This is a required general education course aims at studying Islamic culture, its concept, sources, and characteristics. The course also deals with the following areas of Islamic culture: faith, worship, transactions, and personal status. The course discusses a number of life vales in Islam, such as honesty and credibility. The course dwells upon contributions made by the Muslims to the humanities, social, and natural sciences, in addition to some contemporary issues, such as medical issues and the other in Islam.
This course is intended to show the importance of the study of Hadith in preserving Sunna, and to acquaint students with the principles of this science and its basic terminologies. The course touches upon such topics as basic terms and definitions and the basic-sub-disciplines of Hadith such as: criticism of authorities, etiology, variant Hadith, and transmission of Hadith; and the kinds of Hadith.
The course aims at acquainting students with the Holy Qur'an, the stages and occasions of its revelation, the principles of its recitation and its variant readings, its impact on Arabic and Islamic culture, the inimitability of the Qur'an, and a brief survey of the history of its interpretation.
This course aims at acquainting students with all aspects of the prophet's personality and his method in spreading Islam. It also provides an analysis of the various stages of the prophet's life: the period before the call to prophethood, the period in Mecca and then in Madina, with all the events that occurred thereafter until his death.
The course aims to train students to pronounce and recite the verses of the Qur'an correctly. Students learn the basic rules of cantillation and then apply them to the last ten parts of the Qur'an and to other Suras which should be memorized by students.
This course deals in detail with the forms of worship in matters of ritual purity, prayer, and pilgrimage and provides the students with fiqh views on issues connected with these maters, weighing one against another in order to enable them to be proficient in fiqh when they undertake to teach the forms of worship and to pass fatwas with regard to these issues, which are of great importance as they form the basis of the relationship with the Creator.
This course explains the basic doctrines of Islam and its views on pillars of Islam namely divinity and prophet hood. It provides arguments for these doctrines and refutes all attempts at casting doubts on them. The course also stresses the importance of belief in life and of absorbing the spirit of Islam in theory and practice.
This course is intended to explain the concept of analytical interpretation which is based on analyzing Qur'an texts and understanding their linguistic and rhetorical features. The course illustrates the inimitability of the Qur'an through the study of its style, structures, and variant readings. The verses of the Qur'an will be related to their historical context.
This course covers Selections from (Hadith ) :sayings of the Prophet Mohamed (peace be upon him), in which students analyze these conversations interpreting its meaning, , and the need for it in our Islamic Teachings , values and morals contained therein, as well as the analysis focuses on the educational applications in the Hadith.
This course aims at acquainting students with the moral principles on which Islamic education is founded. It shows how all Islamic disciplines are based on these principles, and studies the objectives of Islamic education and educational methods.
This course aims at acquainting students with the history of scriptural and idolatrous religions in order to differentiate between their doctrines and principles. Special attention is given to Judaism and idolatrous religions such as Brahmanism, Buddhism, Confucianism, and Sikhism.
This course includes two themes: the first theme: texts of the Qur'an: which includes texts on the Quranic verses from Surah (alnaas ) until surah ( Ma'un) In addition to some text that contain a social morality such as authorization (Surat Al-Nur verses 21-34), and worship (Baqarah 253-286), and manifestation of blessings of Allaah (Al anaam verses 1-85). The second theme: the texts of the Sunnah: which studying hadith will be in the first cycle of basic education: from first grade to fifth.
This course deals with the determination of the concept of the Call to Allah: its objectives and characteristics, and the importance of the Fiqh of the Islamic Call in the Muslim life. The course also concentrates on the study of the foundations and bases of Islamic Call, the rules connected to governing good actions and prohibiting reprehensible actions (amr bil-ma'ruf wa nahy 'an al-munkar), and the best procedures to fulfill these aims. The course also deals with the most important Foundations of Call in Islam, and selects certain texts of the Qur'an, Sunna and Scholars' sayings to be studied and analyzed, in order to derive values of Call from them.
