CURRICULUM

Level 2

Level 3

Level 4

Level 5

Level 6

Level 7

Level 8

Sarf 2

Qasas 2

Nahw 2

Arabic Tutor 2

Provisions of the Seeker

Nur al-Idah

Tajweed & Fluency

Sharh Miata Amil

Qasas 3

Adabul Mufrad

Quduri 1A

Quduri 1B

Arabic Tutor 3

Aqeedah Tahawi

Quduri 2A

Qasas 4

Usul Shashi 1A

Usul Shashi 1B

Jalalayn 1A

Jalalayn 1B

Quduri 2B

Arabic Tutor 4

Hidayah 1A

Hidayah 1B

Mishkaat 1A

Mishkaat 1B

Usul Shashi 2A

Usul Shashi 2B

Jalalayn 2A

Jalalayn 2B

Sarf 1

Qasas 1

Nahw 1

Arabic Tutor 1

Tens Lessons of Arabic

Tajweed & Fluency

Hidayah 3A

Hidayah 3B

Mishkaat 3A

Mishkaat 3B

Nukbatul Fikr

Bukhari

Muslim

Abu Dawood

Tirmidhi

Ibn Majah

Sunan Nasai

Hidayah 2A

Hidayah 2B

Mishkaat 2A

Mishkaat 2B

Jalalayn 3A

Jalalayn 3B

 

Alim Program Modules


 

Pre-Level 1/ I’dadiyah

The purpose of this segment is to provide a foundation for those who wish to pursue advancement in the Alim studies program. This will be a short three months program in which fundamental aspects of Quran, Hadith and Fiqh will be explored. The course material covered is:

  • Qaidah Nooraniyah 

  • Memorization of the last quarter of 30th Juzz

  • Ta’leemul Haq

Level 1

The level 1 courses are: Sarf 1, Qasas 1, Nahw 1, Ten Lessons of Arabic, Arabic Tutor 1, Tajweed & Reading

Sarf 1:

  1. Past Tense Active Verb

  2. Past Tense Passive Verb

  3. Past Tense Negative Verb

  4. Present and Future Tense Active Verb

  5. Present and Future Tense Passive Verb

  6. Present and Future Tense Negative Verb

  7. Present Tense Verb in the State of Nasab

  8. Present Tense Verb in the State of Jazm

  9. Present Tense Verb with Emphasis

  10. The Command Verb 
     

                                                            Sarf (Morphology) part 2

                                                                  module breakdown 

  1. Introduction to Verb Forms

11.   Triliteral Verbs with Extra letters: Type C

  1. Triliteral Verbs: Type A

12.   Triliteral Verbs with Extra letters: Type D

  1. Triliteral Verbs: Type B

13.   Triliteral Verbs with Extra letters: Type E

  1. Triliteral Verbs: Type C

14.   Triliteral Verbs with Extra letters: Type F

  1. Triliteral Verbs: Type D

15.   Triliteral Verbs with Extra letters: Type G

  1. Triliteral Verbs: Type E

16.   Triliteral Verbs with Extra letters: Type H

  1. Triliteral Verbs: Type F

17.   Four-Root Letters: Type A 

  1. Triliteral Verbs with Extra letters: Type A

18.   Four-Root Letters: Type B

  1. Triliteral Verbs with Extra letters: Type A

19.   Four-Root Letters: Type C

  1. Triliteral Verbs with Extra letters: Type B

20.   Four-Root Letters: Type D



 

Objectives:  All small and big congregations memorized, ability to recite any verb conjugation in 10 seconds, ability to write conjugations out correctly. 


 

Nahw 1 (Syntax):


 

  1. Introduction & Terminology

12.  Personal pronouns

  1. Types of nouns, particles and verbs 

13.  Demonstrative nouns

  1. Types of sentences and phrases

14.  Nouns that have the meaning of verbs

  1. Informative sentences: nominal and verbal 

15.  Nouns  that denote a sound

  1. Uninformative sentences

16.  Adverbs of time and place

  1. Types of phrases

17.  Nouns that indicate an unspecified quantity

  1. Signs of a noun, verb and particle 

18.  Numerical phrase

  1. Signs of diacritical marks and  Conditions for declinable words 

19.  Types of declinable nouns (Mua’reb)

  1. Indeclinable words (Mubni)

20.  Diacritical marks of declinable nouns (Mua’reb)

  1. declinable words (Mua’reb)

 

  1. Types of indeclinable nouns (Mubni)

 


 

Qasas-ul-Nabiyeen 1 (Stories of the Prophets): 

Objectives: The book will start off with grammatical analysis and sentence structure breakdown (first two three chapters).  Students should focus on learning vocabulary. 


 

Ten lessons of Arabic:

Objective:  To understand the basic rules of Arabic grammar.

 

Lesson #

Ten lessons of Arabic Module Breakdown 

1

Subject and Predicate

2

Possessive construction 

3

Past Tense Verb

4

Verb, Subject, Object

5

Prepositions

6

Pronouns

7

Present and Future Tense Verb

8

Adjective

9

Imperative & Prohibitive

10

Singular, Dual, Plural

1-10

Final Exam for all Ten lessons 



 

Arabic Tutor 1:

Lessons  1-14

Matriculation requirements: completion of all exercises and final exam. 

This course will be completed completely  online and will be  self paced ; learning will be lecture based with required completion of exercises at the end of every lesson. In addition, at the completion of every book an exam will be administered on site; a ninety percent average is required to pass, unlimited attempts will be allowed. In addition this book is a prerequisite for matriculation into level 2. 

 

Arabic Tutor Book 1 Breakdown 

Words and the Types of Words, 

The Types of Nouns, 

Types of Definite Nouns

The Particles of proper noun and common noun

Vocabulary List No. 1 

Exercise No. 1 

Test No. 1 

Compounds

The Adjectival Phrase 

Vocabulary List No. 2

Exercise No. 2

Gender

Vocabulary List No. 3

Exercise No. 3

Singular and Plural

Vocabulary List No. 4

Exercise No. 4.

Test No. 2 

Sentences with a Noun

Vocabulary List No. 5

Exercise No. 5 



 

The Genitive of Possession

Vocabulary List No. 6 

Exercise No. 6

Test No. 3 

The Scales of Words 

Exercise No. 7

The Broken Plural 

Vocabulary List No. 7 

Exercise No. 8

Test No. 4 

The Cases of Nouns

 The Signs of Declension of Different Nouns Vocabulary List No. 8 

Exercise No. 9

The Genitive of Possession

Vocabulary List No. 9 

Exercise No. 10

Test No. 5 

Indicative Pronouns 

Vocabulary List No. 10 

Exercise No. 11

Test No. 6 

Interrogative Pronouns

Vocabulary List No. 11 

Exercise No. 12.

