ADIL Modules & Course Structure

In choosing the appropriate learning track, students are free to choose any of the modules from any level. ADIL believes in the independence of individual students to self-assess their learning needs. There are no entry requirements and students do not have to take all modules in any particular order.

For Baseline Module seeks to provide adult learners with baseline Islamic knowledge. Inspired by the philosophy of Islam, Iman, Ihsan & Ilm (knowledge) as important components of a Muslim’s life. In our efforts to offer Islamic learning to be as accessible as possible, adult learners can choose to enrol in the weekly classes on weekdays or weekly classes on weekends.

Weekly Classes

Class will be held once a week 2 credit hours per session. Generally, one module will take 10-12 weeks to cover.

Weekend Classes

Class will be held on weekends, 4 credit hours per weekend. One module will typically take 5-6 weeks to cover.

For Intermediate module is aimed to provide an in-depth discussion of various Islamic traditional sciences and the relevance and applications in the contemporary settings and challenges. The modules at this stage are designed for the intermediate level, and be more thorough and encourage a more expanded scope of discussion, as compared to the baseline level.

In addressing the varied needs of diverse students, the intermediate level will be offered through the following format:

Workshop Series

Interactive workshop sessions focusing on specific topic on issues covered in the baseline level. The workshop series will also cover issues that affect Muslims of today. The duration will usually be between 2 to 8 hours per workshop.

Weekly Modular Series

Students who have attended the modules at Baseline stage and wish to learn in-depth on Islamic studies are encouraged to enrol in the weekly modular series. Modules offered in the weekly modular series will cover in-depth Islamic learning, from Akidah, Fiqh, Islamic History to studies on the Quran & Propehtic Hadith.

Closed-door Discours Series

ADIL Knowledge Retreat:
Seasonal half-day closed-door session where contemporary discourse on the Islamic faith will be

Baseline Module seeks to provide adult learners with baseline Islamic knowledge. Inspired by the philosophy of Islam, Iman, Ihsan & Ilm (knowledge) as important components of a Muslim’s life, four modules have been developed.

In our efforts to offer Islamic learning to be as accessible as possible, adult learners can choose to enrol in the weekly classes on weekdays, weekly classes on weekends or an abridged weekend seminar.

A typical class will held as the following:

Weekly Classes

Class will be held once a week 2 credit hours per session. Generally, one module will take 10-12 weeks to cover.

Weekend Classes

Class will be held on weekends, 4 credit hours per weekend. One module will typically take 5-6 weeks to cover.

Living Source

Living Sources

(English)
Introduction to Al-Quran & As-Sunnah
Warison Kenabian

(Malay)
Pengenalan Al-Quran & As-Sunnah

Module description:

Al-Quran and As-Sunnah are the two everlasting legacies left by Prophet Muhammad s.a.w. in providing the eternal guidance to humanity. Through the study of the Al-Quran, students will be introduced on ways to appreciate the specialty of Al-Quran – the sacred words of Allah that are well preserved today and acknowledge the importance of As-Sunnah as the foundation of Islamic knowledge.

This module will cover the special position of Al-Quran as the enduring miracle of our beloved Rasulullah s.a.w and bring attention to understand critical understanding of the historical phases of the Quranic revelation and its compilation. Through the study of his As-Sunnah, students will be introduced to important terminologies in the categorization of Hadith literatures and study the various historical phases in the process of Hadith compilations.

In this course, students will be expected to self-reflect their relations with Al-Quran and As-Sunnah and aimed to familiarize them with these two living sources in enabling them to appreciate the importance of the foundational sources of Islam.

