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Imams Abū Ḥanīfa, founder of the Hanafi school of Fiqh (Islamic jurisprudence), and Malik ibn Anas, maintain that circumcision is a Sunnah Mu'akkadah—not obligatory but highly recommended.
The Shafi`i and Hanbali schools see it as binding on all Muslims.
They should also be taught the rulings on wudoo’ and ghusl, paying attention to the phrases used in teaching and ensuring that it is taught according to what the child needs to know.
Munajjid has maintained two as important matters which should begin at a very early age – around the age of three years – that have a basic connection to the issue of sex education.
Munajjid stated, this advice and guidance from this verse has to do with protecting and concealing the ‘awrah and avoiding provocation of desire which begins, as we have seen, in the tenth year, which is the age at which most children reach discernment.
In Islam, prohibitions against extramarital sex are strong and permissible marital sexual activities are familiar subjects.We should be conservative in the words and phrases we use, and attention must be paid to the appropriate ages and stages to discuss this topic.We must also warn against the promiscuous practices of the disbelievers and contrast them with the beauty of Islam, with regard to urging Muslims to cover up and be modest, and to guard their chastity and avoid that which is haraam." Muslim men and women asked Islamic prophet Muhammad about issues concerning sexual behavior, so as to know the teachings and rulings of their religion.Muslims could pose their questions either to Muhammad directly or to his wives.The Qur'an itself does not mention circumcision explicitly in any verse.