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For children, it is very important for their education and development to develop love for Allah, His last messenger Muhammad (peace be upon him), and the pious Companions who lived with him.


This love arises in education and development by speaking sincerely about the Islamic religion with knowledge, and then citing those moments that are relevant to the different stages of child development.

Is your child already receiving his or her right to Islamic education?

The right of the child

You are probably wondering why Allah Almighty has given you a child; There is only one direct answer to this.

It is absolutely not just to feed and clothe your child, nor is it just to show off in this temporary worldly life. You have been given the responsibility of your child to raise him with love so that he worships Allah Almighty alone with knowledge.

Allah says in the Quran
(Surah ad-Dhaariyaat: 56)


“And I (Allah) have created the jinns and humans only to worship Me (alone).”

Raising your child to worship only Allah Almighty with pure intention or ikhlas is your responsible duty as a parent. This is a great favor from Allah Almighty with specific wisdom of course. Your child who has your best interests at heart in this temporary worldly life and eternal life in the hereafter should be educated in an educational manner to seek only the satisfaction and rewards of Allah Almighty.

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We use a maximum of 2 classes with 5 students per age category. Providing fun, but above all effective lessons and the social-emotional development of the child are our top priorities.

Who is the Tawfiq Foundation for?

Islamic knowledge, education and training

The Tawfiq Foundation is a concept and household name that provides online professional Islamic lessons for children and learning to read the Quran for beginners. At the Tawfiq Foundation we assume that parents know their responsibilities towards their children, themselves and towards their Lord, Allah Almighty. As a parent you are aware that we are not a cheap babysitting institution.

Children who are part of the Tawfiq Foundation have been entrusted to us by you as a parent, with the aim of conveying correct Islamic knowledge and behavior. Islamic norms and values, educational knowledge and training are of paramount importance to us, and we also expect this from involved parents.

Why e-learning?

Islamic knowledge through e-learning

There are more and more ways to acquire new Islamic knowledge. Online learning in particular, or rather e-learning, has made enormous progress in recent times in acquiring Islamic knowledge.

We at the Tawfiq Foundation believe in the future of online learning for both children and adults. The future lies mainly in the form of independent online courses in combination with online classroom lessons in small groups that you can take anytime, anywhere. This way, parents, caregivers and children can make optimal use of their time.

E-learning and taking Islamic classes offer you and your children many benefits to succeed in this worldly life and in the hereafter!

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Supervise their children

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Support the children

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Are you a Muslim parent who would like to gain insight into what your child learns, how it is formed, how the Islamic identity is developed, and who wants to leave a spiritual educational legacy for her child? Then the Tawfiq Foundation is a companion for you in this world to realize this, with the will of Allah the Almighty.

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Frequently asked questions to the Tawfiq Foundation
from Muslim parents over the past 3 years

