (Burk, 1973). In 1905 a controversy were rose over the attitude of the Muslims could adopt in case hostility broke out between England and Turkey. One school of thought held that >GET ANSWER