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    1. 1. Minhaj-ul-Islam Course Outline (Islamic Way of Living) Aqee’dah (Elements of Eeman) & Rights of Allah SWT Rights of Creations, Muq’looq Elements of Iqla’aq, Character Fiqh’ of Ibadaat, Worship  Details of Wudu  Details of Salaat, Prayer  Details of Zakaat, Charity  Details of Hajj, Pilgrimage  Details of Siyaam, Fasting Mu’amalat, Dealings  Business Deals, Contracts  Marriage and Divorce  Inheritance  Food and Drinks  Hudood, Punishments Text Reference Minhaj-ul-Muslim By Sheikh Abu Bak’r Al Jaza’iry, Arabic/English/Urdu
    2. 2. Aqeedah/Belief Basics What is the definition of Tawheed? 3 Categories of Tawheed Mentioned in Surat Al Fatiha  Rububiyah  Ibadah  Asma wa Sifaat 5 Pillars of Islam and 6 Pillars of Iman What is Fiqh? Principles of Actions/Fiqh (Intentions, Actions) Types of Actions (Farida, Wajib, Mustahab) How to Approach Quran (Explanation by Ahadith and Quran) Types of Ahadith (Authentic, Weak, Fabricated)
    3. 3. What is Aqee’dah? Al-Aqeedah linguistically is derived from the term aqada. In Arabic, one states,"Aqada the rope" when the rope is tied firmly. And, "Aqada the sale" or "He settled the sale" when the person ratifies and contracts a sale or agreement. Allah SWT says in the Quran, "And as for those whom your right hands have made a covenant (Ar., aqadat)" [Al- Nisa 33]. And Allah SWT also says, "But He will take you to task for the oaths which you swear in earnest (Ar., aqadtum) [Al-Maida, 89] which means asserted and adhered to, as proven in the verse, "And break not oaths after the assertion of them" [An-Nahl, 91]. If one says, "Aqadtu such and such," it means his heart is firm upon such and such. Did Prophet SAW used the term Aqee’dah? Imam Abu Hanifa called this great subject al-Fiqh al-Akbar ("The Greater Understanding") and the understanding of the religion
    4. 4. Beliefs In Risalat Muhammad SAW Messenger (Rasool Allah SAW)  Human Being: “Say I m a human being except I receive revelation.”  Death: “Muhammad SAW is a Messenger just like other Messengers.”  Love of Allah, Love of Rasool Allah SAW  Rasool Allah SAW more beloved than one’s parents [Hadith Saheeh]  Obedience to Allah and Obedience to Messenger SAW [Al Imran]  Types of Sunnah  Wajib: Wama Atakumu Rasoola Faquzooho [Al-Hashr]  Mustahab: Man Ragheba Un Sunnatee Fa Laisa Minni  Islam 101: Quran and Sunnah, Practice of Sahaba  Religion is Complete:  “Today religion is completed…”  “O Messenger, preach if you don’t do so you have not given the right of Messengership.” Ta’wwa’ssul  Ways of making dua of Sahaba Exaggeration of Prophet SAW Status
    5. 5. Innovations/Bida’t What is the definition of Bida’t? Hadith regarding Bid’at?  Prophet SAW said, “Whoever innovates in the matters that is not there will be rejected.” [Bukhari]  Every speech of Prophet SAW began, “Every new thing in the religion is an innovation, every innovation is a deviation, every deviation leads to hellfire.”  Prophet SAW said, “Four are the ones who have curse of Allah…..The one who provides refuge to an Innovator.” Common Examples of Innovations  Somebody Dies: Soyem, Chehlum, Reciting at the Grave  Celebrating the Birthday of Prophet SAW  Singling out 27th Rajab  Singling out 14th Sha’ba’n  Quranic Recitations  Reciting Surat Ya’sin on a dying person
    6. 6. Shirk What is the definition of Shirk? What is the ruling of Shirk by Allah? Types of Shirk  Akbar-Big  Dua, Intention, Obedience, Love  Asghar-Small  Show Off  Khafee-Hidden  Visible Examples of Shirk  Grave-Worshipping  Amulets  Charms  Asking Directly from Prophet SAW  Excessive Dogma in Righteous People  Sorcery(Magic)
    7. 7. Belief in Quran Furqan - Criterion Stories of previous prophets and nations. Miracles of Quran  Protection [Al Hijr: 9]  Prophecies  Roam’s victory  Inheritance  Description of nature Responsibilities with Respect to Quran (RUIT)  Recitation  Understanding  Implementation/Acting  Teaching
    8. 8. Misc Matters of Belief 6-Pillars of I’man Belief in Divine Decree (Qadha) and Will (Qadar) Belief in Azab e Qabr Belief in Commanding Good & Forbidding Evil Belief in the Necessity of Loving the Companions of Allah’s Messenger SAW and Honoring them, Respecting the Imams of Islam and Obedience to Muslim Authority Tawassul (Adaab of Making Dua) Finality of the Prophet Muhammad SAW
