The Truth through Philosophy of Islamic Education

Philosophy of education in Islam as a whole focuses on all aspects of human life such as intellectual, spiritual, emotional, physical and moral. This is consistent with the view of Badiuzzaman Said Nursi which points out that the social illness of Muslim youth today is a disease of low level of Iman. Besides, in Lama’at he said: “Indeed, the ultimate solution to preserve the upright habits of mankind nature from corruption is to educate them with a comprehensive Islamic religious education.” A complete human potential bestowed by Allah the Almighty…

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Bediuzzaman’s Perspective in Educational System

Bediuzzaman’s new perspective in educational system and his university project “Madrasat’uz Zahra” One day, he read a statement of the British Minister of Colonies, Gladstone, in the newspaper which read: “So long as the Muslims have the Qur’an, we shall be unable to dominate them. We must either take it from them, or alienate them from it.” Thereupon, Bediuzzaman clearly understood the dangerous plans that the Islamic World was faced with and said “I shall prove and demonstrate to the world that the Qur’an is a never-fading, inextinguishable Sun!” Thus…

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An Islamic University Project: Madrassat-uz Zahra

A piece of news that Ustad Bediuzzaman read in a newspaper in 1898, when he was a guest in the house the Governor of Province Van, was a milestone in his life. According to the news, in a speech he delivered in the House of Commons, Gladstone, the minister for colonies, held the Quran in his hand and said: “As long as this Quran is kept by the Muslims, we cannot dominate them. We must either take the Quran away from them, or we must alienate them from the Qur’an.”…

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