The Position Gender in Islamic Education: A Perspective
The concept of gender is a trait that is attached to men and women who are socially and culturally constructed, as women are known to be beautiful, gentle, emotional or motherly, while men are considered strong, rational and virile. All these traits can be exchanged and therefore not natural, but they occur from time to time and from place to place. The method used in this research was qualitative method with content analysis approach. Islamic education does not recognize the sex, it only identifies that as long as the creature is named human it must be given education to achieve the essence and purpose of life that is as a servant of Allah and the caliph in the earth. The authentic basis of Islamic education is the Qur'an and Sunnah Rasulullah SAW. Because the al-Qur'an as the revelation of the deity sent down to his apostle, the great prophet Muhammad, through the mediation of Jibril and is the guidance for man, in it there will be rules and directives to carry out education that is reflected in chapter 30 al-Alaq verses 1-5.
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