WHY TAKING This COURSE
We offer an “Islamic Studies” course for both kids and adults.
Age-appropriate levels of the program are taught by our verified & certified Islamic tutors. Our qualified Islamic teachers will help you to understand Islam religion, get familiar with the important events and historical figures, and to learn about the sufferings of early Muslims and the evolution of Islam over the years.
During this course, you or your kids will get to know all the important things that we should know as Muslims.
Being a Muslim, we should know our role model the prophet Muhammad (PBUH). Therefore, all Muslims need to learn about Islam under courses like Islamic Studies.
Additionally, under Islamic History, you will learn about different events in history, the wars, and peace treaties. All the other details and contributors that would help us in today’s world to overcome the current problems.
Furthermore, all the issues that Islam addresses can also be learned under Islamic Studies. Basics like the pillars of Islam and Islam teachings about humanity can be learned. So, get yourself registered for the “Islamic Studies” course and discover the magnificence of the Islam.
What will you learn?
This course is divided into sections
- Islamic supplication, dua, (namaz) course
- Pillars in Islam & pillars of iman
- Islamic manners course
- The prophet’s stories course
- Tafsser course
- Hadith course
- Tawhid course (monotheism), (aqedah), aqidah
1st course, you will learn Islamic supplications
The practice of Islamic supplication is just one aspect of the Muslim way of life. Du’a is an essential part of our worship since Allah hears all we say, especially when we pray. The word “Du” or “Duaa” can refer to a prayer of supplication or request in Islam. It strengthens the bond between Allah (SWT) & his followers, enables Muslims to go about their everyday routines with Allah’s direction in mind, and allows them to accumulate good acts by remembering Allah (SWT) even at the most inopportune moments.
In this course you will Learn:
- 1st Kalima, first kalima
- 2nd kalima, second kalima
- 3rd kalma, third kalima
- 4th kalma, fourth kalima
- 5th kalma, fifth kalima
- 6th kalma, sixth kalima
Also, you will learn some daily dua, such as
- Dua before eating
- Dua after eating
- Dua before sleeping, Dua when sleeping, Dua for sleeping
- Dua for waking up, Dua after waking up
- bathroom dua, (Dua for leaving bathroom, leaving toilet dua
- Dua for entering bathroom )
- Dua for thanking someone
- Sneezing Dua (Dua when sneezing, yarhamukallah meaning,Dua after sneezing, what do you say when someone sneezes
- Dua for knowledge, Dua for increasing knowledge
- Dua for wudu (before while, and after wudu)
- Dua entering masjid,
- Dua leaving masjid
- Dua of drinking water, zam zam dua,Dua after drinking water
- Dua for milk, Dua for drinking milk
- Dua When wearing clothes, Dua for new clothes
- Dua when looking in the mirror
- Entering house dua, Dua for leaving home
- Dua for breaking fast
- Dua for travelling
- Dua for exam
- Dua for sleeping
- Dua for forgiveness
- Dua for parents
- Dua for jumma mubarak
- Dua for protection from evil eye
2nd Course, you will learn the Pillars in Islam & Pillars of Iman ( Faith)
The five pillars of Islam are the essential ideas and primary beliefs upon which the Islamic faith is built. They are also known as the five tenets of Islam. Every Muslim is required to fulfill these essential requirements of faith, which are referred to collectively as Iman. If a person disregards the significance of the sacraments or acts in a way that violates its boundaries, they will be expelled from the religion and forbidden to take part in any of its rituals.
All Muslims are required to follow the five most important tenets of their religion throughout the course of their entire lives. Because they serve as the basis for a Muslim’s way of life, these behaviors are collectively referred to as pillars.
In this course, you will learn 5 pillars in Islam:
- Prayer, salat
- Alms (zakat)
- Fasting (sawm)
- Pilgrimage (hajj)The
The 6 pillars of the Iman, Faith are:
- Belief in Allah
- Belief in angle
- Belief in books
- Belief in messengers
- Belief in last day
- Belief in Divine Decree (Al-Qadar)
In 3rd course, you will learn Islamic manners, Adab (Islam)
Sound religious practice leads to excellent character, and the Prophet of Allah, may Allah bless him and grant him peace, stated that he was sent to the perfect good character (Muwatta’ Malik). But there are ways of behaving that can only be learned from people who already have them.