Module Outline:

In this 24-credit hour’s course, students will be covering the following topics:

Lesson 1

Introduction: Understanding Al-Quran and Its Revelation

Lesson 2

Understanding Miracles & Compilation of Al-Quran In The Era of Prophet Muhammad s.a.w

Lesson 3

Compilation of Quran In Post-Prophetic Era

Lesson 4

Understanding Revelation and The Categorization of Chapters (Surah) and Verses (Ayat )

Lesson 5

Categorization of Makkan and Madinan Verses & Reasons of Revelation (Asbab Nuzul)

Lesson 6

Major Themes of Al- Quran

Lesson 7

Interactions with Al-Quran

Lesson 8

The Role and Status of Al-Sunnah in Islamic jurisprudence

Lesson 9

Understanding Categorization of Hadiths and Its Terminologies

Lesson 10

Hadith Compilation In History

Lesson 11

Interaction with Al- Sunnah

Lesson 12

Concluding Conference

Module Fee:

Module 1: $50

Module 2: $50

Payment must made directly to the mosque.

muslim manual

A Muslim's Manual

(English)
Guide to the pillars of Islam & Its Essence
Muslim Manual

(Malay)
Panduan Bagi Rukun Islam & Intipatinya

Module description:

Central to the Islamic teachings and way of life are various obligatory acts of worship (ibadah) which are often referred to as the "Five Pillars of Islam." While the aim of each of these is the remembrance and glorification of Allah s.w.t., it must be emphasized that Allah’s majesty and glory do not depend in the slightest degree upon the praise or even acknowledgment of His creatures. Rather it is the human being who needs these recurrent forms of worship to keep his contact with his Lord.

The purpose of Islamic acts of worship or practices is, therefore, to strengthen the individual's faith and submission to Allah, to enhance his character, to discipline him for his role as Allah’s faithful servant and steward on earth, to make it possible and easy for him/her to live in the manner ordained by Allah, and to reinforce the ties of brotherhood and affection among humankind. In this deeply self-reflective and interactive course, students will not only learn the fine details of the aspects of worship, but also their significance to sustain his appreciation and steadfastness in performing them.

Module Outline: 

In this 20-credit hour’s course, students will be covering the following topics:

Lesson 1

General Introduction and the 1st Pillar: Syahadah

Lesson 2

2nd Pillar: Solat – Its History, Importance and Benefits

Lesson 3

2nd Pillar: Solat – Its Essentials

Lesson 4

2nd Pillar: Solat – Practical

Lesson 5

3rd Pillar: Zakat – Its Essentials

Lesson 6

3rd Pillar: Zakat – A Singapore Context

Lesson 7

4th Pillar: Fasting – A Catalyst Towards Positive Change

Lesson 8

4th Pillar: Fasting – Practical Understanding and Application

Lesson 9

5th Pillar: Hajj – Lessons On Sacrifice, Unity and Complete Devotion

Lesson 10

Concluding Conference

Module Fee:

Module 1: $50

Module 2: $50

Payment must made directly to the mosque.

Light of Faith

Light of Faith

(English)
Understanding the Articles of Faith<
Cahaya Keimanan

(Malay)
Memahami Rukun Iman

Module Synopsis:

Tawhid is the most fundamental foundation stones for every Muslims.

This module attempts to bring the understanding of Tawhid in a more reflective, holistic and interactive manner.

In any major religion, the concept of God rests at the core of its beliefs, tenets and practices.

This course hopes to give an absolute understanding of Pillars of Imaan (Arkaanul Imaan) which are Belief in Allah, Angels, Divine Books of Allah, Belief in Prophets and Messengers of Allah, the Last Judgment Day and the Divine Will of Allah.

Module Objectives: 

This module aims to achieve the following learning objectives:

  • To inspire confidence as Muslims.

  • To communicate the holistic and comprehensive nature of Islam.

  • To appreciate the importance and application of faith in daily lives.

  • To stimulate the continuing search for knowledge.

  • To instill confidence in articulating faith to oneself and to others.

