Is online learning incompatible with traditional Islamic education?
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Isn't online learning incompatible with traditional Islamic education
The essence of traditional education is the student-teacher relationship. In a time when scholars are rare and difficult to find, modern means of direct communication such as the telephone and internet are a blessing. Although sitting in the physical presence of one's teacher results in a more complete transfer of sacred knowledge, interacting with a teacher through such modern means is an alternative method of taking knowledge directly from a teacher. From the earliest of times, female scholars have traditionally taught sacred knowledge to male students from behind a curtain, a scenario analogous in man