By Abdullah Nasih Ulwan
This ebook outlines the elemental Islamic techniques in baby schooling. the writer has attempted to coordiante the most principles, in addition to the fundamentals precepts for elevating Muslim youngsters in all of the assorted spheres of existence. firstly, the significance of right trust and religion can't be inculcated in youngsters other than throughout the educating and instance in their mom and dad; and clearly, the function of the mature and spiritual mom is greatest. This nation of concord can merely be accomplished while matrimonial kinfolk are particularly sturdy. Care is to be taken in offering childrens with the entire helpful parts within the fields of moral, actual and mental schooling. this can't be overemphasized. it truly is validated that the typical diseases of human societies, own in addition to social, locate their treatment in monotheism and justice. hence, emphasis on those ethical ideas is vital. Muslim young ones needs to boost a transparent figuring out of the concept that of the oneness of Allah, regularly in the course of the functionality of devotional acts of worship, to Him, and during constructing a feeling of justice in all team of workers and social dealings. the writer has succinlty defined those wonderful options during this ebook. via his deep figuring out of Islam, and his eminent conviction and private adherence to its wonderful rules, he introduces this e-book to the readers, with all useful directions, with the purpose of aiding to accumulate a Muslim country, worthly to uphold the honorable tenets of the fantastic Qur'an and Sunnah.** [C:\Users\Microsoft\Documents\Calibre Library]
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Child Education in Islam by Abdullah Nasih Ulwan