Test No. 7 

The Verb

Vocabulary List No. 12 

Exercise No. 13

The Imperfect 

Vocabulary List No. 13 

Exercise No. 14

 An Arabic Letter 

Test No. 8 





 

Sarf (morphology) 2nd two parts: 

Objectives: All laws be written and memorized, all conjugations be written and memorized, learn specialties of verbs  


 

                                                           Sarf part 3 & 4 module breakdown 

  1. The Seven Categories 

11.  Muda’aaf  (A word containing two similar letters) conjugations

  1. Rules of Mahmuz (⅓) (A word containing hamza)

12.  Miscellaneous Rules

  1. Rules of Mahmuz (⅓) (A word containing hamza)

13.  Special meanings of Triliteral Verbs

  1. Rules of Mahmuz (⅓)(A word containing hamza)

14.  Special meanings of Triliteral Verbs with Extra letters

  1. Mahmuz (A word containing hamza) conjugations

15.   Special meanings of Four-Root Letter Words

  1. Rules of Mua’tel-Faa (A word containing Huruf I’llet* as its 1st letter)

 

  1. Rules of Mua’tel-Ain (A word containing Huruf I’llet as its middle letter)

 

  1. Rules ofMua’tel-Lam (A word containing Huruf I’llet as its last letter)

 

  1. Mua’tel (A word containing Huruf I’llet) conjugations

 

  1. Rules of Muda'aaf (A word containing two similar letters) 

*Huruf I’llet are wuw, ya and Alif - 











 

Nahw (syntax) 2nd two parts:
 

Relative adjectives

Governing particles

Diminutive nouns

Particles that cause nasb

َِDefinite and indefinite nouns

Particles that cause jazm

Masculine and feminine nouns

Governing verbs

Singular, dual and plural

Active verb

Types of plural

Passive verb

Words that are always marfoo‘ (have dammah) 

Intransitive verb

Words that are always mansoob (have fatha ) 

Incomplete verbs 

Words that are always majroor (have kesra )

Transitive verbs 

Adjective

Verbs of closeness, hope and starting 

Emphasis

Verbs  of praise and blame

Substitute

Verbs  of wonder

Conjunction

Governing nouns 

 

Conditional nouns 

 

Non-governing particles and its categories 




 

Qasas-ul-Nabiyeen 2 (Stories of the Prophets):

Objective:  The purpose of this book is vocabulary acquisition and applying nahw and sarf concepts for translation. Students are encouraged to memorize portions of the texts so the grammatical structure and vocabulary becomes ingrained in the students minds.  

Zad-ul-Talibeen (Provisions for the seekers):

Objective:  The primary purpose of this text is the memorization and translation of hadith, as well as a light introduction to Tarkeeb (grammatical structural breakdown). All the hadith need to be memorized with a minimum of three hadith from each chapter. 

                       Zad-ul-Talibeen (Provisions for the seekers)  Module breakdown 

                                                                        Part 1 

Nominal Sentences 

Another Form of Nominal Sentences 

Nominal Sentences Beginning With the Particle La 

Nominal Sentences Beginning With the Particle Inna

Nominal Sentences Beginning With the Particle Innama 

Verbal Sentences 

Verbal Sentences Beginning With the Negating La Particle  

Imperative and Prohibitive Sentences 

The Irregular Verb Laysa

Conditional Sentences Beginning With Man 

More Conditional Sentences Beginning With Idha

                                                                        Part 2 

SOME UNSEEN EVENTS WHICH THE MESSENGER ~ PROPHESIED & WHICH OCCURRED AFTER HIS DEMISE 

                                                                        Part 3 

STORIES & ACCOUNTS (40 NARRATIONS) 


 

Arabic Tutor 2: 

Exercises 15-26

Tests 9-12

This course will be completed completely  online and will be self paced ; learning will be lecture based with required completion of exercises at the end of every lesson. In addition, at the completion of every book an exam will be administered on site; a ninety percent average is required to pass, unlimited attempts will be allowed. In addition, this book is a prerequisite for matriculation into level 3. 


 

Arabic Tutor Book 2 Breakdown 

The Categories of Triliteral Verbs 

Vocabulary List No. 14 

Exercise 15

The Intransitive and Transitive Verbs and the Active and Passive Verbs

Vocabulary List No. 15 

Exercise No. 16

Changes in the Verb due to the Doer 

Vocabulary List No. 16 

Exercise No. 17

Test No. 9 

The Different Types of the Perfect Tense

(1) The Recent Past Tense or Past Perfect Tense

(2) The Far Past Tense or Pluperfect Tense

(3) The Past Continuous Tense or Past Habitual Tense 

(4) The Doubtful Past Tense

(5) The Perfect Desirous Tense or Conditional Perfect Tense 

Vocabulary List No. 17

Exercise No. 18

The Different Forms of the Imperfect

Vocabulary List No. 18

Exercise No. 19

The Emphasized Imperfect Tense

Vocabulary List No. 19

Exercise No. 20.

Test No. 10 

The Imperative and the Prohibition 

Vocabulary List No. 20

Exercise No. 21

Test No. 11 

The Derived Nouns

The Active Participle Noun

The Passive Participle Noun 

The Adverb 

The Noun of the Instrument

Vocabulary List No. 21 

The Adjectival Nouns 

Vocabulary List No. 22

Exercise No. 23

The Elative 

Vocabulary List No. 23

Exercise No. 24

Test No. 12 

The Categories Other than the Triliteral Verbs

Vocabulary List No. 24 

Exercise No. 25

The Particles 

Vocabulary List No. 25 

Exercise No. 26

 

 

Instructions: all exercises and tests be copied on notebook and completed 

 

 

 

 

Introduction to Hanafi Jurisprudence: 

Text Used: Nur-ul-Iydah (The light of clarification):

Sections covered:  Kitab-ul-Taharah (Book of Purification)  

 

This book starts off with an introduction into Taqleed as well as a short history into the hanafi Madhab. Because this is the first exposure to fiqh for the student, a sheet detailing all the jurisprudence will be provided by the Instructor, the primary focus should be on reading the texts without any mistakes and translating the Ibarah. 



 

                  Nur-ul-idah  (The Light of Clarification) module breakdown 

                                                      The Book Of Purification

That Which Is Permissible For Purification

Types of Water

When Does Water Become Used

That Which Is Not Permissible for Ablution

That Which overwhelms The Water

The Rulings of Remnant Water 

Investigating The Purity Of Utensils And Clothes

                                                   Wells and their purifications 

Istinja (cleaning away impurity) and Thc necessary  actions Prior To Wudu

The Ruling Of Istinja  (cleaning away impurity)

How To Perform Istinja  (cleaning away impurity)

What Is And Is Not Permissible To Use

That Which Is Disliked To Use In Istinja  (cleaning away impurity)

The Etiquettes Of Performing One's Need

                                                                Ablution

The Pillars of Ablution 

The Reason For Ablution 

Conditions That Obligate Ablution

Conditions That Validate Ablution

Fulfilling The Rulings Of Ablution 

The Sunan Of Ablution 

The Etiquettes Of Ablution Recommended Measures! 

That Which Is Disliked In Ablution

Categories of Ablution

Nullifications 

That Which Does Not Nullify Ablution

                                                    The  Purification Bath

That Which Obligates The Purification Bath 

That Which Does Not Obligate The Bath

That Which Is Compulsory To Wash

The Sunnah of Bathing

The Etiquettes And Disliked Actions

The Etiquettes And Disliked Actions The Chapter Of When Bathing Is Sunna And Recommended Occasions When It Is Sunnah To Perform Bathing

Occasions When It Is Recommended To Perform Bathing

                                            Dry  Ablution « Tayammum»

Conditions That Validate Tayammum

The Reason And Conditions That Obligate It

The Pillars Of Tayammum (dry ablution) 

The Sunan Of Tayammum (dry ablution) 

When To Delay Tayammum (dry ablution) 

Requesting Water

Prayer With Tayammum (dry ablution) 

Nullifications Of Tayammum (dry ablution) 

The Ruling Of The Wounded With No Hands Or Feet

                                                        Wiping The footgear

The Ruling Of Wiping The Khuf Conditions that Permit The WipingThe Duration Of The Wiping And When It Begins

Changing One's Status

The Portion Which Is Compulsory To Wipe And Its Sunnah

Nullifications Of The Wiping

That Which Is Not Permitted To Wipe On

Wiping the Splint And The Like

menstrual Period/ Postnatal And Chronic Discharge The Types Of Blood

Menstrual Bleeding

Postnatal Bleeding

Chronic Discharge

Pure Days Between Two Menstrual Periods

Forbidden Actions During Menstrual Periods and Postnatal Bleeding

That Which Is Unlawful In The State Of Janabah Major Impurity!

