This article examines the issue of the legitimacy or practice of child worship, which is one of the important topics in jurisprudential issues. A comparative study of the subject and its comparison between Shiite and Sunni jurists and what is the situation of children in relation to worship? Is their worship legitimate or does it have a practical aspect? What are the effects of this worship and what is the fruit of the sayings? According to the following, prayer, which is one of the major acts of worship for a child, is legitimate and correct from the point of view of all religions of Islam, and the child deserves a reward for performing acts of worship such as prayer, fasting and Hajj. The command of children to worship and pray, to encourage and emphasize it, is not due to the necessity of these worships, because the condition of obligation is maturity and it is not to force him to worship, but only the method and method of education according to which the child Practice praying to get used to doing this worship. Therefore, the great jurists have interpreted it as "the practice of worshiping the Sabbath." The basis of the research is to explain the arguments of the promise to the legitimacy of children's worship and to respond to the arguments of the promise to practice and to examine the existing arguments in the matter.
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