Maintaining Islamic identity is of great importance because Allah teaches us in the Quran that we should not neglect or forget our religion, even in a non-Islamic society. Allah (swt) says in the Quran (surah Al-Baqarah 2:132): “And this was the religion of Abraham, who submitted to Allah and he was not of the idolaters.”
Hadith: Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) said: “Every newborn baby is born in a natural disposition (fitrah), it is his parents who make him a Jew, a Christian or a magician.” (Sahih al-Bukhari 1358)
A good education starts early. It is important to familiarize children with the teachings of Islam from an early age. In the Quran, Allah (swt) (interpretation of the translation) says in (surah Ta-Ha 20:132): “And order your family to maintain prayer and persevere in it. We do not ask for any maintenance from you; We provide for you and the end is for the righteous.”
Hadith: Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) said: “Pay attention to prayer and make sure that your children start performing prayer at the age of seven.” (Sunan Abu Dawood 494)
The basic principles of an Islamic education include teaching tawheed (oneness of Allah), following the Quran and Sunnah, and practicing Islamic values ​​in daily life. In the Quran, Allah (swt) (interpretation of the translation) says in (surah Al-Imraan 3:104): “And let there be among you a group who call to good, enjoin what is good and forbid what is evil. And they are the ones who will be successful.”
Hadith: The Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) said: “Every one of you is a shepherd and every one of you will be held responsible for his flock.” (Sahih al-Bukhari 6718)
Parents can instill love for Allah and Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) by setting a good example, teaching the teachings of Islam and demonstrating the beauty of following Islam. In the Quran, Allah (swt) (interpretation of the translation) says in (surah Al-Imraan 3:31): “Say: If you truly love Allah, follow me, Allah will love you and forgive your sins. And Allah is Oft-Forgiving, Most Merciful.”
Hadith: The Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) said: “None of you truly believes until I am more beloved to him than his father, his children and all the people.” (Sahih al-Bukhari 15)
Parents play a crucial role in shaping their children's identities. They must create a positive and supportive environment in which the values ​​and principles of Islam are lived. In the Quran, Allah (swt) (interpretation of the translation) says in (surah Al-Taghabun 64:14): “O you who believe, indeed among your wives and children are your enemies. So beware of them.” This means that parents are responsible for the guidance and protection of their children.
Hadith: Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) said: “Each of you is a shepherd and each of you will be held responsible for his flock. The leader is a shepherd and he will be held responsible for his subjects. The man is a shepherd in his family and he will be held responsible for his flock. The woman is a shepherd in her husband's house and she will be held responsible for her flock.” (Saheeh al-Bukhari 6719)
Parents should start with the fundamentals of Islam, such as teaching tawheed (the oneness of Allah), prayer, morality, respect and love for Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him). In the Quran, Allah (swt) (interpretation of the translation) says in (surah Al-Baqarah 2:83): “And [remember] when We made a covenant with the Children of Israel: 'Worship none but Allah, and be good for parents and relatives, for orphans and the needy and speak to the people in a good manner and maintain prayer and give Zakat.' Then you turned away, except for a few of you, and became apostates.”
Hadith: The Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) said: “Start teaching your children to pray when they are seven years old and discipline them to perform it when they are ten.” (Sunan Abu Dawood 495)
Muslim parents must show respect and treat non-believers kindly. They should clarify Islamic teachings and patiently explain why they hold certain beliefs and practices. In the Quran, Allah (swt) (interpretation of the translation) says in (surah Al-Ankabut 29:46): “And argue with the people in the best manner.” This means that discussions and interactions must take place in a peaceful and respectful manner.
Hadith: The Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) said: “Whoever does not protect a believer from his sayings and actions is not a believer.” (Saheeh Muslim 49)
Muslim parents must show tolerance, respect and understanding towards people of other faiths. They must be open to dialogue and make friends with others, while maintaining their own Islamic identity. In the Quran, Allah (swt) (interpretation of the translation) says in (surah Al-Kafiroon 109:6): “You have your religion and I have my religion.”
Hadith: Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) said: “Whoever connects a believer with a bond of brotherhood has strengthened his bond with Allah.” (Saheeh al-Bukhari 6016)
Parents can teach their children to be good citizens by educating them about the Islamic values ​​of honesty, justice, generosity and kindness to others. In the Quran, Allah (swt) (interpretation of the translation) says in (surah Al-Baqarah 2:195): “And do good, for Allah loves those who do good.”
Hadith: Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) said: “The best among you are those who are most useful to others.” (Musnad Ahmad 23401)
Parents can help their children maintain their faith by providing them with knowledge about Islam, encouraging them to choose good companions, and guiding them in maintaining their prayers and adhering to Islamic precepts. In the Quran, Allah (swt) (interpretation of the translation) says in (surah Al-Imraan 3:200): “O you who believe, persevere and be patient, and fight with us for the sake of Allah.”
Hadith: The Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) said: “Whoever strives to follow the paths of knowledge, Allah will guide him on the path to Paradise.” (Sunan Ibn Majah 223)
Parents can teach their children to treat diversity with respect by teaching them the Islamic principles of tolerance, understanding and respect for others. In the Quran, Allah (swt) (interpretation of the translation) says in (surah Al-Hujurat 49:13): “O mankind, We have created you from a male and a female, and We have made you into nations and tribes, that you would get to know each other.”
Hadith: The Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) said: “Whoever is not merciful to others will not receive mercy.” (Sahih al-Bukhari 6021)

Parents can help their children deal with discrimination or prejudice by teaching them that all people are equal before Allah, regardless of their origin, race or religion. They should encourage them to respond in a peaceful and sensible manner, and teach them to fight injustice through patience and forgiveness. In the Quran, Allah (swt) (interpretation of the translation) says in (surah Al-Hujurat 49:13): “O people, We have created you from a male and a female, and We have made you into nations and tribes, that you would know each other. Verily, the most noble of you in the sight of Allah is the one among you who fears (Allah) the most.”

