Is it allowed in Islam to accept money for teaching the Qur’ân?
Answered by Sheikh Riyâd al-Musaymîrî, professor at al-Imâm University in Riyadh Yes, it is permissible to accept money for teaching Qur’ân, particularly in case of need. In Sahîh al-Bukhârî  it is related that the Prophet (peace be ... Continue Reading
Give charity. Encouraging children to give charity from their own savings will reduce selfishness and teach them to be generous. They should be urged to share not only with people far away but also take them to shelters and soup kitchens where you volunteer your time together as a family. This will allow them to appreciate what they have and meet people who are (materially) poorer than them. Likewise, once they come of age, make them responsible for giving their own zakah. ... more
What is an Islamic Education? The Shaping of Tomorrow’s Vicegerents Today. The Islamic concept of Tarbiyya is more inclusive of the more important aspects of nurturing, such as teaching the students the differences between what is righ, and wrong from both the legal sense as well as the Islamic sense. ... more