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binteanwar

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aalim/aalima course
« on: December 05, 2013, 10:50:49 AM »
shaykh can you please guide us as to if it is possible for someone (female) to do aalima course online. Where would you recommend she do so?
What is your personal opinion in this matter



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Re: aalim/aalima course
« Reply #1 on: December 09, 2013, 06:53:44 PM »
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shaykh can you please guide us as to if it is possible for someone (female) to do aalima course online. Where would you recommend she do so?
What is your personal opinion in this matter


While I have not seen actual courses that would cover the entire dars e nizami, there are avenues nontheless. Its Adhoc system of taking particular classes here and there but one can cover much of the syllabus. things like eAlim may be usefull.

As far as recommendation is concerned. It is vital who you take ilm from. Hence I would choose only a handful of sights (or websites) which you trust and take their courses. You are Alhamdulillah taking the initial class on Abuhaneefah. So similarly you can take others, especially Arabic / Fiqh and Usool al Fiqh.

The core focus of Alimah course is on Fiqh and Usool al Fiqh for the first 3-4 years.

Then Tafseer/Quran and finally Hadeeth.

While you engage in all these you must fortify your arabic.

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Assess your need. Do you need the designation of an alima or the uloom to implement in your life. If it is the latter, then slow and steady.. implementing whatever you learn .. will get you what you need. And after you are done 4 years woth of cr hrs with me,  Add another year of hadeeth based courses, and I will be willing to give you Alima certification from myself. But it will not be easy.

Wassalam

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binteanwar

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Re: aalim/aalima course
« Reply #2 on: December 09, 2013, 11:35:26 PM »
jazak Allahu khayran.

Maybe I should tell you a bit about my studies so far, and you are right, i am not interested in the title, but I want to be able to at least guide my daughter, sisters, relatives and to have the confidence that what I teach them is correct.

1.I have almost completed tafseer with Alhuda institute. (Currently on juz 28)
2.I have done tajweed level 1,2,and 3 with shaykh Uthman Khan
3. Also done basic arabic with Shaykh Uthman
4. Did Arabic grammar at Al Huda. (didn't understand much)
5. Completed Taleem al Hadith course at Al Huda. (taught most of the abwaab but not all. I can read hadith in Arabic and mostly understand)
6. Currently doing Hifdh and completed juz 27, 28, 29 and 30
7. Also studying fiqh alimam with rayyan institute.

As you can see, I am scattered all over the place and need someone like your goodself to guide me.
My weakest point is arabic and make many grammar mistakes while translating.

Waiting for your feedback wassalam

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Re: aalim/aalima course
« Reply #3 on: December 10, 2013, 04:25:06 AM »
sorry, forgot to mention Fiqh 101 :)

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« Reply #4 on: December 11, 2013, 05:24:15 PM »
MashAllah, this is refreshing to read. Hereunder are my observations:

a. In your Tafseer with Al Huda, flag ALL the issues of fiqh you have learnt. Since you are doing hanafi fiqh in an organized manner, I prefer that you rely on these courses than the explanation understood in the tafseer course.
b. Tajweed is Alhamdulillah perfect. Infact AHCOF has a collaboration with Al Jazriyyah. So you will get the credits for all those courses.
c. I dont know Sh. Uthman's basic arabic .. cant say how basic it is [ j/k ]. What I can do is give you a few assignments and assess your level and accordingly you can take the courses when they become available.
d. I am not comfortable with the Hadeeth Course. I would prefer you to take the pertinant courses and then perhaps offer you cr. hrs for those. If I see such courses being offered elsewhere I will inform you (an all others).
e. Hifdh is more than sufficient, Alhamdulillah. Who are you reciting to? and are you implementing Sh. Uthman's tajweed for it? Should I have Sh. Uthman test you out, before accepting your tajweed?
f. FQ101.. will only be worthy of complementing your other studies when we do the same course syllabus in arabic. You need to become fluid in reading arabic ibaraat. The dependency on english is fine for basic essential level or 1st year, but anything from 2nd year onward must be complemented with arabic understanding of the subject.

By the time you reach 4th year, I will be pushing you to do research in arabic books. So do get yourself cozy with arabic as soon as possible.

As for grammar mistake while translation/writing arabic passages.. I will not lie to you. It is not a strong point of many of our new graduates. However, the general level of understanding text is very high. I would also require that kind of a command on arabic that in the least you should be able to pick up a traditional book and start reading.

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Re: aalim/aalima course
« Reply #5 on: December 11, 2013, 06:39:57 PM »
Mufti Saheb, will you be offering the Tafseer/Hadeeth courses from your side?

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Re: aalim/aalima course
« Reply #6 on: December 11, 2013, 07:01:55 PM »
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Mufti Saheb, will you be offering the Tafseer/Hadeeth courses from your side?

Either I would give the courses myself or if I can find someone who can give the courses, I will let him give inshAllah. InshAllah when the time comes we will see what we can do.

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Re: aalim/aalima course
« Reply #7 on: December 11, 2013, 09:50:11 PM »
إن شاء الله، و جزاك الله خيرا

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Re: aalim/aalima course
« Reply #8 on: December 11, 2013, 11:37:14 PM »
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e. Hifdh is more than sufficient, Alhamdulillah. Who are you reciting to? and are you implementing Sh. Uthman's tajweed for it? Should I have Sh. Uthman test you out, before accepting your tajweed?

currently I am enrolled with qtvtutor.com (Hafiza Amna) However, saying that, While doing tajweed with shaykh Uthman, I have recited to Shaykh Uthman a couple of times and he has found it to be satisfactory. However I am willing to be tested again if required Insha Allah

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Re: aalim/aalima course
« Reply #9 on: December 12, 2013, 12:04:02 AM »
 
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I dont know Sh. Uthman's basic arabic .. cant say how basic it is [ j/k ]. What I can do is give you a few assignments and assess your level and accordingly you can take the courses when they become available.
Mostly Shaykh Uthman followed his own lesson plan and kept a balance between sari and nahw. However he did share a book with us namely 'tasheel al nahw' by madrassa islamiyyah benoni.

Can you guide me as to what I should do in the meantime, I mean until you suggest a new course for me. Perhaps tell me some books which I should start reading or at least try to read etc.

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Re: aalim/aalima course
« Reply #10 on: December 12, 2013, 10:05:31 AM »
For Arabic we are doing the 4 volume book Arabic Tutor. Which at times is slow, but is brilliant because of the numbers of exercises there are. I am confident if the student does these exercises it would be a brilliant book.

What I can suggest is, since you have had orientation with Tasheel, download the Arabic Tutor v1 pdf.. and start doing exercise one by one. InshAllah the course will be available again in January, however since all the classes will be recorded sessions, and I will be available for help here, I suggest you take your own pace with it, and complete as much as you can. It will not be that difficult.

The In next 10 days or so you will see the re-listing of the course at much subsidized rate. So inshAllah it wont be too troubling for your pocket as well inshAllah.


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Re: aalim/aalima course
« Reply #11 on: December 12, 2013, 02:08:45 PM »
i will start immediately Insha Allah

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Re: aalim/aalima course
« Reply #12 on: December 12, 2013, 02:19:46 PM »
Can you tell me how much you have already completed in the first course so I will try to catch up before the second course begins in Jan Insha Allah

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Re: aalim/aalima course
« Reply #13 on: December 12, 2013, 02:44:12 PM »
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Can you tell me how much you have already completed in the first course so I will try to catch up before the second course begins in Jan Insha Allah


Vol 1.. thats 15 chapters and approximately 25 Exercises/Tests

 

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