That Which Is Unlawful in The State of Minor Impurity

Chronic Discharge And Its Ruling

Nullification Of Ablution For One Deemed Excused

When Is One Deemed Excused

The Condition Required To Remain Excused

 

The Condition That Nullifies One's Exemption

                                                    Filth and its purification 

The Types Of Filth

Examples Of Heavy Filth Examples of Light Filth

The Degree Of Filth That Is Excused

Purification Of The Filth

Liquid Purifiers 

Purifying The Hide Of A Dead Animal

 














 

            



 

  Year  3

 

Arabic Tutor 3:

(Full book)

Exercises 15-26

Tests 9-12


 

This course will be completed completely  online and will be  self paced ; learning will be lecture based with required completion of exercises at the end of every lesson. In addition, at the completion of every book an exam will be administered on site; a ninety percent average is required to pass, unlimited attempts will be allowed. In addition this book is a prerequisite for matriculation into level 4. 

Instructions: all exercises and tests be copied on notebook and completed 



 

Arabic Tutor Book 3 Breakdown 

The Types of Verbs

Exercise No. 27

The Types of Changes and Some Rules 

Hamzated Verbs 

Vocabulary List No. 26 

Exercise No. 28.

Test No. 13 

Doubled Verb

Vocabulary List No. 27 

Exercise No. 29

Test No. 14 

The Semi-Vowelled Verbs

Vocabulary List No. 28

Exercise No. 30

The Hollow Verb

Vocabulary List No. 29 

Exercise No. 31.

The Defective Verb

The Changes in the Perfect 

The Changes in the Imperfect 

Vocabulary List No. 30

Exercise No. 32

The Jussive Mood of the Imperfect

Vocabulary List No. 31

Exercise No. 33

The Doubly Weak Verb and the Verb 

Vocabulary List No. 32

Exercise No. 34

The Remaining Triliteral Categories

Vocabulary List No. 33 

Exercise No. 35

Test No. 15 

The Special Meanings of Each Verb Category 

Vocabulary List No. 34 

Exercise No. 36

Vocabulary List No. 35

Exercise No. 37

Exercise No. 38

Exercise No. 39

Exercise No. 40

Exercise No. 41

Vocabulary List No. 36 

Exercise No. 42

Exercise No. 43

Exercise No. 44

Exercise No. 45

Vocabulary List No. 37

Exercise No. 46

Exercise No. 47

The Verbs of Praise and Dispraise

Words Indicating Surprise

Exercise No. 48

Vocabulary List No. 38

Exercise No. 49

Exercise No. 50

 Exercise No. 51

Test No. 16 

Pronouns

The Visible and Concealed Pronoun 

The Pronoun of State

The Distinguishing Pronoun

Exercise No. 52

Exercise No. 53

Vocabulary List No. 39 

Exercise No. 54

Relative Pronouns 

Exercise No. 55

Vocabulary List No. 40

Exercise No. 56

Exercise No. 57

Exercise No. 58

Exercise No. 59

Test No. 17

The Declension of Nouns 

The Object

Vocabulary List No. 41

Exercise No. 60

Exercise No. 61

Exercise No. 62

Exercise No. 63

Exercise No. 64



 

Qasas-ul-Nabiyeen 3 & 4 (Stories of the Prophets):

 

The purpose of this book is vocabulary acquisition as well as applying nahw (syntax)  and sarf concepts. To this end the teacher should encourage( not necessary)  students to memorize portions of the texts so the grammatical structure and vocabulary becomes ingrained in the students minds. A qasas un nabiyeen vocabulary exam   will be administered at the end of the book, if there is an average passing rate of eighty percent then the students will be allowed to continue,  if not the book will be repeated again.  


 

Hanafi Jurisprudence II:

 

Text Used: Quduri

Modules covered: whole book 



 

                                               Mukhtasar Al Quduri Module Breakdown 

ṬAHĀRAH – PURIFICATION

WUḌŪ’ – MINOR RITUAL PURIFICATION

The Obligations (Farā’iḍ) of Wuḍū’ 

The Sunnahs of Purification [sought in Wuḍū’]

Matters that are Recommended (Mustaḥabbāt) in Wuḍū’

That which Nullifies Wuḍū’

GHUSL – MAJOR RITUAL PURIFICATION

The Obligations of Ghu

The Sunnahs of Ghusl

The Factors which make Ghusl Obligatory

When Ghusl is Sunnah

Water

Used Water

On Tanning

On Wells

Leftover Water

TAYAMMUM – DRY ABLUTION

Stipulations for the Validity of Tayammum

The Method of Tayammum

That which Nullifies Tayammum

The Search for Water

MASḤ – WIPING OVER KHUFFS

Its Ruling

Method of Wiping

That which Nullifies Wiping

Issues Pertaining to the Duration of Wiping

That over which Wiping is not Valid

HAYD – MENSES

The Duration of Menstruation

Colour

On its Legal Ruling

Istiḥāḍah – Chronic Menstrual Bleeding

On its Legal Ruling

Nifās – Postnatal Bleeding

IMPURITIES AND THEIR CLEANSING

Heavy and Light Filth

Visible and Invisible Filth

Istinjā’ – Cleansing the Excretory Passages

ṢALĀH – PRAYER

The Timings of Prayer

Recommended Times for Pray

ADHĀN – THE CALL TO PRAYER AND ITS RULING 

PRECONDITIONS OF PRAYER

THE PROPERTIES OF PRAYER

Obligations (Farā’iḍ)

THE PERFORMANCE OF PRAYER

The First Rak‘ah or Unit

The Second Rak‘ah or Unit

Recitation

The Witr Prayer

Minimum Recitation

THE JAMĀ‘AH OR CONGREGATION

Imamah – Leading the Congregational Prayer

Congregation of Women

Sequence of Rows 

Other Issues Pertaining to Prayer

That which Nullifies Wudu’ 

DISCHARGE (QAḌĀ’) OF MISSED PRAYERS

DISAPPROVED TIMES FOR PRAYER

NAWĀFIL – SUPEREROGATORY PRAYERS

The Ruling of Recitation in Supererogatory Prayers

The Ruling of Recitation in Supererogatory Prayers

THE PRAYER OF THE SICK

THE PROSTRATIONS OF RECITATION 

The Qur’ānic Verses (Āyahs) of Prostration

The Ruling on Prostration

THE PRAYER OF THE TRAVELLER 

Shortening (Qaṣr) the Prayer

Shortening (Qaṣr) the Prayer

THE JUMU‘AH (FRIDAY) PRAYER

The Preconditions for the Validity of the Jumu‘ah Prayer

Its Preconditions

Those on whom the Jumu‘ah Prayer is not Obligatory

The Khuṭbah – Address 

THE PRAYER OF THE TWO ‘ĪDS Recommended Acts of ‘Īd al-F

The ‘Īd Prayer Procedure

Recommended Acts of ‘Īd al-Aḍḥā

The Takbīr at-Tashrīq

PRAYER DURING THE SOLAR ECLIPSE (KUSŪF)

THE ISTISQĀ’ – PRAYER FOR RAIN

THE (NIGHT) PRAYER DURING THE MONTH OF RAMADAN 

The Tarāwīḥ Prayer

THE PRAYER IN THE STATE OF FEAR

FUNERALS 

Bathing the Corpse

The Shroud

The Funeral Prayer

Carrying the Bier

The Burial

The Stillborn 

THE SHAHĪD – MARTYR

PRAYER INSIDE THE KA‘BAH

ZAKĀH – OBLIGATORY POOR-DUE

Obligations of Zakāh

ZAKĀH ON CAMELS (IBIL)

