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How does Islam care about the orphans?

How does Islam care about the orphans?

According to Islam, orphans are those children who are left with no protection because their fathers have passed away. Many orphans have no source of income and/or a guardian to take care of them. This is where Muslims as a community have to step in and aid the orphans even if the mother is still living.

Why is it important for the Muslims to believe in the Holy Prophet saw as the last prophet?

It is said in the Holy Quran that the people who believe in Allah they should obey the Prophet (PBUH) as well. Mohammad (PBUH) is the last Prophet of Allah. His prophethood is sufficient for all humanity up to the end of this world. No one will be blessed with prophethood and no previous prophet will be followed.

Why should we follow Prophet Muhammad?

Most important, we should take Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) as our role model. We should follow his guidance in all things, large and small. They provide a living example of the life of the Prophet (pbuh). They also instill love and respect for him in the hearts of Muslims.

How did the Prophet raise children?

You will learn how the Prophet nurtured and trained the children around him by: • Building emotional security and trust. Helping children connect to Islamic beliefs such as Allah, the Hereafter, and the Quran. Building positive associations with the worship of Allah. Developing good morals and admirable behavior.

Is it permissible to adopt a child in Islam?

Why Islam prohibits adoption Physical intimacy with a person with whom nikah and sexual relations are possible, is not permissible. However, in 2014, the apex court ruled that the Islamic personal law prohibition against adoption cannot bar a Muslim from adopting a child under the Juvenile Justice Act.

What does the prophet say about children?

“Your children are not your children. They are the sons and daughters of Life’s longing for itself… You may give them your love but not your thoughts, for they have their own thoughts.

What are the rules of adoption in Islam?

Adoption: Adoption in its legal form is prohibited in Islam, but Islam allowed persons to cover needy namely orphaned children with protection and financial support. In other words, any parent can give the parental care and affection to a child without granting him any legal obligations such as inheritance.

What are the qualities of prophet Muhammad SAW?

He maintained the best characteristics in his roles as father, husband, friend, ruler, governor, teacher, statesman, protector of the weak, widows, and poor, a guide to the rich, a guardian of the orphans, and a servant of Allah.

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