Learning fiqh is as necessary as performing worships because in fiqh you learn how to perform worship properly, in our online fiqh classes you will learn fiqh and it’s science (uloos ul fiqh). Right now we have only online Hanafi fiqh classes available for the students.
Abu Darda RA”] It is narrated from him he said that “If you spend just a moment in Learning Deen, better than standing all the night in prayer” Subhan Allah.
Abdullah bin Umar RA”] Narrated from Holy Prophet Sallallahu alaihi wassalam, having a session of learning Deen (fiqh) is better than six years worship.
Anas bin Malik”]From Holy Prophet Sallallahu alaihi wassalam, He said that an Aalim (scholar) has more virtue in the court of Allah SWT than a thousand worshippers.
Sayyiduna Ali RA” an alim has more reward than the one who fasts, stands all night in prayer and returns from the battlefield of Jihad with victory”.
Online Fiqh Hanafi Courses:
We are providing two types of fiqh classes.
Basic Fiqh for Beginners:
in this course, students will learn the basics of Fiqh, this is easier and convenient for those who have no or some knowledge of Fiqh.
In this book, we will teach the Book called Noor ul Idaah, and topics we will cover are:
- Hajj and Umrah
Advance Fiqh Course:
What will you learn:
The idea of our lesson is to provide three things for the students.
1.History of Hanafi Madh’hub:
First one is a history of the Hanafi mazhub, which is beyond just a biography of the imams. So it’s not just Imam Abu Hanifa, imam Muhammad or Abu Yousuf, it is beyond that. so how fiqh was like from before Imam Abu Hanifa, the idea of Kufa how that played a role into the development of the Mazhub and then moving down for the first three or four hundred years.
2.Dala’el ul Madh’hub.
The second aspect that we are focusing upon is dalaa’il ul Madh’hub (proving Hanafi madhhab). the idea here is that there are multiple benefits to this.
The most clear benefit is that you learn Dalil (proof) on your Mazhub, so it is the confidence in your Mazhub.
so the idea was that we get 20 to 30 controversial issues not necessarily controversial in contemporary times, because there’s Masaa’il are not controversial now, but were controversies before.
so it’s about looking at those classical issues which the Hanafi Mazhab was attacked for and to see responses and how the Hanafi Mazhab responded to that.
The idea is that the student at the end of the course not only they have these arguments or confidence in the mudhub but they also have access or exposure to multiple texts, so if in the future something like this comes up they know where to go, so multiple texts were consulted for that.
The third aspect that would uncover is contemporary fiqh.
so the difference here with the iftaa’ course is that in the iftaa’ course students like given questions and you’re supposed to go ahead and then find the answer to the research yourself, but here it’s the teacher or the book we’re looking at providing the answers.
So it’s looking at this is contemporary issues and these are the answers given and within that meaning between the idea, development has been contemporary fit where there was empty controversial issues, something like photography we looked at specific books or lengthy articles for Pro and against. so it’s the whole idea of exposure mainly.
that’s the three things that we will be covering in our lessons and that’s the whole structure of the advanced jurisprudence program.