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Important: Aqeedah Classes (Chaguanas, Caroni, California, Calcutta)



Aqeedah (Belief) Classes


by Abu Abdur Razaaq Imran Khan, Graduate of University of Madinah.


Time:
All classes are between Maghrib & Isha (~6pm to ~730pm)



Note the updates Above!!
(Jan 16th, 2009)

InshaAllah, the brother will be continuing with the same syllabus on Aqeedah, from the section on Eeman bil Khutub (Belief in the Revealed books).

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Syllabus:


INTRODUCTION



1. Main Goal:

To purify our Aqeedah from all forms of Shirk and Bida’h, Major and Minor, Hidden and Apparent thereby unifying our Jamaah upon a Single Creed, the Correct Creed, that is The Aqeedah of Ahl Sunnah wal Jamaah. As Allaah Subhana wa Ta’ala says “And hold fast altogether to the rope of Allaah and do not become divided.” [Aal-‘Imraan: 101] and “And he who rejects false deities and believes in Allaah has grasped a firm handhold which will never break.” [al-Baqarah : 256]

2. Methodology for Achieving Main Goal:

  • Tasfiyah (cleansing; purifying) and Tarbiyah (cultivating; educating) : Tasfiyah – Tasfiyah with regards to the Islaamic Aqeedah entails purifying it from that which is alien to it i.e. shirk and bida’h. This includes matters of traditions, cultural and/or racial practices, superstitions and imitating the kufaar to name a few.

  • Tarbiyah – Tarbiyah with regards to the Islaamic Aqeedah entails educating and cultivating the Jamaah upon that which is correct concerning the beliefs of Ahl Sunnah wal Jamaah from the Quran and Sunnah, in opposition to the many deviant beliefs. Specifically concerning Aqeedah, attaining the proper understanding of Tawheed and it’s opposite Shirk.

  • Quizzes and Exams – A consistent use of quizzes at the beginning of each class to assess the individual’s understanding of the former class.

  • Active student participation – To maintain the concentration and interest of the student by involving them through presentations on topics already covered.

  • Handouts – To utilize handouts with a summary of each class’ topics and brief notes on each point covered to ensure the individual has material to reference back to when needed.


3. Duration of Course: 30-35 weeks.




Topic Outline :

Tawheed
  • Definition of Tawheed – Linguistic and Shariah.
  • Categories of Tawheed - Ruboobiyyah, Uloohiyyah / Ibaadah, Asmaa’ wa Sifaat.
  • Definition of Tawheed Ar-Ruboobiyyah.
    • Proofs of Tawheed Ar-Ruboobiyyah.
    • Principle that the Mushrikeen and Kufaar all accept this type of Tawheed whether they admit it or not.
      • Proofs of this principle and that it does not make one a Muslim.

  • Definition of Tawheed Al-Uloohiyyah / Ibaadah.
    • Difference between Uloohiyyah and Ibaadah
    • Proofs of Tawheed Al-Uloohiyyah / Ibaadah.
    • Principle that every Nabi came with this type of Tawheed.
    • Principle that the Musrikeen use the excuse that they worship other than Allaah as means of drawing nearer to him.

  • Definition of Ibaadah – Linguistic and Shariah.
    • Ibaadah includes acts from the heart, tongue and limbs and examples of each.
    • The Two Pre-conditions for acceptance on any act of Ibaadah.
    • The absence of one of the conditions is either shirk or bida’h.
    • Pillars of Ibaadah – Love, Fear and Hope.
    • Origins of Shirk
      • Man started on Tawheed with Adam–
      • Between Adam and Nuh - 10 generations
      • Exaggeration with pious people introduced Shirk during Ummat Nuh

  • The Kalimat at Tawheed / Ash-Shahaadah.
    • Definition of ‘Ilah.
    • Explanation of incorrect translation – there is no god but Allaah.
    • Correct translation of Kalimat at Tawheed / Ash-Shahaadah – There is nothing worthy / deserving of worship but Allaah.
    • Shuroot (Conditions) of Ash-Shahaadah with corresponding Ayah and ahadeeth, and their opposites.

  • Definition of Taweed Al-Asmaa’ wa Sifaat.
    • Difference between An ism (Name) and a Sifaah (Attribute).
    • 1st principle concerning Tawheed Al-Asmaa’ wa Sifaat – All Names are Beautiful / Excellent/ Perfect.
    • 2nd principle concerning Tawheed Al-Asmaa’ wa Sifaat – All Names are Tawqeefiyyah (derived from Quran and Sunnah) only.
    • 3rd principle concerning Tawheed Al-Asmaa’ wa Sifaat – The Names are not limited to a specific number.
    • Explanation of hadeeth about 99 names of Allaah.
    • 4th principle of Tawheed Al-Asmaa’ wa Sifaat – Shun all forms of ilhaad (deviation).
    • Brief mention of some types of ilhaad
      • tahreef (distortion)
      • ta’teel (denial)
      • tamtheel (likening the creation to Allaah)
      • tashbeeh (likening Allaah to the creation)
      • takyeef (asking how; mannerism)
  • Nawaaqid (Nullifiers) Al Islaam – 10 most prevalent in our times.
Arkaan Ul Eeman
  • Hadeeth of Jibreel – The three ranks of the Deen : Islaam, Eeman, Ihsaan
  • Brief explanation of the Five Pillars of Islaam