Parents can teach their children to live together peacefully by helping them understand the importance of dialogue, understanding and tolerance. They can show them how Islam calls for respect for religious diversity and the avoidance of conflict. In the Quran, Allah (swt) (interpretation of the translation) says in (surah Al-Kafiroon 109:6): “You have your religion and I have my religion.”
Hadith: Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) said: “Whoever connects a believer with a bond of brotherhood has strengthened his bond with Allah.” (Saheeh al-Bukhari 6016)
Parents can help their children to do good by guiding them in adhering to Islamic principles and avoiding bad influences. They should have open communication with their children, give them confidence and encourage them to choose good companions. In the Quran, Allah (swt) (interpretation of the translation) says in (surah Al-Asr 103:3): “Except those who believe and do righteous deeds, and exhort one another to the truth, and exhort one another to patience.”
Hadith: Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) said: “A person follows the faith of his friends, so let each of you be careful whom he chooses as a friend.” (Sunan Abu Dawood 4833)
Parents play a vital role in promoting morality and ethics in their children. They should set a good example, encourage virtue and emphasize the moral values ​​of Islam. In the Quran, Allah (swt) (interpretation of the translation) says in (surah Al-Qalam 68:4): “And verily you are of a sublime moral character.”
Hadith: Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) said: “The best among you are those who have the best morality.” (Saheeh al-Bukhari 6029)
Parents can teach their children to be patient by emphasizing the importance of patience in Islam and encouraging them to remain patient in difficult situations. In the Quran, Allah (swt) (interpretation of the translation) says in (surah Al-Baqarah 2:155): “And verily We will try you with some fear and hunger and diminution of wealth and lives and fruits. But give glad tidings to the patient.”
Hadith: The Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) said: “Whoever is patient will receive his reward without measure.” (Sahih al-Bukhari 5645)
Parents can teach their children to be forgiving by emphasizing the importance of forgiveness in Islam and encouraging them to forgive others. In the Quran, Allah (swt) (interpretation of the translation) says in (surah An-Nur 24:22): “And let not those who do wrong be despised for what they have committed. After all, they are your brothers. And let them forgive and remember that Allah is Forgiving and Merciful.”
Hadith: Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) said: “Whoever shows no mercy will not receive mercy.” (Sahih al-Bukhari 6136)
Parents can teach their children to demonstrate good behavior and manners by setting a good example, guiding them in the etiquette of Islam and encouraging them to be respectful and polite to others. In the Quran, Allah (swt) (interpretation of the translation) says in (surah Al-Hujurat 49:11): “O you who believe, let not a group mock (another group), perhaps they are better than them. And do not let a group of women mock (another group), perhaps they are better than them.”
Hadith: The Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) said: “The best among you are those who have the best manners.” (Saheeh al-Bukhari 6029)
Parents can teach their children to be generous and give alms by emphasizing the importance of charity in Islam and encouraging them to help others. In the Quran, Allah (swt) (interpretation of the translation) says in (surah Al-Baqarah 2:195): “And do good, for Allah loves those who do good.”
Hadith: The Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) said: “The hand that gives is better than the hand that receives.” (Sahih al-Bukhari 142)
Parents can teach their children to be honest and have integrity by emphasizing the importance of honesty in Islam and encouraging them to always speak the truth and act honestly. In the Quran, Allah (swt) (interpretation of the translation) says in (surah Al-Ma'idah 5:8): “O you who believe, be firm in righteousness as witnesses to Allah, even if it is to your detriment itself.”
Hadith: The Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) said: “Avoid lying, for lying leads to immorality and immorality leads to the Fire. And a person continues to lie until he is registered with Allah as a liar.” (Saheeh Muslim 2607)
Parents can teach their children to show respect for parents and elders by emphasizing the importance of respect in Islam and encouraging them to treat their parents and elders with respect and kindness. In the Qur'an, Allah (swt) (interpretation of the translation) says in (surah Al-Isra 17:23): “And your Lord has decreed that you shall worship none but Him alone, and show kindness to your parents.”
Hadith: The Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) said: “Paradise is at the feet of the mothers.” (Sunan Ibn Majah 2781)
Parents can teach their children to take responsibility for their actions by encouraging them to think about the consequences of their actions and teaching them that they are responsible for their choices. In the Quran, Allah (swt) (interpretation of the translation) says in (surah An-Najm 53:39-40): “And a soul bears no burden except its own. And no burden-bearer will be burdened with the burden of another.”
Hadith: Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) said: “Every person remains tied to his actions until he takes responsibility for them.” (Sahih al-Bukhari 6491)
