Hadith and Fiqh Courses
This course is also called Fahm Islam course. In this course, you will learn about Hadith, Fiqh, Sira Rasool, and the Beliefs of Islam. Fiq courses also teach jurisprudential issues and principles of jurisprudence. Similarly, forty hadiths and principles of hadith are also taught in the hadith course.
Islam is a universal religion. The Holy Prophet (saws) is the last Messenger of Allah and no prophet will come till the Day of Judgment, nor will any new religion or deen come.
Today’s Muslims is not familiar with the correct concept of religion.
This course teaches the correct concept of religion. Of course, after reading this course, you will be amazed at what you thought about religion so far.
HADITH LEARNING COURSE
Any action, utterance or Taqrir (deliberate silence) or quality associated with The Holy Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him) is called Hadith. Hadith is the second most authentic source of reference after the Quran. Without Hadith, the understanding of Quran remains incomplete, the jurisprudential arguments become irrelevant and it becomes impossible to formulate sound judgment.
In this course, the students are introduced to the basics of Hadith, its history, compilation, the terminologies, the books, and the allied studies of Hadiths. Having grasped this course, the students are able to benefit the original sources of jurisprudence without getting involved into peripheral issues.
We are the part of great Islamic institution of our times, Majlas Zikar o Fikar and our faculty consists of renowned religious scholars and 8-year Shari’ah Course (Dars-e-Nizami) degree holders. Our experienced and highly qualified members of faculty make us unique and unparalleled among the other Islamic institutes
It is the testimony of Allah Almighty about the life, personality, morality and character of the Holy Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him) that he is endowed with the highest rank of morality. That’s why the life history of the Holy Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him) is declared as a role model for mankind and to follow him is akin to follow Allah. The exemplary life of the Holy Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him) is not only worthy to follow but also mandatory to follow.
In this course, students are acquainted with the life of the Holy Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him), its various stages, his struggle for the propagation of Islam and his best code of conduct. Through this course, the students become familiar with the multi-dimensional personality of the Holy Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him), which satisfies the mind and soothes the heart.
FIQH LEARNING COURSE
Fiqh (فقه) is the Islamic legal system that governs the practical aspects of Muslim life. It is derived from the Quran and the Sunnah (teachings and practices of Prophet Muhammad) and is based on the principles of Islamic jurisprudence. Fiqh covers a wide range of topics including worship, family law, commerce, finance, and politics.
Fiqh is concerned with how Muslims should conduct themselves in their daily lives and how they should interact with each other and with non-Muslims. It provides guidelines for ethical behavior and for the avoidance of sinful actions.
Islamic scholars use various methods to derive rulings on particular issues of Fiqh, including studying the Quran and Hadith, examining the opinions of previous scholars, and using analogy and reasoning to derive new rulings. The main schools of Islamic jurisprudence are the Hanafi, Maliki, Shafi’i, and Hanbali schools, each of which has its own set of principles and methodologies for deriving rulings on Fiqh issues.
Fiqh is an important aspect of Islamic education and is taught in Islamic schools and universities around the world. It is also studied by individuals who wish to deepen their understanding of Islamic law and practice.
Literally the word ‘Fiqh’ means to know, to understand, and to grasp something. The term ‘Fiqh’ is associated with the ability of acquiring the Islamic sciences and having deep understanding of the faith. Jurisprudence is all about the understanding through logic and arguments whether some action is ‘Farz, Wajib, Mustahab, Mubah’, forbidden or undesirable.
In this course, the students are taught basic Islamic injunctions concerning everyday worship, invocations, purification and basic pillars of Islam, thus enabling them to understand the commandments of Islam and their observance.
ISLAMIC AQA’ID COURSE
The word Aqidah derives its origin from “aqd” meaning binding or tying something. Aqa’id are the underpinnings of faith that are beyond any shadow of doubt and are in harmony with the heart and mind. The right doctrine is the very foundation upon which the edifice of faith is erected, its soundness determines and directs the action of man. To be called a Muslim, one has to keep unquestioning faith in the Oneness of Allah, Prophethood, angels, the Divine books, the Day of Resurrection and the destiny. These doctrines are dubbed as the pillars of faith.
In this course, the students are taught the basic and peripheral doctrines, different aspects and manifestations of the Oneness and prophethood in the light of Quran and Hadith and modern sciences. As a result, the students become capable of understanding the basic Islamic doctrines while adhering to the life of moderation and tolerance.
Hadith and Fiqh Courses Details