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Phillimon Makwengwe, Gaborone,Botswana - wrote on 10/28/2011 12:40:26 PM
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Comment:At our age and as aspiring muslim recruits can we benefit from mature entry muslim or Islamic education assistance? My friends are muslim.


bintmahmood, north miami beach - wrote on 11/9/2010 7:54:43 AM
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Comment:Assalaamu Alaykum The following lines I find faulty: "I was telling a parent the other day that the only ones, by and large, who will be Muslims after us, are those who went to Muslim schools. He objected and said that the local Sunday school was providing all the Islamic education the kids needed. Well, I visited that Sunday School on numerous occasions and found the children to be more non-Muslim than the non-Muslims!" I would like to comment as follows: As far as the first line goes, ONLY ALLAH KNOWS WHO WILL OR WILL NOT CONTINUE ON HIS PATH. As for the second part, the term SUNDAY SCHOOL should not be used. This is the term the disbeliever uses. It would be appropriate to say MADRASSAH. It is also unacceptable to compare our believing children to non believers.Remember, despite their behavior, which I am in no way condoning, they are still believers, SubhanAllah. Believers who obviously need extra support, but believer nonetheless.


bintmahmood, north miami beach - wrote on 11/9/2010 7:53:00 AM
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Comment:Assalaamu Alaykum The following lines I find faulty: "I was telling a parent the other day that the only ones, by and large, who will be Muslims after us, are those who went to Muslim schools. He objected and said that the local Sunday school was providing all the Islamic education the kids needed. Well, I visited that Sunday School on numerous occasions and found the children to be more non-Muslim than the non-Muslims!" I would like to comment as follows: As far as the first line goes, ONLY ALLAH KNOWS WHO WILL OR WILL NOT CONTINUE ON HIS PATH. As for the second part, the term SUNDAY SCHOOL should not be used. This is the term the disbeliever uses. It would be appropriate to say MADRASSAH. It is also unacceptable to compare our believing children to non believers.Remember, despite their behavior, which I am in no way condoning, they are still believers, SubhanAllah. Believers who obviously need extra support, but believers nonetheless.


bintmahmood, north miami beach - wrote on 11/9/2010 7:52:13 AM
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Comment:Assalaamu Alaykum The following lines I find faulty: "I was telling a parent the other day that the only ones, by and large, who will be Muslims after us, are those who went to Muslim schools. He objected and said that the local Sunday school was providing all the Islamic education the kids needed. Well, I visited that Sunday School on numerous occasions and found the children to be more non-Muslim than the non-Muslims!" I would like to comment as follows: As far as the first line goes, ONLY ALLAH KNOWS WHO WILL OR WILL NOT CONTINUE ON HIS PATH. As for the second part, the term SUNDAY SCHOOL should not be used. This is the term the disbeliever uses. It would be appropriate to say MADRASSAH. It is also unacceptable to compare our believing children to non believers.Remember, despite their behavior, which I am in no way condoning, they are still believers, SubhanAllah. Believers who obviously need extra support, but believers nonetheless.


Amina Assaadi, USVI - wrote on 12/25/2005 9:51:29 AM
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Comment:Unfortunately, so many of the negative points that you don't want to believe are true the author is so accurate about. Also, his conclusion, like mine as a teacher in an Islamic school--we have to save our children by putting them in and supporting islamic schools. May Allah swt reward him for his honesty and insight and may Allah swt open parents eyes to the need to invest more financially in their children's Islamic education versus the material items of this dunya.


ibroheem, Nigeria - wrote on 12/21/2005 11:40:26 AM
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Comment:Aliamdulilah people like u were still in exitence 4 d upliftment of islam.And 2 act as nur 4 d muslims in d world at large.I pray by dis medium may almighty allah assist u all in dis fold [soundvision]Mashallah.U did ur best,now left 2 d muslims out dere 2 see 2 dis and make use of dis light uve shed.Massallm.


Yusra, Illinois - USA - wrote on 11/25/2004 1:23:13 AM
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Comment:MashAllah, that was a very enlightening and true article. As someone else pointed out as well, it is also very important to instill a strong set of values that Islam teaches in children in our own households. InshAllah I hope more people read this great article and be aware of these problems so that Islamic schools can serve their purposes as also outlined in this article.


Sarah, Canada - wrote on 6/9/2004 6:32:55 PM
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Comment:I am a student at a Muslim school and I find the same problems. My parents also sent me to the school to be "fixed". Although they were semi-practicing muslims I was "more non-muslim thn the non-muslims". This school has taught me more than any school I've been to. Although the curriculum isn't great, the morals and lessons I've been taught are outstanding. I have decided to leave this school for the coming year but I refuse to go to any school but a Muslim school. I have started praying, reading qu'ran and abstaining from that which is haraam but I still don't trust myself to be out in a public or even co-ed private school. My parents and I would like to donate money and resources so that our muslim school has more qualified teachers so that not only will our school get us into jannah, it'll get us into college too!


Anon Canadian, All over - wrote on 9/20/2003 4:22:22 PM
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Comment:I have been a Principal in both Public & Islamic Schools. All the schools but one have been very 'successful' The reasons for the failure of the one is basically as outlined by the B.C. Sheikh Ali (above). I suspect we are talking about the same school. Below minimum wages & and control freaks chool boards who don't know beans about Ed. despite their so called Ph.D's ec.


Azizah, Alabama - wrote on 8/19/2003 3:18:13 PM
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Comment:Islamic school begins at home.The parents are the best teachers if they practice it.This is the price of modernization,that is why the teaching of islam values must be taught so at least someone must carry on.Alhamdulilah.


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