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Islamic Education Pt 8: Differences between the Liberal and Islamic Education

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This aim of this article is to explore the debate between the two philosophies of education: liberal/secular and Islamic, as set out in this series by discussing their criticisms of each other.

Islamic Education Pt 7: Method of Educating the Nafs (Self)

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It can be seen that the discussion so far that Islamic education clearly includes the education of the ‘nafs’ which lexically means, soul, the psyche, ego, self, essence, heart or mind.  Liberal

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Aslom Ullah 15 Min Read

Introduction UCAS. The word alone reminds many of us of the numerous drafts of Personal Statements, and of the very challenging University interviews we undertook. In the second year of a student’s

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The benefit of acquiring a good education is something children clearly stand to gain the most from. Given that 34% of British Muslims are aged under sixteen, as compared to 20% as

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Aslom Ullah 16 Min Read

Introduction Quite a few years ago, the Training and Development Agency (TDA) launched a campaign to recruit new teachers into the profession with the slogan, ‘those who can, teach’. Teaching pedagogy confirms

Islamic Education Pt 6: Aims and objectives of Islamic Education

Faisal Siddique 7 Min Read

This is the sixth article in the Islamic Education Series.Click here to read part five. The First World Conference on Muslim education was organised by King Abdullah Abdulaziz University, Saudi Arabia in 1977