This study aims to investigate the relationship between Islamic education teachers’ practices of humanitarian relations and (Male and Female) and grade 11 student's attitudes towards the subject in the Sultanate of Oman. The study population is all grade 11 male and female students in the public schools in South Batinah, which are (8592) students. And the sample was (383) students, according to Gracie and Morgan's (1970) table. To achieve the study goals, the researcher uses the correlative methodology, designed a questionnaire consisting of (30) statements distributed in six axes., and another questionnaire of (20) statements that used for the attitude measurement. The study findings showed that the Islamic education teachers’ humanitarian practices in the educational learning process were high (4.09) and that the students' attitudes were high. The study recommends the necessity of employing human relations in attracting and suspending students towards the educational material and towards the teacher, and positively changing their attitudes towards the Islamic education subject.
Islamic education, , human relations, student attitudes