Smack kids at 10

The law is taken from the Lord of the wolrds not from mama Britain ok
In the west , lobbying group called Be Reasonable are concerned that smacking bans will mean good parents are criminalised unnecessarily.
Lower Turner, a Be Reasonable spokesperson, told The Sun that making smacking illegal will “do nothing to protect children, but will criminalise loving parents”.
There a plenty of studies that suggest smacking a child has a negative effect or no effect but, in response, smacking campaigners will point to a 2013 study carried out by researchers at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine in New York suggesting that, at least in older children, smacking can be a positive thing as long as the child knows why they are being disciplined, and as long as such discipline is tempered with loving behaviour from the parent.
And that is a view that is sometimes expressed by parents on our forum, too – although almost of all them that they never smack their child hard.
“I will use smacking at the last resort,” says one. “Sometimes if he’s naughty at school or at home with me or his dad, then we would use some other form of punishment, such as taking his toys away from him or taking the control for his X-Box. As for smacking, we just tap his hands or his leg to let him know that we don’t accept
Smacking is a huge debate now in the west
Whether to just snacks the kids to become like pigs 🐖 in disobedience or smack lightly and discipline them
Ibn Qudaamah (may Allaah have mercy upon him) said in al-Mughni (1/357):
This telling and discipline is prescribed in the case of children in order to train them to pray, so that they will be used to it and it will become their habit, and they will not forsake it when they reach puberty. End quote.
Al-Subki said:
The guardian must tell the child to pray when he is seven years old and smack him (lightly) if he does not do so when he is ten.
Fataawa al-Subki, 1/379
With regard to smacking a child for not praying, it is stipulated that the smacking should be light and should not be painful and should not break the skin, or break a tooth or bone. It should be on the back or the hand and the like, and the face is to be avoided because it is forbidden to strike it, because the Prophet (blessings and peace of Allaah be upon him) forbade that.
It should not be more than ten blows, and it should be done for the purpose of discipline and teaching. So he (the parent etc) should not show his desire to punish, except when there is a need to show that, such as if the child is turning away from prayer and forsaking it, and the like.
Narrated from Abu Bardah al-Ansari that he heard the Messenger of Allaah (blessings and peace of Allaah be upon him) say: No one should be given more than ten lashes except in the case of one of the hadd punishments of Allaah.” narrated by Al Bukhaari (6456) and Muslim (3222).
Shaykh Ibn Baaz (may Allaah have mercy on him) said:
Take care of the members of your household and do not neglect them, O slave of Allaah. You have to strive hard in their best interests, and tell your sons and daughters to pray at the age of seven, and smack them (lightly) if they do not do so when they are ten, a light smack that will help them to obey Allaah and make them get used to offering prayers on time, so that they will adhere properly to the religion of Allaah and know the truth, as is narrated in saheeh reports from the Messenger of Allaah (blessings and peace of Allaah be upon him). End quote.
Majmoo’ Fataawa Ibn Baaz (6/46).