CERTIFICATE IN ISLAMIC LAW (FIQH) | BIRMINGHAM
Students will study religious duties that are obligatory for every Muslim.
Islamic Law (Fiqh)
Students will study religious duties pertaining to worship in the chapters of purification, prayer and other chapters that are obligatory for every Muslim in the comprehensive science of Islamic Jurisprudence. The course will enable the correct practice of religious obligations.
Sunday 12 - 1pm
Venue: Bordesley Green Girls' School, Bordesley Green Road, Birmingham, B9 4TR
The Certificate courses are based on the Diploma programme. Students study one or more of our subjects as individual courses, choosing from Quranic Recitation (Tajwid), Islamic Creed (Aqidah), Islamic Law (Fiqh), Portrait of the Prophet (Shamail) and Spirituality (Tasawwuf). When the course is successfully completed, they achieve a certificate. Each session is an hour long and these run at various locations for 30 weeks over the academic year.
Instalment payment plan option also available if required. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Ustadha Sidra Shaheen began her traditional Islamic education in Birmingham under the tutelage of the notable scholar Shaykha Safia Shahid. Under her careful instruction, she studied various Islamic sciences, including Arabic Grammar, Arabic Morphology, Hadith, Islamic Jurisprudence, Islamic Theology and Tajwid. She has also studied courses in Logic, Tafsir, Usul al-Fiqh and an exposition of Imaam Busiri’s timeless poem ‘Qasida al-Burda’. With a keen interest in Islamic Theology, Ustadha Sidra currently continues to further her studies in the traditional sciences, and has recently begun delivering online classes in Arabic Grammar. Ustadha Sidra undertook her undergraduate studies at the University of Birmingham before obtaining a Masters in Economics from the University of Warwick in 2011. Ustadha Sidra will be teaching Women’s Muslim College courses in October in Leicester and Walsall, covering the Certificate in Islamic Creed (Aqidah) and the Certificate in Islamic Law (Fiqh) in both locations insha Allah.