  • The Pillars of Eeman – 1st Pillar : Belief in Allaah : Four Aspects
    • 1st Aspect of Belief in Allaah : Evidences of existence of Allaah
      • Fitrah
      • Reasoning / Human Mind
      • Ash Shar’a (Legislation from Quran and Sunnah)
      • Al-Hiss (Sensory Perception e.g. Seeing and Hearing)
        • Signs That We Hear and See
        • Mu’jizaat (Miracles) of The Anbiyah
    • 2nd Aspect of Belief in Allaah: Belief in His Ruboobiyyah
    • 3rd Aspect of Belief in Allaah: Belief in His Uloohiyah
    • 4th Aspect of Belief in Allaah: Belief in His Asmaa’ wa Sifaat
      • 1.Sifaat of Allaah with Bodily Names
        • Allaah’s Face
        • Allaah’s Eyes
        • Allaah’s Hands – Both Hands are Right Hands
        • Allaah’s Fingers
        • Allaah’s Foot
      • 2.Seeing Allaah
        • No human can see Allaah in his life
        • An important lesson from ‘Aa’ishah radhi Allahu anha
        • Only the Belivers will see Allaah in al akhirah
      • 3.Where is Allaah ?
        • Allaah’s greates creation – His ‘Arsh (Throne) and His Kursi (Chair)
        • Allaah’s Highness, Above the Heavens, Above the Throne
        • The story of the Sheppard Slave Girl
      • 4.Qualities of Motion
        • Allaah comes down
        • Allaah’s coming and understanding Allaah’s coming
        • Allaah is with us
      • 5.More Qualities
        • Speaking
          • Allaah Speaks
          • Allaah’s Voice
        • Allaah Loves and Hates
          • Allaah loves good
          • Allaah hates evil
        • Allaah Laughs
        • Aayat al-Kursi
          • The Best Aayah
          • Allaah is Eternal
          • Allaah’s Knowledge
          • Allaah upholds the Heavens and Earth
  • Four significant benefits of Correct Belief in Allaah
  • The Pillars of Eeman – 2nd Pillar : Belief in the Angels : Four Aspects
    • 1st Aspect of Belief in the Angels : Belief in their existence
      • When were they created
      • The Number of Angels
      • Where are the Angels
      • Do the Angels die?
      • Are the Angels better than the Believers?
      • Is Satan an Angel?
      • Carrying an Angel’s Name
      • Physical Qualities of the Angels
        1. They were created from light
        2. They have wings
        3. They are powerful
        4. They are large
        5. They are beautiful
        6. Their colour
        7. They do not become hungry, tired, or bored
        8. They do not eat
        9. They travel fast
        10. They take different forms
        11. They do not have gender

      • Character of the Angels
        1. They are Noble and Good
        2. They know as much as Allaah teaches them
        3. They like to listen to Qur’aan
        4. They like to listen to thikr
        5. They are shy
        6. They hate bad smells
        7. They do not like dogs, pictures, or bells
    • 2nd Aspect of Belief in the Angels: Belief in those whose names we were informed of.
      1. Jibreel
      2. Meekaa’eel
      3. Israafeel and the Horn Blower
      4. Malakul Mawt (The Angel of Death) and his Helpers
        1. The Angel of Death
        2. The Angel of Death with Moosa
        3. The Helpers of the Angel of Death
      5. The Angels of Mercy
      6. The Angels of Punishment
      7. Maalik and The Guards of Hell
      8. Munkar and Nakeer
      9. Haroot and Maroot
    • 3rd Aspect of Belief in the Angels: Belief in what we informed about their qualifications.
      • 1.Jibreel’s Qualifications and Status
      • 2.The Angels from The Battle of Badr
    • 4th Aspect of Belief in the Angels: Belief in what we were informed about their deeds that Allaah orders them to do.

      • How the Angels Behave with Allaah
        • 1.They are close to Allaah
        • 2.They Constantly Worship Allaah
        • 3.They Pray in Straight Lines
        • 4.They Make Sujood
        • 5.They Go for Hajj
        • 6.They Fear Allaah
        • 7.They Obey Allaah
        • 8.They Love What Allaah Loves
        • 9.They Only Descend with Allaah’s Permission
      • How the Angels Behave with People
        • They Bring Down Allaah’s Messages
        • They Blow Life into People and Record Their Future
        • They Write What People Do

      • The Angels with The Believers
        • 1.They Make Dua’a for The Believers
        • 2.They Say Aameen to The Believers’ Du’aa
        • 3.They Intercede for The Believers
        • 4.They Stay with The Believers
        • 5.They Help and Protect The Believers
        • 6.They Love and Help The Seekers of Knowledge
        • 7.They Take Care of The Believers After Death
        • 8.They Fight on The Believers’ Side
        • 9.They Remind The Believers of Doing Good
        • 10.They Teach The Believers
        • 11.They Speak upon the Tongues of The Believers
      • The Angels with The Prophets
        • 1.They say Salaah upon The Prophet sallAllahu ‘alayhi wa salam
        • 2.The Deliver Salaam to The Prophet sallAllahu ‘alayhi wa salam
        • 3.They Protected The Prophet SallAllahu ‘alayhi wa salam from Harm
      • The Angels with the Sinners and Disbelievers
          • 1.They Curse the Disbelievers
          • 2.They Punish the Disbelievers
          • 3.They Stay away from Sinners
      • Other Things the Angels Do
        • 1.They Conduct all Affairs
        • 2.They Protect the Sacred Places
    • Brief Description of Jinn
    • Four Significant Benefits from The Correct Belief in the Angels
  • The Pillars of Eeman – 3nd Pillar : Belief in the Holy Books : Four Aspects
    • 1st Aspect of the Belief in The Holy Books: They were truly sent by Allaah
    • 2nd Aspect of the Belief in The Holy Books: Those we were informed of by name
      • Tawrat (Torah) of Musa
      • Injil (Gospel) of Isa
      • Zabur (Psalms) of Dawood
    • 3rd Aspect in the Belief in The Holy Books: Believing in what we know is sound in them i.e. the Entire Qur’aan and what is not distorted of the former books.

