Teaching Children Tawheed
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- Shaykhul-Islaam Muhammad bin 'Abdu-Wahhaab
- 5.8 x 8.3 inches
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Description from the publisher: The noble Imaam, Shaykh Muhammad bin Abdul-Wahhaab said: "So this beneficial treatise is in regards to what is obligatory upon the human being to teach the children, before teaching them the Quran, so he becomes a person who is complete, upon the fitrah of Islam, and a good, firm muwwahid (person of Tawheed) upon the path of Eemaan (true, correct faith)." Before the noble reader is the translation of a short but concise treatise by the great imaam and reviver, Shaykhul-Islam Muhammad bin Abdul-Wahhaab - may Allah have mercy upon him - entitled "Teaching Children Tawheed". The Imaam wrote it in order to direct us to those matters which we must have knowledge of and then teach our children, comprising important fundamentals of the Religion of Islam, written in the form of questions and answers. And for the benefit of the reader, it is followed by "Examples from the Quran, the Sunnah and the Statements of the Salaf related to raising children", a compilation that illustrates the way of Ahlus-Sunnah in various aspects of child-rearing, from establishing the proper environment in the home and teaching them the correct belief and methodology, to marrying off one's daughters. Includes: Giving the Children a Good Beginning Establishing a conducive environment for Children in the home Showing Love, Affection and Mercy towards the Children Good treatment towards ones Children and providing for them and fulfilling their Rights Teaching Children Tawheed and the Correct 'Aqeedah Teaching Children the Danger of Innovation in the Deen and Protecting them from it Encouraging the Children upon Acts of Worship and Obedience Encouraging the Children upon Seeking Knowledge Supplicating for the Children and Greeting them and Conveying Salaam to them Kindness and Good Manners towards the Children and being patient with them Justice between the Children Cultivating the Children upon Good Manners and Etiquettes Marrying off ones.