Module 1: Weekly Planner, Topics and Readings

In this 10-credit hours' course, students will be covering the following topics:

Lesson Topics Recommended Readings

1

General Introduction and Overview of Islam

Yusuf Al-Qaradawi (2010), "Islam: An Introduction", Kuala Lumpur: Islamic Book Trust. Chapter 1: p.1-42, p.43-168, p.169-232

Abdel Halim Mahmud (1978), "The Creed Of Islam" (Trans), London: World Of Islam Festival Trust, Chapter 1: p. 3-25, Chapter 2: p.26-36

Suzanne Haneef, (1995), "What Everyone Should Know About Islam and Muslims", Chicago: Kazi Publications, Chapter 1: p.3-48

Kamar Oniah Kamaruzaman (2007), "Understanding Islam: Contemporary Discourse", Kuala Lumpur: Saba Islamic Media

2

A Return to Islam and The Concept of Fitrah

Yusuf Al-Qaradawi (2010), "Islam: An Introduction", Kuala Lumpur: Islamic Book Trust. Chapter 1: p.12-27

Tariq Ramadan, "What I Believe"

Suzanne Haneef, (1995), "What Everyone Should Know About Islam and Muslims", Chicago: Kazi Publications, Chapter 1: p.3-48

Akbar S.Ahmed "Islam Today: A Short Introduction to the Muslim World"

3

Article 1: Belief in Allah

Abdel Halim Mahmud (1978), "The Creed Of Islam" (Trans), London: World Of Islam Festival Trust, Chapter 2: p.26-36

Suzanne Haneef, (1995), "What Everyone Should Know About Islam and Muslims", Chicago: Kazi Publications, Chapter 1: p.3-48

Yusuf Al-Qaradawi (2010), "Islam: An Introduction", Kuala Lumpur: Islamic Book Trust. Chapter 2: p.43-51

Tariq Ramadan, "Islam, the West and the Challenges of Modernity". Part 1: At the shores of Transcendence: between God and Man

4

Articles 2 & 3: Belief in the Angels of Allah & Belief in Divine Revelations

Suzanne Haneef, (1995), "What Everyone Should Know About Islam and Muslims", Chicago: Kazi Publications, Chapter 1: p.18-19, p.19-22

Abdel Halim Mahmud (1978), "The Creed Of Islam" (Trans), London: World Of Islam Festival Trust, Chapter 2: p.43-168

Imam Ibn Kathir, "Stories of the Prophets". p.3-15, p.101-136

Yusuf Al-Qaradawi (2010), "Islam: An Introduction", Kuala Lumpur: Islamic Book Trust. Chapter 1 & 2: p.1-168

5

Article 4: Belief in the Prophets and Messengers of Allah (Part I) and Concluding Conference.

Suzanne Haneef, (1995), "What Everyone Should Know About Islam and Muslims", Chicago: Kazi Publications, Chapter 1: p.23-39

Imam Ibn Kathir, "Stories of the Prophets". p.3-15, p.101-136

Tariq Ramadan, "In the Footsteps of the Prophet: Lessons from the Life of Muhammad"

Module 2: Weekly Planner, Topics and Readings

In this 10-credit hours' course, students will be covering the following topics:

Lesson Topics Recommended Readings

1

Article 4: Belief in The Prophets & Messenger of Allah (Part I)

Suzanne Haneef, (1995), "What Everyone Should Know About Islam and Muslims", Chicago: Kazi Publications, Chapter 1: p.23-39

Imam Ibn Kathir, "Stories of the Prophets". p.3-15, p.101-136

Tariq Ramadan, "In the Footsteps of the Prophet: Lessons from the Life of Muhammad"

2

Article 4: Belief in The Prophets & Messenger of Allah (Part II)

Imam Ibn Kathir, "Stories of the Prophets". p.38-47, p.69-91, p.98-100, p.173-187

Tariq Ramadan, "In the Footsteps of the Prophet: Lessons from the Life of Muhammad"

3

Article 4: Belief in The Prophets & Messenger of Allah (Part III)

Imam Ibn Kathir, "Stories of the Prophets", p.188-228

Saifur Rahman al-Mubarakpuri, "Ar-Raheeq al-Makhtum". p.37-47, p.58-102, p.109-210, p.213-219, p.249-259

Suzanne Haneef, (1995), "What Everyone Should Know About Islam and Muslims", Chicago: Kazi Publications, Part XII: p.193-205

Tariq Ramadan, "In the Footsteps of the Prophet: Lessons from the Life of Muhammad"

Martin Lings, "Muhammad: His Life Based On The Earliest Sources"

