Category Archives: Islamic education

PEACETALK: Making Modern Madrasah Work: The Islamic Academy at Sultan Kudarat, Maguindanao Michael O. Mastura

The Sultan Muhammad Dipatuan Kudarat legacy foundation madrasah is a nonsectarian, privately governed Islamic academy with collegiate status. Sultan Kudarat Islamic Academy (SKIA) hosts an accredited four-year degree granting commuter campus located in Sultan Kudarat municipality, [[1]] Maguindanao province, [[2]] Philippines. Formally incorporated as Sultan Muhammad Dipatuan Kudarat Islamic Academy Foundation, Inc., the updated registration […]

Indonesian foreign minister to grace launch of Islamic education cooperation program in Davao

DAVAO CITY (MindaNews / 2 January) – Indonesian Foreign Affairs Minister Retno Marsudi will visit Davao City on Wednesday to launch the Islamic education cooperation program with the Philippines and to confer passports to Indonesians living in Mindanao. Marsudi will lead the launch of Indonesian-Philippines Islamic Education Cooperation, along with her Philippine counterpart, Foreign Affairs […]

Mainstreaming Islamic finance in the public educational system

Attending the Islamic conference on the invitation of Peace and Equity Fund and Al-Qalam Institute for Muslim identities, Ateneo de Davao University. Central to the conference, entitled “Islamic Financing in the Philippines : a step towards the first seven years”. The conference invited conventional and Islamic microfinance practitioners, Ulama, Academe as well as public intellectuals […]

Going against Radicalization and Extremism

If we were to consider on both a positive evaluation and critique to the strategies that would deter extremist violence are to be effective, we must take a serious look at some of their strengths and weaknesses. Although the voices of Osama bin Laden and Ayman al-Zawahiri have faded due to renewed vigilance of both […]

Should Islamic Pluralism be used as a basis for Educational Philosophy?

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A question for Muslim Educators

by Yusuf Roque Morales School Administrator Asian Academy of Business and Computers