Raising Children in Islam – How to raise children into responsible Muslim adults?

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Parents hold enormous leverage in terms of what they teach their children and accordingly how their children grow up as adults. Islam, therefore, hold parents responsible for steering their children’s upbringing according to the guidelines of the Quran and the Prophet’s (sallallahu alaihi wa sallam) traditions. The Prophet (s) said: “Allah (SWT) will ask every caretaker about the people under his care, and the man will be asked about the people of his household” (Nasa’i, Abu Da’ud).

Allah (SWT) states in the Quran about the need to raise families in the light of their end destination, which may be translated in the following words:

O you who believe! Ward off yourselves and your families against a Fire (Hell) whose fuel is men and stones, over which are (appointed) angels stern (and) severe, who disobey not, (from executing) the commands they receive from Allah, but do that which they are commanded” (Tahrim 66:6).

Children have the right, therefore, to be raised as responsible Muslim adults and parents must ensure that right appropriately. Parents must be conscious and take an active role in guiding their children and families on the path of truth. The Prophet Muhammad (s) said: “Every one of your (people) is responsible, and everyone is responsible for whatever falls under his responsibility. A man is like a shepherd of his own family, and he is responsible for them” (Bukhari and Muslim).

The following are some of the critical areas related to raising children into responsible Muslim adults:

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Give the child a good name

Parents have the responsibility to provide the child with a good name which is in accordance with Islamic traditions. One of the hadith in this context is the one narrated by Naafi’ that Ibn ‘Umar said: The Messenger of Allah (sallallahu alaihi wa sallam) said: “The most beloved of your names to Allah are ‘Abd-Allah and ‘Abd al-Rahmaan” (Narrated by Muslim, 2132).

Spend appropriately on your children

Parents, and especially fathers, have the responsibility to spend on their children in ways that can help their proper upbringing. It was narrated that ‘Abd-Allah ibn ‘Amr said: The Messenger of Allah (s) said: “It is sufficient sin for a man if he neglects those on whom he is obliged to spend” (Narrated by Abu Dawood, 1692; classed as sahan by Shaykh al-Albaani in Saheeh al-Jaami’, 4481). Another hadith in this context states that ‘Aa’ishah, the wife of the Prophet (s), said: A woman came to me with two daughters and asked me for food, and I could not find anything except one date which I gave to her. She shared it between her two daughters, then she got up and went out. The Prophet (s) came in and I told him what had happened. He said: “Whoever is in charge of any of these girls and treats them well, they will be a shield for him against the Fire” (Narrated by al-Bukhaari, 5649; Muslim, 2629).

Treat your children fairly

All children within a family have their own rights to be treated fairly. This right was referred to by the Prophet (s) in the saheeh hadeeth: “Fear Allah and treat your children fairly” (Narrated by al-Bukhaari, 2447; Muslim, 1623).

Parents should not show undue preference to their children based on their gender or other criteria. Unfair treatment can arouse a feeling of jealousy and hatred in children that can continue for life and can also lead to bitterness in the child’s heart toward the parents as well. The Prophet (s) referred to this in the hadeeth narrated by Muslim (1623) when he said to the father of al-Nu’maan, “Would you like them to honor you equally?” He said, “Yes.” In other words, if you want them all to honor you equally, then be equally fair to all of them.

Even about the inheritance that children are bound to receive from parents, Allah (SWT) has made it clear that it does not depend on the parents’ wishes but has to be given according to the laws laid down in the Quran:

Allah commands you as regards your children’s (inheritance)…” (An-Nisa 4:11).

Treat your children with love and mercy

Parents have the obligation to show love and mercy to their children. This will help children to develop normal and stable personalities and will also make it easier for children to love and respect their parents and elders when they grow up. Seeing the Prophet kissing his grandson, a person named Alaqr’a Ibn Habis found this behavior strange and said, “I have ten children, but I have never kissed any of them.” The Prophet (s) replied, “The one who has no compassion will not be treated mercifully” (Bukhari and At-Tirmidhi).

Your children deserve the right to proper education and upbringing

One of the most important facets of raising children is for the parents to provide them with the right training. According to Islamic traditions, the best gift that parents can provide to their children is training that can help them live as responsible Muslim adults fulfilling the rights of Allah and others. This, then, can lead them to succeed in the hereafter as well. The Prophet (sallallahu alaihi va sallam) said, “The best gift to children from parents is their correct training” (Tirmizi).

