In Islam, education is not limited to academic knowledge, but encompasses the holistic development of an individual, including intellectual, spiritual, moral, and ethical dimensions. Islamic education aims to cultivate individuals who have a deep understanding of their faith, possess moral values, and actively contribute to society. The Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) emphasized the importance of seeking knowledge and proclaimed that "seeking knowledge is obligatory upon every Muslim." (Sahih Ibn Majah) Islamic education promotes the acquisition of knowledge in various fields, while ensuring that it aligns with the principles and teachings of Islam. It emphasizes the integration of knowledge with ethical values, fostering critical thinking, compassion, and social responsibility. Islamic education also encourages lifelong learning, promoting personal growth and the continuous pursuit of knowledge for the benefit of oneself and society.


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