    9. 9. Tawassul What is Tawassul? Allowable forms of Tawassul The companion who asked Prophet SAW to make Dua Umar RAD’s request to Prophet’s Uncle for making dua during drowght Disallowed forms of Tawassul Making Dua and its Importance Aadab of Making Dua
    10. 10. Finality of the Prophet SAW Ayat in Surat Al Ahzab Ahadith Related to this Matter Ayat No. 1-4 Surat Al Baqarah
    11. 11. Fiqh Definition of Fiqh? “Whoever Allah loves, gives him understanding(ufaqqihu) of Religion” [Bukhari] Why do we need Fiqh? Possibility of More than Ways to be Correct? Group of Sehaba going to an expedition and Prophet SAW’s statement, Don’t pray ASR untill u reach such and such place.” Two Types of Mujtehed, Judge. Sources of Knowledge Follow Allah and Follow Rasool Allah SAW. Sources of Shari’ah, Legislation Misconceptions about Schools of Thought Statements of the Scholars regarding following opinions.
    12. 12. Fiqh Statement Attributed to Prophet SAW, “My companions are stars……………………………………………” Halal is clear and Haram is Clear, Mutashabehat Everything is halal except what is mentioned The list of Halal is way bigger than haram, hence only harams are mentioned, example in Surat Maaida, meat of Pigs are mentioned being haram; what is not mentioned is, meat of lamb, cow, camel, etc.
    13. 13. Fiqh-ut-Taharah Definition of impurities, Najasah? Urine, Stool, Prostatic Discharge, Semen Types of Tahara  Taharatul Khabath  Garment, Body and Place of Worship (Azaab-e- Qabr)  Taharatul Hadath  By Wudu, Ghusl or Tayammum Purity of Water  Prophet SAW said, “Water is pure, except in case its taste, smell and color is changed due to filthy matter introduced into it.” Al-Baihaqi. Purity of Soil  For cleaning private parts after relieving Dung, Bones are not allowed per Hadith [Agreed Upon hadith] Purity of Paper  Analogous Manners of Going to a Restroom in Today’s World
    14. 14. Fiqh-ut-Tahara Requirement of Peforming Ghusl  Cessation of Menstruation  Cessation of Post Natal Bleeding  Janabah  Accepting Islam Ghusl Mandoob-Recommended  Entering Makkah  Washing a deadbody  Jummuah Obligatory/Farida Elements of Ghusl  Intention  Cleaning Hadath  Pouring water on the entire body
    15. 15. Fiqh-ut-Taharah Sunnan of Ghusl  Bismillah  Washing hands before dipping them into the water  Removing filth at the beginning  Wudu  Dropping water in the roots of hair  Exaggerating in taking water into the nose and rinsing mouth Prohibitions during Janabah [S Defilement]  Reciting Quran (No clear hadith opinions)  Touching Quran (No clear hadith opinions)  Entering Masjid (No clear hadith opinions)
    16. 16. Fiqh-ut-Taharah Tayammum  When is it due?  Way to Perform Tayammum  Do you have to repeat Salat after finding water? Preparing for Going to Masjid  Angels Like those things that human beings like  Onions and Garlic, why its disliked to go to the Masjid?  Appearance Acts of Fitrah (Nature) [Bukhari/Muslim]  Circum  Removing P Hair  Trimming Mustache  Trimming Nails  Removing Under Arm Hair
    17. 17. Fiqh-ul-Wudu Wudu  Requirement? Virtues of Wudu  Sunnatul Wudu  Pg 370-371 of Textbook How to Perform Wudu? Obligatory Elements of Wudu  Niyy’a, Washing Face, Hands, Feet, Wiping Head Sunan Elements of Wudu  Pg 372 of the textbook Masaai’l ul Wudu  Wiping of Amama  Wiping of Socks/Leather 
    18. 18. Sala’t What is Sala’t? Meaning of Sala’t Ruling on Sala’t “Verily, As-Salah is enjouined upon the believers upon prescribed times.” [4:103] Pillar of Islam Virtues of Sala’t Leaving of Sala’t
    19. 19. Fiqh-us-Sala’t Conditions Requiring Sala’t Islam Sanity Puberty Awakening Time Purity from both Menstruation and Post- natal Blood
    20. 20. Fiqh-us-Sala’t Conditions for Validity of Sala’t Wudu Purity of Body, Clothes, Place and Shoes Type of Place (7 Prohibitions: Qabr, Slaughterhouse, Way, Toilet, Dumpster, Camels-Sitting, Top of Kabah ) Covering of Awra’h Facing the Qiblah Silence(salaam)
    21. 21. Fiqh us Salat Timings…..
