Channel: Mufti Menk
Series: Mufti Menk - Revival Series
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attending a conference
at the conference,
association of Muslims, the first national conference on Islamic studies
the exchanging notes, Islamic Studies in high
school and Muslim school is made up of too much of the Muslim
ban, but is actually selling
the fact that it is a Muslim school. So
how to improve the Islamic section of it and how to integrate it
broken away for this particular program, inshallah.
in the context of the conference,
different parties that we speak to, that I've spoken about,
starting from the administration, the management,
the founders of the school, and so on,
and laid the foundations and the need to have had rules and regulations that
we're trying to achieve, can be the parents who are setting their children to these particular schools, we
need to answer the question why
children to a Muslim school
choice, you know, why would they do that, and
they are on the same boat.
teachers who need to
to know, schools.
People send their children to these schools, and if people wanted only the secular
schools to send the children to, but if people realize that
Muslim teachers because of the shortage of teachers realize that
reason why the schools in effect, this is for the Muslim, when they should be governed by certain rules and regulations, they should attend to challenges in this specific manner. And then you have the
parents and other teachers,
as well, they also need to be on the same boat. And if you have
a lot of success and difficulties and the challenges are such that we're not some people another direction. Sometimes the founders of the school, or should I say the management seems to
establishment of the school have actually fought, and therefore we compromise a little bit of what we're not supposed to be compromising. Because of that, you know, sometimes we have parents who send their children to Muslim schools initially. But once you send your child to a Muslim school, you don't have to worry about the Islam, that your child will come up to person and so on.
We need to know that as a Muslim, you also need to be exemplary, you also need to be on time, you also need to move your life in order to show the child that you have had. This is our primary life when people send their children to Muslim schools that are not a Muslim.
So what happened was
the chance to come out and witness and
to be on board and everybody needs to
know discussing the challenges facing the teachers and principals to be the principal patient as well and facing the school itself. Personally and
I've already pre prescribed and I think they have agreed
soon, but to be able
to possibly even have
the parents who are sending their children to the school as to what is expected of them. But typically, if you're going to a private school as a non Muslim school, and your child has been banned or suspended, we will go
At some point
when it comes to a Muslim school and your child has been round,
up and burned,
on the ground, to hide away from it, and to shy away from it. For this reason, we find
the discipline, sometimes it's found one thing on these Muslim schools,
has a parent who is possibly heard and the teacher
and everyone has
come to a Muslim school,
or private school, you won't even look at
a piece of rubber to hold the socket.
And this is the type of attitude, if you look at the private schools,
a lot of them are giving importance to academics. Today, I think a lot of the private schools, the elite schools have a preference for sports than anything else. So the time the changes, we don't want that to happen to the Muslim schools.
And no preference to secondary education
is extremely important. undermining the
cost of identity,
not at the cost of your Islamic values and morals, not at the cost of your
entire religion. And this is the reason why this whole concept came alive these scores came about because it was a concern about our children going out and studying in schools were being compromised.
Some people believe that a Muslim school is that
you start off in the middle, and you end up with a bra. And you know, you probably
have a scarf on your head and maybe even
you'd like to call it that is not only what makes a Muslim school, the dress code should be correct, agreed, without any doubt that it
should be an Islamic identity
child to misconstrue and picking them up with music playing
around in the vehicle and so on,
and so forth something from the school.
And the parents are so responsible that they don't understand.
Central African time, of course, we're talking about the Muslim schools,
you as a parent
in the context
of the continent,
Africa and in other countries,
those who have achieved those
Muslim schools and so on.
That is our results and our discipline and so on. A lot of people burn the school to discipline and let's go let's go to the root of it, you know, troubled by some of the things that are happening.
People were not looking at the root of it and what caused it and can solve it.
At the root treatment plan, you don't just do the cost because you know, you need to solve the crisis on the bottom so that it doesn't ever again and so on.
And if we are going to go back to the root of the problem and we're going to solve the root of the problem inshallah, we will be able to develop discipline and have an attitude and
not be compromised on top of
We are over and above that the discipline must be compromised.
Sometimes, in the Muslim school, people are not so serious.
Sometimes, sometimes the teachers might not be so serious, you know, people come in and go and so on. So we need to
make it so
that you can actually be consumed and taken by the child, and the parent wants to be on the board. Definitely, definitely room for improvement. But to be honest, a lot of the schools are doing
really well. And
I would prefer to have a child who has
students, our students will notice they're the subject or two and repeated mochica maybe the second time around.
To them conduct is
meant to have a child who's passed with flying colors in their character
which means it is a bad thing
having a child with
17 day pregnant
we need to face reality, and we need to find solutions, we need to instill responsibility within the children that will not happen if the parents are not responsible. So this is something that we inshallah
the conference of
Mashallah people are taking seriously
and so on. A lot of people
in preparation, and the the subject matter is powerful.
And presentations are second to none.
Leaders on the globe.
And we have done a lot
goes to show how successful
association of Muslim schools
witness success at this conference
about the Association of missing schools, and we'll conference first one actually what's taking place