Islam has, from its inception, placed a high premium on education and has enjoyed a long and rich intellectual tradition. Knowledge ('ilm) occupies a significant position within Islam. The importance of education is repeatedly emphasized in the Qura’an (Islam’s Holy Book) with frequent statements, such as "God will exalt those of you who believe and those who have knowledge to high degrees" (58:11), "O my Lord! Increase me in knowledge" (20:114), and "As God has taught him, so let him write" (2:282). Such verses provide a powerful motive for the Islamic community to strive for education and learning.
Islamic education is uniquely different from other types of educational theory and practice mainly because of the all-encompassing influence of the Qura’an. The Qura’an serves as a comprehensive blueprint for both the individual and society and as the primary source of knowledge.
From that comes the necessity to study the Qura’an and its sciences such as Tafseer “exegesis”, Tajweed “Art of recitation”, Hifz “memorization”.
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