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WINTER QUARTER 2019 ARABIC & ISLAMIC SCIENCES (January 13 - March 24, 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)


    Arabic 6B (online & onsite)

    • This quarter students will be presenting the standard Arabic textbook al-Ajurrumiyyah as explained by Shaikh ibn Uthaimeen.
    • Prerequisite: Good command of Arabic Grammar.
    • Text: al-Ajurrumiyyah as explained by Shaikh ibn Uthaimeen
    • Time: Sundays 11:10-12:30 (Starting March 10, class will end at 12:25)
    • Fee: $160

    The Political System of Islam III (online & onsite)

    • This is the third 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 2:15-3:30 (Starting March 10, class time will move to 2:00-3:15)
    • Fee: $150

    Tarbiyyah (Raising Children) VI (online & onsite)

    • This is the sixth in a series related to the question of raising children. In-shaa-Allaah, this quarter will discuss the question of passing on imaan to a child.
    • Prerequisite: None
    • Recommended Text: None (Any texts will be provided by the Instructor, in-shaa-Allah)
    • Time: Sundays 4:00-5:15 (Starting March 10, class time will move to 3:45-5:00)
    • Fee: $150

    How to Approach and Understand the Quran VII (online & onsite)

    • In this quarter, there will be a discussion of the miraculous nature of the Quran, finishing up the secondary manners of approaching of the Quran, followed by a discussion of the “major goals” of the Quran.
    • Prerequisite: None
    • Recommended Text: How to Approach and Understand the Quran by J. Zarabozo
    • Time: Sundays 7:00-8:00 (Starting March 10, class will move to 6:15-7:15)
    • Fee: $140

    Religious Extremism III (online & onsite)

    • This is the third quarter in a new series that plans on 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 may be provided by the instructor
    • Time: Sundays 8:15-9:15 (Starting March 10, class time will move to 7:40-8:40)
    • Fee: $140

Courses Offered at Masjid al-Noor, Sacramento, CA (Classroom D - Adult Education):



    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…’” In this quarter, the discussion will focus on the concept of justice among humans.
    • Prerequisite: None
    • Required Text: Commentary on the 40 Hadith of al-Nawawi by J. Zarabozo
    • Time: Tuesdays 6:45-7:45 (From March 12 on it will be 7:45-8:45 in-shaa-Allaah)
    • Fee: $140
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