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Islamic Jurisprudence (Hanafi) - Mukhtasarul Quduri


Students will read through a classical legal text (matn), focusing extensively on statutes (furu’).  They will also be introduced to legal argumentation by way of looking at scriptural evidences used to uphold statutes


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Islamic Jurisprudence (Hanafi) - Mukhtasarul Quduri


Brief description
 
Students will read through a classical legal text (matn), focusing extensively on statutes (furu’).  They will also be introduced to legal argumentation by way of looking at scriptural evidences used to uphold statutes. 
 
 
Status Compulsory 
 
Prerequisites Able to show understanding of concepts of Arabic Grammar, read and analyse sentences grammatically.
 
A person needs to be able to have the ability to learn from an Arabic medium of teaching and learning. 
 
 
Recommended prior study
 
To have covered the rules pertaining to Purification and Prayer in English. 
 
 
Duration
 
75 hours
 
 
Context
 
This module is a unit in a comprehensive package of modules covering various Islamic sciences including hadith, tafsir, fiqh, aqidah and Arabic literature taught in the Alimiyyah 1 programme.
 
 
Content summary
 
Students will study:
 
1. Introduction to Fiqh
2. Students will cover the following topics
 
الطهارة
 
- الوضوء
- الغسل
- المياه
- تيمم
- المسح على الخفين
- الحيض والنفاس
- النجاسة
 
الصلاة
 
- أوقات الصلاة
- أذان
- شروط الصلاة
- أركان الصلاة
- الجماعة
- قضاء الفوائت
- النوافل
- سجدة السهو
- صلاة المريض
- سجدة التلاوة
- صلاة المسافر
- الجمعة
- صلاة العيدين
- صلاة الكسوف
- صلاة الاستسقاء
- قيام الليل في رمضان
- صلاة الخوف
- صلاة الجنازة
- الصلاة في الكعبة
 
3. Along with the above chapters, there will be basic coverage of verses and ahadith pertaining to each topic. 
- There will be a selection of verses and ahadith that students will be required to commit to memory.
 
Text Book learning:
 
Students are required to analyse the text independently, translate and explain it in front of the teacher who will then give analysis and supplementary commentary.
 
 
Learning outcomes
 
Students should 
 
- Be able to read primer texts in Islamic Jurisprudence. 
- Have knowledge of common nomenclature pertaining Islamic Jurisprudence especially with regards to Purification and Prayer and the parlance of jurist-consults
- In-depth understanding and appreciation of statutes 
- Appreciation of legal argumentation and its mechanisms
- Ability to solve related legal scenarios
 
 
Teaching and learning
 
Staff/Student contact time: 40% 
Student private study: 60%
 
 
Assessment Examinations:
 
- Midterm exam = 40%
- End of year synoptic exam = 60%
 
 
Indicative resources
 
Al Quduri, Abul Hussain Ahmad, Mukhtasar al Quduri (Karachi, Pakistan. Makataba al Bushra, 2008)
 
English Translations of the mukhtasar
 
‘Ashiq Ilahi, Mohammad, al-Tashil al-Dharurilimasa’il al-Quduri fi Figh al-Hanafi (Location: Islam House, 2007)
Ali as-shiranbilali, Hasan, Nur al-Idah: The Light of Clarification, trans. Charkawi, Waseem (Sydney: Ligare Book Printers, 2007).
Al-Ghunaymi, Abdul Ghani, Al-lubab fi sharhil-kitaab (Karachi: KadimiKutubKhana).
Abu Bakr Al-Zubaidi Al-Jawharah Al-Nayyirah

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