Educating children in such a way that they can be successful both in this life and the hereafter should be the supreme responsibility of parents. In today’s world, while it is common to see parents focus on the kind of education that can help them toward building the right careers and in making a living, the focus on Islamic education rarely gets its due focus. Depriving children of proper Islamic teachings can prevent children from building a close relationship with their creator Allah, which is the cornerstone of all success in this life and the hereafter. A good religious education grounded in love of their Lord, on the contrary, can help them live a more peaceful life, deal with life’s challenges easily and maturely, and fulfill the rights and obligations of all around them (including the parents themselves), leading the children to grow up as better citizens of their communities and making them an integral part of the overall Muslim Ummah.

The following provide some of the key responsibilities of the parents in terms of raising and training their children:

Inculcating the concept of “La Ilaha Illa-Allah” and Huquq Allah (Rights of Allah)

Parents should inculcate in their children the correct ‘aqeedah of the oneness of Allah followed by all religious acts of worship that are needed for them to get close to Allah. This involves teaching children all rights of Allah, which can come by children fully understanding the concepts of Tawheed. The principles of Tawheed should never be taken lightly because they mark the boundaries of entering Islam. Mu`âdh bin Jabal relates that the Prophet (peace be upon him) said to him: “O Mu`âdh! Do you know what is Allah’s right over His servants and what their right is over Him?” I said: “Allah and His Messenger know best.” He said: “Allah’s right over His servants is that they worship Him without associating any partner with Him in worship, and their right over Him is that He does not punish anyone who worships Him without associating any partner with Him in worship” [Sahîh al-Bukhârî and Sahîh Muslim].

Eeman (belief/faith) in Allah comprises of the following distinct concepts that parents must strive to teach their children:

1. Faith (Eeman) in the Existence of Allah: This refers to believing in Allah – not just any God – but specifically Allah as the supreme being of this universe and all that exists in this universe.

2. Faith (Eeman) in the Rububiyah (Lordship) of Allah – This refers to believing in Allah as the true Lord of this universe and as the controller of all aspects of this universe.

3. Faith (Eeman) in the Uluhiyyah (Worship) of Allah – This refers to singling out only Allah as the one who is worthy of any worship.

4. Faith (Eeman) in al-Asma was-Sifat (the names and attributes) of Allah – This refers to belief in Allah’s names and attributes.

Believing and living life on the concepts of Tawheed not only can lead to ultimate salvation, it can also nurture the love of Allah in the children’s hearts at an early age, which is the essence of our relationship with Allah. The Quran also gives us examples where prophets and the righteous stressed the importance of fulfilling the rights of Allah to their children. As an example, Luqman (alaihis’salam) provided the following instructions to his son as mentioned in the Quran by Allah:

“And (remember) when Luqmaan said to his son when he was advising him: “O my son! Join not in worship others with Allah. Verily, joining others in worship with Allah is a great Zulm (wrong) indeed” [Luqmaan 31:13]. 

As part of this training, parents should also ensure that they train their children on all the rituals of worship including the five times obligatory prayers, fasting, charity, Hajj, reciting Quran, and so on. A hadith in this context clarifies this concept where Mu’adh ibn Jabal narrated that, “I said to Allah’s Messenger (peace be upon him): Inform me about an act which would entitle me to get into Paradise, and remove me away from Hell-Fire. He (the Prophet) said: You have asked me about a matter (which ostensibly appears to be) difficult but it is easy to those for whom Allah, the Exalted, has made it easy. Worship Allah and do not associate anything with him, establish prayer, pay the Zakat, observe the fast of Ramadan and perform Hajj to the (sacred) House (Ka’bah).”

Teaching children about Huqul-Ibad (Rights of other fellow beings)

Huqul-Ibad is about respecting the rights of others and especially understanding others’ rights from an Islamic standpoint. A concise description of fulfilling both Huqooq Allah and Huqooqul Ibaad is found in the following verse:

“Worship Allah and join none with Him in worship, and do good to parents, kinsfolk, orphans, Al-Masakin (the poor), the neighbor who is near of kin, the neighbour who is a stranger, the companion by your side, the wayfarer (you meet), and those (slaves) whom your right hands possess. Verily, Allah does not like such as are proud and boastful (An-Nisa 4:36).”

