2012/07/31

Should I put my children in a public school?

I put my children to kindergarden until they were five and seven. It is very hard to have the children in a school that do not teach about islam or pray or anything that has to do with islam. They learn many things, but they forget about islam. If you work, you will definitively not have time to guarde your childrens' education. That is why I moved to an islamic country. Before I did that it was almost impossible to teach them arabic, about islam, prayer or anything. But after they attended this new school where everybody around them talks arabic and they learn arabaic in school and also Qur'an, and they hear adhan and see many people go to the masjids and see me pray more, they started to get interested in islam. They were not exposed either to nudity and when they came back to Sweden in only one year after that, they were chocked about how many that wore little clothes. They asked why mummy? Why? That is a progress. The year before that they really did not care at all, none of them. Now they understand. And you have to teach them now, before they reach 12 years old. AFter that you can't give them the "feeling" and the good basics and perhaps they won't even listen to you. So please, think about your decision. It is much better to have home-school, than putting them to this school. In Sweden it is forbidden to have home-school and that is too sad because of the communist system.


If it is not possible to live in a Muslim country and let the children have friends there, certainly you must strive to take your teenage girl or boy to places where she or he can meet Muslim girl-friends/sisters,or boy-friends/brothers  like the Mosque. She or he is also old enough to make Hajj and visit Egypt, Saudi-Arabia and other Muslim countries. You must make her or him FEEL islam. Talk about things that she or he can't talk about with others like the unknown - "ghost" djinn - angels - what happens after death in the graves. Read not only for her, or him but tell her and him the things that excites you the most. He or She will FEEL that. It is too late to start something with her. You have one chance - before he or she is twelve/adult - then he or she must act within, with his or her own intentions, if he or she does not, it will all be forbiddance for him or her and perhaps he or she will hate islam! You have a year to go inchallah, make a plan directly and please have home-schooling (i have with my children in Sweden where it is forbidden to have home-schooling)


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Why I admire Umar ibn al-Khattab

It took me about 12 years before I started to love Umar Ibn al-Khattab.

All the time I knew that he was a great person. He was a strong person. He was the person that everybody was afraid of. It was not until this year, recently, that I found out that this person that I thought was an old man, I thought he was in his 45-50s, actually was much younger. I often reflected upon him, but I never liked to think about him. I did not. Until now.

Umar Ibn al-Khattab was only 27 when he became a Muslim.  

The age made ALL the difference.

He was just a young boy. He was younger than me.