    • 4th Aspect in The Belief in The Holy Books: To fulfill all commands, which were not abrogated, with full submission being satisfied with them, whether we perceive its foresight and wisdom or not.

    • Three Significant Benefits from The Correct Belief in The Holy Books

  • The Pillars of Eeman – 4th Pillar : Belief in The Messengers : Four Aspects
    • Difference between a Nabi (Prophet) and a Rasool (Messenger)
    • The Number of Anbiyah and Rusul
    • The First Nabi and First Rasool
    • 1st Aspect in The Belief in The Messengers: They were All Sent by Allaah therefore Whoever Disbelieves in One Disbelieves in All
    • 2nd Aspect in The Belief in The Messengers: Belief in those whose names we were informed of.
    • 3rd Aspect in The Belief in The Messengers: Belief in what is sound of their tidings.
    • 4th Aspect in The Belief in The Messenegers: To conform to the guidance of The Final Messenger sallAllahu ‘alayhi wa salam
    • Three Significant Benefits from The Corrct Belief in The Holy Books

  • The Pillars of Eeman – 5th Pillar : Belief in The Last Day: Three Aspects
    • Authentic Names for the Day of Judgment
    • 1st Aspect in The Belief of The Last Day: Belief in The Resurrection
    • 2nd Aspect in The Belief of The Last Day: Belief in The Account and Repay.
    • 3rd Aspect in The Belief of The Last Day: Belief in Al-Jannah (Paradise) and An-Naar [(Hell)Fire]
    • Three Significant Benefits from The Correct Belief in The Last Day

    • Belief in What Happens Directly after Death.
      • The Trial of The Grave
      • The Torture and The Ease of The Grave

    • Evidences for Resurrection: Three Proofs
      • Shariah
      • Common Sense: Five Stories mentioned in Surat Al-Baqarah
        • 1.The People of Musa asked their Prophet to show them Allaah plainly. Al-Baqarah : Ayat 55-56
        • 2.The Story of the murdered person whom the conflict in Bani Israel was about. Al-Baqarah : Ayah 73
        • 3.The Story of those who went forth from their homes in thousands fearing death and Allaah told them “die!”. Al-Baqarah: Ayah 243
        • 4.The Story of the one who passed by a dead town and regarded it unlikely to have the town alive again. Al-Baqarah : Ayah 259
        • 5.The Story of Ibraheem Al-Khaleel when he asked Allaah to show him how he gives life to the dead. Al-Baqarah : 260
      • Rationalistic Evidence: Two Aspects
        • 1.Allaah Created everything and He can do it again.
        • 2.The One who gives life to the earth can easily raise the dead.
    • Some Signs of The Last Day
    • Ad-Dajjal
  • The Pillars of Eeman – 6th Pillar : Belief in Al-Qadar (Divine Decree): Four Aspects
    • The Knowledge of Allaah – Allaah knows what was, what is, what will be and what could have been, had it occurred, how it would have happened.

    • Allaah Wrote Everthing Pertaining to The Knowledge Previously Mentioned in Al-Lauhul Mahfoudh.

    • All of Creation Do Not Come to Exist Except by The Will of Allaah

    • All Beings are Created by Allaah Including Their Thawaatiha (their selves), Their Qualities / Descriptions, and Their Motion / Activities

    • The Futility of Using Qadar as an Excuse to Negate The ‘Abd’s Mashee’ah (Will) and Qudrah (Ability): Two Proofs
      • 1st Proof – From Ash-Shar’a (Text)
      • 2nd Proof – From Reality

    • Al Qadar is not an Excuse for Abandoning the Faraa’id (Obligitory Acts) or for Disobedience of Allaah.

    • Three Significant Benefits from The Correct Belief in Al-Qadar

    • Two Sects Who Went Astray Concerning Al-Qadar
      • Al-Jabriyyah
      • Al-Qadariyyah – Appeared in the Time of RasulAllaah salAllahu ‘alayhi wa salam
Ash-Shirk
  • Definition of Ash-Shirk
  • Two Types of Shirk
    • Ash-Shirk Al-Akbar (Major Shirk)
    • Ash-Shirk Al-Asghar (Minor Shirk) – Two Classes
      • 1st Class – Apparent
        • Seeking Omens
        • An Nadr (Swearing) by Other Than Allaah
        • Attributing Natural Occurrences to the Creation

