Child Rights to Receive Religious Education in Forming Character in the Family of Islamic Perspective
This article discusses the Rights of the Child Obtaining Religious Education in Shaping Character in Families of Islamic Perspective. Families as first and foremost educators have an important role to help their children grow both in physical and psychological aspects, as well as in acquiring knowledge, skills and habits. Religious education in the family in Islamic view is the main control in the development and education of children. At least parents understand the rights and obligations of parents so as to shape the child’s character. The ability to understand the rights and obligations of parents is the main task of parents. Parents who understand their obligations will fully fulfill those rights and obligations. In Islamic family education is seen as a determinant in shaping the character and future of the child. But what happens today is that many families ignore what they are responsible for as a family in this matter that plays an important role are the parents who become the first and primary educators for a child whose family responsibilities or parental obligations are the right to be earned by a child. Islamic Sharia has established the right of the child which is the obligation of the parent’s shoulder. The right is divided into two parts: the right of the child before birth and after birth and which is responsible for protecting and preserving the child’s survival, so that he can pass through the phases of the development of his life safely sentausa to full maturity is the parent.