ZAKĀH ON BOVINES 156 (BAQAR)

ZAKĀH ON SHEEP AND GOATS 161 (GHANAM)

ZAKĀH ON HORSES (KHAYL)

ZAKĀH ON PROPERTY (MĀ

ZAKĀH ON SILVER (FIḌḌAH)

ZAKĀH ON GOLD (DHAHA

ZAKĀH ON STOCK (‘URŪD

ZAKĀH ON CROPS (ZURŪ‘) AND FRUITS (THIMĀR

THOSE TO WHOM IT IS PERMITTED TO PAY ZAKĀH AND THOSE TO WHOM IT IS NOT PERMITTED

Those Entitled

Those Not Entitled

ṢADAQAT AL-FIṬR

The Amount of Fiṭrah

AWM – FASTING

Types of Fasting (Ṣawm)

Ramadan Moonsighting

The Meaning of Fasting

Miscellaneous Issues Pertaining to Fasting

‘Īd al-Fiṭr Moonsighting

I‘TIKĀF – SECLUSION

ḤAJJ – PILGRIMAGE

The Stipulations of Obligation

MAWĀQĪT – GEOGRAPHIC LIMITS

Ihrām – the Ḥajj Costume 

Talbiyah – the Ḥajj Chant

Prohibitions for the Muḥrim 

Allowances for the Muḥrim

IFRĀD

Ṭawāf al-Qudūm – Circumambulation upon Arrival

Sa‘y – Going Vigorously and Quickly 240 Between Ṣafā and Marwa

Staying at ‘Arafah

Staying at ‘Arafah Staying at Muzdalifah

Minā

Ṭawāf az-Ziyārah – Circumambulation of Visiting

Ramy – Casting Stones

Ṭawāf aṣ-Ṣadr – Farewell Circumambulation 2

Miscellaneous Issues Pertaining to Ḥajj

QIRĀN

TAMATTU‘

OFFENCES (JINĀYĀT) DURING ḤAJJ

Conjugal Relations

Impurity

Shortcomings

Hunting

IḤṢĀR – CONFINEMENT

LOST RITES

OFFERING (HAD

THE CONDITIONS OF SALE

KHIYĀR ASH-SHARṬ – OPTION STIPULATED IN THE CONTRA

KHIYĀR AR-RU’YAH – PURCHASE SUBJECT TO EXAMINATION

KHIYĀR AL-‘AYB – OPTION TO RESCIND A SALE DUE TO A BLEMISH

BAY‘ FĀSID – INVALID TRANSACTIONS

Bay‘ Gharar – Uncertain Transactions 

On Abhorrent Transactions 

IQĀLAH – NEGOTIATED RESCISSION OF THE CONTRACT

MURĀBAḤAH – PROFIT-BASED SALE – AND TAWLIYAH – PROFITLESS SALE

RIBĀ – USURY

SALAM – ADVANCE PAYMENT

The Conditions for the Validity of Salam

ṢARF – CURRENCY TRANSACTIONS/EXCHANGE

RAHN – PAWNING

ḤAJR – LIMITATION ON SOMEONE’S LEGAL COMPETENCE

On Fools

Puberty

On Insolvents

IQRĀR – ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

Making an Exception to an Acknowledgement

Confession on Deathbed

IJĀRAH – HIRE/LEASE 

Types of Hired Persons (Ujarā

The Employee [Held] in Common

The Private Hireling

That which Invalidates Ijārah

When Remuneration becomes Due

Differences between the Lessor and the Lessee

SHUF‘AH – PREEMPTION

Procedure of a Lawsuit

SHARIKAH – PARTNERSHIP

Sharikat al-Amlāk – Partnership in Owned Things

Sharikat al-‘Uqūd – Contractual Partnership

Sharikat al-Mufāwaḍah – Unlimited Partnership

Sharikat al-‘Inān572 – Limited Partnership

Sharikat aṣ-Ṣanā’i‘ 584 (Partnership in Manufacture)

Sharikat al-Wujūh – Partnership in Liabilities

Unsound Partnerships

MUḌĀRABAH – PROFIT-SHARING PARTNERSHIP

WAKĀLAH – AGENCY

That which Invalidates Agency

KAFĀLAH – SURETY

KAFĀLAH – SURETY

Surety of Person 

Surety of Property 

ḤAWĀLAH – TRANSFER OF DEBT

ṢULḤ – NEGOTIATED SETTLEMENT

HIBAH – GIFTS

Retraction of a Gift

WAQF – ENDOWMENT

GHAṢB – USURPATION

WADĪ‘AH – DEPOSITS

‘ĀRIYAH – LOAN (OF T HE USE OF A COMMODITY) 

LAQĪṬ – FOUNDLINGS

LUQṬAH – FOUND PROPERTY

KHUNTHĀ – HERMAPHRODITES

MAFQŪD – MISSING PERSONS

IBĀQ – FUGITIVE SLAVES

IḤYĀ AL-MAWĀT – REVIVIFYING BARREN LAND

MA’DHŪN – AUTHORISED SLAVES

MUZĀRA‘AH – CROPSHARING

MUSĀQĀH – CROPSHARING BY IRRIGATION

NIKĀḤ – MARRIAGE

Prohibited Categories of Women

Marriage to Non-Muslim Women

Virgins (Bikr) and Previously-Married Women who had Consummated Their Marriages (Thayyib)

Guardian (Walī)

Suitability (Kafā’ah)

Dowry (Mahr) 

Miscellaneous Issues Pertaining to Marriage

RAḌĀ‘ – SUCKLING

ṬALĀQ – DIVORCE

Kinds of Divorce

Explicit Divorce

Implicit Divorce

Delegation (Tafwīḍ) of Divorce

RETRACTION OF DIVORCE (RAJ‘AH)

On Legalisation of Remarriage (Ḥalālah)

ĪLĀ’ – VOWING TO ABSTAIN

KHUL‘ – DIVORCE AT THE INSTANCE OF THE WIFE 

ẒIHĀR – INJURIOUS COMPARISON 

The Wording of Injurious Comparison (ẓihār)

The Expiation of Injurious Comparison (ẓihār)

LI‘ĀN – IMPRECATION BY BOTH PARTIES

The Procedure of Imprecation by Both Parties

‘IDDAH – WAITING PERIOD

On the Mourning of Widows

Proof of Lineage of the New-Born Child

NAFAQĀT – MAINTENANCE

CUSTODY 

‘ITĀQ – SETTING FREE 98

TADBĪR – SETTING FREE A SLAVE ON THE DEATH OF THE MASTER

ISTĪLĀD – BEARING THE CHILD OF THE MASTER

AL-MUKĀTAB – THE SLAVE WHO CONTRACTS TO PURCHASE HIS FREEDOM 

On the Umm al-Walad and Mudabbar being Mukātab

WALĀ’ – CLIENTAG

JINĀYĀT – OFFENCES

Kinds of Homicide

Qiṣāṣ (Retaliation; lex talionis) for the Loss of Life

Qiṣāṣ for the Loss of Bodily Organs

DIYĀT – COMPENSATORY PAYMENTS FOR CRIMES

Organs of the Human Body of which there is Only One

Organs of the Human Body that Exist in Pairs

Organs of the Body, or other Essential Parts, of which there are More than Two

Compensatory Payment for Wound

Compensatory Payment for Amputation/Dismemberment

Compensatory Payment for Homicide and the Legally Responsible Group (‘Āqilah)

