“Accept not deed without knowledge, and there is not knowledge except with action. So, whoever knows, his knowledge leads him to action, and whoever acts not has no knowledge.”
The ascend of Muslims to the peak of civilization in an era of four decades was based on the emphasis that Islam laid on education and knowledge. When one goes through the sacred book of Muslims, that is the Quran, as well as the life and the traditions that were laid by the last Prophet of Islam namely Muhammad, we find multiple references to learning, education, observation, as well as the use of thinking and reason.
Islam deems it necessary for every single man and woman to acquire knowledge. When one goes through the sacred book of Muslims, which is the Quran, we find out that there are several verses in the book which make it necessary for the followers of Islam to attain education at any cost. In a verse of the Quran, Allah (God) says, “Are those equal, those who know and those who do not know?” and another verse reveals, “Allah grants wisdom to whom He pleases and to whom wisdom is granted indeed he receives an overflowing benefit.” (The Importance of Education in Islam, p.1).
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