Parents can teach their children how to manage money and finances well by teaching them about the Islamic principles of responsibility, thrift, generosity and avoiding extravagant spending. In the Quran, Allah (swt) (interpretation of the translation) says in (surah Al-Isra 17:80): “And be frugal in your expenditure, for the spendthrifts are brothers of the devils.”
Hadith: The Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) said: “It is better for one of you to pick up a piece of iron and sell it and meet his needs with the proceeds, than to lay hands on others , either they give him something or they don't.” (Saheeh al-Bukhari 1465)
Parents can teach their children to be patient in acquiring material things by teaching them that satisfaction with what Allah has given them is more important than the pursuit of material possessions. In the Quran, Allah (swt) (interpretation of the translation) says in (surah Al-Baqarah 2:155): “And verily We will try you with some fear and hunger and diminution of wealth and lives and fruits. But give glad tidings to the patient.”
Hadith: Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) said: “Wealth is not based on having many possessions, but wealth is the wealth of the soul.” (Sahih al-Bukhari 6410)
Parents can help their children develop self-discipline and self-control by encouraging them to control their desires and impulses, and by teaching them that controlling themselves is a sign of strength. In the Quran, Allah (swt) (interpretation of the translation) says in (surah Al-A'raf 7:201): “And engage in patience. Verily, Allah is with those who are patient.”
Hadith: Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) said: “The strongest person is the one who controls himself in anger.” (Sahih al-Bukhari 6114)
Parents can help their children develop self-confidence and self-esteem by providing positive reinforcement, recognizing their talents and skills, and encouraging them to take on challenges. In the Quran, Allah (swt) (interpretation of the translation) says in (surah Al-Hujurat 49:13): “O mankind, We have created you from a male and a female, and We have made you into nations and tribes, that you would get to know each other. Verily, the most noble of you in the sight of Allah is the one among you who fears (Allah) the most.”
Hadith: Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) said: “None of you truly believes until he wishes for his brother what he wishes for himself.” (Sahih al-Bukhari 13)
Parents can teach their children to be patient in achieving success by helping them understand that success takes time and effort, and that it is important to persevere and rely on Allah's guidance. In the Quran, Allah (swt) (interpretation of the translation) says in (surah Al-Baqarah 2:153): “O you who believe, seek help in patience and prayer; verily Allah is with those who are patient.”
Hadith: The Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) said: “Whoever perseveres patiently will succeed.” (Saheeh Muslim 2999)
Parents can teach their children that success is not measured solely by material wealth, but by inner satisfaction, virtue, and the pursuit of good deeds. In the Quran, Allah (swt) (interpretation of the translation) says in (surah Al-Isra 17:80): “And be frugal in your expenditure, for the spendthrifts are brothers of the devils.”
Hadith: Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) said: “Wealth is not based on having many possessions, but wealth is the wealth of the soul.” (Sahih al-Bukhari 6410)
Parents can teach their children to be grateful for what they have by making them aware of Allah's blessings in their lives and encouraging them to express gratitude regularly. In the Quran, Allah (swt) (interpretation of the translation) says in (surah An-Nahl 16:18): “And if you count the favor of Allah, you cannot enumerate it. Verily, Allah is Oft-Forgiving, Most Merciful.”
Hadith: Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) said: “Whoever is not grateful for small blessings will not be grateful for great blessings.” (Sunan Ibn Majah 4164)
Parents can teach their children to be humble by helping them understand that all good qualities and achievements come from Allah, and that they should always remain modest and respectful of others. In the Quran, Allah (swt) (interpretation of the translation) says in (surah Al-Hujurat 49:11): “O you who believe, let not a group mock (another group), perhaps they are better than them. And do not let a group of women mock (another group), perhaps they are better than them.”
Hadith: The Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) said: “Whoever humbles himself before Allah, Allah will exalt him.” (Saheeh Muslim 2588)
Parents can teach their children to develop good communication skills by teaching them to listen, speak respectfully, and express their feelings and thoughts in a clear and constructive way. In the Quran, Allah (swt) (interpretation of the translation) says in (surah Al-Baqarah 2:83): “And [remember] when We made a covenant with the Children of Israel: 'Worship none but Allah, and be good for parents and relatives, for orphans and the needy and speak to the people in a good manner and maintain prayer and give Zakat.' Then you turned away, except for a few of you, and became apostates.”
Hadith: The Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) said: “Whoever believes in Allah and the Last Day, let him say something good or else remain silent.” (Sahih al-Bukhari 6137)
Parents can teach their children to resolve conflicts peacefully by teaching them to be understanding, compromise, and use constructive communication and negotiation skills. In the Quran, Allah (swt) (interpretation of the translation) says in (surah Al-Hujurat 49:9): “And if two groups of believers fight with each other, then bring about reconciliation between them.”