For example, children raised in certain non-Muslim cultures may not develop the same respect for parents and elders as mandated in Islam. Children should, therefore, be taught to be respectful and dutiful to their parents, maintain good relations with relatives, and neighbors. Children should also be warned against picking up habits that can lead to disrespecting others. These include backbiting, slandering, lying and abusing others.

Helping children to choose their role models

Role models help people to model their behavior and character after those personalities. Parents should, therefore, help their children choose their role models wisely. When teaching about Islam and its teachings, parents should help their children learn about the lives of the prophets, especially Prophet Muhammad (s), sahaba (prophet’s companions such as Abu Bakar, Umar, and so on), tabieen (the ones who followed the sahaba), other salaf (the likes of Hassan al-Basri, Muhammad ibn Sirin, Umar Ibn Abdul-Aziz, Ahmad bin Hanbal, etc.), and early Islamic scholars such as Ibne-Taymiyyah, Ibn Al-Qayyim, Ibn Katheer, and so on. Learning about these personalities of Islam who actualized the teachings of Islam can help children learn from their knowledge and appreciate the relationship that those individuals developed with Allah and how they lived exemplary lives. While it may be difficult to teach children about each one of them, parents should at a minimum introduce these personalities to their children and how such personalities achieved high status within Islamic circles. Planting the seeds of respect for such personalities at an early age in your children’s hearts will make it easier for them to seek out more knowledge about these personalities of Islam when they get older.

Teach your children skills that lead to earning only Halal (legal)

Parents should spend their time, effort, and resources to help their children make the right choices for earning a living. In doing so, parents should stress the need for their children to pursue career paths that can provide them solely with Halal (legal) living. Islam places enormous emphasis on this subject and these teachings are clearly stated both in the Quran and hadith. In one case, the prophet (s) said:

“…Purify your food, your supplication will be accepted. By the one in whose hand lays the life of Muhammad, verily a servant places a morsel of Haram in his stomach (and as a result) forty days of worship will not be accepted from him.” (Recorded by Imam Tabrani). In another narration, it is narrated that an angel at Bayt al-Maqdis proclaims every day and night: “Whosoever consumes unlawful (haram) food, Allah Most High will not accept his obligatory (fard) and voluntary worship.” (See: al-Kaba’ir of Imam Dhahabi).

Teaching children knowledge of the Quran

In addition to teaching your children recitation of the Quran, knowledge of the Quran will help your children to think beyond the mundane matters of this life and instead develop elevated thinking that can enable them to ponder about critical issues that can help them reconcile the many confusing ideologies that the world will throw at them as they grow up. Getting them to start thinking about the reasons of their existence, their day to day struggles, and where the world is heading to will make them become more prudent in terms of their life’s priorities.

Consider that once when in Madinah, the prophet (s) had to send a group to Yemen for teaching new Muslims there about Islam. The prophet picked Mu’adh bin Jabal as their leader (even though Muadh was very young – perhaps in his early twenties). The prophet said, “The most knowledgeable of my ummah [community] in matters of Halal [permitted, allowed, lawful or legal] and Haram [forbidden] is Mu’adh bin Jabal.” This shows that knowledge of Quran had expanded the horizons of Muadh to such an extent that the prophet (s) himself picked him as a leader for an important expedition.

Teaching children Islamic morals and characters

Besides teaching children the rituals of worship and the rights of individuals, children should be taught Islamic morals, characters, and etiquette from an early age so that it becomes part of their habits. Children should be taught the principles of humility, tolerance, patience, and other such behavioral traits. These personality traits can help any individual tremendously in their lives. For example, teach them about patience and tolerance and dealing with tough situations, and they will be thankful to you for the rest of their lives. Those of us who struggle in life by not having properly learned such conduct may also very well know their value. Children can learn such conduct by learning hadith as well as learning about the lives of the prophet (s) and his companions.

Provide your children a healthy environment for their upbringing

Training children so that they can grow up to become responsible citizens requires that parents actively maintain an atmosphere at home that is conducive to positive learning and upbringing. This, therefore, requires that parents, too, model their lives according to the Islamic way of life. Children can get conflicting messages and thus can get confused when they do not see parents and elders following the instructions that they give to them, or when out of excessive love for them, parents become so indulgent that they turn a blind eye to their sins and fail in checking them.

It is well known that children who are raised in households where argumentation, fighting, and abuse abound, not only learn less but are more prone to develop personality disorders. There is plenty of research that shows that the serious problems of adolescents, including drug abuse, school failure, delinquency and violence, have grown to tragic proportions in part because of the deteriorating environments in which young people are raised.

