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SPRING QUARTER 2019 ARABIC & ISLAMIC SCIENCES (June 9 - August 6, 2019)

Note: All timings may change due to slight adjustments in prayer timings. All courses are both online and onsite. (All times are Pacific Time)

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Courses Offered at MCA, Santa Clara, CA (Fatimah Hall)

SUNDAYS

    Arabic 1A (online & onsite)

    • This class is an introduction to Arabic grammar. It covers modern standard Arabic and classical Arabic but does not touch upon colloquial Arabic. The goal is mostly to eventually give the student the ability to read and understand directly the Quran, hadith and other important Islamic literature.
    • Prerequisite: Good Acquaintance with the Arabic Script. You must be at least 16 years old to attend.
    • Text: Elementary Modern Standard Arabic Volume I by Peter Aboud and others.
    • Time: Sundays 10:50-12:30
    • Fee: $160
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    The Political System of Islam IV (online & onsite)

    • This is the fourth class in this series addressing fundamental questions, a historical review of Islamic political thought will be finished up and then individual topics will be focused on.
    • Prerequisite: None
    • Text: Text will be provided by the instructor, in-shaa-Allah.
    • Time: Sundays 1:55-3:10
    • Fee: $150
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    Religious Extremism IV (online & onsite)

    • Tackling the major theoretical and practical issues surrounding the question of religious extremism, emphasizing the definition and conception of extremism and related terms.
    • Prerequisite: None
    • Required Text: Some texts and audio files provided by the instructor
    • Time: Sundays 7:20-8:25
    • Fee: $140
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Courses Offered at Masjid al-Noor, Sacramento, CA (Classroom D - Adult Education):

MONDAYS

    Topics in Islamic Legal Theory (online & onsite)

    • This quarter continues the discussion of the lesser or more disputed sources of Islamic Law, the quarter will begin with a discussion of the legal status of the Statements of the Companions, in-shaa-Allaah.
    • Prerequisite: None
    • Text: Principles of Islamic Jurisprudence by Mohammad Hashim Kamali
    • Time: Mondays before Maghrib at Masjid Annur 7:25-8:30 (moving slightly earlier for last few weeks of the quarter)
    • Fee: $140
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TUESDAYS

    Selections from the 40 Hadith of al-Nawawi (online & onsite)

    • An in-depth commentary on some of the most comprehensive statements of the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him). This quarter shall continue the discussion of Hadith#24, “Allah said, ‘O My servants, I have forbidden wrongdoing for Myself and I have made it forbidden for you…,’” with an emphasis on the concept of justice from an Islamic perspective.
    • Prerequisite: None
    • Required Text: Commentary on the 40 Hadith of al-Nawawi by J. Zarabozo
    • Time: Tuesdays before Maghrib at Masjid Annur 7:25-8:30 (moving slightly earlier for last few weeks of the quarter)
    • Fee: $140
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