Hadith: The Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) said: “It is better for you to avoid a conflict with your brother than to meet him with a face full of anger.” (Sahih al-Bukhari 6237)
Parents can teach their children to communicate respectfully with others, including online, by making them aware of the power of words and the importance of kindness, politeness and avoiding insults. In the Quran, Allah (swt) (interpretation of the translation) says in (surah Al-Isra 17:53): “And tell My servants to speak kindly. Verily, the devil sows enmity among them. Truly, the devil is a clear enemy to man.”
Hadith: The Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) said: “Whoever walks in peace will receive peace.” (Sunan Abu Dawood 4801)
Parents can help their children develop good study skills by guiding them in planning and organizing their study time, encouraging regular and disciplined studying, and providing a supportive learning environment. In the Quran, Allah (swt) (interpretation of the translation) says in (surah Al-Isra 17:80): “And be frugal in your expenditure, for the spendthrifts are brothers of the devils.”
Hadith: Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) said: “Allah loves the one who does his work well.” (Sunan Ibn Majah 4217)
Parents can encourage their children to pursue knowledge and learning by emphasizing the importance of education and knowledge in Islam, providing them with good resources and educational opportunities, and encouraging their curiosity and passion for learning. In the Quran, Allah (swt) (interpretation of the translation) says in (surah Al-Qalam 68:4): “And verily you are of a sublime moral character36. How can parents teach their children to choose good friends?
Parents can teach their children to choose good friends by making them aware of the importance of friendships in Islam, teaching them to recognize valuable character traits, and encouraging them to seek the company of those who bring them closer to Allah. In the Quran, Allah (swt) (interpretation of the translation) says in (surah Al-Kahf 18:28): “And keep yourselves together with those who call on their Lord morning and evening, seeking His pleasure .”
Hadith: Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) said: “A person follows the faith of his friends, so let each of you be careful whom he chooses as a friend.” (Sunan Abu Dawood 4833)
Parents can help their children develop good social skills by teaching them to listen to others, show empathy, be respectful, and contribute constructively to social interactions. In the Quran, Allah (swt) (interpretation of the translation) says in (surah Al-Hujurat 49:11): “O you who believe, let not a group mock (another group), perhaps they are better than them. And do not let a group of women mock (another group), perhaps they are better than them.”
Hadith: Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) said: “Whoever exhibits the best behavior in dealing with people will be closest to me on the Day of Judgment.” (Jami' at-Tirmidhi 2018)
Parents can help their children manage their time effectively by teaching them to prioritize, balance religious obligations, study, work and leisure, and encourage them to use their time consciously and productively. In the Quran, Allah (swt) (interpretation of the translation) says in (surah Al-Asr 103:1-2): “In keeping with the times! Verily, man is certainly in loss.”
Hadith: Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) said: “There are two blessings that most people lack: health and leisure.” (Sahih al-Bukhari 6412)
Parents can teach their children to take responsibility for the environment by making them aware of Islamic teachings on the conservation of creation, encouraging them to use natural resources with care, and encouraging them to actively participate to environmentally friendly initiatives. In the Quran, Allah (swt) (interpretation of the translation) says in (surah Al-A'raf 7:56): “And do not cause mischief on the earth after its reform.”
Hadith: The Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) said: “There is no harm or retaliation for harm in Islam.” (Sunan Abu Dawood 4152)
Parents can teach their children to be good citizens and respect the laws of the land by explaining to them the importance of obeying the laws and adhering to the rules of society, and encouraging them to be active and positive to contribute to society. In the Quran, Allah (swt) (interpretation of the translation) says in (surah An-Nisa 4:59): “O you who believe, obey Allah and obey the Messenger and those of you who are in authority.”
Hadith: Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) said: “Whoever obeys the ruler, obeys me; and whoever disobeys the leader disobeys me.” (Saheeh al-Bukhari 6724)
Parents can teach their children to contribute to society and help others by emphasizing the importance of volunteerism, charity and service in Islam, encouraging them to actively participate in community projects and teaching them to serve others with kindness. and treat with compassion. In the Quran, Allah (swt) (interpretation of the translation) says in (surah Al-Baqarah 2:195): “And do good, for Allah loves those who do good.”
Hadith: Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) said: “The best among you is the one who is useful to others.” (Sunan Ibn Majah 4169)
