Islām is a universal message for all nations and all people. It is suitable for all times and places. Its message is applicable today as it was when it was revealed. Mankind today is in need of its mercy and justice just as they did when it first emerged. Islamic tarbiyah represents the methodology by which practical implementation of Islamic Law is realized since Islam is not only concerned with the dimensions of knowledge, understanding and creed: it desires one to put into practice its teachings, and knowledge is the means to correct application. This knowledge is what maps out the guidance for a person. All the prophets brought this guidance, the last of them being our Prophet Muhammad (SAW). So we begin our study and focus with these foundations: tarbiyah, knowledge and learning. The intent is to manifest its fruits upon our hearts and limbs and continue to do so throughout our lives. Indeed, we all know that education is fundamental to the success of any individual, and with so much to learn and so little time, how do we make the right choices? How do we keep motivated and achieve what we have in mind? This course will explore a range of topics from examining how to judge the importance/benefit of a discipline and how to approach it, to contextualising learning in relation to both this life and the Hereafter. By the time you complete this course, you should be able to contextualise much of the thoughts and notions you have regarding your aims and objectives in life and also having gained an indispensable framework with which you continue your learning and experiences.
What You Will Learn:
Being the Best You Can Be
The Concept of Tarbiyah
Tarbiyah vs. Knowledge-seeking and Teaching
Importance of Tarbiyah
Theory of Knowledge
The Knowledge Map
Importance and Virtues of Knowledge
Knowledge Demands Action
Consequences of Sinning
Attachment to Allah and the Hereafter
Patience and Perseverance
Planning your Study
How to Prioritise what you learn
Memorisation vs. Understanding
Pitfalls in Knowledge-seeking
Enrollment Fee: ££50
Venue: As-Suffa Institute, 156 High Street, Aston, Birmingham, B64UX
Open to: Sisters only
Course Recurring Days: Every Tuesday
Course Recurring Time: 12:30pm – 2:00pm
Course Duration: 11 weeks
Course Format: Short course
Minimum Age: 16
Quranic Arabic: Understanding the Quran should be the goal of every Muslim.
This course will enable you to start your journey in understanding the Words of Allah and reflecting on the Arabic Language.
Why attend this course?
“The seeking of knowledge is obligatory upon every Muslim (male and female).” – (Hadith)
The Quran and Sunnah consistently remind the believers of the importance of gaining Islamic knowledge and implementing it in our lives. This is your opportunity to act upon this reminder and take away valuable new insights about the Deen of Islam for the pleasure of Allah, Most High.
Who is this course for?
Sisters who cannot devote their time for full-time Islamic Studies, thus seeking alternative, quality, Islamic courses.
Sisters wishing to increase their understanding and revive the Islamic Spirit through understanding and implementation of the Sunnah.
Anybody with a desire to learn the language of the people of Jannah
What is stopping you from learning the language of the Quran?
By studying Quranic Arabic you can grasp the major concepts of Arabic language and
understand the Divine text without the help of a translation.
What you will gain:
– Get closer to the words of Allah
– Understand how the Arabic language in the Quran works
– Be able to read and write many Arabic sentences
– Learn the main concepts of Arabic Grammar
– Understand what Allah says in the Quran directly without a translation.
1 IS RULE مبتدأ خبر
2 OF RULE إضافة
3 PAST الفعل الماضي
4 ORDER OF VERBS فعل / فاعل/ مفعول
5 PREPOSITIONS حروف جر
6 PRONOUNS PRT1 ضمائر
7 PRONOUNS PRT2 ضمائر
8 ADJECTIVES النعت / الصفة
9 PRESENT VERBS الفعل المضارع
10 DUAL التثنية
11 PLURALS الجمع
12 JAZM الجزم
LETS LEARN HOW TO PRAY!
A Workshop designed with new sisters in mind.
Come and Join us and learn how to pray Salah (prayer). The workshop will incorporate theory & practical demonstration, postures and group activities. The warm and friendly atmosphere with lunch, course material and free childcare provided for the whole duration.
Please note that babies can stay with their mums, however if they get restless you will be kindly requested to settle them in a different room and bring them back when they are settled. Registration is mandatory. Boys over 10 are not allowed.