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The Rights of the Child in Education in the Legal Perspective and International Law

PP: 55-75
Saadi Khalaf Mutalib Al-Jumaily,
Thank God, the Lord of the Worlds, and peace and prayer supplication to Our Lord Muhammad, and to all his gods and companions, but after: It goes without saying that sharia has taken a keen interest in rights, at multiple levels, and has therefore established through its total values and legislative principles, and has ensured the preservation of rights and sought not to waste them. The values of justice, freedom and dignity, and the theory of truth in itself, are major landmarks and foundations that have blended with faith, morality, worship, dealing with others, political, economic and social life. The Shariah has taken great care of human life, and children in particular, and the Shariah system has introduced a number of legislations that preserve the rights of children, including their right to education, reform and education. This is what the Holy Quran and the Prophets Sunnah said and how to deal with the child and follow up his worship, education, encouragement, and upbringing, and urged him to do so, and not only that, but even the recreational aspect related to him, and thus we are faced with a huge amount of basic legislation in the life of the child, to preserve it and its development, and from this I chose to address it (the rights of the child in education and education in the legal and legal perspective). Focusing on the most important legislative dimensions that preserve childrens rights to education and read this in accordance with international law. It has a common denominator with legislative law.

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