4

Article 5: Belief in The Last Day and The Day of Judgment

Suzanne Haneef, (1995), "What Everyone Should Know About Islam and Muslims", Chicago: Kazi Publications, Part I: p.39-44

Abdel Halim Mahmud (1978), "The Creed Of Islam" (Trans), London: World Of Islam Festival Trust, Chapter 2: p.43-168

Yusuf Al-Qaradawi (2010), "Islam: An Introduction", Kuala Lumpur: Islamic Book Trust. Chapter 1: p.1-42

Fazlur Rahman (2209),"Major Themes of the Quran" London, Chapter 6 p. 106-120

Abu Hamid al-Ghazali, "Ihya' 'Ulum al-Din". Vol IV, Book 10

I.A. Ibrahim, "A Brief Illustrated Guide To Understanding Islam". p.50-52

5

Article 6: Belief in The Divine Will of Allah

Suzanne Haneef, (1995), "What Everyone Should Know About Islam and Muslims", Chicago: Kazi Publications, Part I: p.45-48

I.A. Ibrahim, "A Brief Illustrated Guide To Understanding Islam". p.48-49

Afroz Ali, "Understanding Predestination and Free Will". p.1-19

Muhammad Saed Abdul-Rahman, "Islam: Questions & Answers: Basic Tenets Of Faith Belief, Part 2" on Belief in Divine Will and Decree. p.3-23

Mohamed A.Mahmoud, "Quest for Divinity: A Critical Examin

ation of the Thought of Mahmud Muhammad Taha" on Determinism, Free Will And Divine Punishment, p.120-132

Module Fee:

Module 1: $50

Module 2: $50

Payment to be made directly to the mosque.

the chosen one

The Chosen One

(English)
A Study Of Prophet Muhammad s.a.w's Character & Values
Insan Pilihan

(Malay)
Penghayatan Keperibadian & Akhlak Nabi Muhammad s.a.w

Module Synopsis:

Prophet Muhammad s.a.w. was sent as a mercy to the whole universe. He occupies a special position in the hearts of Muslims and had always been a central figure in the faith of Islam.

In harnessing his everlasting legacy in our contemporary time, this module attempts to explore the personality of Prophet Muhammad s.a.w. through studying his physical traits, characteristics, values and ethics. Special attention is given to study Prophet’s individual actions in facilitating appreciation of teachings and values.

In bringing contextual relevance to the study of the Prophet’s life, this module will draw learning points in relation to current context, unique social environments and multi-religious setting. In enhancing understanding, social skills will be incorporated throughout this module.

Module Objectives: 

This module aims to achieve the following learning objectives:

  • To apreciate the lessons from the life of Prophet Muhammad s.a.w

  • To identify the enduring values taught by Prophet Muhammad s.a.w for aplication in today’s context

  • To strengthen our faiths to Allah s.a.w through emulating the best practices of Prophet Muhammad s.a.w

  • To increase our love towards Prophet Muhammad s.a.w

Module 1: Weekly Planner, Topics and Readings 

In this 10-credit hours' course, students will be covering the following topics:

Lesson Topics Recommended Readings

1

Introduction: The Study of Prophetic Characteristics and Manners

Abi Isa Muhammed, At-Tirmidhi, 2003. The Characteristics of Prophet Muhammed. Masoura: Dar Al-Manarah. p.10-33

Muhammad Mutawalli, Shaarawi, 2010. Reflections of Prophet Muhammad. Beirut: Al-Maktabah Al-Assrya. p.33-39

Saifurrahman, Mubarakpuri, 2002. Al-Raheeq al-Makhtoum – The Sealed Nectar. Riyadh: Darussalam. p.63, p.81-83

2

The Physical Traits of Prophet Muhammad s.a.w

Abi Isa Muhammed, At-Tirmidhi, 2003. The Characteristics of Prophet Muhammed. Masoura: Dar Al-Manarah. p.34-61, p.120-138.

