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Salam Islam
What are the rights of children according to Islam?
Children’s rights in Islam are corresponding to different stages of their lives:

1- From conception to birth: Emotional and respectful relations between parents and also mental relaxation of the mother are really important at this stage. The mother should try her best to keep herself occupied with religious acts such as reading the Quran, praying and keeping away from fruitless activities which will not benefit her or the child growing inside her, etc. See: What are Children's rights in Islam?: From Conception to Birth

2- From birth to age seven: Choosing a worthy name for the child, breastfeeding it, giving the child religious training gradually are among the rights of the children at this stage. See: What are Children's rights in Islam?: From Birth to Age 7

3- From Middle Childhood to Adolescence: Providing the child with education (reading and writing lessons) including religious training, involving them in decision making situations, helping them get married when they are old enough, etc. See: What are Children's rights in Islam?: From Middle Childhood to Adolescence
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