In this course, you will learn:
- How to Properly Greet a Muslim
- How do you go to sleep and wake up
- How one uses the restroom
- Manner of Wudu
- Rules for Consuming Food and Liquids
- Manner of coming and going from the house
- Road manners
- Manner of seeking permission
- Manner of sneezing
- Appreciation etiquette
- Manner to Change Your Clothing
- Obedience to one’s parents
4th Course You will learn The prophet’s stories
Muslims can learn more about the prominent prophets mentioned in the Quran by reading about their lives in the stories of the Prophets.
Allah (SWT) selects the prophets and directs them to carry out the most crucial job imaginable. Their job is to teach people things that they couldn’t figure out with just their own brains and senses. It covers topics such as how to pray to God, how to behave in this world, and the truth about dying and the hereafter.
In this course, you will learn:
- The Prophet “Ibrahim’s” Legacy – The Universal Model for Families and Nations
- The Prophet “Musa “
- The Life of Prophet “Yussuf”
- The Life of the Prophet “Jesus”
- Short stories and famous incidents involving various prophets as revealed in the Quran
- Last Prophet Muhammad’s Seerah (PBUH)
5th course, you will learn Tafseer first para (juz), such as tafsir surah
Suppose you want to become an expert in the field of tafsir. In that case, you need to familiarize yourself with the many diverse methods and approaches to exegeting the Quran that have developed within the Islamic tradition. This is a one-of-a-kind chance for Ulam and advanced students to enroll in a course focused on mastering the many forms of tafsir and gaining a firm grounding in studying exegesis.
In this course you will learn:
- Surah fatiha
- Surah nas
- Surah falaq
- Surah ikhlas
- Surah masad
- Surah nasr
- Surah kafirun
- Surah kawthar
- Surah maun
- Surah quraish
- Surah feel
- Surah humazah
- Surah asr
- Surah takasur
- Surah qariah
- Surah adiyat
- Surah zalzalah
- Surah bayyinah
- Surah qadr
- Surah alaq
- Surah duha
- Etc …..
6th course, you will learn 40 hadith from imam Nawawi And some hadith from Sahih Bukhari’s book
The well-known book named “Al ‘Arbain fi Mabani al Islam wa Qawaid al-Ahkam” contains the 40 ahadith of Imam An Nawawi (may Allah have mercy on him). The Message of Islam is summarized in 42 separate ahadith that are collected here.
In this course, you will learn the following:
- Faith, Trust, and Belief in Allah, the Merciful
- The Judgment Day and Related Topics
- Proper Muslim Etiquette and Manners
- Legal Precepts
- Putting Humans Into Existence
- Defining what is lawful and what is forbidden
- Defining the required actions
- Reconnecting with Allah
7th course, you will learn Tawhid course (monotheism), (Aqedah), aqidah
The term “Aqeedah” refers to the core beliefs that every practicing Muslim, whether young or old, must internalize. Being a Muslim without knowing the Aqeedah is like being a pilot who doesn’t know how to control a plane. Lacking a firm grasp of the essential issues of life and faith, one is left aimless and confused. Using the Salafi interpretation of Islam, students in this online Aqeedah course will explore the fundamentals of the faith, including Tawheed (monotheism) and faith in Allah.
8th course, you will learn Fiqh
What is meant by “fiqh” is familiarity with Islamic legal principles. The goal is to lead the entire nation in the right direction by analyzing and explaining Islamic legal provisions in the context of the Quran and the Sunnah. The teachings of the Quran and Hadith are used to make decisions about matters that aren’t explicitly addressed in either text, yielding the most accurate possible verdicts under any circumstances.
9th course, you will learn Seerah
The study of Muhammad’s life, known as Seerah, is an important part of the Islamic tradition (S). The goal of this class is to teach students how to live like prophets by emulating their behavior and following their moral and spiritual guidance. By providing background information, seerah enriches our understanding of other disciplines like hadith and Quranic studies. The numerous dimensions of the Prophet’s life, including his relationships with society and religion, are studied by the students in order to better understand and love him (S).