    22. 22. Fiqh-us-Sala’t Obligatory Elements of Sala’t Intention Takbir Al Ihram Qiyam, Standing Reciting Fatiha Bowing, Ruku’ Short Qiyam Prostration, Sujud Jalsa Sitting and Taslim (Video)
    23. 23. Fiqh-us-Sala’t Wajibaat of Salat Sutra, Screen Prophet SAW said, “Let one of you who is in salat put a Sutra in front of him.” [Al-Hakim] Salat breaks if a woman, donkey or black dog passes in front [Al-Bukhari] Middle Tashahud Sijda-e-Sahw, Forgetfullness More or less ayats Missing Tashahud
    24. 24. Fiqh-us-Sala’t Sunan, Recommended Acts during Salat Tasbihat Reciting after Fatiha Praising Allah in Ruku, Qoma, Sujud, Jalsa At-Tahiyat Supplication for the Prophet SAW Saying Ameen Pg 413
    25. 25. Khusu’ in Salat Suratul Muminoon What is Khushu’,Humility? Salat being accepted 1/10th… ½ Five type of Musalleen (Ibnul Qayyim Al Jawzee)  Zalim Lee Nafsehee (Wudu, other aspects of Salat)  Muhasib (Does everything but does not struggle)  Mukaffir (Struggles so much that he is busy)  Musaab (His heart is attached to Allah and he is thinking about Khushu throughout)  Muqrab (His heart is attached to Allah filled with the love of Allah, state of ihsa’n)
    26. 26. Siya’m - Fasting
    27. 27. Siya’m - Fasting Farida, Obligation of Fasting Virtues of Ramada’n Virtues of Sa’im Forgiveness in Ramada’n Heightened state of Rewards Purpose of Ramada’n Sadaqah in Ramada’n Zakat in Ramada’n Laylatul Qadr Taraweeh
    28. 28. Fiqh-us-Siya’m Pillars of Fasting  Niyyah, Intention  Imsak, Refraining  Zaman Sunan of Fasting  Hastening of Breaking the Fast  Breaking fast with fresh, dried dates or water  Supplication of Breaking the Fast  As-Sahur and Delaying it Makruha’t Nullification of Fasting  Whatever reaches the inside of the body  Certain Excretions  Intentional Drinking/Eating  Apostasy from Islam  “If you associate partners with Allah, verily your deeds will be lost and you will certainly be of the losers.” [39:65]
    29. 29. Fiqh-us-Siya’m Permissables  Siwak/Tooth Stick  Cooling onself with water(no drinking)  Traveling  Treating illness by a shot (non-nourishing)  Chewing food for infant  Using Perfume Excusables  Swallowing of saliva, dust, fly (un-intentional)  Unintentional Vomiting  Waking up in Junub  Eating and Drinking Accidentally
    30. 30. Zakat
    31. 31. Zakat Farida, Obligation of Zakat  “Take from the their wealth Sadaqah in order to purify them and sanctify them with it.” [9:103]  “O who u believe! Spend from the good things which you have earned.” [2:267]  Pillar of Islam Virtues of Zakat Wisdom Behind Zakat Nisab  52.5 Tola/611.5 Grams of Silver  7.5 Tola/87 Grams of Gold Zakat on Cash, Land, Bonds, Property Rental or Property for Sale Zakat on Gold, Silver, Cash, Merchandize Zakat on Fruits and Grains Difference between Zakat, Sadaqah and Hiba
    32. 32. Zakat No Zakat on Horses, Mules, Donkeys Zakat on Cattle: Camels, Sheep, Cows Zakat on Fruit and Grains Zakat on Gold/Silver Jewelery Who is Eligible for Zakat? Categories Mentioned in Quran Zakat/Sadaqatul Fitr?
