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  • junaidb
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    Re: Secular Education

    Originally posted by ImaanSeeker View Post
    Secular Education is important(esp for males in the west). Many parents put too much emphasis on it today, and in doing so they sacrifice deeni education.

    I think for a young child, they should be raised in a deeni environment(not mixed schools) and learn in an environment that is conducive to proper Islam from a young age. Whether that means being homeschooled or sent to a madrassah, i think they are both great.

    In terms of going to university, I think it is important esp for those who live in the west.
    i disagree on the first point.....they are being homeschooled and going to madresah seperately....their madresah work take preferance over all other work.

    with regards to university....i firmly disagree.....way too much importance has been put on something of which has very lil importance....and of no value??
    how is it that it becomes important....?? please elaborate

    shukran
    Wassalaam
    Last edited by junaidb; 03-08-07, 03:20 PM.

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  • ImaanSeeker
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    Re: Secular Education

    Secular Education is important(esp for males in the west). Many parents put too much emphasis on it today, and in doing so they sacrifice deeni education.

    I think for a young child, they should be raised in a deeni environment(not mixed schools) and learn in an environment that is conducive to proper Islam from a young age. Whether that means being homeschooled or sent to a madrassah, i think they are both great.

    In terms of going to university, I think it is important esp for those who live in the west.

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  • junaidb
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    Re: Secular Education

    Originally posted by Nisaa View Post
    Sorry... Tawts?
    my apologies....thoughts....was using short form...lol

    Originally posted by angel* View Post
    Mmmm iv alwayz been in co-education its never harmed me, i guess it depends on the schools and where u live, it really depends on you both options are kool, i 4 one wuld put my kids in mixed schools.....
    how do u know that it hasnt harmed u???
    it not abt any options for me. im just actually looking to see what you guys opinions are on the subject.....
    my kids will go only so far in school as is required and only via homeschooling....id never risk putting them for a kufaar education, with non-muslim kids....university is a big

    Wassalaam

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  • angel*
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    Mmmm iv alwayz been in co-education its never harmed me, i guess it depends on the schools and where u live, it really depends on you both options are kool, i 4 one wuld put my kids in mixed schools.....

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    Sorry... Tawts?

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  • junaidb
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    Secular Education

    :salams

    just wondering what the tawts are of u people regarding secular education beyond the basic needs of every1.

    over and above lyk junior high school, Varsity, college, etc

    i for 1 am not for it at all as it serves no benefit to a person from an islamic point.....i havnt been beyond high school and have alhamdulillah achieved more than what some ppl with degrees and so forth would.
    i have 3 kids that do home schooling and am 1 dat has always been against the public education system due to the harms.

    Please share your tawts....

    Shukran
    Wassalaam
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