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September 26, 2008

Al–Salam Institute UK: New semester courses

Writing about web page http://www.al-salam.co.uk

An annoucement I thought I'd share with my viewership


al-Salam Institute presents
 
Our new semester programme:
 
 

Sahih Muslim

 
Teacher: Dr. Mohammad Akram Nadwi
Date: Sundays; 26th October - 14th December 2008
Time: 1pm - 4pm
Venue:Cheney School, Cheny Lane, Headington, Oxford, OX3 7QH
Fee: £100 per term 
 
 
In this course Dr. Akram Nadwi will read the entire collection of Shahih Muslim in Arabic with a brief commentary in English. The introductary lessons will explain the methodology of Imam Muslim, the histroy of hadith compilation, the sciences related to studying hadith and the importance of Imam Muslim etc.

The course will complete with a khatam and an ijaza from Dr. Akram Nadwi for those students who regularly attend these classes.


Shafi'i Fiqh (Umdat al-Salaik)


Teacher: Shaykh Afifi al-Akiti
Text: Ahmad ibn Naqib al-Misri - The Reliance of the Traveller
Date: Sundays: 26th October - 14th December 2008 
Time: 5pm - 6pm 
Venue: Asian Cultural Centre, Manzil Way, Oxford, OX4 1GH

Fees: Free Entrance
 
In this class Shaykh Afifi al-Akiti will teach Shafi'i fiqh using The Reliance of the Traveller (Ahmad ibn Naqib al Misri), a classical Manual of Islamic Sacred Law translated by Noah Ha Mim Keller.

Umdat as-Salik (Reliance of the Traveller)
This text is a classic manual of fiqh. It represents the fiqh rulings according to the Shafi'i school of jurisprudence.

The appendices form an integral part of the book and present original texts and translations from classic works by prominent Shafi'i scholars such as al-Ghazali, Ibn Qudamah, al-Nawawi, al-Qurturbi, al-Dhahabi, Ibn Hajar and other, on topics of Islamic law, faith, spirituality, Qur'anic exegesis and Hadith sciences.


Logic (al-Mantiq)


Teacher: Dr. Akram Nadwi
Text: Maqasid al-Falasifah by Imam Ghazali
Date: Sundays: 26th October - 14th December 2008 
Time: 6pm - 7pm 
Venue:
 Asian Cultural Centre, Manzil Way, Oxford, OX4 1GH
Fees: £50 Per term
 
Sharpen your mind by learning and applying the rules of classical logic and formalized thought. In this class Dr. Akram Nadwi will teach Logic (al-Mantiq) based on Maqasid al-Falasifah by Imam Ghazali.
 
 

Tafsir

 
 
Teacher: Dr. Akram Nadwi
Date: Sundays: 26th October - 14th December 2008
Time: 7pm - 8pm
Venue: Asian Cultural Centre, Manzil Way, Oxford, OX4 1GH
Fees: Free Entrance.
 
In this class, Dr. Nadwi will teach tafseer (exegesies) of the Qur'an based on the concept of thematic and structural coherence, which was developed by the great Indian scholar Mawlana Hamid al-Din Farahi (d.1930)
 
 
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For further information/registration please visit our brand new website:
 
 


September 23, 2008

Rights of Women after Marriage in Islam

I just recently found about this fact and thought I'd share here:

A woman has the right to be maintained at the socio-economic status that she was accustomed to before she was married, unless she relenquishes that right herself. So if a woman is wealthy before and marries a wealthy man who can not maintain her at the status she was accustomed to before, she has the right on the grounds of shariah for divorce.

There is an understanding that women need help inside the house for domestic affairs, managing the children, etc. With regards to servicing the house, the scholars have said that she is not obliged to work within the house but is preferred if she is not working. In fact, it is not considered to be "disobedient" to be obliged to serve the guests of the man. These are the facts mentioned in the Shairiah in books of fiqh which were written centuries ago. Women get burnt out, tired and thus marriage gets deteriorated because of these things. But it works both ways, and the Prophet salalaualahywasalam warned us of the dangers of women as well refered to as Kufraan-al-Asheera that women can not appreciate what the man does. It works both ways, it is a two-way street, there is a type of women that you good to her all her life and then once you do something wrong, she will say "I never knew any good from you." In other words, that she forgets all what you have done your whole life. Thus caution must be from both sides of the relationship.


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