    33. 33. Zakat Calculator
    34. 34. Rights of Creations(Makhlooq) Rights of Parents Rights of Neighbors Rights Children Rights of Husband Rights of Wives Rights of Travellers Rights of Poor Rights of Animals Rights of General Muslims
    35. 35. Rights of Neighbors Muslim Neighbor Non Muslim Neighbor Near Neighbor Far Neighbor Almost received inheritance Read Ayat No. 36, Sura-e-An-Nissa “He is not a muslim who harms his neighbor.” [Sahih Hadith]
    36. 36. Mu’amalat, Dealings
    37. 37. Mu’amalat Marriage Definition Wisdom Requirements Ijab/Qubool Wali Mahr Witnesses, Shahidain
    38. 38. Advice Religion is Sincere Advice/Sincerity [Muslim] Luqman the Wise and his Advice 1. Worship Allah & Stay Away from Shirk 2. Responsibilities w.r.t. Parents 3. Prayer 4. Order Good & Forbid Evil 5. Possessing Patience 6. Politeness in Speech 7. Removal of Arrogance (walking…) 8. Lowering of Voice 9. Leaving things in Allah’s protection 10. How to attend a gathering?
    39. 39. Minhaj-ul-Islam Course Outline (Islamic Way of Living:Taught By Shakeel Hye) Basic Aalim Course Organization Goal Orientation Attendance 30 hours Oral Q&A Aqeeda 30 Hours Minimum Requirement 10 Ayaats of Tafseer Arabic, Hifz/Tajweed(Juz 30), Fiqh
    40. 40. Akhla’q (Good Character/Mannerisms) “And verily, you (O Muhammad) are on the exalted character [68:4] “For I have been sent for the completion of Good Character” [Kitab al Mufrid] “Kindness is good character” [Al Bukhari] “The dearest and nearest among you to me on the Day of Resurrection will be the best of you in conduct.” [Al Bukhari] What deed leads to Paradise? “Fear of Allah and good character.” [Tirmidhi] List of Elements of Akhla’q
    41. 41. Reliance upon Allah SWT and Self- Sufficiency - Tawakkul Definition of Tawakkul Asbab and Tawakkul “Tie your Camel and then do Tawakkul” “Rasool Allah’s (SAW) Journey to Medina Believing in Tawakkul Vs Rizq
    42. 42. 1. What is meaning of Tawheed?2. What are the 3 categories of Taheed, list them?3. What are Pillars of Islam? Questions4. What are Pillars of Eemaan?5. What does it mean by Fiqh?6. How many schools of thought are there?7. Why 4 schools of thought are known only?8. What are the two conditions for an action to be accepted, based on ahadith?9. What are the main types of Sunnah?10. Wha is a Wajib?11. What is Tawassul?12. What are the allowable forms of Tawassul?13. What is the finality of Prophethood? How is part of beliefs?14. What are some common misconceptions about Prophet SAW?15. Was Prophet SAW human being? Proof?16. Can we make dua to Prophet SAW?17. Where is Allah SWT located?18. What is wrong in attending shrines of pious individuals?19. What is wrong in wearing talisman?20. What are the two main types of Responsiblities?21. Give Example if someone takes care of right of Allah and not Mukhlooq?22. Give an Example if someone takes care of rights of Mukhlooq and not Khaaliq?23. What are the common rights of parents?24. What are the common rights of children?25. What are the common rights of neighbors?26. What are the common rights of general muslims?27. Whar are the common rights of non-muslims?28. What are some conditions of salat?29. What are some obligations of salat?30. What are some of the wajibat of the salat?31. What are some of the things that will break the salat?32. Where do you keep your hands in salat while standing, what is the text supporting it?33. What is the difference in prayers of men and women?34. What do you know about sutra/screen in the salat?35. What is a traveller’s prayer?36. What is Tayammum?37. What are the obligations of wudu?38. When is ghusl wajib?39. What are the conditions that will break the wudu?40. What are the things that will break the fast?41. Who are the people allowed not to fast?42. What is the evidence of universal crescent sighting versus local crescent sighting?43. What are the pillars/obligations of Hajj?44. Who are the people who have hajj fard?45. What are the wajibat of hajj?46. What are those things that will make hajj invalid?47. What would menstruating women do during hajj?48. What are the manners of doing Da’wah/Am’r Bil Maroof wa Nahw Anil Munkar?49. What are the 3 types of Patience, give examples?50. How being shy(haya) is part of Iman?