Abidullah, Ghazi , 1997. The Life of Perfection: Shamail of Rasulullah s.a.w. Washington: IQRA International. p.27-33, p.66-70

3

Spirituality and Etiquettes of Prophet Muhammad s.a.w

Abi Isa Muhammed, At-Tirmidhi, 2003. The Characteristics of Prophet Muhammed. Masoura: Dar Al-Manarah. p.92-116, p.142-173

Abidullah, Ghazi , 1997. The Life of Perfection: Shamail of Rasulullah s.a.w. Washington: IQRA International. p.57-65

4

Perfect Role Model & Epitome of Mercy

Abi Isa Muhammed, At-Tirmidhi, 2003. The Characteristics of Prophet Muhammed. Masoura: Dar Al-Manarah. p.184-192

Tariq, Ramadan, 2007. The Messenger: The Meanings of the Life of Muhammad. London: Oxford University Press. p.211-213

5

Upholder of Justice

Tariq, Ramadan, 2007. The Messenger: The Meanings of the Life of Muhammad. London: Oxford University Press. p.20-22, p.60-66, p.176, p.212-216

Mohammad Hashim, Kamali, 2002. Freedom, Equality and Justice in Islam. Kuala Lumpur: Ilmiah Publishers. p.103-115

Sayed Sikandar Shah, Haneef, 2005. Ethics and Fiqh for Daily Life: An Islamic Outline. Kuala Lumpur: IIUM Research Centre. P.75-78

Module 2: Weekly Planner, Topics and Readings 

In this 10-credit hours' course, students will be covering the following topics:

Module Fee:

Module 1: $50

Module 2: $50

Payment to be made directly to the mosque.

Intermediate module is aimed to provide an in-depth discussion of various Islamic traditional sciences and the relevance and applications in the contemporary settings and challenges. The modules at this stage are designed for the intermediate level, and be more thorough and encourage a more expanded scope of discussion, as compared to the baseline level.

Learning Outcomes

  • Show confidence to make personal moral judgments independently based on sound Islamic principles.
  • Confident to interact with other faith communities and Islamic sects and able to share knowledge on Islam.
  • Acquire in-depth foundation in matters of belief, worship, interpersonal dealings, and spirituality.
  • Understand the application of religion in social and professional life and the role of religion in a multi-cultural community and secular state

Learning Platforms

In addressing the varied needs of diverse students, the intermediate level will be offered through the following format:

Workshop Series

Interactive workshop sessions focussing on specific topic on issues covered in the baseline level.

The workshop series will also cover issues that affect Muslims of today. The duration will usually be between 2 to 8 hours per workshop.

Weekly Modular Series

Students who have attended the modules at Baseline stage and wish to learn in-depth on Islamic studies are encouraged to enrol in the weekly modular series.

Modules offered in the weekly modular series will cover in-depth Islamic learning, from Akidah, Fiqh, Islamic History to studies on the Quran & Propehtic Hadith.

  • Fiqh for Travellers
  • Fiqh For The Sick
  • Diversity
  • Introduction to Maqasid Al-Shariah  
  • Path of Repentance  
  • Fiqh of Planned Giving
Fiqh for Travellers 

(English)
Guide for travelling Muslims
Fiqh Musafir

(Malay)
Panduan Untuk Mereka Yang Mengembara

Class duration: 8-hour sessions

Module description:

As a Muslim, understanding and performing the commandments of Allah s.w.t. is vital in one’s quest to be righteous servant of The Almighty. Therefore, grasping the knowledge of Fiqh is imperative in enabling one’s to understand the rulings and practices as interpreted by the Muslim jurists (fuqaha’). The fiqh rulings serve as a manual and guide to ease Muslims in their religious rituals and practices in accordance to their circumstances and localities. In this eight-hour engaging workshop, participants will be introduced to the Fiqh concept of rukhsah (exemption from general rulings) with special focus on issues faced by Muslims when they travel. As Muslims form part of the world’s travellers, there is therefore a need to know how to perform their religious obligations such as praying (solah) and fasting (sawm). This course will explain guidance on taking ablution (wudu’) and praying while taking land transport such as tour buses and air travelling, such as when one is taking a flight.

