• Khalid Jamal Gaheb Salih Directorate sections the interior, Kirkuk University, Iraq


Islamic Sciences, humanities, Integration, knowledge


The research paper presented the importance of integration between the Islamic and human sciences. The problem of this research is in the weaknesses in integration between the fields of Islamic and human social sciences. Even though the Islamic sciences are important, they are very specialized and linked to many other fields of study. Their field of work is almost completely devoid of any science, whether in economics, social education, psychology, or other fields. In this study, the researcher used a descriptive-analytical approach. There are three main parts to this research paper: One of the first things we'll talk about: What are Islamic sciences? Second: The importance of human and social sciences, and how important it is that they work well with Islamic sciences, is the second thing. The third thing we'll talk about is how students of Islamic sciences can use the humanities and social sciences to connect their knowledge. This will give students of Islamic sciences and students of humanities and social sciences a new way of looking at things, because Islamic sciences are life sciences. It looks at everyone and everything in the lives of people and society, and it gives Islamic sciences a new chance to be widely and generally available to students of other sciences. It also tries to come up with new ideas from different points of view based on new disciplines that aren't just about Islamic sciences anymore. To be a good student of Islamic sciences, he needs to know about or be familiar with them


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How to Cite

Khalid Jamal Gaheb Salih. (2022). THE INTEGRATION BETWEEN ISLAMIC SCIENCES AND HUMANITIES. European Journal of Research Development and Sustainability, 3(3), 67-73. Retrieved from