Parents can teach their children to show respect for parents and elders by emphasizing the importance of respect in Islam, teaching them to show obedience and kindness to parents and elders, and encouraging them to be caring and helpful. In the Qur'an, Allah (swt) (interpretation of the translation) says in (surah Al-Isra 17:23): “And your Lord has decreed that you shall worship none but Him alone, and show kindness to your parents.”
Hadith: The Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) said: “Paradise is at the feet of the mothers.” (Sunan Ibn Majah 2781)
Parents can teach their children to be honest and have integrity by emphasizing the importance of honesty in Islam, teaching them to always tell the truth, trade fairly and fulfill their obligations. In the Quran, Allah (swt) (interpretation of the translation) says in (surah Al-Ma'idah 5:8): “O you who believe, be firm in righteousness as witnesses to Allah, even if it is to your detriment itself.”
Hadith: The Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) said: “Avoid lying, for lying leads to immorality and immorality leads to the Fire. And a person continues to lie until he is registered with Allah as a liar.” (Saheeh Muslim 2607)
Parents can teach their children to respect others, regardless of their origin or social status, by emphasizing the importance of equality and brotherhood in Islam, teaching them that all people are equal before Allah, and encouraging them to treat everyone with kindness. and deal with justice. In the Quran, Allah (swt) (interpretation of the translation) says in (surah Al-Hujurat 49:13): “O mankind, We have created you from a male and a female, and We have made you into nations and tribes, that you would get to know each other. Verily, the most noble of you in the sight of Allah is the one among you who fears (Allah) the most.”
Hadith: Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) said: “None of you truly believes until he wishes for his brother what he wishes for himself.” (Sahih al-Bukhari 13)
Parents can teach their children to be tolerant of people of other faiths by emphasizing the importance of respect and peaceful coexistence in Islam, teaching them that diversity is an enrichment and encouraging them to promote dialogue and understanding. In the Quran, Allah (swt) (interpretation of the translation) says in (surah Al-Kafiroon 109:6): “You have your religion and I have my religion.”
Hadith: Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) said: “Whoever connects a believer with a bond of brotherhood has strengthened his bond with Allah.” (Saheeh al-Bukhari 6016)
Parents can teach their children good behavior in the mosque by explaining to them the importance of reverence and respect in Islamic places of worship, teaching them how to behave during prayer, and encouraging them to remain silent and focused. to be. In the Quran, Allah (swt) (interpretation of the translation) says in (surah Al-Baqarah 2:114): “And who is more unjust than he who prevents His name from being mentioned in the mosques, and strives to destroy?"
Hadith: The Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) said: “Whoever performs prayer as prescribed, his sins will be forgiven as the day he was born.” (Saheeh Muslim 777)
Parents can help their children to have the right intention (niyyah) in doing good deeds by making them aware of the importance of sincerity and purifying the intention for Allah's pleasure, and teaching them that good deeds should be done for the sake of Allah alone. In the Quran, Allah (swt) (interpretation of the translation) says in (surah Al-Bayyinah 98:5): “And they are not commanded except to serve Allah with pure worship, as people of sincere religion.”
Hadith: The Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) said: “Verily, every action is judged by the intention behind it.” (Sahih al-Bukhari 1)
Parents can help their children to perform daily prayers at an early age by explaining the importance of prayer in Islam, teaching them how to perform the prayers and encouraging them to pray regularly. In the Quran, Allah (swt) (interpretation of the translation) says in (surah Ta-Ha 20:132): “And order your family to maintain prayer and be steadfast in it.”
Hadith: The Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) said: “Order your children to pray at an early age, and punish them at the age of seven if they do not pray, and separate them in bed.” (Sunan Abu Dawood 494)
Parents can help their children read and understand the Quran by guiding them in learning the Arabic language to read the Quran, encouraging daily recitation and memorization, and explaining the meaning of the verses and to discuss. In the Quran, Allah (swt) (interpretation of the translation) says in (surah Al-Isra 17:78): “Perform the prayer at the beginning of the night and half of the daily recitation. Verily, the good deeds erase the bad deeds. This is a reminder for those who allow themselves to be remembered.”
Hadith: Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) said: “The best among you is the one who learns and teaches the Quran.” (Saheeh al-Bukhari 5027)
Parents can help their children protect themselves from negative influences and temptations by making them aware of the dangers of bad influences, teaching them about the importance of choosing the right friends and avoiding forbidden things, and teaching them encourage to adhere to the Quran, Sunnah and good morality. In the Quran, Allah (swt) (interpretation of the translation) says in (surah Al-Imran 3:110): “You are the best community created for mankind: you enjoin good, forbid evil and believe in Allah .”
Hadith: Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) said: “A person is influenced by the faith of his friends, so pay attention to who your friends are.” (Sunan Abu Dawood 4833)

