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Membership in the religion “is based on a minimal deﬁnition of belonging” [Dassetto, 1996:85]; the profession of faith consists in aﬃrming before two witnesses that “there is no God but God, and Muhammad is his prophet”. The concrete implications of these facts, which draw their force from their simplicity [Dassetto, 1996], appear in diﬀerent ways and have a variety of eﬀects, more and less important. There is the expression of deference with regard to leading ﬁgures of a shared history, foremost the Prophet Muhammad.
Also, repetitive and authoritarian methods have in some cases brought about lack of interest and numerous complaints, especially when the class material is presented in a dry and stiﬀ manner. , 1994:140], and some children have complained openly about old-fashioned punishments [Telhine, 1998:26].
These descriptions should not be taken as disparaging, and just to set things in their proper order, here are some apposite words: “. . must transmission occur necessarily in the academic setting, and based on canonical precepts? Beyond the mere fact that parents are familiar with the observances of their religion and practice it, there are numerous values inherent in Islam which are transmitted, even if this transmission is rarely made explicit or objective”. “. . the fact that the mute and humble labour of transmission of the ﬁrst generation was expressed in the language of simple religious feeling in a context which rather thwarted many of its aims did not prevent it from making its point and producing at least some of its intended eﬀects.
An Introduction to the History of Modern Arabic Literature in Egypt (Studies in Arabic Literature , No 10) by J Brugman