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Thursday, August 29, 2019

Rights of Children in Islam, Child in Islam

Child in Islam

Every person in every house on earth wishes to have children. As the presence of the child brings welfare, so does the beauty of the house. Allah Almighty has made human life balanced and attractive through child-satisfaction. In a house where the innocent baby does not have the scum, the beauty and beauty of the house is greatly faded. And to whom Allah has given children, a great responsibility has been placed upon them.

Rights of Children in Islam

     1. The right of the child to the breast of the mother:

 Breastfeeding  a huge impact on the body's growth. Depending on the mother after childbirth. Unless the child is fully capable of eating his own food, Islam has given him breastfeeding. The Great Allah says, "Mothers are theirs Breastfeeding will be a full two years for children."
 [Surah Al-Baqarah: Verse 233]

       2. Keep a good name

Another fundamental right of a child is to give him a beautiful name. It is one of the parents' responsibility to choose a beautiful name for the child. Islam Parents are encouraged to give their children a beautiful and meaningful name. The Prophet Abu Musa Ash-Ari said. He said that when I had a son, I took him to the Prophet. He named him Abraham. Then he chewed the date palm and put it in his mouth and returned it to me. [ Sahih Bukhari Ha- 71 / 1-5467 ]

        3. Akika:

Akika is one of the duties and responsibilities of the parent to provide for the child on the 7th day of childbirth. Samurah reported that Allah's Messenger (may peace be upon him) said, "All the newborns are his
Bound with Akika. On the seventh day of her birth, she will be slaughtered on  behalf. His name will be kept for 7 days. And the hair on his head will be shaved. ”[Sunan Abu Daud: 2838]

         4. circumcision:

Parents are encouraged in Islam to circumcise their children. The hadeeth says: "Narrated by Jabir Radiullah Anhu, the Prophet (peace be upon him) and Hussein Radiullah (peace be upon him) performed the aqiqah and circumcision on the seventh day."

          5. Teaching the Quran:

 There is nothing better than teaching the Qur'an. Because the teaching of the Quran Obligatory From a young age, the child should be taught the Qur'an. Narrated by Usman Radiullah Anhu, The Messenger of Allah (peace be upon him) Said: "The best person among you is the one who teaches the Qur'an and teaches others. "" [Sahih Bukhari: 125]

            6. Transparent Climber:

Regarding the transparency of the economic power of the children, the Prophet (peace be upon him) said, "It is better that you leave your heirs transparent than keeping them (children) in favor of human kindness." [Sahi Bukhari- 435, Sahih Muslim, 1251]

             7. Teaching Prayer:

Another right of a child is to teach him Salat. Amr ibn Shu'aib Radiullah Anhu narrated from his grandfather that his father said, "The Prophet (peace be upon him) said," You instruct your children to pray at seven years of age. [Sunan Abu Dawood: 495]

             8. Friend Attitude:

To give children some time each day, to know and solve their problems and problems, to be regular with them some time.
It is the parent's responsibility to spend time entertaining. The Messenger of Allah (peace be upon him) said.  O Aisha! You are gentle, friendly. Because Allah wants the welfare of a family, then He gives them tenderness and friendship."  [Sahihut Targib: 11, Musnad Ahmad: 104, 112]

              9. Make them workable

One of the things that is important for raising children is to make them workable. The power of faith, the power of the body will grow stronger in all aspects. The Messenger of Allah (PBUH) said, "A stronger believer is better and better than a weak believer in Allah." [Sahih Muslim: 2052]

             10.Giving affection:

Loving children and loving them wholeheartedly is the circumcision of The Messenger of Allah (PBUH) . Abu Hurairah narrated from Radiullah Anhu: "He said," The Messenger of Allah
Allah's Messenger (হাস) kissed Hassan bin Ali Radiullah Anhu and bowed. At that time Akra ibn Habis Radiallahu Anhu was also present. He began to say, I have ten children but I never loved my children.  Allah's Messenger  looked at him and said, "God does not show mercy to anyone who does not show mercy to others." [Sahih Bukhari: 5997]

          11. Marriage:

Marriage should be arranged in due time. Abu Hurairah narrated from the Prophet (peace be upon him) as saying: "It is in the right of the child to have the father; the child will marry him when he becomes an adult." [Jameel Kabir]

          12. Sports:

Children develop their bodies to gain physical and mental development and strength Islam has been encouraged to practice sports. The Prophet (peace be upon him) said," You should shoot arrows and ride on horses. Arrowing is more dear to me than riding a horse."  "[Sunan Tirmizi, 174, Sunan Nasai, 222]

May Allaah accept our children, give them the right to observe their rights properly.

Rights of Children in Islam, Child in Islam

Rights of Children in Islam

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