Fiqh

Islamic Jurisprudence

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Manhaj al Sālikīn (Path of the Wayfarer)

Part One

Level:

Beginners

Written by Sheikh Abdur Raḥmān al Sa'adi (d.1376h), Manhaj al Sālikīn is a brief primer in jurisprudence. Primarily based on anbali Fiqh, it has been written in a clear and concise manner avoiding the intricacies and complicated issues found in more detailed manuals of law. Topics in part one include: 

  • Purification

  • Prayers

  • Funerals 

  • Zakāh

  • Fasting

  • Ḥajj

Class Duration: 6 Months (2 hours per week)

Manhaj al Sālikīn (Path of the Wayfarer)

Part Two

Level:

Beginners

Written by Sheikh Abdur Raḥmān al Sa'adi (d.1376h), Manhaj al Sālikīn is a brief primer in jurisprudence. It has been written in a clear and concise manner avoiding the intricacies and complicated issues found in more detailed manuals of law. Topics include:

  • Transactions

  • Inheritance

  • Marriage & Divorce

  • Foods

  • Criminal and Judicial Law

Class Duration: 6 Months (2 hours per week)

Zād al Mustaqni' (Supplement for the Seeker of Certainty)

Part 1

Level:

Intermediate

Written by Mūsā al Ḥajjāwi (d.620h), Zād al Mustaqni' is an abridgement of Ibn Qudāmah's al Muqni'. Scholars of the Ḥanbali school of thought accepted al Ḥajjāwi's work to such an extent that some observed that its memorisation made one fit to serve as a judge.