Essentials of Hanbali Fiqh (On Demand)

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Course Description

No Muslim can do without this course! Everyone must perform salah, therefore everyone must study about salah. It’s as simple as that.

How much time do we spend on our salah? How important is it to us? Now consider the possibility that we might be doing it all wrong! It happens to many people every day. To avoid this, courses like this are absolutely essential. You will be taken through the absolute essentials of purification and salah by an expert teacher so that you can be sure of the validity of your salah in future.

In summary the course will cover the following:

1. Introduction to fiqh (Islamic Jurisprudence) covering aspects of usul al-fiqh (principles of jurisprudence) and the development of fiqh;

2. Comprehensive study of the rules and methods of Taharah (purity);

3. Comprehensive study of the of the fiqh of Salah.

The detailed course plan is as follows:

Introduction:

Brief Introduction to Fiqh, Taqleed, Ijtihad and Legal Values

Taharah – Purification:

Wudhu, Ghusl, Anjaas, Toilet, Tayammum, Menstruation, postnatal bleeding and istihadhah, Wiping over Khuffain, Key to Salah – Wiping over bandage

Salah – Prayer

Times of Salah, Makrooh times of prayer, Adhaan and Iqamah, Pre-Conditions of Salah (Shuroot), Faraidh of Salah (Arkan), Sunan of Salah, Acts that break the Salah (Mufsidaat), Acts that do not nullify salah, Acts that are undesirable in Salah (Makroohaat), Congregational prayer, Sajdah Sahw (correcting one’s prayer), Other Sajdahs, Sutrah (placing a barrier in front of one’s prayer), Qasr (prayer of a traveller)

Teacher: Shaykh Abu Aaliyah (Surkheel Sharif)

https://yaqeeninstitute.org/team/suhttps://vimeo.com/843482597?share=copythe recordings as and when they want. The course was initially streamed live online to an audience

Course Materials
The course materials for this course will be made available upon purchase. Students may also email the admin team to acquire a copy by email.

Assessment
Students are not assessed at the end of the course.

Classes are on demand so you can study at your convenience.

Please note: To be able to access your on-demand course via the Student Portal, you must create an account when registering for this course. If you have already enrolled without creating an account and require access to your course, please email courses@ebrahimcollege.org.uk.

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Course Content

Introduction

  • Introduction
    52:03

Purification (Taharah)

Prayer (Salah)

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