Fiqh al-Ibadat


(Jurisprudence of Worship)


Course Title:

Fiqh al-Ibadat (Jurisprudence of Worship)

Under the Category of: [FIQH] 101

Categories include: [AQEEDAH] [QURAN] [SUNNAH] [FIQH] [SERAH (and History)] [Al-LUGHAT-AL-ARABIYYAH] [DA’WAH]


Abu Salman Deya ud-Deen Eberle


Hijri Era 1431 -CE 2010

Exact date to be announced

Duration and Structure:

14 weeks of two 1 hour sessions per week, equaling 28 one hour classes.

Required reading and attendance (absent students may access recordings and notes)

Two 5 -7 page research papers, or one 12-15 page research paper, as student prefers.

Mid-Term and Final Exam

Summary of Course:

After an introduction to fundamentals of seeking Islamic knowledge and Islamic Jurisprudence, this course will introduce the student to the basic “Fiqh” topics of the five pillars of Islam: Shahadah; Taharah; Salat; Zakat; Saum; and Hajj, and include sections on Dua and Dthkr, using class notes and summaries and some of the popular Islamic Jurisprudence books. The course will refer to the schools of Islamic jurisprudence and the proofs of the Quran, Sunnah, Ijma’a, and Qiyas used by the Jurists to prove the legitimacy of their juristic verdicts and positions.

Resources: books, articles etc:

{|} Class notes, handouts, summaries and diagrams.

{|} Hisnal Muslim, by Saeed al-Qahtani

{|} Al-Qawaa’id wal-Usool al-Jaami’ah wal-Furooq wat -Taqaaseem al-Badee’ah an-Naafi’ah.

[The Basic Rulings and Principles of Fiqh – The Beneficial, Eloquent Classifications and Differentiations], by By Sheikh. ‘Abdur Rahmaan As-Sa’di

{|} Fiqh us-Sunnah, By As- Sayyid Saabiq [with important notes of Sheikh al-Albani]

{|} al-Mulakhas al-Fiqhi [A Summary of Islamic Jurisprudence], by Shaykh Saalih Al Fawzaan

{|} Fiqh Made Easy, Dr. Saalih al-Sadlaan of Muhammad ibn Saud

{|} Fiqh az-Zakat, Dr Yusuf al-Qardawi

{|}  The Issue: Is Abandoning Salat (Prayer) Disbelief and Apostasy? The Evidences of the Quran and Sunnah and discussions between the Muslim Scholars, by Abu Salman Deya ud-Deen Eberle

{|} Zakat Is Required for Personal Salvation and Muslim Revival, by Abu Salman Deya ud-Deen Eberle

{|} some websites for resources

{|} others to be announced

<> |> NOTE of DISCLAIMER: the mention of a book, or article or website, etc, in the references does not necessarily mean an endorsement of all contents.


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