Offences by Riding Animals 

Offences by Slaves

Leaning Walls and Killing Slaves

QASĀMAH – COMPURGATION BY OATH

MA‘ĀQIL – PAYERS OF DIYĀT/THE LEGALLY RESPONSIBLE GROUP

ḤUDŪD – PUNISHMENTS FOR CONTRAVENTION OF THE LIMITS 1085

Zinā – Unlawful Sexual Intercourse

Retraction by the Confessor and Witness

The Ḥadd Punishment for Consumption of Alcohol (Shurb)

 

QADHF – UNSUBSTANTIATED ACCUSATION OF UNLAWFUL SEXUAL INTERCOURSE

Ta‘zīr – Discretionary Punishment

SARIQAH WA QUṬṬĀ‘ AṬ-ṬARĪQ – THEFT & HIGHWAY ROBBERS

On Well-Protected Places (Ḥirz)

On Amputation

On Highway Robbery

ASHRIBAH – [INTOXICATING] DRINKS

ṢAYD WA DHABĀ’IḤ – GAME & ANIMALS FOR SLAUGHTER

On Dhabḥ – Slaughtering

UḌḤIYAH – SACRIFICE

AYMĀN – OATHS

Expiation for the Breach of Oath

Swearing an Oath Not to Enter a House, etc

Swearing an Oath Not to Eat Food

Swearing an Oath on Time

DA‘WĀ – LAWSUITS

Oaths in Lawsuits

Miscellaneous Claims

SHAHĀDĀT – TESTIMONY

Acceptable and Unacceptable Witnesses

Conformity of Testimony

AR-RUJŪ‘ ‘AN ASH-SHAHĀDAH – RETRACTION OF TESTIMONY

ĀDĀB AL-QĀḌĪ – CONDUCT OF THE JUDGE

QISMAH – DIVISION

IKRĀH – COERCION

SIYAR 1367 – CAMPAIGNS

On Truce

Ghanā’im – Spoils

On Jizyah – The Capitation on Non-Muslims Living under Muslim Governance (Dhimmīs)

On Apostates (Murtadds)

REBELS (BĀGHĪS)

ḤAẒR WA IBĀḤAH – PROHIBITION & PERMISSIBILITY

WAṢĀYĀ – BEQUESTS

FARĀ’IḌ – INHERITANCE

Eclipses in Inheritance

RESIDUARIES (‘AṢABĀT)

EXCLUSION FROM INHERITANCE (ḤAJB)

The Issue of Mushtarakah

REDISTRIBUTION OF RESIDUE (RADD)

RELATIONS BY THE WOMEN’S SIDE (DHAWŪ’LARḤĀM)

CALCULATION OF SHARES (ḤISĀB AL-FARĀ’IḌ)







 

Adab-ul-Mufrad (Manners of an Individual):

(Hadith Book - 40 Ahadith)

 

The primary purpose of this book is to introduce the student to the vocabulary presented in the hadith . This book is replacing Riyadul saliheen due to the fact that there are less scholarly intricacies to get one's mind around and the student can focus wholly  on vocabulary acquisition and increasing istidad. 



 

                Adab-ul-Mufrad (Manners of an Individual) Module Breakdown 

                                                                  I. Parents

  1. Honouring Parents: The Words of Allah Almighty: "We have instructed man to honour his parents." (29:8)

  • Dutifulness to One's Mother

  • Dutifulness to One's Father

  • Dutifulness to Parents, even if they are unjust 

  • Gentle words to Parents

  • Repaying Parents 

  • Disobedience to Parents

  • Allah curses whoever curses his parents

  • Being Dutiful to Parents as long as that does not entail disobedience to Allah

  • The One who Fails his Parents will not enter the Garden

11. Allah prolongs the life of someone who is dutiful towards his parents

12. One does not ask forgiveness for his father if he is an idolater

13. Dutifulness towards a parent who is an idolater

14. A person should not revile his parents

15. The punishment for disobeying parents

16. Making Parents weep

17. The Supplication of Parents

18. Offering Islam to a Christian mother

19. Dutifulness towards Parents after their Death

20. The Dutifulness of someone who maintains what his father loved 

21. Do not cut off someone with whom your father maintained ties

22. Love is inherited

23. A man should not call his father by his name nor sit down before him nor walk in front of him

24. Can a man call his father by his kunya?

25. The Duty of maintaining ties of kinship

26. Maintaining ties of kinship

27. The excellence of maintaining ties of kinship

28. Maintaining ties of kinship will prolong lif

29. Allah loves the one who maintains ties of kinship

30. Being dutiful to the closest relative and then the next closest

31. Mercy will not descend on people when there is someone among them who severs ties of kinship

32. The wrong action of someone who severs ties of kinship

33. The punishment of someone who cuts off ties of kinship in this world

34. The one who maintains ties of kinship is not the one who reciprocates

35. The excellence of someone who maintains relations with relatives who are unjust

36. Those who maintained ties of kinship in the Jahiliyya and then became Muslim

37. Maintaining ties of kinship with the idolater and giving gifts 

38. Learn your lineages so that you can maintain ties of kinship

 

(39) Chapter: Can a mawla say, "I am from so-and-so"?


 

(40) Chapter: The mawla of a people is one of them


 

(41) Chapter: Someone who looks after two or one daughters


 

(42) Chapter: Someone who looks after three sisters


 

(43)Chapter: The excellence of someone who looks after his daughter aftershehas been sent back home


 

(44) Chapter: Disliking for someone to hope for the death of daughters


 

(45) Chapter: A child is a source of both honour and cowardice


 

(46) Chapter: Carrying a child on one's shoulders


 

(47) Chapter: A child is a source of joy

 

48) Chapter: A person who makes supplication that his friend will have a lot


 

(49) Chapter: Mothers are merciful


 

(50) Chapter: Kissing Children


 

(51) Chapter: The parent teaching adab and his duty towards his child

 

53) Chapter: Someone who does not show mercy will not be shown mercy


 

(54) Chapter: Mercy consists of a hundred parts


 

(55) Chapter: The recommendation to be kind to neighbours


 

(56) Chapter: The neighbour's due

 

(57) Chapter: Begin with the neighbour


 

(58) Chapter: You give to the neighbour whose door is the nearest to


 

(59) Chapter: The nearest and then next nearest neighbour

 

60) Chapter: The person who shuts his door against his neighbour


 

(62) Chapter: When there is a lot of stew, it is divided between the


 

(63)Chapter: The best neighbour


 

(64)chapter: The righteous neighbour

 

(65)C hapter: The bad neighbour

 

(66)Chapter: A person should not injure his neighbour

 

(67)Chapter: A woman should not disdain anything which her female neighbour

 

68)Chapter: The neighbour's complain

 

69)Chapter: Someone who harms his neighbour until he forces him to

 

70)Chapter: A Jewish neighbour

 

(71)Chapter: Generosity

 

(72)Chapter: Kindness to both the pious and the deviant

 

73)Chapter: The excellence of someone who provides for an orphan


 

(74)Chapter: The excellence of someone who provides for his orphan


 

(75)Chapter: The excellence of someone who provides for an orphan in the company


 

(76)Chapter: The best house is a house in which orphans are well


 

(77)Chapter: Be like a merciful father to orphans

 

(78)Chapter: The excellence of a woman who perseveres with her child and does

 

(80)Chapter: The excellence of someone whose child has died

 

(81)Chapter: Someone whose miscarried child dies


 

(82)Chapter: Being a good master

 

(83)Chapter: Being a bad owner

 

(83)Chapter: Being a bad owner


 

(85)Chapter: Forgiving a slave


 

(86)Chapter: When a slave steals


 

(87)Chapter: A slave who commits wrong actions


 

(88)Chapter: Someone who finishes something for his slave, fearing


 

(89)Chapter: Someone who counts things for his slave fearing

 

(90)Chapter: Disciplining the servant

 

91)Chapter: Do not say, "May Allah make your face ugly"

 

92)Chapter: Avoid striking the face

93)Chapter: Someone who slaps his slave should free him even

 

(94)Chapter: The qisas (retaliation) of the slave

 

(95)Chapter: "Clothe them from the clothes you yourself wear.

