Theory of Islamic Education Vith and VII Hijri Centuries

Salamatun Raudhah, Khadimatul Quran


This paper reviews the theory of Education in the VI and VII Hijri centuries. This study aims to describe the historical setting, goals, and one of the figures, namely Ibn Taymiyah, as well as the stagnation of education in that century. The research method used in this study is Qualitative Research in the form of Manuscript Study, The findings are in the form of Ibn Taymiyyah's thoughts and the renewal of educational thinking (661 H - 728 H) Ahmed bin Abd al-Halim bin Taymiyyah was born in Harran, grew up in Damascus, and lived in Egypt and the Levant His thought was to carry out the mission of purifying the creed which is often claimed to be the survivor (firqah najiyah) as the Prophet's message about the birth of various groups in Islam. At that time (6th and 8th centuries AH), when Ibn Taymiyyah appeared on the tumultuous stage of Muslim history, Muslims in the East (Baghdad) were under the control of the Mongol army, some of whose soldiers converted to Islam and were influential in the life of the Muslim population at that time, but more formalities for political purposes.

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