“If your age didn’t lead you to more ilm, then the one with more ilm is better than you even if he is younger.”
“It’s your arrogance which prevents you from seeing that the Sunnah of Prophet ﷺ is found in the practice of the scholars, not just in the books of Hadith.”
From the perspective of the lesson content that of the mu’ied is not lacking as compared to that of his shaykh, due to the mu’id repeating only repeating what the shaykh had taught him. However, the higher status in knowledge, experience and skill of a shaykh will add more depth and barakah to the lesson.
A mu’ied is a student who is allowed by his shaykh to teach a specific book or subject. Most importantly the mu’ied will restricts himself to only repeating that which he has learned from his shaykh while not adding any new material of his own.
After successful payment the students is given a Telegram link to access the dedicated group chat of the course he has registered for. In the course group a pinned message includes a link to the drive folder that contains the recordings of the course lessons.
After successful payment the students is given a Telegram link to access the dedicated group chat of the course he has registered for. In the course group a pinned message login details for the Zoom room used for the live lessons.
The Madrasah is convinced that all Muslim should strive to seek knowledge, therefore the target audience are all Muslims in general. Due to our different courses and progressive curricula, there are enough study options for every Muslim available, that suffice the different levels of acquiring knowledge individual Muslims might have.
Being able to speak Arabic is not a pre-requisite/requirement for being able to follow lessons with the Madrasah. As a default lessons will be taught in English, unless specifically stated otherwise. Knowing Arabic may maximize the learning outcome, and enrich ones study, but for the main content of a course knowing English is sufficient.
As a default, lesson are taught in the English language, unless stated otherwise. If no other pre-requisites are set for a course, then English is the only requirement.
Beginners are advised to study the following courses:
– Lum’ah al-I‘tiqād in ‘aqīdah
– Tadhkira in mustalaḥ al-ḥadīth
After having completed any of the above courses the student should progress his study in that subject by registering for the next course in that curriculum. It is advised to contact one of the admins and through them seek counsel with our shaykh in order to determine the next logical step or seek a full study advise.