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Children in Islam

History of Haj

Source : Islamweb.net / 22 Aug 2013

Hajj is the fifth pillar of Islam and it was enjoined by Allaah on the Muslims to be performed once during one's lifetime. This pillar is observed during the month of Thul-Hijjah.

 

History of Haj

Source : Islamweb.net / 19 Aug 2013

Hajj is the fifth pillar of Islam and it was enjoined by Allaah on the Muslims to be performed once during one's lifetime. This pillar is observed during the month of Thul-Hijjah.

 

Valuing Time with Children

By Maryam Hedayat | islam.ru | 13 Jul 2013

Children are one of the most precious and greatest gifts of Allah.  And to raise them in a good manner is every parent’s responsibility.

Children are a trust given to the parents. Parents are essentially responsible for the moral, ethical and religious teachings of their children.

 

Help Your Children to Love the Holy Qur’an

By ISWM / 6 May 2013

Umar ibn Wasil al-Basri that Sahl al-Tustari said: “My uncle once told me:`Remember Allah Who created you.’ I said: `How should I remember him?’ He replied: `Say in your heart, whenever you are alone at night, three times, without moving your tongue: Allah is with me; Allah is looking at me; Allah is watching me.”

 

Raising Productive and Confident Muslim Kids

By Khafayah Abdulsalam / 23 Mar 2013

Our children are an amanah (trust) on to us from Allah: it’s our duty to nurture, educate and protect them as they grow into productive adults.

Moms, it’s very important to take some time out to ponder and reflect on the part you are playing or have played in your children’s journey of life. Do your children know their relationship with their Creator? Remember: all that they do will be written down, and when their book is presented on the Day of Accountability – the contents will be based on your work! Ask yourself: what are you doing to ensure that your children’s book will reflect righteous deeds, good character and true success?

 

Reading the World With Your Kids

Source : Shawuniversitymosque.org / 8 Mar 2013

Throughout the school year, parents usually ponder the skills that their children need to develop. Many parents choose to practice reading with their children, knowing that better reading skills bring better achievement in school and better understanding of life.

But, you ask, “How, in my hectic schedule, am I going to fit in time to sit down and read with my kids every night?” The solution is not to relegate reading to a specific time and place each day.

 

3 Questions

Source : Islamawareness.net / 2 Mar 2013

There was once a man who was an enemy to Islam. He had three famous questions that no person could answer. No Islamic scholar in Baghdad could answer his three questions...thus he made fun of Islam in public. He constantly ridiculed Islam and the Muslims. One day a small boy, who's age was 10, came along and heard the man yelling and screaming at Muslims in the street. He was challenging people openly to answer the three questions.

 

Accompany Your Child to the Masjid

By ISWM / 18 Feb 2013

When your child is able to perform prayer as due, or even is able to comprehend prayer before reaching the age of distinction, you should accompany him to the masjid so as to perform congregational prayers. This makes the child’s heart attached to the greatest educational institutions in the Muslim society, imbuing the child with love for the masjid. Thus, the parent should edify his child on the virtue of the congregational prayer and that it is twenty-seven times better than the prayers offered alone, and make him love the masjid by trying to please him, for example, whenever you go to the masjid; you may take a trip or go shopping before or after going to the masjid.

 

Guiding our Children to Commemorate Muhammed (pbuh) - the Prophet of Allah.

By Adil Mohd / 24 Jan 2013

1. A Deed a Day

The "A Deed a Day" initiative is a good way to start emulating the Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him), as he (peace and blessings be upon him) encouraged believers to engage in good deeds even if it was as small as smiling to another brother or sister.

Consciously thinking of a good deed every day raises awareness and love of Prophet Muhammad's life, as it stated repeatedly in the Qur'an that we are to follow the way of Muhammad (peace and blessings be upon him).

 

Raising children with deen and dunya

By Hina Khan-Mukhtar | SeekersGuidance | 21 Jun 2012

I still vividly remember the first night I spent by myself in the hospital after delivering my eldest son Shaan. The guests were gone for the day, the hallway lights were dimmed, the nurses were speaking outside my room in muted tones.

“Knock, knock!” came a cheerful voice from the doorway. “Someone’s hungry and wants his mommy!”

 
 

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