There is no such thing as a Teenager in Islam

Yasir Qadhi

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The speaker discusses the difference between the Islamic and Western civilization, where teenagers are primarily responsible for the eyes of Allah when he becomes body. This segment discusses the fundamental differences between the two cultures and how teenagers are not children.

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From an Islamic perspective, dear parents realize there is no such thing as a teenager from an Islamic perspective. You're either a child or you're an adult, and teenagers are on the side of adulthood. This is one of the fundamental differences between the Islamic paradigm and Muslim culture and Muslim ik law versus Western civilization. When it comes to raising children they have made a category called teenager whereas for us, a young man or woman is indeed a young man or woman, but a young man or a young woman and that means that once you become value, which is 1314 15, at max at max, once you become body, then you are going to be treated in the eyes of Allah like an adult.

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So teenagers are not children. They are young adults, once they are body, responsibility becomes on them, and they are primarily responsible in the eyes of Allah