Beyond the issues of praying, this course will also share information on dietary rulings, such as tips on finding food that is permissible for Muslims to consume while they are in countries with few or almost no halal-certified eating establishments. This course is relevant for frequent or occasional travellers and will equip them with relevant knowledge that will guide them to be confident with their faith as they travel to see the beauty of Allah’s creations in this vast world.

What will be covered?

  • Understanding the Fiqh concept of Rukhsah (exemptions from general rulings)
  • Understanding Jama’ & Qasr - combining and shortening prayer
  • How to pray while travelling? (on bus, train and airplane)
  • Ways in determining the time of prayer
  • Finding direction of praying (Qiblat) while on moving transportation
  • Basic dietary guidelines – what to eat if there is no halal certified food?
  • Fasting while travelling – any exemptions?
  • Supplications for the Musafir (Traveller)

Module Fee:

Course: $50 (Including Notes)

Payment must made directly to the mosque.

 

Fiqh For The Sick

(English)
Essential Guide for Muslim’s Patients
Fiqh Bagi Pesakit

(Malay)
Panduan Untuk Pesakit Muslim

Class duration: 8-hours

  • 2 day workshop – 4hrs per day
  • 4 day workshop – 2hrs per day

Module description:

Muslims view illness and sickness as tribulations and trials from Allah s.w.t. Sickness is regarded as a kaffarah or expiations of sins. At the same time, Muslims are reminded to take care of their health as the wellness of their body is an amanah by Allah s.w.t. for them.

A healthy and strong believer is loved by Allah s.w.t and thus one should always strive to maintain one’s health and wellness. However, illness and sickness are inevitable in one’s life. Therefore, as Muslims, we are reminded to be prepared for any eventualities and that includes preparation in managing illness.

In this eight-hour engaging workshop, participants will be introduced to the Fiqh concept of rukhsah (exemption from general rulings) with special focus on issues faced by Muslims when they fall sick. From learning the ways on how one can perform the ablution or substitute it with tayammum, to understanding different methods of praying based on one’s health circumstances, this course will cover it all. This course will pay special focus to patients in hospitals and how best they can perform their obligatory prayers.

Beyond the issues of praying, this course will also discuss the issues of fasting when one is sick. Can the sick break their fast? What about those who can never fast in their lifetime - what can they do? This course is relevant for Muslims who wish to equip themselves with extended knowledge of Fiqh and is also highly applicable for healthcare workers and caregivers.

What will be covered?

  • Understanding the Fiqh concept of rukhsah (exemptions from general rulings) for the sick
  • Methods of performing tayammum due to surgical scar, bandage and other medical condition.
  • Performing wudu’ (ablution) in special circumstances
  • Performing prayer in various positions due to sickness
  • Combining prayer (jama’) for the sick
  • Contemporary medical issues, such as praying with a urine catheter
  • The rulings on fasting when one is sick
  • Supplications for the sick

Module Fee:

Course: $50 (Including Notes)

Payment must made directly to the mosque.
Diversity
(English) 

 

 

Class duration: 8-hours

  • 2 day workshop – 4hrs per day
  • 4 day workshop – 2hrs per day

Course description:

This module attempts to bring the understanding of diversity in a more reflective and informative manner. In this course, students will be taught how the Prophet, his companions as well as past scholars deal with differences in opinions. Students will also be equipped with the ethical steps in approaching arguments and the right attitude towards disagreements wherever it takes place, both physically and virtually.

Course Format

Workshop

Module Fee:

Course: $50 (Including Notes)

Payment must made directly to the mosque.

 

Introduction to Maqasid Al-Shariah: Objectives of Islamic Law
(English)

Class duration: 4-hours, could break into:

  • One day workshop
  • 2 day workshop – 2hrs per day

Course description:

This introductory module to Maqasid al-Shariah (Objectives of Islamic Law) is aimed to promote the need to be conscious on the overarching intent of the Islamic Law. Through appreciation of the concept of maqasid, we will will be able see the relevance of Islamic Law beyond the specificities of a particular ruling. Maqasid al-Shariah allows us to explore the dynamism of Fiqh and ensure that the hukm and fatwa issued in the contemporary times do not diverge from the foundational intent of the Shariah.