 

 





 

Sharh Miah A’amil (100 Governors):

 

The primary purpose of this text is to finish the first section with heavy Tarkeeb (grammatical structural breakdown).

 

Sharh Miah A’amil (100 Governors)

Introduction 

The first type/chapter of Amil( governing words

The irabb( grammatical breakdown)  of Surah Fatiha, surah Nass, surah Falaq, surah Ahad, surah Lahab, surah Nasr, Surah kafiroon, surah kawthar 

 

Arabic Tutor 4:

(Full book )

Exercises 15-26

Tests 9-12

 

This course will be completed completely  online and will be self paced ; learning will be lecture based with required completion of exercises at the end of every lesson. In addition, at the completion of every book an exam will be administered on site; a ninety percent average is required to pass, unlimited attempts will be allowed. In addition, this book is a prerequisite for matriculation into level 5. 


 

Arabic Tutor Book 4 Breakdown 

The Numerals

Exercise No. 64 

Exercise No. 65 

 Exercise No. 66

Miscellaneous Rules Regarding Numerals

Vocabulary List No. 42

Exercise No. 67

Exercise No. 68

Exercise No. 69

Exercise No. 70

The Ordinal Numbers

Vocabulary List No. 43

Exercise No. 71

Exercise No. 72

Exercise No. 73 

The Date

Vocabulary List No. 44

 Exercise No. 74

Exercise No. 75 

Telling the Time 

The Times of the Day and Night

Expressing Age 

Vocabulary List No. 45

 Exercise No. 76 

Exercise No. 77

Exercise No. 78

The Particles

The Non–Causative Particles 

Continuation of Lesson 

The Remaining Particles

The Definte Article 

Exercise No. 79

Test No. 18

Sentences

The Types of Sentences

Exercise No. 80

Exercise No. 81 

Declension

Test No. 18 

The Declension of a Verb

Vocabulary List No. 46

Exercise No. 82 

Exercise No. 83

The Jussive Case

Exercise No. 84

Vocabulary List No. 47

 Exercise No. 85

Exercise No. 86 

The Declension of a Noun 

Vocabulary List No. 48

Exercise No. 87

The Cases of the Noun

The Nominative Case

Vocabulary List No. 49

Exercise No. 88

Exercise No. 89 

Exercise No. 90

Test No. 19

The Subject and Predicate

The Occasions Where the Predicate has to Precede the Subject

Exercise No. 91

Vocabulary List No. 50

Exercise No. 92

Test No. 20

The Accusative Case

The Object 

Exercise 93

Vocabulary List No. 51

Exercise No. 94 

Exercise No. 95 

Exercise No. 96

Exercise No. 97

 

The Object of Cause

Vocabulary List No. 52

Exercise No. 98 

Exercise No. 99 

Test No. 21

The Adverb

Vocabulary List No. 53

Exercise No. 100

Exercise No. 101

Exercise No. 102 

Test No. 22 

The Condition

Exercise No. 103 

Vocabulary List 54

Exercise No. 104 

Exercise No. 105

Exercise No. 106

Specification

Allusion to Numbers

Exercise No. 107

Exercise No. 108

Exercise No. 109

Exercise No. 110

Exercise No. 111 

Exercise No. 112 

Exercise No. 113

Exercise No. 114

Exercise No. 115 

The Exception

Vocabulary List No. 55

Exercise No. 116

Exercise No. 117

Exercise No. 118

Exercise No. 119

Exercise No. 120

Exercise No. 121 

The Vocative

Abbreviated Vocative

Lamenting

The Appositive of the Vocative 

Vocabulary List No. 56

Exercise No. 122

Exercise No. 123

Exercise No. 124 

The Genetive

Vocabulary List No. 57

Exercise No. 125

Exercise No. 126

Exercise No. 127

Exercise No. 128

Exercise No. 129 

Apposition

The Adjective

Vocabulary List No. 58

Exercise No. 130

Exercise No. 131

Exercise No. 132

Exercise No. 133

Exercise No. 134

Exercise No. 135

Exercise No. 136

Exercise No. 137

Exercise No. 138 

Emphasis

Exercise No. 139

Exercise No. 140

 Exercise No. 141 

Exercise No. 142

Exercise No. 143

Exercise No. 144 

Exercise No. 145

Exercise No. 146

Exercise No. 147 

Exercise No. 148

Exercise No. 149

Exercise No. 150

Exercise No. 151

Exercise No. 152

Exercise No. 153

Exercise No. 154

The Verbal Noun 

Vocabulary List No. 59

Exercise No. 155

Exercise No. 156 

Vocabulary List No. 60

 Exercise No. 157

Exercise No. 158

The Dual, Plural and Diminutive

The Dual

 The Plural

The Sound Masculine Plural

The Sound Feminine Plural

The Broken Plural

The Diminutive

Vocabulary List No. 61

Exercise No. 159

Exercise No. 160

The Specialities of Some Verbs

Vocabulary List No. 62

Exercise No. 161

Some Specialities of Poetry

 

Usul-al-Tafsir (Principles of Exegesis):


 

Usul-al-Tafsir (Principles of Exegesis)

Wahy (revelation) and its true nature  

The need for Wahy (revelation)

The modes of descent 

The chronology of the revelation of the Qur'an

The verses that came first

The Meccan and Medinan Verses

Characteristics of Meccan and Medinan Verses

The gradual revelation of the Noble Qur'an 

Asbab al-nuzul: (Cause of revelation) 

The seven readings of the Holy Qur'an

The Seven Qaris (reciters)

The Preservation of the Holy Qur'an

In the days of the Holy Prophet (Peace Be Upon Him)

The writing of Wahy (revelation)

Preservation: In the period of Sayyidnh Abu Bakr (May Allah (swt) be pleased with him) 

Preservation: In the period of Sayyidng 'Uthman (May Allah (swt) be pleased with him) 

Steps taken to facilitate recitation 

Inclusion of dots

Marks of correct reading

Ahzab or Manazil (stations)

Ajza' (parts)

Akhmas and A'shar: The sets of Fives and Tens 

Ruku' (section) The Arabic Language 40 Deliberation and deduction 40 

Rumuz al-Awqaf: Stop signs 

The printing of the Holy Qur'an 

An introduction to the science of Tafseer (Exegesis)

The source of Tafseer (Exegesis)

The Glorious Qur'an 

The Ahadith (Traditions of the Holy Prophet (Peace Be Upon Him)

The reports from the Sahabah 

The reports from the Tabi'in or Successors 

The Arabic Language 

Deliberation and deduction 

The rules relating to Israelite reports 

A misconception about the tafsir of Qur'an

Famous Commentaries of the Qur'an

Tafsir ibn Jarir

Tafsir ibn Kathir

Tafsir Al-Qurtubi 

Al-Tafsir al-Kabir 

Tafsir al-Bahr al-Muhit

Ahkam al-Qur'an by al-Jassas

Tafsir al-Durr al-Manthur

Al-Tafsir al-Mazhari 

Ruh al-Ma'ani 


 

Quranic Exegesis:



 

                                    Jalalain Module breakdown 

Part 1 (A) 

Chapter 1-3 

Part 1 (B) 

Chapter 15-17

Part 2 (A) 

