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Raising Kids; Balancing Trust & Oversight - Maulana Syed Muhammad Rizvi

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- Events in Rajab played a large role in the lead up to Muharram
- Karbala wasn't a struggle of a single individual
- Family ties play an integral role in a persons development
- The upbringing of children affects the shape of the child's mentality in later years
- Examples of Hazrat Qasim
- Maintaining family ties and appropriate friend circles, has a heavily positive impact on children
- Examples of duas in which we pray for our parents, family, friends, and ourselves; all of which show the concern of family circles
- Building material equity is important, but it must not infringe upon the attention necessary for family, especially children
- The phenomenon of ISIS attracting youth from around the world
- Studies show a trend of ISIS recruits coming from youths who are isolated from the community, not well integrated
- A stark contrast from the conservative Harper government's statement saying that recruits come from local mosques
- Differentiating between trusting your child, and trusting their surroundings
- Providing the youth a channel to guide their enthusiasm to do something with their life

"It isn't enough to say you trust your child. You should trust him, but you cannot trust the elements around him. Influences are an important factor, from childhood, to teen years, to young adulthood."


Friday Juma Khutba
Recited By: Maulana Syed Muhammad Rizvi
Date: May 29th, 2015

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