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Beijing Law Review, 2016, 7, 1-11                                                                Scientific
Published Online March 2016 in SciRes. http://www.scirp.org/iournal/blr                          Research
http:.dx do.or/10.4236/blr.2016.71001                                                            Publishing

       Importance of Girls' Education as Right: A

       Leal Study from Isla ic A                                      roach

       Mohammad Saiful Islam

       Department of Law, International Islamic University Chittagong, Chittagong, Bangladesh
       Email: lawsaiful@gmail.com

       Received 16 November 2015; accepted 2 January 2016; published 5 January 2016

       Copyright © 2016 by author and Scientific Research Publishing Inc.
       This work is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution International License (CC BY).
       http://creati vecmmons.orglicensesbv/4.O/


       Knowledge gaining and application is a fundamental necessity for all Muslims to qualify them to
       believe according to the ideologies of the religion. Islam ordered acquisition and dissemination of
       knowledge is obligatory (fard) upon its believers, irrespective of gender. The aim of education in
       Islam is to produce a decent human being who is talented of delivering his duties as a servant of
       Allah and His vicegerent (khalifah) on earth. This paper is an effort to examine the concept, goal
       and objectives of education on the view point of Islam. The aim of this article is to present and
       analyze the exact views of Islam regarding girls' education from the ultimate source of Islam.
       These works also try to pick out the common barriers of girls' education in Bangladesh.

       Key ord.

       Education, Al Quran, Knowledge, Girls' Education

       1. Introduct n

       Historically women have been subjected to social injustice and educational dispossession. Before advent of Is-
       lam Arabs has engaged to infanticide the girls' babies and Islam frequently recognize the dignity and rights of
       girls. Education is the prime human rights of human being after ensuring the right to life. Hence Allah firstly in-
       structs the prophet to read and acquire knowledge as a divine guide. Islamic Education is one of the greatest
       schemes of education, which makes a decent presented person with all the potentials. In Islam, pursue knowledge
       is a holy duty. The significance of acquirement and broadcasting education has been highlighted constantly in
       the Qur'an and hadith, which are the decisive source of direction for Muslims. The Prophet (s.m) said, Convey
       from me even an Ayah of the Qur'an. (1-Bukhari, 1987). Girls or women are total half of population of every
       society; avoiding or treating them as less importance does not survive in the Muslim society. Unfortunately by
       the weakness of Muslim with adverse and fallacious propaganda of opposition against Islam, accurate position of

       How to cite this paper: Islam, M. S. (2016). Importance of Girls' Education as Right: A Legal Study from Islamic Approach.
       Beijing Low Review, 7, 1-11. httn://dx.doi org/1O.4236/blr.2016.71001

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