The purpose of this course is to introduce the student to comparative jurisprudence form the point of view of the subject matter of the comparison, its inception, the reasons for disagreement of the jurists, the methods for giving greater weight to one jurisprudence over the other. It includes a comparative study of some jurisprudential topics such as fasting, almsgiving, personal ceses, transactions, punishment and the rules of evidence.
The course deals with an introduction to the definition of jurisprudence and Sharia, its divisions and the characteristics. The role of Islamic jurisprudence is covered through the study of its various sources, like The Quran, The Sunna, Fiqh consensus, inference, open interests, approbation, pretext closure accompanying and Tradition.
This course mainly deals with an introduction to the principles of Fiqh and its subjects, and the various schools of thought. It covers the legal sayings in its two kinds- procreative and practical. These aspects are dealt from the view point of the researchers, governor, governed by, governed on, Ejtehad, and the tradition that are related.
This course covers the study of marriage, its status and essence in Islamic law. Special emphasis is given on the concept of engagement, on various conditions of marriage contract and the rights of each spouse. The entire study is made in light of the UAE Personal Status Law and its implementations.
This course covers the study of marriage, its importance and the rules governing it. It touches upon such topics as betrothal and its obligations; conditions of the marriage contract; obligations ensuing there from; the rights of husband and wife; divorce and its constraints and conditions; the difference between divorce and dissolution of contract; permissibility of divorce; kinds of divorce; divorce by single will, mutual agreement or with the approval of the judge.
The course covers the study of definition of divorce and legitimacy of divorce, and it further includes the rules and philosophy of divorce in Islam, compared with the divorce in former canons. The course adequately covers various types of divorce, like; - Legal (conventional) & heretical, revocable & irrevocable, accomplished & suspended (conditional). It includes qualifications required to be satisfied, in divorce and for a divorcee. The study relating to the effects of divorce, other forms of marital separations, rights of children and relatives for alimony upon divorce/separation are dealt with in the light of the UAE Personal Status Law and its various implementations.
The study deals with 'An introduction to inheritance and succession in the Pre-Islamic Period and its legality in Islam. It covers the basic elements of inheritance, its conditions, impediments and rights of share holders. Various aspects covering "rightful heirs, kindred inheritance, diminution, screening, maternal kinship, treasury, and fetus inheritance rights are adequately covered. The course also includes studying the compulsory legacy (legally).
The course revolves around the philosophy of Hudood. It covers the definition of Hudood, distinction between Hudood and Ta?azeer, and various categories of Hudood, such as, the adultery, accusation of adultery, drinking of liquor, theft, armed robbery, apostasy, and transgression. The focus of the study would be on the application of Hudood in the Federal Criminal Law in the United Arab Emirates.
This course includes an introduction to the Government system in Islam and the concept of International Relations in Islam. Regulations of relationship between States in Islam; which includes both the relations in times of peace and in times of war are covered under this course with a special emphasis on the comparative study of related instruments of International Conventions.
This course deals with the Introduction part of Islamic Jurisprudence and involves interpretation of religious provisions, and the importance of such interpretation in the legal and religious fields. The evidence of pronunciation and its sections are included as a part of the study in this course.
The course includes the study of the importance of 'protection of life as the fundamental objective of Sharia'. The course deals mainly with the definitions of various crimes affecting human life and their punishments; such as; definitions of the offences of murder, manslaughter and unintentional manslaughter and their punishments, various offences of felonies affecting the human body and their punishments and lastly, the offence of feticide (murder of fetus).
The course focuses on the study of "Optional Legacy, its definition and Probate, its basic elements", and deals with the terms of validity; its correlative terms and pertinent rules and nullity of will. The study also includes the definition of endowment, its legality, its classification, types, and their basic elements. The conditions and rules relating to endowment and termination of endowment are also adequately dealt with, in the course.
The course covers banking deposits, banking transfer, current account, bank guarantees, transactions on commercial papers and securities, speculation and partnership from an Islamic prospective.
It covers the study of definition of money and its types, procession and its types, easement rights, causes of full procession, contract and its topics.