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Level: Two

Instructors: Shaykh Jamir Meah & Shaykh Farid Dingle

Course Overview

This course will cover the details of financial transactions, inheritance, marriage, divorce, child custody, injurious crimes, fixed Sharia punishments, hunting and halal slaughtering of animals, oaths and vows, and court proceedings according to the Shafi’i school of Islamic jurisprudence.  It will cover who can undertake a financial contract, what can be sold, and various details of a wide number of contracts like hiring, agency, companies, and investments. The course also goes over the various shares in inheritance, its conditions and execution, and other related matters. There will also be some detail on polygamy, the Islamic juristic and political structure, and jus ad bellum and jus in bello.

Who is this course for?

Before taking this course, take the Essentials of Worship (Shafi'i): Ba Fadl's The Short Abridgement Explained

Take this course before all courses in Level Three.

Learning Outcomes:

• The technical side of the vast majority of financial and familial relations that a Muslim will get involved in his/her life.

• the various types of sale, how “interest” can be avoided in sales and currency exchange, the various forms of canceling a sales contract, forward sales, and debt transfers.

• The concept of financial liability and legal liability it discussed along with various forms of investing money in a halal way.

• Other key topics include charitable engagements, and who should get married, and how it should be done from beginning to end.

• The details of the shares inherited from one family member are explained, that one inherits from and that one does not, and how the shares can vary based on the combinations of living heirs.

• How an Islamic marriage is terminated, and what the financial obligations are towards one’s family members.

• How Islam joins between the spirit and the letter of the Sacred Law

• How Islam promotes law and order

• How flexible Sharia law can be

• What valid oaths and vows are

• How Islamic law fits into the current political climate

Course Outline

Session 1

  • Al Bai’ – Sales Transactions Al Riba – Interest Sales Cancellations

Session 2

  • Al Salam – Paying in Advance Al Rahn – Putting up Collateral Al Hajr – Suspension

Session 3

  • Al Sulh – Reconciliation Al Hawala – Transferring a Debt Al Dhaman – Guaranteeing Payment Al Kafalah - Guaranteeing a Person’s Appearance

Session 4

  • Al Sharika – Cooperative Partnerships Al Wakala – Authorisation Al Iqrar – Admissions

Session 5

  • Al ‘Ariyyah – Lending Items Al Ghasb – Wrongfully Taken Property Al Shufa’ – Preemption

Session 6

  • Al Qirad – Profit Sharing Venture Al Musaqah – Watering Crops for a Stipulated Portion Al Ijarah – Renting Goods and Hiring Services

Session 7

  • Al Ja’alah – Job Wages Al Mukhabara – Sharecropping Ihya al Mawat – Regenerating Uninhibited Lands Water Rights and Access

Session 8

  • Al Waqf – Endowments Al Hiba – Gifts Al Luqata – Lost and Found

Session 9

  • Al Laqit – The Foundling Al Wadi’ – Deposits for Safekeeping Al Wasiyah – Bequests

Session 10

  • Al Fara’id (Inheritance) – Introduction Male Inheritors Female Inheritors Those Who Always Inherit Those Who Never Inherit Al ‘Asabat – Universal Inheritors Al Furud – Fixed Shares Al Hajb – Elimination Shares of Brothers and Sisters

Session 11

  • Al Nikah (Marriage) – Introduction Looking at the Opposite Sex The Integrals of the Marriage Contract Al Khitba – Marriage Proposals Al Ijbar – Compelling Women to Marry Unmarriageable Women

Session 12

  • Spousal Defects Permitting Annulment Al Sadaq – The Wife’s Marriage Payment Al Walimah – The Wedding Feast

Session 13

  • Conjugal rights;  divorce and related issues;

Session 14

  • Child custody and financial support.

Session 15

  • Blood money

Session 16

  • Fixed Sharia punishments

Session 17

  • Jihad: Jus ad bellum and jus in bello

Session 18

  • Jihad: Jus post bellum

Session 19

Hunting and halal slaughter

Session 20

  • Competitions and Entertainment

Session 21

  • Oaths and Vows

Session 22

  • Caliphate

Session 23

  • Court proceedings

Session 24

  • Manumission

About The instructors:

Shaykh Jamir Meah grew up in Hampstead, London. He traveled to Tarim, Yemen, where he spent nine years privately studying a range of Islamic sciences under the foremost scholars and muftis from the Ribat Tarim, specializing in Shafi’i fiqh. In early 2016, he moved to Amman, Jordan, where he continues advanced studies under many of Amman’s most prominent scholars, in a range of Islamic sciences, including Islamic theology, logic, legal principles and precepts, hadith studies, grammar and rhetoric, seerah, Quranic studies and tafsir. He is also an experienced homeopath, having studied and been mentored by some of its leading practitioners.

Shaykh Farid Dingle has completed extensive years of study in the sciences of the Arabic language and the various Islamic Sciences. During his studies, he also earned a CIFE Certificate in Islamic Finance. Over the years he has developed a masterful ability to crafts lessons that help non-Arabic speakers gain a deep understanding of the language. He currently teaches courses in the Arabic Language.

Number of Lessons: 12 Lessons
Total Duration: 15 hrs 59 mins
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What You Will Learn:

  • Distinguish between true religious knowledge that is beneficial and ostensibly religious knowledge that is not
  • Identify instances of the sins of the limbs (particularly those of the tongue)
  • Identify instances of the sins of the heart
  • Complete a regimen of protecting your tongue from sin
  • Improve your character with your teachers, relatives, friends, and strangers
  • Appreciate the spiritual value of good company

Skill Level: Beginner
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