      • 2nd Class – Riyaa’ (Hidden)
        • The Definition Riyaa’
        • The Dangers of Riyaa’
        • The Causes of Riyaa’
        • The Warning Signs of Riyaa’
        • The Categories of ‘Riyaa
          • The Time of Riyaa’
          • The Method of Riyaa’
        • Acts that do not Constitute Riyaa’
        • Ways to Avoid Riyaa’
    • Summary: Four Main Differences Between Ash-Shirk Al-Akbar and Al-Asghar
Al-Kufr
  • Definition of Kufr
  • Two Types of Kufr
    • Kufr Akbar (Major) – Five Kinds
      1. Denial Kufr
      2. Kufr of Refusal and Arrogance in Addition to Inner Belief
      3. Kufr of Doubt and Suspicion
      4. Kufr of Turning Away
      5. Kufr of Nifaaq (Hypocrisy)
    • Kufr Asghar (Minor)
  • Summary: Four Main Differences Between Kufr Akbar and Asghar
Nifaaq
  • Definition of Nifaaq (Hypocrisy)
  • Two Types of Nifaaq
    • Nifaaq Al-Akbar i.e. in Belief – Six Kinds
      1. Accusing The Prophet salAllahu ‘alayhi wa salam of telling lies
      2. Denying some of what The Prophet salAllahu ‘alayhi wa salam has been sent with
      3. Hating The Prophet salAllahu ‘alayhi wa salam
      4. Hating Some of What The Prophet salAllahu ‘alayhi wa salam has been sent with
      5. Happiness and Pleasure at the declination of Islaam
      6. Hating The Victory of Islaam
    • Nifaaq Al-Asghar i.e. in Actions – Four Charecteristics
      1. When One Talks They Lie
      2. When One Makes a Covenant They Acts Treacherously
      3. When One Makes a Promise They Break it
      4. When One Quarrels They Deviate from The Truth
    • Summary: Four Main Differences Between Nifaaq Al-Akbar and Nifaaq Al-Asghar
Bid’a
  • Definition of Bid’a (Innovation) – Two Types
    • Bid’a in Habits
    • Bid’a in The Deen – Two Types
      1. Spoken Bid’a
      2. Bid’a in Worship – Four Classes
        1. Bid’a in the Basis of Worship i.e. Inventing
        2. Bid’a in the Addition to an Existing Act of Worship
        3. Bid’a in The Manner of an Act of Worship i.e. not According to The Sunnah
        4. Bid’a of Setting Specific Dates and Times for Acts of Bid’a i.e. never Performed by The Prophet salAllahu ‘alayhi wa salam or The Salaf as Salah (The Righteous Predecessors i.e. The First Three Generations in Islaam)
    • The Legislated Ruling on Bid’a
    • Incorrect Classification of “Good Bid’a”
    • Some Examples of Bid’a in The Present Times
      • Mawlid An Nabi (The Prophet’s salAllahu ‘alayhi wa salam Birthday)
      • Pronouncing The Intention for Salaat
      • Reciting Surat Al-Fatiha in Certain Occasions, After Du’a, and for the Dead
      • Making Obsequies for the Dead, Cooking for People, Employing a Reader to Recite the Qur’aan.
      • Celebrating Al-Isra’ wal Mi’raj and Al-Hijrah of The Prophet salAllahu ‘alayhi wa salam
      • Specifying The 15th of Sha’ban for Praying at Night and Fasting in the Day.
Al-Wala’ wal Bara’
  • Definition of Al-Wala’ (Allegiance and Support) and Al-Bara’ (Enmity and Disavowal) – Two Aspects
    • 1st Aspect – Indications of Taking The Kufaar as Friends (Mawlaat)
      • Imitating The Kufaar in Dress and Lingo
      • Residence in The Lands of The Kufaar without The Intention for Hijrah to Save One’s Deen
      • Travelling to The Lands of The Kufaar for Tourism and Vacation
      • Helping The Kufaar, Giving Them Victory over The Muslims, Speaking Well of Them, and Defending Their Honour
      • Seeking the Kufaar’s Aid, Trusting Them, Putting Them in Positions to Know the Secrets of the Muslims and Making Them Advisors.
      • Using The Kufaar’s Calendar over The Muslim Calendar and More Importantly Celebrating Their Holidays
      • Observing The Kufaar Holidays by Helping Them Make that Celebration or Congratulating Them on the Occasion or Just Being Present at Their Celebrations
      • Speaking Well of The Kufaar because of Their Wealth and being Satisfied with Their Behaviour without looking at their Deen
      • Using The Kufaar’s Names
      • Making Dua’a (Supplicating) For the Kufaar and Being Compassionate to them.
    • 2nd Aspect – The Outward Manifestations of Taking the Believers as Friends (Mawlaat)
  1. Hijrah from The Lands of The Kufaar to The Lands of The Muslims
  2. Helping The Muslims with Money, Body, and Tongue in what They need in their Deen or Material Life
  3. Feeling Sympathy for The Muslims when They are Harmed and Joy when Good Comes to Them
  4. Advising and Counseling The Muslims, Always Loving Good Things to Happen to Them, Not Cheating Them or Going Behind Their Back.
  5. Being Respectful To The Muslims, not Humiliating Them or Speaking Evil about Them
  6. To be with The Muslims in Times of Prosperity an Hardship
  7. Visiting and Loving To Meet The Muslims
  8. Respecting The Muslims Rights
  9. Being Kind to The Weak Among The Muslims
  10. Making Dua’a For The Muslims and Asking Forgiveness for Them
  • Categories of People Who Deserve Al-Walaa’ and Al-Baraa’ – Three Classes
    • 1st Class – The People we should Love Purely with no intention of being an enemy to them
    • 2nd Class – The People we should hate and take as enemies with no love or support and respect to them
    • 3rd Class – The People we should Love for their Particular Good Deeds and Hate for their other evil Deeds.






4.Sources:
  1. Sharh Usool Al-Eemaan (Explaining The Fundamentals of Faith) by Shaykh Muhammad Bin Saleh Al-Uthaymeen Translated by Dr. Saleh As-Saleh
  2. Beneficial Speech in Establishing The Evidences of Tawheed by Shaykh Muhammad ibn Abdil-Wahhaab Al-Wasaabee
  3. The books of the Great Scholars of Ahl Sunnah wal Jamaah, Shaykh ul Islaam ibn Taymeeyah and his Students ibn Qayim al Jawziyah, Imaam ibn Khateer and Imaam ad Dhahabee, Sh.Muhammed ibn Abdul Wahhab. and of this modern era, Sh. Ibn Baz, Sh. Albani, Sh. Fawzan.
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INTRODUCTION


1. Main Goal:

To purify our Aqeedah from all forms of Shirk and Bida’h, Major and Minor, Hidden and Apparent thereby unifying our Jamaah upon a Single Creed, the Correct Creed, that is The Aqeedah of Ahl Sunnah wal Jamaah. As Allaah Subhana wa Ta’ala says “And hold fast altogether to the rope of Allaah and do not become divided.” [Aal-‘Imraan: 101] and “And he who rejects false deities and believes in Allaah has grasped a firm handhold which will never break.” [al-Baqarah : 256]

