Shaik Abu Muhammad Naseem – Founder and Director of Madinah Academy in Sydney, Australia – answers some key questions about Muslim youth, work-life balance in the field of Dawah and addiction to gadgets
Which problems do Muslim youth face in Muslim minority countries? What could be some possible solutions regarding them?
Indeed, the problems our youth face and go through are plenty. Most are major issues that are very scary, disturbing and lamenting. Where to begin with?
- Lack of true Islamic knowledge (Ilm Sahih – beneficial knowledge) and Tarbiyah; Dunya over Deen is the priority, unfortunately.
- Lack of Iman and Amal Salih.
- Huge family crisis: parents constantly in disputes, divided families, harsh language in the home environment, absence of love, lack of time for children. Generally, disconnection from real life and proper human interaction.
- Lack of the true ideal Muslim identity and Islamic character (non-productive attitude to life, wastefulness, low self-esteem, jealousy, gossip, and much more).
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