Sorotan literatur terhadap cabaran pendidikan Islam anak-anak mualaf di Malaysia

al-Irsyad: Journal of Islamic and Contemporary Issues

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Title Sorotan literatur terhadap cabaran pendidikan Islam anak-anak mualaf di Malaysia
 
Creator Fakhruddin, Asma
Awang, Azarudin
 
Description Islamic religious education is a very important element in building a Muslim community that has a strong and intact identity. Islamic knowledge covers faith, worship, sharia and morals. These are among the important components that every individual should learn, especially those called Muslims. The development of Islamic da'wah in Malaysia resulted to individuals from different races and religions converting to Islam. Those converted to Islam is known as 'converts'. They need help in terms of Islamic education to ensure them becoming a true Muslim. The inability of the converted parents to understand, practice and reflect on their religious practices affected their children’s Islamic education. Therefore, this study will identify the challenges faced by convert’s children in Malaysia in empowering their religious education. This study used elimination studies via researching on writings and documents related to converts. Highlights of past studies showed that the challenges faced by convert’s children in obtaining Islamic education are religious challenges, parental challenges that are lacking in religion and illiterate, financial challenges and family background challenges. This study recommended that convert’s children should be given particular emphasis on Islamic education by the agencies involved in strengthening their identity since young to avoid any form of negative influences that will inhibit their religious values.
Islamic religious education is a very important element in building a Muslim community that has a strong, formidable sense of integrity. Islamic knowledge covers faith, acts of worship, sharia and moral. These are among the important components that every individual, especially those called Muslims, should learn. The development of Islamic da'wah in Malaysia results in individuals from different races and religions converting to Islam. This new group known as 'converts' needs assistance in aspects of Islamic education to ensure that they can become a true Muslim. The weakness of these converts in understanding, practising and reflecting on their religious practices poses a great challenge to the converts’ children’s religious education. Therefore, this study will identify the challenges faced by converts’ children in Malaysia in empowering their religious education. This study uses the library study method through close reference to the writings and documents on converts. The review of past studies shows that the challenges faced by the children of converts in obtaining Islamic education are religious challenges, challenges brought by parents who lack the basics of religion and who are illiterate, financial challenges and challenges involving family backgrounds. This study recommends that converts’ children are given a particular emphasis on Islamic education by the agencies involved to strengthen their integrity from young, to avoid any forms of negative influence that will inhibit their religious values.
 
Publisher FPPI Press
 
Date 2020-12-22
 
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion
Peer-reviewed Article
 
Format application/pdf
 
Identifier http://al-irsyad.kuis.edu.my/index.php/alirsyad/article/view/149
 
Source al-Irsyad: Journal of Islamic and Contemporary Issues; Vol 5 No 2 (2020): al-Irsyad: Journal of Islamic and Contemporary Issues; 444-455
2550-1992
0128-116X
 
Language eng
 
Relation http://al-irsyad.kuis.edu.my/index.php/alirsyad/article/view/149/76
 
Rights Copyright (c) 2020 al-Irsyad: Journal of Islamic and Contemporary Issues
http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/4.0
 

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