Summer Course: Guidance of the Traveller - Part Two

by Islaam.net

Introduction

The goal of our lives is to achieve the pleasure of Allah and enter the gardens of Paradise in the everlasting after life. Allah, the Most High, has said that our purpose in life is to worship Him.

The Noble Quran (51:56):
"And I (Allâh) created not the jinns and humans except they should worship Me (Alone) "

If this is our purpose, should we not learn how to worship Allah correctly, as well as we possibly can?

Islamic Network are pleased to bring you a seven-day course which will cover all the major acts of Social Dealings that we must perform in our lives. This is an invaluable opportunity to learn your religious obligations in a simple and complete way, Insha'Allah.

The topics to be covered include Islamic rulings regarding:

Main topics:

Trade

  • Buying and Selling
  • Interest (Riba)
  • Renting
  • Loans
  • Guaranteeing payment
  • Buying in advance
  • Bankruptcy
  • Commissioning another to do something
  • Partnerships
  • Sharecropping
  • Renting things and hiring people's services
  • Wages
  • Lost and found
  • Games, contests and prizes
  • Gift giving
  • Wills
Inheritance

Freeing slaves

Marriage

  • Conditions of nikah
  • Unmarriageable kin
  • Defects in the spouse permitting annulment of the marriage
  • The Bride's marriage payment
  • Relations between a husband and his wife (including financial support, obedience, equality between co-wives)
  • A release for payment from the wife (khul')
Divorce

  • Different types of divorce
  • Words that effect a divorce
  • Irretractable and retractable divorce
  • Taking one's wife back after divorce
  • Forswearing one's wife for more than four months
  • Comparing one's wife to his 'mother's back' (dhihar)

  • A woman's postmarital waiting period
  • Financial support of wives, relatives, slaves and the custody of children
Food

Slaughtering and hunting animals

Oaths and Vows

Crimes and Justice

Penalties for crimes

Judging

Course notes will be provided as well as an interactive online server (after the end of the course) in which all students will have the chance to review extra course notes, audio and video lectures. As an added bonus, students will have access to past courses like the "Beautiful Names and Attributes of Allah and the Explanation of Imam Al-Nawawi's 40 Hadith".

This course is split over three weekends allowing you to easily organise it around your personal and working lives - so don't miss this chance!

The lecturer is Shaykh Abu Abdissalam, a graduate from Dar al-Hadith al- Khayriyyah in Makkah, who you may have seen on ISLAM channel with his series on "Stories of the Prophets and Imam Al-Nawawi's 40 Hadith". Born and brought up in England, he has six ijazahs in Bukhari, Muslim, Tirmidihi, Abu Dawood, Na'sai and ibn Majah. He also has ijazahs for the Sharh of Aqidah Tahawiyyah of Ibn Abdil Izz al-Hanafi; Shaykh Muhammmad Amin al Harari's Sharh of Muqadimmah of Muslim; and one in Nuzhat an Nazr Sharh Nukhbat al-Fikr of Ibn Hajar).

Dates and Times:

Triple Weekend

Friday 27th July: 5pm - 8pm

Saturday 28th – Sunday 29th July: 10am - 8pm

Saturday 4th - Sunday 5th August: 10am - 8pm

Saturday 11th - Sunday 12th August: 10am - 8pm

Venue: Second Floor, East Wing Atrium, University of East London Docklands Campus, 4-6 University Way, London, E16 2RD

Cost:

Students who attended Guidance of the Traveller Part 1 - Summer 2006: £40
Full-times Students/Unemployed: £40
Couples: £55 each
Everyone else: £75
Day Pass (please pay at the door): £15
Group bookings of 5+ get discount of £50 off total (at the full attendee rate of £75 each)

Payment in installment by standing order is also available. Please email for details if you wish to use this method.

Book Online Below

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Telephone: 0845 299 0498


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