The Mosque Based Islamic Education In Guangzhou China
Keywords:Islamic education, Mosque, Guangzhou
This writing constitutes a research outcome regarding the Mosque based Islamic education in Guangzhou, China that aims at finding out the form of the mosque based Islamic education in relation to the implementation, student, teacher, material, means and facilities and financing. This research adopts an explorative qualitative approach with data collection through interview, site observation and documentation study. Through an observation against four mosques in Guangzhou, it is found a mosque role in the Islamic religion education. The Islamic religion education is conducted by its management and congregation of the mosque. The learning place is conducted in a building separated from the mosque although some of them conducts the learning process at their mosque. A material is regarding the Islamic basic teaching and Arabic language. The teacher comes from the management of the mosque itself who is Leader (Ahong). The students come from youth, teenagers and adult ore even elderly.
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