Conclusion

Parents should put in their best efforts to ensure that their children become true inheritors of Islam, and to keep Islam alive in their lives and their families’ lives after their death. Parental efforts are, therefore, quite instrumental in inculcating the love of Islam and the desire to worship in the right manner. Parents should also recognize that raising good children can be a source of their salvation in the hereafter. This is because if parents raise good Allah-fearing children, those children can constantly pray to Allah for their parents after their death. The Prophet Muhammad (sallallahu alaihi wa sallam) said:

“Upon death, man’s deeds will stop except for three deeds, namely: a continuous charitable fund, endowment or goodwill; knowledge left for people to benefit from; and a pious righteous and God-fearing child who continuously prays to Allah, for the souls of his parents” (Muslim).

Finally, let’s not forget that fulfilling the rights of the individuals prescribed by Allah is part of the limits set by Allah that should be taken seriously. Allah states thus in the Quran:

And treat not the Verses (Laws) of Allah as a jest, but remember Allah’s favors on you (i.e. Islam), and that which He has sent down to you of the Book (i.e. the Qur’an) and Al-Hikmah (the Prophet’s Sunnah – legal ways – Islamic jurisprudence) whereby He instructs you. And fear Allah, and know that Allah is all-aware of everything Quran (2:231).

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1 hafsat yusuf

Jaza kallahu hairun for these master piece. It is just ripe for these moment whereby parents are carried away by the love they have for their children forgetting the real task of religious upbringing.

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2 ummulkalthum

Mashaallah very apt and informative.

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3 Anonymous

mashallah heart touching way of raising children in islam, is reminder for those who forget raising in islam due to attraction of devil path!!! may allah guide all of us!

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4 Sr Monica

Jazak Allah Khair, I just read all of this with my youth boys. It was a very nice family discussion. Sometimes, my children get upset that I’m not like all of their friends parents. This helped me to explain the reasons why. Because I am fearful to allow my children to participate in activities that lead to haram behavior. I will be accountable for what they learn while in my care.

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5 GULAM NABI

very good, informative article. zazakallah.
Children should learn about the lives & Teachings of prophet SAW,sahaba,Tabieen,salaf,early islamic scholars (Ibne-teiyyah,Ibn-Alqayyim,Ibn-kaseer .)
It would have been apperatiated if teaching of imam Abu hanifa,Imam Shafai,Imam Malik and other well known scholars were included in the article.

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6 sister jannah

Than u for those good and informitive word and the good work that u are doing may Allah continue to bless u and guide u and the straight path unshakable.

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7 khalif

As salaamu Alaikum I’am raising my two little ones in the way of Quran,and Sunnah may Allah(swt) guide me in doing so InshaAllah.This was a good read full of beneficial advice JazakAllah khair.

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8 Muhammad Nami

This is a well reseached write-up. It is a masterpiece. May Allah reward you enormously. Wassalam

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9 Mohammad Asif

Jaza Kum Allah Khairan it is very nice and useful article for reminding the parents about their responsibilities about their children and Islam.
Regards,

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10 Anonymous

Masha Allah, may this article reach all parents in need of help raising their children. May they benefit and raise masha Allah children for pour muslim uumaah, insh Allah

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11 Abdallah Bahsan

A must read article! A very important one! All the points adressed above are extremely important, especially the issue on how to balance our selves between din and dunya, and especially getting halal rizk jobs this is where we have completely failed,
Barakallahu fiik

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12 MFS

Jazak ALLAH

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13 Mwameli Ali Ali

Mash Allah,the knowledge is very important,the article is very educative to Muslims on how to raise their children.It has touched the very important topics and which when followed we will have a very great Muslim uumaah,Inshaalah

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14 sister in islam

maashaallah. Allah bless u all for the wonderful work and dedication to our ummah.
Plz make dua for me to enable me to practice to be a good mum.
Jazakumullah kheyr.

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15 Aisha

The truth…. Fantastic article.. ThanQ ppl

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16 Mohammed Bahauddin

Jazakumullah Khair,
May Allah S.W.T. give you reward for this great efforts for giving great advise and suggestion as per Orders of Almighty Allah and the Sunnah of :Prophet Muhammed P.U.H., kindly keep it up and encourage us.

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17 Fatima

Thank you very much, may Allah reward you abundantly.