Islam, Quran and Arabic lessons

Students and parents at our online Islamic education are unanimously enthusiastic about their experiences and demo lessons with Tawfiq.nl and Zoom. Some reactions from parents who have had their children take demo lessons:

 “Very nice way of conveying Islamic knowledge to children and parents.”  

“My family situation and planning fit perfectly with your organization! Finally Islamic lessons for our children!”  

“A soothing feeling that you do not belong to an institution or mosque. This way the focus is purely on the Islamic lessons.”  

“It's about time that Islamic lessons for children and parents can be followed at home. It feels a lot safer at home.”  

“Saves a lot of travel time, gas money and organization to an Islamic educational institution or mosque! Great solution for our children!”  

“I have been saying this for years that it should be possible for children to take lessons from home. I am happy that as an organization you are moving with the times.”

We are not a commercial institution but are a self-organization that does not use or request government subsidies. We are a foundation that, when necessary, raises collections and asks for financial support and donations from its community. Our foundation will also organize benefits when the need is dire or progressive to safeguard the Islamic identity of Dutch Muslims. Our foundation also works as much as possible with its own working capacity, are free, independent and unbound and rely only on Allah as the Only Provider.

Doctrine of Faith (Aqieda)
Faith Practice (Ibada)
Character Formation (Achlaq)
Good manners (Adaab)
Arabic (Reading and Speaking)

Your prayer times today
PrayerTime
Fajr04:27
Shorok05:36
Dohr13:35
Asr17:51
Maghrib21:35
Source22:43

Biography Companions
Social Justice (ADL)
Biography of Prophet Muhammad
Interaction with people (Mu'amalat)
Learn to recite Quran for beginners

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