Islamic Education Conference#2; Quotes from the seminar

"We need a paradigm shift," as Ashfaque Chowdhury, Chairman of the Association of Muslim Schools, said in his  introduction and indeed what we have outlined in the previous post is a very tall order. In the following posts I want to look at the aims of Islamic education in the UK as outlined by speakers and delegates and  share some related paragraphs from... Continue Reading →

Islamic Education Conference #1; The Holy Trinity of Muslim Education

Given the political, social and economic impact of education of British Muslim youth, yesterday's Islamic Education Conference was suitably located at the high end QEII Conference Centre across from Parliament and featured the Chairman of Conservative Muslim Forum Lord Sheikh of Cornhill in the City of London, Shadow Education Minister Rushanara Ali, as well as a wide range of... Continue Reading →

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