The choice will enable Egyptian college students to check verses from the Jewish faith for the primary time ever.
“The Ministry of Training’s approval of the topic of non secular values shared between the divine religions expresses the state’s keenness to unfold the values of tolerance and fraternity,” declared Kamal Amer, the top of the parliamentary protection and the Nationwide Safety Committee, within the Egyptian Parliament.
The three religions “embrace widespread values that college students should research to have the ability to confront the extremist and takfirist concepts that backward teams are working to unfold in society,” Amer continued.
He added that “President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi is eager to show the youth the values of respect for others, tolerance and rejection of fanaticism and extremism. For this reason the Ministry of Training determined to show the topic of widespread values in faculties.”
On February 14, the Ministry of Training accepted the parliament’s proposal with reference to widespread values between all of the Abrahamic religions and the rules of tolerance, citizenship and coexistence.
“Attributable to its significance, the topic can be factored into college students’ GPAs, though spiritual courses are often not counted,” Deputy Minister of Training Reda Hegazy mentioned throughout the assembly, Al-Monitor reported.
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“Instructing spiritual texts by way of topics unrelated to faith leads academics to interpret such texts in extremist and subversive methods and research have established a hyperlink between this situation and the unfold of extremist concepts,” he added.
“Instructing college students texts that carry widespread values from the three Abrahamic religions is crucial when it comes to strengthening the rules of humanity,” Bayadi continued. “The disaster lies in extremist interpretations of texts which will result in intolerance and hatred.”
He added, “The present spiritual curricula have to be developed in order that their targets promote the battle towards intolerance and extremism.”
Journalist Kamal Zakher informed Al-Monitor, “The choice to show the topic of widespread values can’t alone confront extremism as a result of Egyptian society is riddled with extremism and intolerance.”