Al-Marifah Foundation in association with Didsbury Masjid presents:
Stories from the Quran | Fiqh of Taharah & Salah
A new 8-Week programmes starting on Wednesday 30th October 2019 from 7pm – 9pm.
The 8-week course will cover two topics each week for 45 mins each.
Stories from the Qur’an
Quranic stories not only provide us with information about past nations, prophets and incidents, but rather the Quranic stories offer divine guidance and lessons which are applicable in our lives today.
In this course, we will focus on the deep wisdoms which can be derived from the different stories covered each week by reflecting on the commentaries of classical scholars. We will also seek to extract practical benefits and lessons which can be applied in our modern-day context.
- Story of Adam
- Story of Nuh
- Story of Yunus
- Story of Luqman and his Son
- Story of People of the Cave
- Story of the Slander of Aisha
- Story of the Boy and the King
Fiqh of Taharah & Salah
An introductory course which aims to give students the opportunity to improve their understanding of the rules surrounding Purification and Prayer according the the Hanafi school of Islamic Law.
- Wiping over socks
- Iqamah and adhaan
- Pre-conditions of prayer
- Integrals of prayer
- Funeral prayers
- Jumu’ah prayer
Ustadh Abid Khan
Ustadh Abid Khan is a graduate of Law from Manchester Metropolitan University. Ustadh Abid is a qualified teacher who also hold a Masters in Islamic Education. Having studied the Islamic sciences with teachers in the UK, Ustadh Abid decided to take his studies further and spent a number of years studying in Egypt.
Ustadh Abid is currently finishing off a BA in Islamic and Arabic Studies from the prestigious Al-Azhar University as well as holding the position of Director of Education and Assistant Imam at Cheadle Mosque in Manchester.
Shaykh Asad Chaudhry
Through involvement with the Islamic Society at college, Asad began Islamic work from an early age. While at university, he served on the committees of a local youth organisation and the university Islamic Society. After graduation, he memorised the Qur’an and went on to study Arabic and Islamic Law at the European Institute of Human Sciences, France. He continued his studies further and graduated from the Faculty of Islamic Law at al-Azhar University, Egypt.