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Level 5 (15+ Year Olds)

Online Islamic Classes – Recommended ages 15+.

 

 

  • First Term Dates First Term Dates

    January - March

  • Second Term Dates Second Term Dates

    April - June

  • Course Times Course Times

    20:00-21:30

  • 100% Online 100% Online

    Study from home

  • Qualified Teachers Qualified Teachers

    Well experienced Islamic teachers

  • Course Days Course Days

    Monday-Sisters Tuesday-Brothers

First Semester (Jan to March)

Islamic Beliefs:

1) The Grand Universe – Ponder and Reflect
2) The Sinless Prophets – Must they be error free?
3) The Final Prophet – Universal Eternal Mission
4)  Quran – the Miracle
5) Did the Prophet Appoint a Leader to Succeed him?
6) Twelve Successors – Who said so?

Ethics:

1) Islamic Community – Brotherhood, and Friendship
2) It’s just a sin – minor and major!
3) Lying – effects and consequences
4 ) Tongue – Gossiping, Backbiting,

Semester Two (March to June)

Islamic Law:

1) Fasting – Disciplining the self
2) Month of Ramadhan – Best of Months
3) Do I need to give Zakat?
4) Grieving for the Ahlulbayt (as).
5) Visitation of the holy graves.

History:

1) Imam Hasan (as)
2) Imam Hussain (as)
3) Imam Ali al-Sajad (as)
4) Imam Mohammed al-Baqer (as)
5) The 12th Imam (atf) – duties and responsibilities

 

The course breakdown for the 2023 course is shown below:

First Semester:

Islamic Beliefs 

1- Should we study about Islam?
2 – How do I know HE (SWT) exists? I can’t see Him!
3- One and Only One – what does this mean?
4 – The Attributes of our creator- Recognise and Reflect.
5- What is God’s Justice? Definition and Meaning
6- Guidance in the form of Prophets

Ethics

1 – The family life – Parents, Children, and Relatives
2 – The family – Love of a Mother & father
3- The family – Care of Children and their rights
4- Friendship – Why do I need friends?

Second Semester:

Islamic Law

1 – Do we need for Divine laws?
2- What are the sources required to achieve perfection?
3- All I need to know about taqlid
4- How do we classify Islamic laws?
5- Prayer – The Pillar of Islam (1)
6- Prayer – The Pillar of Islam (2)

History

1 – The Prophet of Islam (1)
2 – The Prophet of Islam (2)
3- Imam Ali (as) (1)
4 – Imam Ali (as) 2
5 – Lady Fatima Zahra (as)1
6 – Lady Fatima Zahra (as) 2

Learning Outcomes

In the first semester, students will cover two core modules, the first module will be Islamic law and the second module will be Islamic history. In the second semester we will teach the children Islamic beliefs and Ethics.

In Islamic law, students will cover the various rulings regarding ritual purity, and learn the detailed rulings on prayers, as well as understanding issues pertaining to doubts that may occur. During this semester, students will also have an overview of the concepts of Zakat and Khums. In Islamic History,  students will be taught about the life of all twelve Imams, providing them with key lessons from their experiences.  All history courses will stress the relevance of the Imam of our time.

In Islamic beliefs during the second semester, students will gain a greater understanding of God, and the need to know him, as well as the common arguments pertaining to His existence. In the Ethics and Morals module, students will be expected to recognise the dangers of uncontrolled desires, as well as substance and alcohol abuse. Finally, students will also be taught how to interact with the opposite gender in society.

Word from the Course Director

It is important that young children living in the west have a basic overview of the islamic tenets. These core subjects will provide them with a great start to life and will allow them to build on their knowledge for years to come. I believe that children from a tender age should be exposed to this material to ensure they firmly begin to understand the world around them and the true meaning of life.

Faith is key but we must couple it with action and therefore children must be able to understand how to practise and apply their faith correctly. Finally Muslims living in this society must demonstrate a level of moral and ethical conduct, not only is this imperative as they contribute to a society which is founded on co-existence, but also because they are seen as important ambassadors of faith to the world.