Ameer-e-Ahl-e-Sunnat's Advice for Children

Do not drive a car at a young age

Dear children

The Ameer of Ahl-Sunnah, Allamah Muhammad Ilyas Qadiri دَامَـتْ بَـرَكَـاتُـهُـمُ الْـعَـالِـيَـهْ advises:

It is illegal for under-18s[1] to drive a car. It is dangerous and you risk having a serious accident. You should not drive anyone’s car without their consent, especially if you are underage. This is because it can be a danger to life and the car can also be damaged, which will cause loss for your father.[2]

Beloved children! We should also act on what The Ameer of Ahl-Sunnah has advised. We should not argue with family members about riding their motorbike, and we should not ride their motorbike without their permission either. Some children ride a motorbike without the owner’s permission, putting themselves at risk of serious or even fatal injuries. Also, riding a bike without the proper documents or a driving license is illegal. If the police arrest or fine you, it will cause problems for your parents or guardians. So, we should never ride a motorbike or car until we are old enough and have a licence.

[1] 18 is the minimum legal age for driving a car in Pakistan, which may vary in different countries of the world.

[2] Ameer Ahl e Sunnat say bachon kay baray main sawalaat, p. 16




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