Tag: PARENT

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Mother’s Day – innovation or Islamic obligation?

For Muslims, every single day is Mother's Day, argues Dr. Izzadeen Chowdhury, in this eye-opening piece that is sure to change the way you look at this festive occasion.

The Impact of Adverse Experiences on Children

Even babies can experience distress, writes Dr. Zeyn Green-Thompson. Do you know the consequences of adverse experiences in childhood?

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Back to School: Sex Education is Changing (FAQs)

Click to find out your rights and responsibilities as a parent from September 2020 onwards.

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A Destructive Education

The burgeoning Muslim middle classes are walking into an epidemic, writes educationalist Usman Qureshi.

Planning for our Children’s Future

Saʿīd b. Musayyib would say to his son: “By Allāh, I remember you at times which pushes me to pray extra prayers for the sake of your righteousness.”

Hadiths to Teach Your Children

Words from the best father that ever lived, sallAllāhu ʿalayhī wasallam...

40 Hadiths for Raising Children – Part 2

Nurturing good character and brotherhood in children...

40 Hadiths for Raising Children

Raising the next generation – practical tips from the Sunnah

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UK’s first license for “three-parent baby” given

The Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority (HFEA), has today confirmed that it has granted a clinic in Newcastle the first license to carry out a controversial IVF treatment to create a so-called “three-parent baby”. It is the first to get the green light in the UK for the construction of

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Nurturing the Ummah in 2016

Scroll down for an interactive timeline on articles focusing on nurturing the next generation Children are a blessing from Allāh. In the Qur’ān when children are mentioned they are referred to as a gift or a granted treasure. Few examples include At that, Zakariyah called upon his Lord, saying, "My