2. Methodology for Achieving Main Goal:
  • Tasfiyah (cleansing; purifying) and Tarbiyah (cultivating; educating) : Tasfiyah – Tasfiyah with regards to the Islaamic Aqeedah entails purifying it from that which is alien to it i.e. shirk and bida’h. This includes matters of traditions, cultural and/or racial practices, superstitions and imitating the kufaar to name a few.
  • Tarbiyah – Tarbiyah with regards to the Islaamic Aqeedah entails educating and cultivating the Jamaah upon that which is correct concerning the beliefs of Ahl Sunnah wal Jamaah from the Quran and Sunnah, in opposition to the many deviant beliefs. Specifically concerning Aqeedah, attaining the proper understanding of Tawheed and it’s opposite Shirk.
Topic Outline :

Tawheed
  • Definition of Tawheed – Linguistic and Shariah.
  • Categories of Tawheed - Ruboobiyyah, Uloohiyyah / Ibaadah, Asmaa’ wa Sifaat.
  • Definition of Tawheed Ar-Ruboobiyyah.
  • Definition of Tawheed Al-Uloohiyyah / Ibaadah.
    • Difference between Uloohiyyah and Ibaadah
    • Proofs of Tawheed Al-Uloohiyyah / Ibaadah.
    • Principle that every Nabi came with this type of Tawheed.
    • Principle that the Musrikeen use the excuse that they worship other than Allaah as means of drawing nearer to him.
  • Definition of Ibaadah – Linguistic and Shariah.
    • Ibaadah includes acts from the heart, tongue and limbs and examples of each.
    • The Two Pre-conditions for acceptance on any act of Ibaadah.
    • The absence of one of the conditions is either shirk or bida’h.
    • Pillars of Ibaadah – Love, Fear and Hope.
    • Origins of Shirk
      • Man started on Tawheed with Adam–
      • Between Adam and Nuh - 10 generations
      • Exaggeration with pious people introduced Shirk during Ummat Nuh
  • The Kalimat at Tawheed / Ash-Shahaadah.
    • Definition of ‘Ilah.
    • Explanation of incorrect translation – there is no god but Allaah.
    • Correct translation of Kalimat at Tawheed / Ash-Shahaadah – There is nothing worthy / deserving of worship but Allaah.
    • Shuroot (Conditions) of Ash-Shahaadah with corresponding Ayah and ahadeeth, and their opposites.
  • Definition of Taweed Al-Asmaa’ wa Sifaat.
    • Difference between An ism (Name) and a Sifaah (Attribute).
    • 1st principle concerning Tawheed Al-Asmaa’ wa Sifaat – All Names are Beautiful / Excellent/ Perfect.
    • 2nd principle concerning Tawheed Al-Asmaa’ wa Sifaat – All Names are Tawqeefiyyah (derived from Quran and Sunnah) only.
    • 3rd principle concerning Tawheed Al-Asmaa’ wa Sifaat – The Names are not limited to a specific number.
    • Explanation of hadeeth about 99 names of Allaah.
    • 4th principle of Tawheed Al-Asmaa’ wa Sifaat – Shun all forms of ilhaad (deviation).
    • Brief mention of some types of ilhaad
      • tahreef (distortion)
      • ta’teel (denial)
      • tamtheel (likening the creation to Allaah)
      • tashbeeh (likening Allaah to the creation)
      • takyeef (asking how; mannerism)
  • Nawaaqid (Nullifiers) Al Islaam – 10 most prevalent in our times.
Arkaan Ul Eeman
  • Hadeeth of Jibreel – The three ranks of the Deen : Islaam, Eeman, Ihsaan
  • Brief explanation of the Five Pillars of Islaam
  • The Pillars of Eeman – 1st Pillar : Belief in Allaah : Four Aspects
    • 1st Aspect of Belief in Allaah : Evidences of existence of Allaah
      • Fitrah
      • Reasoning / Human Mind
      • Ash Shar’a (Legislation from Quran and Sunnah)
      • Al-Hiss (Sensory Perception e.g. Seeing and Hearing)
        • Signs That We Hear and See
        • Mu’jizaat (Miracles) of The Anbiyah
    • 2nd Aspect of Belief in Allaah: Belief in His Ruboobiyyah
    • 3rd Aspect of Belief in Allaah: Belief in His Uloohiyah
    • 4th Aspect of Belief in Allaah: Belief in His Asmaa’ wa Sifaat
      • 1.Sifaat of Allaah with Bodily Names
        • Allaah’s Face
        • Allaah’s Eyes
        • Allaah’s Hands – Both Hands are Right Hands
        • Allaah’s Fingers
        • Allaah’s Foot
      • 2.Seeing Allaah
        • No human can see Allaah in his life
        • An important lesson from ‘Aa’ishah radhi Allahu anha
        • Only the Belivers will see Allaah in al akhirah
      • 3.Where is Allaah ?
        • Allaah’s greates creation – His ‘Arsh (Throne) and His Kursi (Chair)
        • Allaah’s Highness, Above the Heavens, Above the Throne
        • The story of the Sheppard Slave Girl
      • 4.Qualities of Motion
        • Allaah comes down
        • Allaah’s coming and understanding Allaah’s coming
        • Allaah is with us
      • 5.More Qualities
        • Speaking
          • Allaah Speaks
          • Allaah’s Voice
        • Allaah Loves and Hates
          • Allaah loves good
          • Allaah hates evil
        • Allaah Laughs
        • Aayat al-Kursi
          • The Best Aayah
          • Allaah is Eternal
          • Allaah’s Knowledge
          • Allaah upholds the Heavens and Earth
  • Four significant benefits of Correct Belief in Allaah
  • The Pillars of Eeman – 2nd Pillar : Belief in the Angels : Four Aspects
    • 1st Aspect of Belief in the Angels : Belief in their existence
      • When were they created
      • The Number of Angels
      • Where are the Angels
      • Do the Angels die?
      • Are the Angels better than the Believers?
      • Is Satan an Angel?
      • Carrying an Angel’s Name
      • Physical Qualities of the Angels
        1. They were created from light
        2. They have wings
        3. They are powerful
        4. They are large
        5. They are beautiful
        6. Their colour
        7. They do not become hungry, tired, or bored
        8. They do not eat
        9. They travel fast
        10. They take different forms
        11. They do not have gender
      • Character of the Angels
        1. They are Noble and Good
        2. They know as much as Allaah teaches them
        3. They like to listen to Qur’aan
        4. They like to listen to thikr
        5. They are shy
        6. They hate bad smells
        7. They do not like dogs, pictures, or bells
    • 2nd Aspect of Belief in the Angels: Belief in those whose names we were informed of.
