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Triangle of Knowledge of Education: Teachers, Students and Parents

Triangle of Knowledge of Education: Teachers, Students and Parents

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Khutbah, Triangle of Knowledge of Education: Teachers, Students, and Parents
Khutbah, Triangle of Knowledge of Education: Teachers, Students, and Parents

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Triangle of Knowledge of Education: Students, Teachersand Parents
Part I
Say: AsSalamu Aliakum waRahmatullahi waBaarakatuh.
Sit down facing congregation. Listen to Adhaan. Stand upfacing congregation. (silently) Say: A’udhoo…and Basmallah.Start Part I of the khutbah.
Innalhamdalilah nahmaduhu wa nastaeenuhu wanastaghfiruh, wa naoothu billahi min shuroori an fusinaa wamin sayeeaati aamaalina mayahdihillhu fala mudillalahwamayudlil falaa haadiya lah.
Ashadu An Laa Ilaaha illAllah wahdahu la shareeka lah waash hadu anna Muhammadan abduhu wa rasooluh.
Ya ayyuha allatheena amanoo ittaqoo Allaha haqqa tuqatihiwala tamootunna illa wa antum muslimoona.
Ya ayyuha alnnasu ittaqoo rabbakumu allathee khalaqakummin nafsin waahidatin wakhalaqa minha zawjaha wabaththaminhuma rijalan katheeran wanisaan. waittaqooAllahaallathee tasaaloona bihi waalarhama, inna Allaha kanaAAalaykum raqeebaa.
Ya ayyuha allatheena amanoo ittaqoo Allaha waqoolooqawlan sadeedan - Yuslih lakum, aAAmalakum wayaghfirlakum thunoobakum waman yutiAAi Allaha warasoolahufaqad faza fawzan AAatheema.
Amma bad:
Fa inna khayral hadeethi kitabullah wa khayral hadee, hadeeMuhammadin (S) wa sharrol omoori muhdathaatuhaa wa
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kulla muhdathatin bidah wa kulla bidatin dalaalah wa kulladalaalatin finnar.
Say loudly; A’udhoo and Basmallah. Now start the khutbahwith relevant Qur’anic aayaah(t).
Huwa Al-Ladhī Ba`atha Fī Al-'Ummīyīna Rasūlāan MinhumYatlū `Alayhim 'Āyātihi Wa Yuzakkīhim Wa Yu`allimuhumuAl-Kitāba Wa Al-Ĥikmata Wa 'In Kānū Min Qablu Lafī ĐalālinMubīnin.
Rabbi Zidnī `Ilmā.
'Ata'murūna An-Nāsa Bil-Birri Wa Tansawna 'Anfusakum Wa'Antum Tatlūna Al-Kitāba 'Afalā Ta`qilūn.
Sadakallahul adhzim.Dear brothers and sisters in Islaam, AsSalaamu AlaikumWaRahmatullaahi WaBaarakatuh.The last three aayaat that I just recited are:Aayaah # 2 of Suraah al-Jumu’ah, aayaah # 114 of SuraahTaa-Haa, and aayaah # 44 of Suraah al-Baqaraah of theQur’anul Karim; and let’s see their closest meanings:Aayaah 2, al-Jumu’ah:He it is Who sent among the unlettered ones a Messenger (S)from among themselves, reciting to them His (Allaah’s) Verses,purifying them (from disbelief, etc.) and teaching them theBook (the Qur’an) and al-Hikmaah. And verily, they had beenbefore in manifest error.Aayaah 114, Taa-Haa:My Lord, increase me in knowledge.
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Aayaah 44, al-Baqaraah:Enjoin you al-Birr (piety,uprightness,righteousness,etc.) on thepeople and you forget (to practice it) yourselves, while recitethe Scripture! Have you then no sense?These aayaat are selected to illustrate the relationship betweenteachers, students and parents. This being a summer timehere in the USA, with many youngsters in attendance, Ithought it will be a good idea to talk about something thatconnects these three parties. Therefore, the topic of today’skhutbah is:
Triangle of Knowledge of Education: Students, Teachersand Parents
Well, as we know, you need three sides to have a triangle. Theteachers, students and parents represent one side each of thistriangle; and when you have one or more side(s) missing,naturally there won’t be any triangle.Let’s talk a little bit about knowledge first, and of course, wewill talk with an Islaamic perspective, Inshaa’Allaah; however,it’s true for secular or non-secular or non-religious knowledgeas well.Islaam is the religion of knowledge. The first aayaah of theQur’an revealed enjoined Muslims to read. Actually thecomprehensive meaning of this aayaah is to “go get theknowledge,” not just the “read” as has been generallytranslated. Allaah (SWT) created man and provided him withthe tools of acquiring knowledge, namely hearing, sensing,sight, reason, wisdom, etc. Allaah (SWT) says in the Qur’an,Suraah al-Nahl, aayaah 78: “And Allaah has brought you out from the wombs of yourmothers while you knew nothing. And He gave you hearing,sight, and hearts that you might give thank (to Allaah).” 
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