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Communalism is a term used to describe the tendency of people to identify themselves with a particular group or community based on religion, ethnicity, language, or caste. It is a form of identity politics that is often used to create divisions between people and to promote a sense of superiority or exclusivity.
Communalism has been a major source of conflict in many countries around the world. In India, for example, communalism has been a major source of tension between Hindus and Muslims. In Sri Lanka, it has been a major source of conflict between the Sinhalese and Tamils. In the Middle East, it has been a major source of tension between Jews and Arabs.
Communalism is often used to promote a sense of superiority or exclusivity. It can lead to discrimination and violence against those who are seen as different or “other.” It can also lead to a lack of understanding and respect for diversity, as well as a lack of trust between different groups.
In order to combat communalism, it is important to promote understanding and respect for diversity. It is also important to recognize that everyone has the right to their own identity and to be respected for it. Education, dialogue, and cooperation are all important tools for promoting understanding and respect for diversity.