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Any requests for materials to be added to the collection have to go through him or her.
Give this librarian a monthly budget for ordering new books, cassettes, etc.
In these Rules, unless the context otherwise requires —“Muslim Convert” means a person who is registered under rule 5(2) as one who has converted to the Muslim religion;“syahadah” means the declaration of Islamic faith.(2) The Registration Officer shall register a person as one who has converted to the Muslim religion upon his recitation of the syahadah in the presence of 2 male adult Muslim witnesses and the Registration Officer.
What does it take for parents to get a teen to become a practicing Muslim?
Or consider switching shifts at work so that you're home when the kids are. Whether it's in the car during a traffic jam, early morning after Fajr, or right before you go to bed, read the Quran with a translation and/or Tafseer. You will, Insha Allah, reconnect with Allah, and in the long run, develop into a role model helping your whole family, not just your teen, reconnect with Him too.
Trade playing cards or watching television on Sunday afternoons for a Halaqa.
more cars, expensive clothes, a bigger, fancier home) and more time with the family, than many material things and absent parents. Parents can't instill values in their children if they just aren't there, period.
Quit that extra job on the weekends or in the evenings and instead drive the kids to the mosque for Halaqas and activities instead.
If your children can interact with Muslim as well as non-Muslim children on a daily basis, it is going to be healthier for their growth.As you spend more time with your teen, you will be more able to sense if there is something bothering them. It's especially important to "date" your children on an individual level once they hit their teens because they are no longer just "one of the kids".They are young adults who need attention and guidance on an individual level.If 13-year-old Bilal likes adventure novels, for example, make sure you have a couple of Islamic adventure books Get one of your teens to be the librarian.S/he keeps materials organized and in good condition.Delegate a room, part of the basement or the living room as the home Masjid. Make this Masjid entirely the responsibility of the kids.Get the eldest to be in charge and to delegate responsibilities for younger siblings.If you don't have something already in place during that time slot, help the Imam to set one up. The added bonus of this is that when children see their parents striving to learn about Islam, they will in many cases be encouraged to do the same.Respecting your teen means not treating them like inept babies, but like maturing adults, not talking down to them or humiliating and insulting them.Instead of a fancy dinner at a restaurant, save your money to take everyone out to the next Muslim community dinner or activity.Make a special effort to go to events where other Muslim teens will be present and the speaker caters his/her message to this crowd.