      1. Jibreel
      2. Meekaa’eel
      3. Israafeel and the Horn Blower
      4. Malakul Mawt (The Angel of Death) and his Helpers
        1. The Angel of Death
        2. The Angel of Death with Moosa
        3. The Helpers of the Angel of Death
      5. The Angels of Mercy
      6. The Angels of Punishment
      7. Maalik and The Guards of Hell
      8. Munkar and Nakeer
      9. Haroot and Maroot
    • 3rd Aspect of Belief in the Angels: Belief in what we informed about their qualifications.
      • 1.Jibreel’s Qualifications and Status
      • 2.The Angels from The Battle of Badr
    • 4th Aspect of Belief in the Angels: Belief in what we were informed about their deeds that Allaah orders them to do.
      • How the Angels Behave with Allaah
        • 1.They are close to Allaah
        • 2.They Constantly Worship Allaah
        • 3.They Pray in Straight Lines
        • 4.They Make Sujood
        • 5.They Go for Hajj
        • 6.They Fear Allaah
        • 7.They Obey Allaah
        • 8.They Love What Allaah Loves
        • 9.They Only Descend with Allaah’s Permission
      • How the Angels Behave with People
        • They Bring Down Allaah’s Messages
        • They Blow Life into People and Record Their Future
        • They Write What People Do
      • The Angels with The Believers
        • 1.They Make Dua’a for The Believers
        • 2.They Say Aameen to The Believers’ Du’aa
        • 3.They Intercede for The Believers
        • 4.They Stay with The Believers
        • 5.They Help and Protect The Believers
        • 6.They Love and Help The Seekers of Knowledge
        • 7.They Take Care of The Believers After Death
        • 8.They Fight on The Believers’ Side
        • 9.They Remind The Believers of Doing Good
        • 10.They Teach The Believers
        • 11.They Speak upon the Tongues of The Believers
      • The Angels with The Prophets
        • 1.They say Salaah upon The Prophet sallAllahu ‘alayhi wa salam
        • 2.The Deliver Salaam to The Prophet sallAllahu ‘alayhi wa salam
        • 3.They Protected The Prophet SallAllahu ‘alayhi wa salam from Harm
      • The Angels with the Sinners and Disbelievers
          • 1.They Curse the Disbelievers
          • 2.They Punish the Disbelievers
          • 3.They Stay away from Sinners
      • Other Things the Angels Do
        • 1.They Conduct all Affairs
        • 2.They Protect the Sacred Places
    • Brief Description of Jinn
    • Four Significant Benefits from The Correct Belief in the Angels
  • The Pillars of Eeman – 3nd Pillar : Belief in the Holy Books : Four Aspects
    • 1st Aspect of the Belief in The Holy Books: They were truly sent by Allaah
    • 2nd Aspect of the Belief in The Holy Books: Those we were informed of by name
      • Tawrat (Torah) of Musa
      • Injil (Gospel) of Isa
      • Zabur (Psalms) of Dawood
    • 3rd Aspect in the Belief in The Holy Books: Believing in what we know is sound in them i.e. the Entire Qur’aan and what is not distorted of the former books.
    • 4th Aspect in The Belief in The Holy Books: To fulfill all commands, which were not abrogated, with full submission being satisfied with them, whether we perceive its foresight and wisdom or not.
    • Three Significant Benefits from The Correct Belief in The Holy Books
  • The Pillars of Eeman – 4th Pillar : Belief in The Messengers : Four Aspects
    • Difference between a Nabi (Prophet) and a Rasool (Messenger)
    • The Number of Anbiyah and Rusul
    • The First Nabi and First Rasool
    • 1st Aspect in The Belief in The Messengers: They were All Sent by Allaah therefore Whoever Disbelieves in One Disbelieves in All
    • 2nd Aspect in The Belief in The Messengers: Belief in those whose names we were informed of.
    • 3rd Aspect in The Belief in The Messengers: Belief in what is sound of their tidings.
    • 4th Aspect in The Belief in The Messenegers: To conform to the guidance of The Final Messenger sallAllahu ‘alayhi wa salam
    • Three Significant Benefits from The Corrct Belief in The Holy Books
  • The Pillars of Eeman – 5th Pillar : Belief in The Last Day: Three Aspects
    • Authentic Names for the Day of Judgment
    • 1st Aspect in The Belief of The Last Day: Belief in The Resurrection
    • 2nd Aspect in The Belief of The Last Day: Belief in The Account and Repay.
    • 3rd Aspect in The Belief of The Last Day: Belief in Al-Jannah (Paradise) and An-Naar [(Hell)Fire]
    • Three Significant Benefits from The Correct Belief in The Last Day
    • Belief in What Happens Directly after Death.
      • The Trial of The Grave
      • The Torture and The Ease of The Grave
    • Evidences for Resurrection: Three Proofs
      • Shariah
      • Common Sense: Five Stories mentioned in Surat Al-Baqarah
        • 1.The People of Musa asked their Prophet to show them Allaah plainly. Al-Baqarah : Ayat 55-56
        • 2.The Story of the murdered person whom the conflict in Bani Israel was about. Al-Baqarah : Ayah 73
        • 3.The Story of those who went forth from their homes in thousands fearing death and Allaah told them “die!”. Al-Baqarah: Ayah 243
        • 4.The Story of the one who passed by a dead town and regarded it unlikely to have the town alive again. Al-Baqarah : Ayah 259
        • 5.The Story of Ibraheem Al-Khaleel when he asked Allaah to show him how he gives life to the dead. Al-Baqarah : 260
      • Rationalistic Evidence: Two Aspects
        • 1.Allaah Created everything and He can do it again.
        • 2.The One who gives life to the earth can easily raise the dead.
    • Some Signs of The Last Day
    • Ad-Dajjal
  • The Pillars of Eeman – 6th Pillar : Belief in Al-Qadar (Divine Decree): Four Aspects
    • The Knowledge of Allaah – Allaah knows what was, what is, what will be and what could have been, had it occurred, how it would have happened.
    • Allaah Wrote Everthing Pertaining to The Knowledge Previously Mentioned in Al-Lauhul Mahfoudh.
    • All of Creation Do Not Come to Exist Except by The Will of Allaah
    • All Beings are Created by Allaah Including Their Thawaatiha (their selves), Their Qualities / Descriptions, and Their Motion / Activities
