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Young Entrepreneur Sets Up “BeDaie” For Those Keen To Study Islam

KOTA BHARU, Aug 11  –The worldwide COVID-19 pandemic is impacting the country’s education system, including Islamic studies, as the face-to-face learning process has to ‘stop’ with the virus still a threat in Malaysia.

Realising the situation, Muhammad Amar Mirza Abd Kadir Jailani, 27, set up (BeDaie), an online platform for Islamic studies to facilitate the learning of religious knowledge from certified teachers and experts.

According to him, BeDaie is the first project in Malaysia that combined a teaching workforce from eight countries, namely Indonesia, Singapore, Pattani in Thailand, China, India, Yemen, Africa and Sri Lanka.

“The learning process is also well-organised, offering more than 20 fields of studies based on the Ahli Sunnah Wal Jamaah and suitable for all ages.

“This platform provides netizens to attend Islamic classes, acquire religious knowledge, memorize the Quran and seek questions and understand religious issues,” he told reporters, here.

A virtual launch of BeDaie, set up in May this year, was conducted by  Kelantan Human Development, Education, Higher Education, Science and Technology Committee chairman Datuk Dr Mohamed Fadzli Hassan yesterday.

Muhammad Amar Mirza said BeDaie currently had about 500 local subscribers.

“BeDaie provides learning packages starting from  RM150 to RM250 a month and so far, we have more than 100 teachers,” he added.

Muhammad Amar Mirza, who holds a Certificate in Syariah Studies from Yemen, is targeting 1,000,000 subscribers and 5,000 teachers worldwide to be registered with BeDaie within a year.

Asked on his next plan, he said he hoped to be able to work with the Federal Territory Islamic Religious Council for recognition of the certificate to be issued to  BeDaie students.

Sources: BERNAMA

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