Importance of Islamic Studies
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Islamic studies refer to studies centered on the Quran, the sacred book of Islam. They combine the disciplines of theology, Islamic law, the study of the exegeses of sacred texts, and the history of Eastern traditions.
The study of the sacred texts at the origin of prophetic traditions and Islamic law requires the learning of ancient literary Arabic (Koranic Arabic), the dead language in which they are written.
In the culture of the Muslim countries, these disciplines of Arab origin and oriented towards the sacred are distinguished from the profane sciences often of Greek origin. Islamic studies are taught in many universities, including Al-Azhar University in Cairo, Egypt. The Ulemas are doctors of "Islamic sciences".
Islamic studies are the academic study of Islam and Islamic culture. Islamic studies can be seen from at least two points of view: 
From a secular or neutral point of view, Islamic studies do academic research on Islam and Islamic culture independent of the faith. In this regard, Islamic studies do not commit themselves to shaping the Muslim faith by making Islamic theology, and do not abstain from academic theses in contradiction with a faithful point of view.
From a Muslim point of view, Islamic studies also carry out academic research on Islam and Islamic culture, but from a faithful point of view. In this respect, Islamic studies commit themselves to shaping the Muslim faith by actively doing Islamic theology, and academic theses that are exercised against a faithful viewpoint can only be treated apologically.
Historically, the two perspectives had been clearly separated by the separation of the Western and Islamic world. They differed in their understanding of the academic environment and were organized either in universities or in madrases. Today there are attempts to bring the two perspectives together, in particular by attempts to establish Islamic theology in Western universities according to the model of established Christian theology.
The researchers of Islamic studies are called by their special field of study, as for example Historian, sociologist or political scientist, or in general a scholar of Islamic studies. The Islamic professional title is dated. The researchers of Islamic studies from a faithful point of view may be historians, etc., but they may also be called Muslim scholars, religious professor, cleric or Ulama. Islamic scholars or religious designation scholars are misleading since they sometimes apply to a secular scholar of Islamic studies, and sometimes to a Muslim religious scholar of Islamic studies.