Mohd Abbas Abdul Razak

Mohd Abbas Abdul Razak

Wednesday, 04 November 2015 16:00

‘Free’ children from the cyberworld

Childhood is a stage where children express ideas, are curious, have fantasies and engage in exciting activities. As they pass through this stage once in a lifetime, parents, teachers and society should provide an environment that is conducive for children to learn all that is good and morally acceptable, and to avoid the unpleasant. During this period, too, children learn an enormous amount of new things through parental guidance, role-modelling, books and play, and by exploring the environment. Adequate attention and proper guidance by ............. Download the full article in pdf attachment (below)

 

DURING the Golden Age of Islam (750-1258), Muslims were in the forefront in conquering knowledge through scientific research, exploration and expeditions. In their pursuit of mastering new knowledge and technology, Muslims were prepared and open to the idea of learning all that is positive from the earlier civilisations. As such, they borrowed ideas from the Indians, Persians and Greeks as a way of enriching their own civilisation. Adopt, adapt and assimilate or integrate was the approach used by early Muslim scholars in taking knowledge from those outside............ Download the full article in pdf attachment (below)