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Kairouan Capital of Political Power and Learning in the Ifriqiya
The following article presents a survey on some glorious pages of the history of Kairouan, the ancient capital of the Islamic Ifriqiya (present day Tunisia). Founded in 670 by ‘Uqba ibn Nafi', the...
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Muslim Heritage and Education
This is the text of a presentation made to The Education and Culture Committee of the EU Parliament in Brussels on the 5th November 2008.
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General Organisation of Education and Teaching Methods in Islamic Civilisation
Organised learning had been a feature of Islamic Civilisation since the beginning. The Prophet Muhammad would organise the education of a committed group who over time became the people of knowledge...
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Madrasas of the Ottoman Empire
Ottoman Madrasas, were generally the continuation of traditional Islamic Madrasas, but they created their own...
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The Development and Decline of Ottoman Madrasas
The development of madrasas was greatly influenced by the impact of a strengthened central state authority...
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Curricula in Ottoman Madrasas
It is possible to provide a basic (though only partial) outline of what was taught at Ottoman madrasas....
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Figure 1: A painting of one of the Ottoman Chief Physicians
Science and Institutions within Ottoman Administration
The Ottomans conserved the fundamental features of Islamic civilisation in their scientific institutions as...
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The University of Sankore, Timbuktu
Sankore's achievement in higher education is important to Islamic Civilisation even though it is less known...
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Al-Qayrawan Mosque
The Qayrawan Mosque contributed a great deal to the development of architecture in the Muslim world. With its...
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