Are parents held responsible for the sins their children commit?
Submitted by on Mon, 16/10/2017 - 15:31
Dear Brother / Sister,
One of the rights of a child over his parents is to be given religious education and to be taught about halals and harams by his parents.
Parents receive their shares from the good deeds their children do and they will be held responsible for the sins they commit if they have not shown them what is true. Therefore, parents must be careful about the religious education of their children.
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