Islamic Essentials

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  • Tawheed = The Oneness of Allah. Ahkam = Commandments. Qisas = Stories & Parables
  • Islamic Essentials

    1. 1. The Masjid UCLAN 23.10.13
    2. 2. ISLAM
    3. 3. Outward Actions Testimony Fast Alms Of Faith Hajj Prayer Allah Books Angels The Final Day Fate Messengers Resurrection Inner
    4. 4. Sacred Texts in Islam (1) • • • • • The Quran The unchanged Word of Allah Last and final message Contains guidance for mankind Subjects include Tawheed, Ahkam & Qisas ‘It will never cease to amaze’
    5. 5. Sacred Texts in Islam (2) • • • • Sunnah (Hadith) The life of the Prophet Muhammad Interpretation of the Quran Prophetic Lifestyle Relevant to every Place, Time and Personality ‘If you love Allah then follow me, Allah will love you’ Quran
    6. 6. Fiqh • • • • Definitions Fiqh during the time of the Prophet (pbuh) The Four Foundations of Fiqh Four Schools of Fiqh Hanafi, Shafi’ee, Maaliki, Hambali
    7. 7. The Mosque
    8. 8. The Ka’bah Through the Ages
    9. 9. Quba Mosque First Mosque built by the Prophet (upon him be peace) upon his arrival to the city of Madinah
    10. 10. The Prophet’s Mosque in Madinah
    11. 11. AlAqsa Mosque Jerusalem
    12. 12. Mosque Diagram 1. Minaret 2. Dome 3. Entrance 4. Ablution Area 5. Masjid/Sajadah 6. Mihrab 7. Mimbar
    13. 13. China Afghanistan Mali
    14. 14. Masjid Khalid ibn Waleed
    15. 15. Cordoba
    16. 16. Sulaymaniyya Mosque Turkey
    17. 17. Sulaimaniyya Mosque, Turkey
    18. 18. Jamea Masjid
    19. 19. Jamea Masjid, Preston • Community established in 1950’s/60’s • Muslims from over 30 countries • Religion Unifying Factor
    20. 20. Masjid Quwwatul Islam
    21. 21. Evening School
    22. 22. Mosques in Preston
    23. 23. Prayer Times 1. Fajr 2. Zuhur/Jumah 3. Asr 4. Maghrib 5. Isha
    24. 24. Activities in the Mosque • Prayer • Washing/Shrouding the Deceased • Education • Marriage • Lectures • Consultation
    25. 25. Etiquettes of the Mosque • • • • Remove footwear Modest clothing Observe silence No Trade
    26. 26. Islamic Calendar • Ramadhan • Eid al Fitr • Eid al Adha • Jum’ah (Friday)
    27. 27. Death & Bereavement The Islamic Perspective
    28. 28. Meeting Death • Life of the World as a Trial • Living in preparedness for the Hereafter • Appreciates being reminded of the Almighty • Afflictions are purifiers • Terminally ill may wish to travel to Arabia • Restrictions in the Hospital environment • Prefer to die at home with the family • Recital of the Quran & other prayers • Last Breath – The Testimony of Faith
    29. 29. Death & Beyond • Deceased has witnessed his abode • Senses are sharper, more amplified • The ‘Call of the Deceased’ • Lies in wait until ‘The Hour’
    30. 30. Protocols & Procedure • Inform Chaplains Office to Call the Imam • Male to Male, Female to Female • Secure a Death Certificate • Release of the Body – Doctors, Mortuary Managers, Coroners Office etc • Register the Death – Emergency Contact Numbers • Post - Mortem • Taken to the Mosque for Gusl & Takfeen
    31. 31. Gusl Carried out by experienced members of the community. Body is washed with dignity & is shrouded in its natural state. Takfeen • Shroud is of simple cloth • 3 sheets for male, 4 for females • Fragrance applied to the 7 points of prostration • Body is now ready for Prayer & Burial
    32. 32. Disposing of the Dead – How?
    33. 33. Tadfeen - Burial Types of Graves Prayer The Graveyard Laid to Rest

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