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18 Syed Firasath Ahmed

Assalamualaikum
JazakAllah Khairun for this informative article. It covers all the responsibilities of parents towards raising there childrens.
Childs prospects depends on how he is nurtured by his parents

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19 Iqbal

Dear Brother, Excellent information and thank you very much for sharing it with us. Being a father of two, I learned a lot and would do incorporate them in my life. May Allah show our new generation the straight way and keep them loyal to their faith, the Islam, Aameen

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20 Layla Diriye

Jazak Allah. May Allah reward you for writing this article. Just the perfect time to read when I have a two year old.

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21 Bukar Kime

Assalamu alaikum, the presentation is educative,coherent and beneficial.I have learned a lot, pls we need more of such write ups.

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22 Yasin Hussein

Aaw. Raising children in an Isalmic way is wajib just like swalah, fasting etc. However, one fundamental tenets of raising a good Muslim child is by first of all choosing the right spouse. This is where many brothers and sisters have errored. They are blinded by other factors than Religous person. The other factors fade as time goes but never in a pious couple. My fellow brothers and sister, kindly choose the spouse with good knowlege and practicing Islam and you had raised 50% of your child’s deen. Yasin

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23 maryan

masha allah jazakallah very intresting article may allal reward your efforts

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24 SAIM SHERAZ

jazakallah inshallah we will follow these islamic instracation in our family may allah blesss u
DUA
ALWAYS HAPPY IN UR LIFE

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25 Dalika

Thanks for sharing a great article.
At the end of the day it is our responsibility to raise a new Muslim generation to spread the truth about Islam and remove the lies and misconceptions surrounding our religion. i pray that Allah makes it easy for us.

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26 Bushra Shaker

As-salam alaykum Mashallah jazakallah khair to who ever wrote such a nice article. may Allah subhan tala bestow his blessings upon all muslim brothers & sisters & keep us away from sins Aameen.
may Allah help us in every aspect of life in upbringing of our children
Aameen. Inshaallah we will follow holy instructions regarding issues of parenting.God bless U.Please we need such more educative nice write ups

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27 Anonymous

Very interesting,if muslims will follow the process step by step,definately,our children will appreciate us.

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28 Nadim Shaikh

Good one, But we should also focus more on Sunnah of Rasulullah (PBH), where in our children should have full love of our beloved prophet & his sunnah & practice the same in life since childhood itself.

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29 EDGAR M. LEONARD SR

Peace!
Even though all my nine children are all grown up,( and I thank and praise Almighty God for making me a father of children), I still insist in telling them about the importance of worshipping and serving Almighty God ( Allah) only, because, whether in this life or the life in the hereafter, there is no other god besides Almighty God.
Hence it is our duty and obligation to worship and serve Almighty God only, do good works to our fellow man, and believe in the Last Day when all of us will return to Almighty God on that Last Day, which is also known as the Day of Judgement, and none of us will be wrongly judged on that Day, because only Almighty God knows all, sees all and hears all, and there is no unrighteousness in Almighty God.
Only Almighty God knows when that Last Day will be, but it is a Day which is sure to be,
Please continue to spread the true faith.
Edgar M. Leonard Sr.

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30 khan

mashhalllah very much interesting jazak allah khair

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31 salim hassan

May the Almighty Allah reward you in the here after

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32 Anonymous

Teaching them (kids) the Holy Quran and the Hadiths at young age make them to be good persons. My kids are now teaching me what is haram and what is good at 8 years of age. Alhamdulilah!!

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33 THAQIB

Assaam alaykum warahmatullah wabarakatuh!

JazakumuLLAH Khaira!

May ALLAH award you accordingly InshaALLAH.

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34 Reema

Indeed a true awareness ,which we feel ignorant about .

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35 Ayla

Alhamdullilah ,a very important issue for the ummah at large.
If all the parents realize that our children are an immanat of Allah SWT which will be asked about .Also that any unfairness or neglect in their upbringing can be the difference between going to Heaven or Hell.

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36 Lawal Nurain

verily, Allah has put on us responsibility of raising our children in a way to be responsible to HE the creator. To what extent we have been striving to achieve this balance is challenge to mankind. This is a good reminder to all muslim ummah to once again understand reason for existence. Thank you

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37 Ibrahim Mohammed

The article is fantastic, informative and educative may Allah give us the ability put our children on the right path.

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38 adams suberu

Jazakalahu Kairan. Education never ends until one enters the grave. I have learned a lot from this rich article. May Allah help us to guide our children along the right path in life Ameen. Ya Allahu.