Chapter 4-9

Part 2 (B) 

Chapter 18-23

Part 3 (A) 

Chapter 10-15

Part 3 (B) 

Chapter 24-30






 

Introduction to the Principles of Hanafi Jurisprudence:



 

                  Usool-al-Shashi (Principles of Hanafi Law) Module breakdown 

                                          Discourse One: The  Book of  Allah

Khaas (Specific) and Aam (General)

Mutlaq (Non-Conditional) and Muqayyad (Conditional) 

Mushtarak (Many meanings) and Mu’awwal (Selected meanings)

Haqiqat (Literal) and Majaaz (Metaphoric)

Alisti’ara (An utterance that means something else)

Sareeh (Clear) and Kinayah (Unclear and ambiguous)

Mutaqaabilaat (Opposites)  

The Open terms (Dhahir, Nas, Mufassar and Muhkam)

The Closed terms (Khafee, Mushkil, Mujmal and Mutashabihat)

Where the literal (Haqiqi) meaning of the word has been omitted

Understanding meanings from texts: ‘Ibaaratannas’, Ishaaratannas’, Dalalatannas’, Iqtidaaannas

Amr (Commands)

Amr Mutlaq (General command)

Muqtada Al Amr (The demands of command)

Al Ma’moor bihi (That which is being commanded)

Husnil Ma’moor bihi (The good in that which is being commanded)

Al Ada wal Qada (Acting upon a command exactly as commanded, or acting upon it with a deficiency)

An Nahy (Prohibitions)

The varying interpretations of the nas (scripture)

The letter waw 

The letter faa

The word thumma

The word ba

The word lakinna 

The word aw 

The word hatta 

The word ila 

The  word ‘ala

The word fee

The  letter  baa

Categories of Bayaan (extractions of meanings)


 

                                          Discourse Two: The Sunnah

Categories of Narrations 

Mutawatir (numerous transmitters in all three periods)

Mashhoor (numerous transmitters in two periods)

Ahad (only few transmitters in all three periods)

Conditions in acting upon a Khabar Wahid (singular narration)

Where a Khabar Wahid  (singular narration) can be used as an evidence 



 

                                          Discourse Three: Ijma’ (consensus)

The  categories   of  Ijma (consensus) based   upon  who  performs  it 

The categories of Ijma (consensus) based upon the  status  of its  proofs

Where a  principle  for  one  ruling  is  used  for  a  separate  ruling

The obligations on the Mujtahid in deriving rulings  

The role of a Mujtahid when two evidences (daleels) are seemingly contradictory






 

                                            Discourse Four: Qiyas (analogical reasoning)

Evidence for the validity of Qiyas (analogical reasoning)

Conditions required for Qiyas (analogical reasoning) to be correct

The Shar’i definition of Qiyas (analogical reasoning)

Objection that have been brought against Qiyas (analogical reasoning)

The Sabab (cause), Hukm (ruling), Illah (means) and Shart (condition)

The connection of the Shar’i rulings with its sabab (cause)  

Mawaani’ (Barriers to an illah (means)) 

The Fard (Primary obligation), Wajib (Secondary obligation), Sunnah (Tradition) and  Nafl (Optional)

The Adheema (strictness) and  the Rukhsa (concession)

Arguments without evidences



 

HIDAYAH

Awwalayn

  1. Kitab-ul-Taharat – 60 pages

  2. Kitab-ul-Salat – 125 pages

  3. Kitab-ul-Zakat – 29 pages

  4. Kitab-ul-Saum – 20 pages

  5. Kitab-ul-Hajj – 76 pages

  6. Kitab-ul-Nikah – 44 pages

  7. Kitab-ul-Rida’ – 4 pages

  8. Kitab-ul-Talaq – 77 pages

  9. Kitab-ul-I’taq – 25 pages

  10. Kitab-ul-Ayman – 22 pages

  11. Kitab-ul-Hudood – 26 pages

  12. Kitab-ul-Sariqah – 19 pages

  13. Kitab-ul-Sayr – 51 pages

  14. Kitab-ul-laqeet – 2 pages

  15. Kitab-ul-Luqtah – 2 pages

  16. Kitab-ul-Ibaq – 2 pages

  17. Kitab-ul- Mefqood – 3 pages

  18. Kitab-ul-Shirkah – 10 pages

  19. Kitab-ul-Waqf – 8 pages


 

Total: 

Awwalayn: 163 pages

Aakihirayn: 181 pages 

HIDAYAH

Aakhirayn

  1. Kitab-ul-Buyu’-  92 pages

  2. Kitab-ul-Sarf – 7 pages

  3. Kitab-ul-Kafalah – 18 pages

  4. Kitab-ul-Hawalah – 3 pages

  5. Kitab Adabil Qadhi – 21 pages

  6. Kitab-ul-Shahadah – 21 pages

  7. Kitab-ul-Rujo’ ani Shahdah – 4 pages 

  8. Kitab-ul-Wakalah – 23 pages

  9. Kitab-ul-Da’wah – 29 pages

  10. Kitab-ul-Iqrar – 13 pages

  11. Kitab-ul-Sulh – 12 pages

  12. Kitab-ul-Mudarabah – 14 pages

  13. Kitab-ul-Wadeeah – 5 pages

  14. Kitab-ul-A’riyah – 4 pages

  15. Kitab-ul-Hibah – 11 pages

  16. Kitab-ul-Ijaraat – 24 page

  17. Kitab-ul-Mukatab – 22 pages

  18. Kitab-ul-Wala – 6 pages

  19. Kitab-ul-Ikrah – 6 pages

  20. Kitab-ul-Hijr – 9 pages

  21. Kitab-ul-Mazoon – 10 pages

  22. Kitab-ul-Ghasb – 13 pages



 

Aqeedah Tahawiyyah (The creed of Imam Tahawi (ra)):

 

             Aqeedah Tahawiyyah (The creed of Imam Tahawi (ra)):

                                            Module Breakdown 

Monotheism

The Seal of Prophethood

The Quran is the uncreated speech of Allah the Exalted

The attributes of Allah are unlike those of human beings

The looking of the people of Paradise at their Lord without encompassing Him 

Speaking about religious matters without knowledge

The Night Journey and Ascension while the Prophet, peace and blessings be upon him, was awake

The Prophetic Basin

The Intercession 

The covenant that Allah took from Adam and his progeny

Providence 

The Preserved Tablet and the Pen 

The Throne and the Footstool

Allah took Abraham as an intimate friend 

Faith in the angels, the revealed books, and the messengers

Those who pray towards Mecca are Muslim believers

Faith is words and actions

Those who commit major sins

Wiping over leather socks during travel or residency

Hajj pilgrimage and jihād will continue until the establishment of the Hour

Faith in the angels 

Punishment in the grave and its blessings 

Faith in the Last Day

Capability is accompanied by deeds

Allah answers supplication

Praise for the Companions

No virtue of the saints over the prophets 

Faith in the signs of the Hour 

Falsehood of soothsayers and fortunetellers

Unity upon the truth and the deviation of sectarianism


 

Advanced Hanafi jurisprudence : Part 1 & 2

 

                                Hidaya (Hanafi Law) Part 1 & 2

Kitab-ul-Sawm (the Book of Fasting)

Ch.  The Obligation of Sawm (Fasting)

Sec. Sighting of the Moon

Ch. Factors Leading to Qada (make-up) and Kaffarah (expiation)

Sec. Breaking Fast

Sec. What a Person Imposes on Himself

Ch. I’tikaf (seclusion in a Masjid)

Kitab-ul-Nikah (The Book of Marriage)

