السلفية الحقيقية Muslim Group

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Created on: 5th November 2019
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السلفي
6 months ago
Registration dates in Saudi universities

Umm Al - Qura University - Foreign Grants for Non - Saudis
Makkah
now open

King Abdulaziz University - Foreign Grants for Non - Saudis
Grandmother
now open

Islamic University - Foreign Grants for Non - Saudis
Medina
now open

Islamic University (e-learning program for non-Saudis) with tuition fees
Medina
now open

https://sajjel.me/
السلفي
6 months ago
Application For Al-Khalifa University

Documents Checklist
To complete the Online Application you need a scanned copy (Max File Size 1 MB for each) of the followings:
1.Application fee (500 SAR) receipt voucher - none refundable
2.High school Graduation Certificate and Transcript (Report Card) stamped by Ministry of Education
3.Tahseely score record
if available
4.Qudurat score record
if available
5.TOEFL score record or IELTS score record (the University offers the OOPT exam for those who did not take the TOEFL or IELTS)
6.SAT I & SAT II scores records or any other standardized test(s) score(s)
7.Passport
8.Colored photo 4*6 size
9.Official transcript of previous college / University (if you finished 1 semester or more)
10.Medical Insurance Card (Non-Saudi Students must provide medical insurance)
11.Any additional documents to support the application
Students coming from outside the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
Alfaisal University welcomes international students from outside the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

If you are applying to Alfaisal University and you currently do not reside in the Kingdom, you must meet the following requirements for the University to issue your Student Visa:
1.Your application for admission must be submitted before July 26th.
2.Your Certificates & Transcripts must be certified by the Saudi Embassy in the country of your study.
3.Your Certificates & Transcripts must be evaluated & certified by the Saudi Ministry of Education.
4.You must provide an authenticated copy of your (or your guardian) Bank Statement of the last six months showing a balance covering the first year's tuition fees or a Financial Guarantee from a recocognized body (150.000 SAR or 40.000 $) .
5.International students must not have exceeded two years of Graduation from High School.
6.You must deposit into the University account a total of 100,000 SR ($26,700) after receiving the acceptance letter in order for the University to issue you a student visa ( if your visa application was rejected by the Saudi embassy, the deposit will be refunded), the money will be credited toward your first year tuition fees.
* Please note that the University does not guarantee the issuance of your Student Visa but will help facilitate the process of its issuance.

View Admissions Criteria 
Step 1- Admission Pre-requisites
1.Pay (non-refundable) 500 SAR (Excluded 5% VAT) as admissions fee and prepare electronic/scanned receipt:
Bank Details
Saudi British Bank (SABB)
Alfaisal University
Account Number: 154 000 111 002
IBAN Number: SA39 4500 0000 1540 0011 1002
2.Prepare a scanned copy for all the required documents found here: Documents Checklist
3.Please make sure that the file names are in English only
4.For tips on how to scan paper Click Here

Step 2- Submit Application
1.Sign up for a new account using a valid email address so you can be able to complete the process. All notifications will be communicated via email messages.
2.Once all the requirements are completed, Student Affairs will communicate with you via email within 3 working days regarding your application's status.
3.Complete the online Admission’s application.



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السلفي
6 months ago
Islamic Education in Nigeria: How It All Began

Islam came into Nigeria in the 9th century and this was the time Islamic education began in the country. Islamic domination and Islamic education began in the Bornu Empire; that is, in the northern part of Nigeria; this was during the time of Mai Idris Alooma, who reigned till 1603.

Aside Islamic schools, the king also furthered the establishment of Islamic pilgrimage, building of mosques, Islamic courts and the likes.

Islamic education spread further from the Borno Empire to other parts of Nigeria in the years that followed. By the 16th century, many of the cities in northern Nigeria were already practicing Islam and the Islamic education system was already established in them. Islamic system of education later moved to the middle Beltan part of Nigeria.

Islamic religion and Islamic education came into the southwestern part of Nigeria during the reign of Mansa Musa of the Mali Empire. This was during the reign of the Abbasi Dynasty.

Movement to southwestern part of Nigeria and the establishment of Islamic education was due to incursion of Arab traders from North Africa down the northern region, across the river Niger into the southwestern part of Nigeria.

There are evidences however that Islamic education came to the southwest from Mali, hence the name “Esin Imale” given to it by the Yoruba people. “Esin Imale” means religion of the Malians.

The Malian traders that brought the religion into Yorubaland were called the Wangara Traders and they were the ones that established the first set of Islamic schools in the region.

The first sets of Islamic schools were established in the southwestern part of Nigeria between the 14th and 15th century. The education system further took root between the 18th and 19th century.

The above means Islamic education came into Nigeria long before Christian education. The very first mosque to be built in Yorubaland was built in 1550 AD in Oyo-Ile. This also served as the venue for Islamic education.

Truth is no Yoruba kid was attending the Islamic schools as at that time; the mosques were built to meet the spiritual and education needs of the foreigners coming in from Mali and other parts of Nigeria into the southwest.

Soon, mosques were built in other towns in Yorubaland, like Ede, Ikirun, Ijebu-ode, Abeokuta, Ibadan and Oyo. This incursion happened in the 18th century and the mosques also served as centers for Islamic schools in these towns.


The destruction of Oyo led to the scattering of Muslims in the town to other towns around and this further led to the spread of Islam and the Islamic education system.

The intertribal war in Yorubaland further led to the spread of Islamic teachers across Yorubaland, since these Islamic teachers were acting as amulet makers and spiritual guides to the Yoruba soldiers.

The first form of Islamic school was established as Koranic Centers and purpose was to teach people about the Koran. These Koranic centers also taught Islamic studies. Later, the Muslims started establishing conventional schools, where they expose new converts to other forms of education.
السلفي
6 months ago
JAMB procedure for application.
An educational platform strictly meant for Muslims only.

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