All praise and thanks are due to Allah, and peace and blessings be upon His Messenger. We live in a world where misconceptions about life and its purpose, materialism, greed, racism, violence and other forms of injustice and immorality are everyday realities. Are teachers teaching students what they should be taught about the TRUTH and REALITIES of the life as our Creator Allah wants us to teach? OR are simply teaching them what the materialistic and secular world wants us to teach them? Teacher is Allah’s Khalifa on the earth and has been created for a special mission. Allah says in Quran in Surah " (al-Baqarah 2:30). "I will create a vicegerent to be my representative] on earth "The relationship between teacher and student should be based on mutual love and respect. The teacher should treat the students as his or her own children, and the students should consider the teacher as their own parent. In this regard, they should exchange respect and love within Islamic principles. If a teacher has been mistreated, the student should do his or her best to assist the teacher in getting back his or her right. However, one should make sure that the teacher was mistreated based on evidence and proof, not on passion and sympathy. Islam calls upon all Muslims to help their fellow Muslims when an injustice is done against them. In this regard, the student should do his or her best to help remove injustice done against the teacher. Having said this, I can say that if there is mistreatment on the part of the teacher towards the student, it is up to the student to complain officially. However, the student should always consider the teacher as a parent and not try to get the teacher in trouble. The student should find ways and means to get his or her rights without hurting the teacher. Mutual understanding and tolerance are highly recommended as far as the issue raised in the question is concerned. Finally, I should add here that Islam calls...
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