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(From New Straits Times (Malaysia))
KUALA LUMPUR, Thurs. - Over the years, Muslim parents have by-passed national schools because they felt that the Islamic education was not comprehensive enough.
A project aimed at changing that perception will be introduced in selected primary schools from next week.
Sources said the J-Qaf project would see the Islamic Studies syllabus being revised, with new elements - khatam Quran (completion of al-Quran recital), Jawi, Arabic and fardhu ain.
The Government has identified the overhaul of religious education in schools as a priority, believing that its content must be compatible with the aim of promoting …