Ch. The Formation of the Contract of Nikah

Sec. Prohibited Categories of Women

Ch. Awliya' (Guardians) and People of Equal Status

Sec. Kafa'ah (Equality of Status)

Sec. Wakalah (representation) in Nikah and Other Matters

Ch. Mahr (Dower)

Sec. Dhimmis (non-Muslim citizens)

Ch. Marriages of Slaves

Ch. Marriages of the Polytheists

Ch. Distributive Justice in Marriage (Qasm)

Kitab-ul-Rada’ (The Book of Nursing)

Ch. The Meaning of Rada' (nursing)

Ch. The Legal Effect of Rada' (nursing)

Kitab-ul-Talaq (the Book of Divorce)

Ch. Talaq al-Sunnah (Divorce Conforming to the Sunnah)

Sec. Legal Capacity for Pronouncing Divorce

Ch. Pronouncing Divorce

Sec. Associating Talaq with Time

Sec. Miscellaneous Forms

Sec. Divorce by Tashbih (simile)

Sec. Divorce Prior to Consummation

Sec. Divorce Through Indirect Expressions

Ch. Tafwid (Delegation)

Sec. Ikhtiyar (Choosing)

Sec. Her Affair in Her Hands

Sec. Divorce at One's Discretion (mashi'ah)

Ch. Oaths Pertaining to Divorce

Sec. Istithna (Exceptions)

Ch. Divorce by Person Suffering from Terminal Illness

Ch. Retracting a Divorce

Sec. What Make a Divorced Wife Lawful

Ch. Iyla’ (Vow of Continence) 

Ch. Khula’ (Marriage Dissolution by the Wife)

Ch. Zihar (Injurious assimilation)

Sec. Kaffarah (Expiation)

Ch. Lia’an (Imprecation)

Ch. Impotence and other Causes of Divorce

Ch. I’idah (Waiting Period)

Sec. Mourning

Ch. Proof Paternity

Ch. Right to Custody of Child

Sec. Leaving the City

Ch. Nafaqah (maintenance)

Sec. Right to Residence

Sec. Divorcees, Widows and other Cases

Sec. Maintenance of Minor Children

Sec. Maintenance for Parents and Grandparents 

Sec. Maintenance for Slaves

Kitab-ul-Shirkah (The Book of Partnership)

Ch. The Meaning and Types of Partnership

Sec. Co-ownership and Sale of Joint Share 

Sec. Shirkat Al-Aqd (Contract Partnership)

Ch. The Mufawwadah (a Form of Partnership)

Sec. Mufawwadah (a Form of Partnership) Conditions

Sec. Mufawwadah (a Form of Partnership) Capital

Ch. The In’an (a Form of Partnership)

Sec. In’an (a Form of Partnership) Formation

Sec. Duties and Powers of Partners and Stipulations about Capital Contributed

Kitab-ul-Waqf (The Book of Charitable Trust)

Ch. The Nature and Property of the Waqf (Charitable Trust) 

Ch. Allocating the revenue of the Waqf (Charitable Trust)

Ch. The Masjid as a Waqf (Charitable Trust)

Ch. Other forms of Waqf (Charitable Trust)

 

Advanced Hanafi jurisprudence : Part 3 & 4

 

                                Hidaya (Hanafi Law) Part 3 & 4

Kitab-ul-Buyu’ (the book of transactions)

Ch. Khiyar-ul-Shart: Option Stipulated in the Contract

Ch. Khiyar-ul-Ru’ayah: Purchase Subject to Examination

Ch. Khiyar-ul-Aeyb: Option to rescind a sale due to a blemish

Ch. Baya’-ul-Fasid: Invalid Transactions

Ch. Iqalah: Negotiated Rescission of the Contract

Ch. Murabaha: Profit-Based Sale & Tawliyah: Profitless Sale

Ch. Riba: Usury

Ch. Huqooq: Which Additional Items are Included in the Sale

Ch. Istihqaq: Seeking Your Right As the Original Owner 

Sec. Baya’-ul-Fuduli: Sale Without the Seller 

Ch. Salam: Advance Payment 

Miscellaneous Rulings

Kitab-ul-Sarf (the Book of Money transactions/exchange)

Kitab-ul-Kafalah (the Book of Guarantees) 

Sec. Liabilities

Ch. Two Guarantors

Ch. Guarantor for a Slave

Kitab-ul-Hawalah (the Book of Transfer of Debt)

Kitab-ul-Wakalah (the Book of Agency/Representation)

Ch. Representation in sale and purchase

Sec. Purchase

Sec. Sale

Ch. Representation in Court Cases

Ch. Disempower the Representator

Kitab-ul-Mudarabah (the Book of Profit-Sharing Partnership)

Ch. What Limits Does Each Partner Have

Sec. Disempowering 

Sec. How to Resolve Disputes in this Partnership

Kitab-ul-Ijaraat (The book of Hire/Lease)

Ch. When Does Rent Become Due

Ch. What Can be Rented 

Ch. That which Invalidates Ijārah

Ch. Liabilities of the lessee

Ch. Leasing on Conditions

Ch. Disputes

Ch. The Annulment of the Lease

Miscellaneous Rulings

 

Mishkat tul Masabih(A)  kitabul Emann to Bab QIrat fi Sallat 

MIshkaat tul Masabih(B) Kitab un NIkah to Babul Kitabi ilal Kufar wa duihim ilal Islam 

 

Usool ashashee ( pg#  5-174 kitabullah ,  pg # 174- 255 sunnah, ijmah, qiyas) 

Usool ashashee part 1 




 

Level 6: 

Mishkat tul Masabish(A) Bab Qirat fi Sallat to Babb tanzeeh al Sawm 

MIshkaat tul Masabih (B)Babul Kitabi ilal Kufar wa duihim ilal Islam to Bab ul Malahim 


 

 (Mishkat tul Masabih(A)  Babb tanzeeh fi sawm to the end 

MIshkaat tul Masabih (B) Bab ul Malahim to end 





 

Usool-ul-Hadith (Principles of the Traditions of the Holy Prophet (Peace Be Upon Him):

 

Text Used: Nukhbatul Fikr  

Modules covered: whole book 


 

Usool Hadith Nukhbatul Fikr 

Introduction

Reports and their paths 

Dividing sound reports into sound and fair 

Fair reports 

Additions form trustworthy narrators 

Contradictions and objections 

The rejected and its divisions 

Lacunas

Aspersions 

To whom the report is attributed 

How the report is attributed 

Forms of conveyance 

Names of Narrators 

Conclusion 

Miscellaneous topics 



 

Mishkat (Hadith Compilation):


 

Mishkat (Hadith Compilation)

The Chapter of Faith 

The chapter of knowledge 

The chapter of purification 

The chapter of Salah 

The chapter of Jannazah ( handling of deceased, burial arrangements) 

The chapter of zakah ( ritual purification of wealth) 

The chapter of Fasting 

The chapter of the excellence of the quran 

The chapter of supplications

The chapter of Hajj(pilgrimage) rituals

 

The chapter of allocation of shares and bequeathments

The chapter of Marriage 

The chapter of freeing slaves 

The chapter of oaths and promises

The chapter of Capital punishment

The chapter of minor punishments 

The chapter of judicial theory and leadership 

The chapter of striving in Allah's path 

The chapter of hunting and slaughtering animals 

The chapter of food

The chapter of clothing 

The chapter of medicine and Ruqyah( supplications of protection and cure) 

The chapter of dreams 

The chapter of Manners

The chapter of the softening of the heart

The chapter of trial and tribulations 

The chapter of the description of the day of judgement and the origination of creation 

The chapter of the physical description and excellence of the prophet 

The chapter of the virtues of the people and companions of Rasulullah (SAW)