The Pondok & Madrasah In Patani

HASAN MADMARN, Ph.D, is the Director at the College of Islamic Studies, Prince of
Songkla University, Patani, Thailand.

UKM Press (Second Printing 2002)

143 pages

ISBN 9789679424030

RM25.00

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The Pondok & Madrasah In Patani

Patani, a southern border province of Thailand was once the center of Islamic education and earned the title `cradle of Islam’ for the Malay muslim world. Patani has preserved a unique religious, cultural character and institution which could not be found in the region. This town, withits well-known pondok and its learned tok guru attracts Muslims from the four southern provinces. Among the well-known pondok of Patani in those days are Pondok Berming, Pondok Dalo, Pondok Haji Mak Dagae, Pondok Babayeh, Pondok Semla and Pondok Mango. The pondok being the center of the traditional islamic education of the Muslims in Thailand became the focal point of attention by the Thai Goverment in the past three decades. During the process of education reform the pondok institution was first changed into the madrasah before transforming into the islamic private schools. The govermant strives to incorporate the Thai language and culture into the islamic religious schools. Teputcome of the government’s effort shows that the students of the Islamic private schools now mastered Thai, Malay and Arabic.

The traditonal Islamic institutions were disturbed when the new education policy incorporated Thai education into the pondok institution. Since before the 1950’s, the Thai government policy towards education became stronger and more aware of  the need of a national awareness-oriented education. The vital function of the traditional islamic institutions (the pondok) was seen by the authorities as non-beneficial to the society. However, the Muslim community in Thailand believes that the institution will help the people becom good citizens and be more loyal to the country.

Hence, the objective of The Pondok & Madrasah In Patani book is to draw  the attention of readers to the important function of the Patani ulama whose fame goes back to the time when Patani was the cradle of Islam. It is written with the intention to bring Patani and her people to the international academic arena, so that the vital role of Patani in various aspects could be easily understood by the world outside. This is because the eminent role of the Patani ulama has never been erased from the memory of the Muslim world especially the Islamic scholars

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Weight 0.241 kg
Dimensions 15.2 × 0.9 × 22.7 cm
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