An ongoing deep dive into various Islamic Sciences
Islam Intensive is a weekly on-going deep-dive into various Islamic Sciences, co-hosted by Islamic Self Help, Baitul Hikmah and Islamic Forum SA. The purpose of this course is to provide continuous Islamic Education that improves the lives of the attendees.
Topics covered thus far:
- Introduction to the Islamic Sciences - 4 Hours
- Usul al-Fiqh (Principles of Fiqh) - 9 Hours
- Maqasid al-Shariah (Goals of Islamic Law) - 7 Hours
- Qawa'id al-Fiqhiyyah (Legal Fiqh Maxims) - 5 Hours
- Ramadan Preparation - 5 Hours
- Aqeedah al-Tahawiyah - 12 Hours
Upcoming subjects include:
- History of Islam (2021 Topic)
- Refutation of Atheism
- Purification of the Soul
- Sciences of the Quran
- Nawawi's Forty Hadith
This is an ongoing program which includes the following features:
- Access to recordings of all previous classes on demand
- PDF notes for most subject
- Test Yourself Section for revision and improving understanding
- A new 45-70 minute lesson added weekly
Join the class today to begin your deep dive into the world of Islamic Knowledge. All that is required is a $10 monthly subscription fee to help cover the cost of production and hosting.
If you wish to join the course but cannot afford the fee, email me at [email protected] and I will assist you as best I can. Our goal is to provide high quality Islamic Education to the ummah at an affordable rate.
Shaykh Ismail Kamdar is the founder of the Islamic Self Help, Research Manager at Yaqeen Institute, author of multiple books, Islamic Studies graduate, freelance writer, and homeschooling father of four. He has over a decade of experience in online education, and has taught thousands of students around the world.
StartSeerah Summarized - Part 1 (52:51)
StartSeerah Summarized - Part 2 (53:58)
StartSeerah Summarized - Part 3 (46:37)
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StartRashidite Caliphate - Part 1 (55:06)
StartRashidite Caliphate - Part 2 (49:40)
StartThe Early Umayyads (Muawiyah-Marwan) (67:36)
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