Traditional Islamic education in Asia and Africa: a comparative study ofMalaysia’s Pondok, Indonesia’s Pesantren and Nigeria’s traditional madrasah

@inproceedings{Hashim2011TraditionalIE,
  title={Traditional Islamic education in Asia and Africa: a comparative study ofMalaysia’s Pondok, Indonesia’s Pesantren and Nigeria’s traditional madrasah},
  author={Rosnani Hashim and Saheed Ahmad Rufai and Mohd Roslan Mohd Nor},
  year={2011}
}
The Muslim world has witnessed the emergence of several Islamic-based institutes and universities in the last three decades, in keeping with some of the recommendations of World Conferences on Muslim Education. Such a development has greatly improved the quality of higher Islamic education especially with regards to the contribution to Islamic scholarship of some of the graduates of such Islamic institutes and universities. However, the traditional system of Islamic education at the pre… CONTINUE READING

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