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Besides learning modern sciences, equip yourself with Islamic education

Speaking at a gathering of religious scholars, elders and youths, in the country’s northern province of Samangan, the Acting Minister of Higher Education said that in addition to learning modern sciences, equip yourself with Islamic education and faith, because without learning religious sciences we cannot develop and serve to our people and country. Islamic education emphasizes the importance of knowledge, learning, and the pursuit of wisdom. It views education as a means of developing individuals who can contribute to their society and make positive changes in the world, and as a Muslim na tion, there should be further focus on learning religious education. It has been proved that Islamic education is an essential aspect of Islamic civilization, and it has played a significant role in shaping modern theories of education. The Islamic tradition emphasizes the importance of acquiring knowledge, and it is considered a religious obligation for all Muslims. This emphasis on knowledge has led to the development of a rich tradition of Islamic scholarship, which has contributed to various fields of knowledge, including philosophy, science, and mathematics. Modern theories of education have been influenced by Islamic education in several ways. For example, Islamic education emphasizes the importance of teaching students in a holistic manner, addressing their spiritual, intellectual, and emotional needs. This approach is similar to the modern idea of educating the whole person, which recognizes the interconnectedness of various aspects of human development. Overall, Islamic education has contributed significantly to the development of modern theories of education, and it continues to be an important source of inspiration for educators around the world. As we know Muslim countries have a rich history of intellectual traditions and educational institutions, which have evolved over the course of 1400 years. Like every other intellectual tradition, educational traditions and institutions in the Muslim countries have also been subject to change and a fluctuating trend of emergence and development, and regression and decline. Although there is an increasing interest in Islam in general and in Muslim education in particular, there is still a significant shortage of academic and analytical historical research on Muslim educational traditions and institutions. Mohammad Nabi Naibi

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The Kabul times, Afghanistan Trustable News Agency.