All peoples' lives have basic concepts that they strive to achieve and strive for their consolidation, so that these concepts are kept alive and moving in all areas of their intellectual, social, economic and other areas of life, To accomplish this, they use tools such as authoring books, seminars, conferences, educational programs, and various media outlets to explain, explain, and justify these concepts, and eventually want to tailor their specific concepts to specific concepts. Let them.

These basic concepts and the concepts that these concepts imply actually shape a nation's fortunes, and on the other hand intellectuals and scholars who are familiar with the basic concepts of their nation and people know their duty to do so. Put concepts from abstract theoretical areas to the level of living reality so that these concepts can be embedded in their thinking and thinking, shaping their practical lifestyles.

History has no remembrance of nations in which today's past and present of life have been ignored or demanded that their suffering be wiped out by others, and that others should succeed instead. It is on this very principle that the fortitude of a nation actually represents the life-form of the same nation, and that fortitude represents the honor of a nation and determines how they live, so fortitude is believed to be the belief And the system they are moving in and the system that has made it necessary to follow and is an embodiment they do not want to lose, they know that when a native nation loses its strength, such an indigenous nation is endangered This is where the loss of fortune is known to be a decline that we are all afraid of. The devotees of a nation are always in ambush so that in a variety of ways they can destroy the social system and their mentality in order to condemn a nation. The importance of it is deepened.

Thaqqib contains values and concepts that encompass all past and present activities of the Islamic Ummah, including religion, language, history, civilization, worship, rituals, science and wisdom, techniques of literature, service, life affairs, law, justice and custom, custom and tradition. Includes everyone In this sense, Islam is also a religion, and we can say that religion is one thing. In another sense Islam is a real property of two names, namely (religion and religion), so religion and belief are necessary and essential to Islam.

Islamic scholars have stated many definitions of Islamic weakness which are summarized by all of the following in its definition: Islamic toughness is the recognition of the religious, religious, moral, social, and economic necessities of Islam that are unprofessional and specific to each individual. She is a Muslim. Considering the importance of the subject matter mentioned above, teaching the subject of Islamic gratitude to students of higher education and higher education is an urgent need, so the competent authorities set up a Department of Islamic Studies at the year of1996.

History:

Islamic Thought Department of Kabul Polytechnic University is one of the most prominent public departments in the University of Kabul Polytechnic in 1995, in the framework of building a university to enhance and enhance the knowledge of Islamic students and students Was done.

In this department, the themes of Islamic fortitude from the first semester to the eighth semester are as follows: Islamic worldview, philosophy of worship, Islamic moral system, Islamic political system, Islamic social system, Islamic economic system, Islamic Qur'an and contemporary Islamic culture, eight credits in eight semesters. Construction, electromechanics, geology and mining, technoelectronics, computer science and engineering informatics are being taught in transportation and geometrical buildings and cadaster.

The Department of Islamic Thought has been able to empathize with Muslim scholars with genuine Islamic spirit and tradition by knowing and understanding the beloved Islam and Islamic worldview with the highest ethical requirements of the time and age. , Patriotism, civil and religious service of the country, service to the community of its kind, along with goodwill, honesty, and honesty, and in many respects has served and served the community.

Educational Purposes Themes of Islamic Thought:

1. Educating young cadres with genuine Islamic knowledge;

2. Cultivate cadres with Islamic spirit, patriotism and good ethics;

3. Understanding and strengthening Islamic beliefs for students;

4. Understanding Islamic worship correctly for students;

5. Tarbiyeh, the Islamic personality of the students;

6. Defending the beliefs and values ​​of Islam;

7. Emphasizing on moderation and moderation in Islam during the courses of Islamic fortitude;

8. Scientific and academic response to youth religious questions and questions;

9. Attempting to explain religious law and explain it in the language of science and transcendent culture;

10. Promoting Islamic culture among youth and removing the effects of foreign and non-Islamic cultures;

11. Spreading a culture of moderation and other acceptance among the youth and different religions of the Islamic world;

12. Decorating students with pure Islamic knowledge;

13. Removing the thoughts of altruism and extremism that the Islamic world is currently suffering from.

General Objectives of the Department of Islamic Thought

1. Educating young cadres with genuine Islamic knowledge;

2. Cultivate cadres with Islamic spirit, patriotism and good ethics;

3. Improving the academic and academic capacity of professors;

4. Equipping the department with new teaching and research technology;

5. Continuous development and application of new teaching methods;

6. Providing appropriate social and moral space and preventing all forms of prejudice in the academic environment;

7. Compilation and translation of new textbooks and materials;

8. Conducting practical research on various socio-economic and religious issues;

9. Hiring faculty members for the department as needed;

10. Implementation of research projects;

11. Establishing scientific, academic and academic relationships, partnerships and collaborations with Islamic fortifications departments inside and outside the country;

12. Recruitment, training and encouragement of department staff;

13. Provision of printing equipment and publications for the Department;

14. Creating a benchmarking website for the department;

15. Ongoing implementation of the self-assessment process in the academic, administrative, and teaching sectors by experienced teachers and qualified students;

16. Restitution of penalties and penalties at department level;

17. To establish literary, scientific and cultural associations of students, in order to raise healthy and develop young people's talents.

Themes of Islamic gravity

The subjects of this department, which are taught at various universities of Kabul Polytechnic University, are as follows.

  • Semester 1: Islamic Worldview.
  • Semester 2: The Philosophy of Worship in Islam.
  • Semester 3: Philosophy of Ethics in Islam.
  • Semester 4: The Political System of Islam.
  • Semester 5: The Social System of Islam.
  • Semester 6: The Economic System of Islam.
  • Semester 7: Contemporary Qur'an and Science.
  • Semester 8: Islamic Civilization.

The department now has six professors who have graduated from Islamic education, jurisprudence, and law professions at Kabul University, an invited university, and jihad and other domestic and foreign universities, with their current academic reputation: