Quranic and Sunnah Educational Principles of the Muslim Child


Child's personality development in Islam, in fact, represents the building of the Islamic community and a step on the way for the establishment of life, state, law, and civilization in accordance with the blessed Islamic principles, in order to achieve the happiness of the human being and to protect the components of society and preserve human safety. Child is the issue of interest across many years. Paying heed to childhood issues is not a recent one. The faith of these communities in the child's rights and his education, which makes a man who cherishes himself and his language and homeland. The success of Islamic goals, the happiness of the individual and the safety of society depend on the integrity of the process of education, which urge us to dedicate a great deal of our efforts, practices, and interests to the proper development and preparation of the child, to be a good person and a useful member of the Islamic community, and to have a constructive and effective role in life, as well as being prepared for the proper living in the context of great Islam, consistent with its reality and its own tendencies with Islamic law. According to the above, the problem of research in the principles and methods of religious education of the Holy Quran and the Sunnah of the Muslim child. The researcher used the analytical descriptive approach by reference to the primary sources relevant to the subject and then presented the types of education and its various aspects that should be taken care of in order to prepare a good citizen. It also became clear that there is religious, social, psychological, mental and scientific education. In Islamic legislation, which is exemplified by example and preaching and stir up emotion, education, encouragement, and intimidation. Educational experiences have proven that the best means of integrity of behavior and ethics is education based on religious belief and raising the individual on moral principles and behavioral and emotional virtues, including the righteousness and respect of parents, and the commitment of literature in dealing with others starting with the family and ending with various social institutions. The study also revealed the existence of educational and social institutions that broadcast the science and knowledge of the Muslim child and was raised in the embrace of the guidance of Islam. Finally, the study presents a set of recommendations, the most important of which is the need to work on the construction of an Islamic educational theory, mercy in childhood and a guarantee for the happiness of humanity.