How do Muslim Families Transfer their Ethics and Values to Future Generations?

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Being attached to family is one of the most striking features of Muslim culture. Family is the foundation of Islamic society. When an Islamic family is united it is regarded as balanced ,healthy, and promotes spritual gowth. It is commonly found that Muslim families live with their extended family members in a community promoting comfort, support and security (discover islam.com). One-way that Muslims transmit their values and ethics in the 21st century is through teachings in the home. It is the responsibility of parents to teach the children the values and ethics of the Islamic religion. If the guardian passes away it then becomes the extended family's obligation to teach the children the Islamic faith. It is the father’s role in the …show more content…
Being attached to family is one of the most striking features of Muslim culture. Family is the foundation of Islamic society. When an Islamic family is united it is regarded as balanced ,healthy, and promotes spritual gowth. It is commonly found that Muslim families live with their extended family members in a community promoting comfort, support and security (discover islam.com). One-way that Muslims transmit their values and ethics in the 21st century is through teachings in the home. It is the responsibility of parents to teach the children the values and ethics of the Islamic religion. If the guardian passes away it then becomes the extended family's obligation to teach the children the Islamic faith. It is the father’s role in the family to be the source of revenue and ensure the perpetuation of the religion within the family. The duty of a mother is to educate the children and raise them in the ways of Allah. In the Hadith is says,
As a muslim parent they have the reponsiblity to instill all relgious morals, ethic’s and traditon’s into their young. It is different for girls and boys an example of this is prayer. The key purpose of Salat (prayer) in Islam is to stand before God and ask for guidance on the straight path (the correct way on life) and to give thanks and praise to their almighty God. Salat is an important act to perform correctly as it is one of the five pillars of Islam (Suliman, 2014). The practices that are most important to Muslims are the five pillars
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