Fiqh (Jurisprudence)

Fiqh is probably one of the most underestimated subjects of Islam but yet it is such a crucial subject which will help one understand and practice our religion much better. The content is vast which is virtually impossible to cover the entire subject matter. So the students will only cover those areas in detail which they will be held accountable as soon as they reach the age of maturity, such as cleanliness, prayer and fasting. The areas which they will not be taught in much great detail will be hajj and zakah.

The following points will be taught in detail of cleanliness:


    • The pillars of ablution
    • The reason for ablution
    • Conditions that obligate ablution
    • Conditions that validate ablution
    • Fulfilling the rulings of ablution
    • The Sunan of ablution
    • The etiquettes of ablution
    • That which is disliked in ablution
    • Categories of ablution
    • That which nullifies ablution
    • That which does not nullify ablution
  • That which obligates the purification bath (major shower)
  • That which does not obligate the shower
  • That which is compulsory to wash
  • The Sunan of Ghusl
  • The etiquettes and disliked actions of Ghusl
  • Occasions  when it is Sunna To perform Ghusl
  • Occasions when it is recommended to perform Ghusl
  • Conditions that validate Tayamrnum
  • The reason and conditions that obligate Tayammum
  • Pillars of Tayammum
  • Sunan of Tayammum
  • When to delay Tayammum
  • Requesting water
  • Prayer with Tayarnmum
  • Nullifications of Tayammum
  • The ruling of wiping the Khuf
  • Conditions that permit the wiping on Khuf’s
  • The duration of the wiping and when it begins
  • Changing one's status
  • The portion which is compulsory and Sunna to wipe
  • Nullifications of the wiping
  • That which is not permitted to wipe on
  • Wiping on a splint and the like
The following points will be taught in detail of Salah:
  • The ruling of the call to prayer (Adhan) and the call to commence (Iqama)
  • The sayings of the Adhan and Iqama
  • Recommended actions for the caller
  • That which is disliked in the Adhan and Iqama
  • What the listener should say
  • Conditions that obligate prayer
  • The reason which obligates prayer
  • The times of the obligatory prayers
  • Recommended prayer times
  • The prohibited and disliked prayer times
  • Conditions of prayer and It’spillars
  • That which is required for the validity of prayer
  • The pillars of prayer
  • Conditions of prayer
  • That which is related to the condition of covering one's nakedness
  • That which is related to the condition of facing Qibla
  • The Wajib elements of prayer
  • The Sunan of prayer
  • The etiquette of prayer
  • How the prayer is performed
  • Conditions that validate the position of the Imam
  • Conditions that validate the following of the Imam
  • When the follower is better conditioned than the Imam
  • The most entitled to be Imam and the etiquette of the lines
  • T he Imamate T hat Is Disliked
  • The position of the follower
  • The manner of the lines
  • What the follower is to do after the Imam completes a pillar
  • Remembrance after the prescribed prayer
  • That which does not nullify the prayer
  • That which is disliked in the prayer

Placing a Barrier and Preventing the Passerfrom Crossing
That which is Not Disliked in Prayer
Cutting off the Prayer
The ruling of Neglecting the Prayer
The Witr Prayer

  • Greeting the Masjid(Tahiyyah), The prayer of the forenoon (Duha) and Night vigil prayer.
  • Sitting for the voluntary prayer with the ability to stand
Tarawih Prayer
  • The travel due to which the rules change
  • The shortening of prayer
  • Conditions that validate the intention of travel
  • The ruling of shortening prayer
  • The period of shortening prayers
  • When is an intention of residing not valid
  • A traveller praying behind a resident and vice versa
  • Making up missed prayers
  • One's place of dwelling, its types and what invalidates it
  • How the prayer of a sick person is performed
  • Branches
  • The ruling of the order of prayer
  • That which excuses the order
  • Its ruling and the reason for it
  • Intentionally omitting a necessary act
  • When to perform the prostrations
  • When the prostrations are excused
  • The ruling of the follower and the latecomer
Doubt During Prayer
  • The cause of the recital prostration and its ruling
  • The verses of prostration
  • Who is required to prostrate
  • How is it fulfilled and when
  • When is a sitting replaced
  • That which does not alter a sitting
  • Conditions of the recital prostration
  • How to perform the recital prostration
  • Its ruling
  • How it is performed
  • Conditions that obligate the Friday Prayer
  • Conditions that render the Friday Prayer obligatory
  • Conditions that validate the Friday Prayer
  • Its ruling and condition that render it wajib
  • Recommendations on the day of Eid al-Fitr
  • The time of Eid prayer
  • How to perform the Eid prayer
  • The ruling of missing Eid prayer and delaying it
  • The rules of Eid al-Adha and its variances to Eid al-Fitr
  • The ruling of the Takbir al-Tashriq and upon whom is it Wajib
  • Its ruling and pillars
  • Conditions of the funeral prayer
  • Sunnan of the funeral prayer
  • Funeral of and adult
  • Funeral of a boy
  • Funeral of a girl
  • Carrying the deceased and burial
  • The definition of fasting
  • The reason which obligates Ramadan
  • Its ruling and conditions that render it obligatory
  • Conditions that obligate one to fast Ramadan
  • The conditions that validate Fasting
  • The pillars of Fasting
  • The outcome of Fasting
  • The Fast that does not require a specific intention
  • The Fast that does require a specific intention
  • Establishing the moon of Ramadan
  • The day of doubt
  • The ruling upon one who sights the moon of Ramadan
  • Verification of the moon with an obstruction in the sky
  • Verification of the moon with no obstruction in the sky
  • Establishing the remainder of the months
  • The ruling of seeing the moon from different places

That which does Not Nullify the Fast
What Nullifies the Fast and Requires Expiation and aMake up Day
What is Disliked during Fasting and what is Recomended

  • The definition of religious retreat
  • The types of religious retreat
  • When is it permissible to exit the Masjid in I'tikaf
  • That which is disliked during I’tikaf
  • What is unlawful in I'tikaf and its nullification
  • The legality of I'tikaf, its status and wisdom