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Intellectualism in Higher Islamic Traditional Studies
American Journal of Islam and Society
The number of faculties and universities offering Islamic traditional sciences or studies has slowly increased over the past decades. However, the Islamic community has not felt their graduates' impact other than as teachers or religious personnel. In fact, if the criteria used to assess Islamic education is the growth of a genuine, original, and adequate Islamic thought or intellectualism, then most of these institutions have failed to provide such an education. I examine the goals anddoi:10.35632/ajis.v24i3.426 fatcat:a6p344levnchxldsj5kk3mafye