    • The Futility of Using Qadar as an Excuse to Negate The ‘Abd’s Mashee’ah (Will) and Qudrah (Ability): Two Proofs
      • 1st Proof – From Ash-Shar’a (Text)
      • 2nd Proof – From Reality
    • Al Qadar is not an Excuse for Abandoning the Faraa’id (Obligitory Acts) or for Disobedience of Allaah.
    • Three Significant Benefits from The Correct Belief in Al-Qadar
    • Two Sects Who Went Astray Concerning Al-Qadar
      • Al-Jabriyyah
      • Al-Qadariyyah – Appeared in the Time of RasulAllaah salAllahu ‘alayhi wa salam
Ash-Shirk
  • Definition of Ash-Shirk
  • Two Types of Shirk
    • Ash-Shirk Al-Akbar (Major Shirk)
    • Ash-Shirk Al-Asghar (Minor Shirk) – Two Classes
      • 1st Class – Apparent
        • Seeking Omens
        • An Nadr (Swearing) by Other Than Allaah
        • Attributing Natural Occurrences to the Creation
      • 2nd Class – Riyaa’ (Hidden)
        • The Definition Riyaa’
        • The Dangers of Riyaa’
        • The Causes of Riyaa’
        • The Warning Signs of Riyaa’
        • The Categories of ‘Riyaa
          • The Time of Riyaa’
          • The Method of Riyaa’
        • Acts that do not Constitute Riyaa’
        • Ways to Avoid Riyaa’
    • Summary: Four Main Differences Between Ash-Shirk Al-Akbar and Al-Asghar
Al-Kufr
  • Definition of Kufr
  • Two Types of Kufr
    • Kufr Akbar (Major) – Five Kinds
      1. Denial Kufr
      2. Kufr of Refusal and Arrogance in Addition to Inner Belief
      3. Kufr of Doubt and Suspicion
      4. Kufr of Turning Away
      5. Kufr of Nifaaq (Hypocrisy)
    • Kufr Asghar (Minor)
  • Summary: Four Main Differences Between Kufr Akbar and Asghar
Nifaaq
  • Definition of Nifaaq (Hypocrisy)
  • Two Types of Nifaaq
    • Nifaaq Al-Akbar i.e. in Belief – Six Kinds
      1. Accusing The Prophet salAllahu ‘alayhi wa salam of telling lies
      2. Denying some of what The Prophet salAllahu ‘alayhi wa salam has been sent with
      3. Hating The Prophet salAllahu ‘alayhi wa salam
      4. Hating Some of What The Prophet salAllahu ‘alayhi wa salam has been sent with
      5. Happiness and Pleasure at the declination of Islaam
      6. Hating The Victory of Islaam
    • Nifaaq Al-Asghar i.e. in Actions – Four Charecteristics
      1. When One Talks They Lie
      2. When One Makes a Covenant They Acts Treacherously
      3. When One Makes a Promise They Break it
      4. When One Quarrels They Deviate from The Truth
    • Summary: Four Main Differences Between Nifaaq Al-Akbar and Nifaaq Al-Asghar
Bid’a
  • Definition of Bid’a (Innovation) – Two Types
    • Bid’a in Habits
    • Bid’a in The Deen – Two Types
      1. Spoken Bid’a
      2. Bid’a in Worship – Four Classes
        1. Bid’a in the Basis of Worship i.e. Inventing
        2. Bid’a in the Addition to an Existing Act of Worship
        3. Bid’a in The Manner of an Act of Worship i.e. not According to The Sunnah
        4. Bid’a of Setting Specific Dates and Times for Acts of Bid’a i.e. never Performed by The Prophet salAllahu ‘alayhi wa salam or The Salaf as Salah (The Righteous Predecessors i.e. The First Three Generations in Islaam)
    • The Legislated Ruling on Bid’a
    • Incorrect Classification of “Good Bid’a”
    • Some Examples of Bid’a in The Present Times
      • Mawlid An Nabi (The Prophet’s salAllahu ‘alayhi wa salam Birthday)
      • Pronouncing The Intention for Salaat
      • Reciting Surat Al-Fatiha in Certain Occasions, After Du’a, and for the Dead
      • Making Obsequies for the Dead, Cooking for People, Employing a Reader to Recite the Qur’aan.
      • Celebrating Al-Isra’ wal Mi’raj and Al-Hijrah of The Prophet salAllahu ‘alayhi wa salam
      • Specifying The 15th of Sha’ban for Praying at Night and Fasting in the Day.
Al-Wala’ wal Bara’
  • Definition of Al-Wala’ (Allegiance and Support) and Al-Bara’ (Enmity and Disavowal) – Two Aspects
    • 1st Aspect – Indications of Taking The Kufaar as Friends (Mawlaat)
      • Imitating The Kufaar in Dress and Lingo
      • Residence in The Lands of The Kufaar without The Intention for Hijrah to Save One’s Deen
      • Travelling to The Lands of The Kufaar for Tourism and Vacation
      • Helping The Kufaar, Giving Them Victory over The Muslims, Speaking Well of Them, and Defending Their Honour
      • Seeking the Kufaar’s Aid, Trusting Them, Putting Them in Positions to Know the Secrets of the Muslims and Making Them Advisors.
      • Using The Kufaar’s Calendar over The Muslim Calendar and More Importantly Celebrating Their Holidays
      • Observing The Kufaar Holidays by Helping Them Make that Celebration or Congratulating Them on the Occasion or Just Being Present at Their Celebrations
      • Speaking Well of The Kufaar because of Their Wealth and being Satisfied with Their Behaviour without looking at their Deen
      • Using The Kufaar’s Names
      • Making Dua’a (Supplicating) For the Kufaar and Being Compassionate to them.
    • 2nd Aspect – The Outward Manifestations of Taking the Believers as Friends (Mawlaat)
  1. Hijrah from The Lands of The Kufaar to The Lands of The Muslims
  2. Helping The Muslims with Money, Body, and Tongue in what They need in their Deen or Material Life
  3. Feeling Sympathy for The Muslims when They are Harmed and Joy when Good Comes to Them
  4. Advising and Counseling The Muslims, Always Loving Good Things to Happen to Them, Not Cheating Them or Going Behind Their Back.
  5. Being Respectful To The Muslims, not Humiliating Them or Speaking Evil about Them
  6. To be with The Muslims in Times of Prosperity an Hardship
  7. Visiting and Loving To Meet The Muslims
  8. Respecting The Muslims Rights
  9. Being Kind to The Weak Among The Muslims
  10. Making Dua’a For The Muslims and Asking Forgiveness for Them
  • Categories of People Who Deserve Al-Walaa’ and Al-Baraa’ – Three Classes
    • 1st Class – The People we should Love Purely with no intention of being an enemy to them
    • 2nd Class – The People we should hate and take as enemies with no love or support and respect to them
    • 3rd Class – The People we should Love for their Particular Good Deeds and Hate for their other evil Deeds.