This module will discuss on the origins and history on the concept of Maqasid al-Shariah. It will also discuss the ideas promulgated by various scholars that emphasized on the notion of maqasid. This module will also deliberate of the various categories of maqasid and bring into sharp focus the contemporary fatwa as case studies of modern application of maqasid.

Course Format:

Workshop

Module Fee:

Course: $50 (Including Notes)

Payment must made directly to the mosque.

Path of Repentance 
(English)
Taubat, Jalan Kembali
(Malay)

Class duration: 8-hours

  • 2 day workshop – 4hrs per day
  • 4 day workshop – 2hrs per day

Course description:

It is our nature to make mistakes and sometimes fall into sins when making such mistakes. Thus, it is important for Muslims to understand the acts that may bring them to the sins so as to prevent themselves from such actions. 

This course will explain the importance of a servant to turn back to Allah. It does not really matter how big the sins are because what matters most is that Allah is the Most Forgiving and His forgiveness and mercy are above our sins.

Among the matters to be discussed in this course include the notion of sin, manifestation of Taubah, the means or conditions to repent and stories that can be learned from the past to motivate one to do Taubah.

Course Format:

Workshop

Module Fee:

Course: $50 (Including Student notes and admin fee)

Payment must made directly to the mosque.

Fiqh of Planned Giving 
(English) 
Fiqh Perancangan Harta
(Malay)

Class duration: 8-hours

  • 2 day workshop – 4hrs per day
  • 4 day workshop – 2hrs per day

Course description:

Many things should be put into consideration in order to maintain the purity of our property in accordance with the policies and guidelines of the Shariah. 
By understanding how to plan our economies and finance, it is hoped to implement the objectives of Sharia in society, business and finance that will bring prosperity and happiness to every individual in the community.

This comprehensive course will provide a clearer picture with regards to the money management in the eyes of Islamic law alongside with current issues, case studies and fatwas.

Areas that will be touched are the concept of wealth, its importance as well as the dimensions of wealth planning which includes wealth accumulation, protection, purification, cleansing and disposition.

Course Format:

Workshop

Module Fee:

Course: $50 (Including Student notes and admin fee)

Payment must made directly to the mosque.

 

Being a Muslim in Singapore 
(English)
Muslim Warga Singapura 
(Malay)

Class duration: 12-hour sessions

Module description:

It is innate in nature that human beings are diversely created thus making them different from each other in many aspects. They are different physically and intellectually, have different tastes, thoughts and many others. These diversity and differences are a matter of fact and could not be disputed.

This diversity also occurs in the faith that one chooses to hold on and believe in. The Quran has also clearly described this with regards to this matter. Additionally, the Prophet (PBUH) who served as the messenger of peace sent by Allah to this world had also emulated positive behaviour in dealing with people who did not believe in his message or have the same belief as him

Today, diversity in faith continues to exist and becoming widespread. Does this diversity need to be constrained and that only Islam should be regarded as the only religion that can be accepted and practiced? What are the consequences from such assumptions? In Islam, the existence of diversity empowers Muslims with a sense of responsibility to share with others about Islam and to exhibit kindness and good virtues that Islam advocates so that the non-Muslims can have a good understanding about Islam.

Singapore as a country with diverse society –be it race or religion- has to create and cultivate receptiveness towards the existing different faiths because it can result in greater acceptance in the society as well as instilling harmony in the community. 

Participants enrolled in this module will be able to discuss the identity of being Singaporean Muslims (a minority religious group in a secular state). The content of this module is divided into 3 series: (1) Muslim and non-Muslim Relations, (2) Being a Muslim Citizen in a non-Islamic state (3) Islam and Inter-faith dialogue.

What will be covered?