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39 Muhammed Habibu

May Allah in His infinate mercy guide us right in inculcating this way of life to our children and May He reward d righter abundantly. Ameen!

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40 Amal

Many thanks for enlightenling the muslim umma with an informative artice. May Allah swt guide us on the right path and give us the strength to raise the next muslim generation with muslim values and education.

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41 Amal

An informative article. Jazakuallahu kheiran.

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42 zahraa

Thank you very much, may Allah reward you abundantly.

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43 Tirmidhi

Jazakumullah Khayran. This is interesting Ma Sha Allah. May Allah guide us to inculcate this teaching into our children. Amin

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44 Ismail Mohamed Abdi

Thank you so much for your great work , I am extremely happy for your detailed explanation on the rights of the children in Islam.
Keep good work and ALLAH bless you

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45 wale balogun k

May Allah bless you and increase you in knowledge. Amin

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46 Justina S.

Thank you very much for sharing this very important parenting guidelines as i am still very weak in my knowledge but greatful Allah gives me lessons to know him better. if Allah decides it.

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47 Ahmad 'Ibn Lauwal

Masha Allah. Apt, revealing and educative.

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48 Nuhu Ahmed

Alhamdulillah! Just what i was looking for. May Allah continue to bless the sponsors and facilitators of Iqra sense. My wife and I are expecting a baby soon and i have been worried about ways to bring up the child according to Islamic principles but with this, i think in shaa Allah, we will do just fine. I also have a question. I want to name the child Saifan if its a boy( meaning sword of Allah) i saw the name at a site with Muslim names and meaning. Do you think its a befitting name? Pls reply via my email address.
Jazak Allah Khairun

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49 Md Abdus salam

Alhamdulilla,I am very happy to get the massage(for Quran and hadith).i will invite to all the people for this massage,inshallah!

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50 sarah

jazakaAllahukhaira for this reminder,may Allah reward you for efforts&let him make us of those who act upon what we are told&make our children among the rightious in this crazy world with crazy people today.Ameen

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51 Khalil Rahman

Assalaamu Alaikum.Very informative article of every one of us.My chn are grown up but they need continuous reminders lest they ward of the path of sirat-e-mustaqeem.Your quotes from the Noble Quran and Imam ul Ambiya SAW is more than enough than quoting any other personalties.An excellent article for me to use in my Dawah work.many Thanks.Wassaalam.

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52 mariam

May Allah increase you in knowledge. (Amin))

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53 Hajjis Amina

Assalamu alaikum. It is really a nice piece. May Allah(SWT) reward you make it easy for all parents to heed the advise

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54 Mohammed Akil

Jazakallah Khair,

Very nice article.

“Best Gift a Parents can give to their children’s is their time.”
(Not a Hadith)

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55 uhan buckman

Thank you very much. It is so true, our children are what we have instilled in them.

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56 mohamed

Mash Allah.The knowledge is very important The article is very educative. It has touched the very important topics..
Inshallah, Allah will reward you for the GOOD work you are doing to for the Ummah

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57 Shamsa Salim

Maa Shaa Allah… Wonderful msg for us. May Allah (S.W) reward you with the best forever… aamin.

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58 Ogunmola Muibat

Jazakallau for this beautiful piece.A guide for every parent.May Allah continue to bless and strenghen you for enlightening us.

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59 Daarina

I absolutely love this site! May Allah reward you all for the knowledge you teach and reminders.:-)

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60 Munira

Assalam alaikum this a powerful message am a new parent and I know this will guide in bringing my son up in Islam insha Allah.thank u

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61 Anonymous

Thank u for d knowledge u give pple and bringing pple close to d word of Allah and his prophet. May Allah reward u wt al – janat firdaus

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62 Waziri Albishir

I found the write up highly invaluable. Well researched presentation worth sharing. May Allah (SWT) reward those who contributed this work most abundantly.

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63 Idris Semiat

Al’amdulillah wa shukran. The author of this article had just made a serious contribution to the development of the ummah. O Allah! continue to strengthen him/ her and reward him/her with aljanah firdaus (amin). May it be another source of light for every soul that read it as well (amin). masha Allah, we need more from you dear author. Asalaam alaikum.

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64 madina

Jazakallah this a very beautiful piece of information may Allah guide all of us parents to raise our children in the ways of Allah Ameen.

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