4.Sources:
  1. Sharh Usool Al-Eemaan (Explaining The Fundamentals of Faith) by Shaykh Muhammad Bin Saleh Al-Uthaymeen Translated by Dr. Saleh As-Saleh
  2. Beneficial Speech in Establishing The Evidences of Tawheed by Shaykh Muhammad ibn Abdil-Wahhaab Al-Wasaabee
  3. The books of the Great Scholars of Ahl Sunnah wal Jamaah, Shaykh ul Islaam ibn Taymeeyah and his Students ibn Qayim al Jawziyah, Imaam ibn Khateer and Imaam ad Dhahabee, Sh.Muhammed ibn Abdul Wahhab. and of this modern era, Sh. Ibn Baz, Sh. Albani, Sh. Fawzan.
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This class seems like it will be a very beneficial . If I was in Trini I would have definitely made it my duty to attend as much as possible.
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the one in Caroni is 6:45pm til Isha time =)
Its a nice class
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Asalaamu alaikum, when do these classes start? Or have they started already?
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wa alaikum salaam, the classes are going on already
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This class seems like it will be a very beneficial . If I was in Trini I would have definitely made it my duty to attend as much as possible.

It is beneficial mashaa'allaah. And I agree that ppl should make an effort and attend.




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Asalaamu alaikum, when do these classes start? Or have they started already?
You can just come to the class Inshaa'Allaah cuz that is what I did and that was two weeks ago.

Imran does a good job mashaa'allaah. He very down to earth as some ppl does say. The class real good.

It suppose to start 6.45pm but I think it starts like 7ish
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How do I sign up for this class online? please send me information. Thank you.
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How do I sign up for this class online? please send me information. Thank you.
The class isn't done to accommodate for those who are online as far as I know.

Here is an update as to where we are..Right now we are doing the likes and dislikes of Allaah.
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As salaamu alaykum wa rahmatullahi wa barakaatuhu,

Are these aqeedah classes being recorded for public either for sale or to benefit. if available please let me know so i have them as i need them to benefit myself and my family.

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by Abu Abdur Razaaq Imran Khan, Graduate of University of Madinah.


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All classes are between Maghrib & Isha (~6pm to ~730pm)



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InshaAllah, the brother will be continuing with the same syllabus on Aqeedah, from the section on Eeman bil Khutub (Belief in the Revealed books).

Bismillah.. alHamdulillah, the brother's classes have resumed. See the updated times above, and in the first post. Afwan ya akhee for posting this a week late..
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InshaAllah, the brother will be continuing with the same syllabus on Aqeedah, from the section on Eeman bil Khutub (Belief in the Revealed books).


Just a reminder that the brother's classes continue on the days above!!
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Sharh Al Qawa'id Al Arba'ah
Of Shaykh Muhammed ibn Abdul Wahhab

By Sh. Salih ibn Fawzan Al Fawzan and
Sh. 'Abdur Rahman ibn Nasr Al Baraak

by Abu Abdur Razaaq Imran K. Khan (Graduate of University of Madinah)


All Sessions are Between Maghrib & Isha


Mondays Masjid Chaguanas

Tuesdays Caroni Masjid

Thursdays Masjid Al-Muttaqeen, Freeport
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