  • Participants will be able to: 
  • understand the true religious stance on the relationship between Muslims and non-Muslims in Singapore's context
  • explain on the religious fundamentals in order to instil and cultivate positive attitude when addressing the issue of relationship between Muslims and non-Muslims
  • instil positive values in fostering good relations with the non-Muslims
  • understand the status of Singapore being a non-Islamic state from the viewpoint of Islamic rulings and perspective
  • provide religious evidences which permit Singaporean Muslims to display a positive attitude towards their home country Singapore
  • inculcate positive attitude in Singaporean Muslims which then enable them to display that attitude towards Singapore –the country that they reside in- for the benefits of Islam 
  • possess a positive spirit to contribute in ensuring Singapore’s harmonious state which is in line with the principles of Islam.

Module Fee:

Course: $60 (Including Student notes and admin fee)

Payment must made directly to the mosque.

Fardhu Ain

(English)
A sound and basic Aqidah & Fiqh Knowledge 
Fardhu Ain

(Malay)
Pengenalan Ilmu Aqidah dan Fiqh 

Class duration: 8-hour sessions

Module description:

In Islam, Fardhu Ain refers to obligatory acts that must be performed by each individual Muslim, including prayer, charity, fasting, and pilgrimage. It is a form of Individual obligation and is contrasted with communal obligation, ‘Fard Al-kifayah’. All of us are required to learn the Fardhu Ain of Islam. This means, a sound and basic Aqidah/Creed and knowledge of basic Fiqh – with a proper commentary. 

  1. Purification- including tahara, najasa, how to clean yourself etc.
  2. Prayer – Its pillars and what is fard, mandub, sunna etc.
  3. Fasting & its rules
  4. Zakat-how to pay it, what to pay it on, when it is due
  5. Hajj & its rules

Module Fee:

Fardhu Ain by ADIL is a free workshop comprising of a summarised version of two of ADIL’s Baseline modules; A Muslim’s Manual & Light of Faith. Specially tailored for those who wishes to learn Islam from its basic beginnings and those who would like to refresh their understanding of their Deen.

 

Solat Workshop

(English)
An intensive guide to perform prayers
Kursus Solat

(Malay)
Panduan untuk menunaikan ibadah solat

Class duration: 8-hour sessions

Module description:

The interactive Solat workshop for adults will cover the following content:

  1. The Importance of Solat
  2. Pre-Requisites of Performing Solat
  3. Integrals (Rukun) of Solat
  4. Recitations in Solat
  5. Contemporary Issues in Solat (Q & A)

Who should attend? 

Anyone who wish to learn basic understanding of the Solat rituals or wish to revisit their understanding of Solat.

Module Fee:

Solat Workshop by ADIL is a free workshop for participants who wish to learn basic understanding of the Solat rituals or wish to revisit their understanding of Solat. 


Fiqh Ramadan

(English)
Introduction to knowledge pertaining to all of the ibadah for pre-Ramadan, during and post-Ramadan
Fiqh Ramadan

(Malay)
Perbincangan berkenaan ibadah di bulan Ramadan

Class duration: 4-hour sessions

Module description:

The month of Ramadan, the month whereas Muslims we fast during the day, and increase prayer during the night, is in essence a month that call for us to rethink our day-to-day conduct. A month of discipline, a month that serve as an annual training period to reinforce good behaviors and exemplary conduct. 

Ramadan is a month identified as the month of mercy and forgiveness. A month where good deeds will be multiplied in its reward. A month that provides splendid opportunities for spiritual enhancement. A month of deep devotion and reflection. 

What will be covered?

This four-hour workshop will cover on the following:

  1. Preparations prior to Ramadan
  2. Fasting during Ramadan
  3. Zakat Fitrah
  4. Terawih prayers
  5. Qiyamulleil prayers
  6. The Night of Destiny ‘Lailatul Qadr’
  7. Frequently Asked Questions about Ramadan & Other contemporary issues
  8. Eid Prayer and the Takbir
  9. Eid fitr celebrations
  10. Steadfastness post-Ramadan

Module Fee:

Fiqh Ramadan by ADIL is thus a specially tailored free workshop catering to our students who wishes to be fully equipped with knowledge pertaining to all of the ibadah pre-Ramadan, during and post-Ramadan



This programme wll be offered in October 2018.


Last updated on 23/1/2018