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2018 Islamic Summer Courses

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2018 Summer Courses with Ustādh Mūsá Richardson

Courses Insructor:
Ustādh Mūsá Richardson

Date: Mon. July 9th - Wed. July 18th, 2018
Location: Masjid al-Furqān (TROID) 874-A Weston Rd. Toronto, Canada


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 Stream 02: Creed - Course Outline


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  • access (digital or printed) to course handouts
  • review material
  • online tests, exams and certificate of participation
  • teacher-student sessions
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2019 Arabic Summer Course

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2019 | 1440 Arabic Summer Course

Courses Insructor:
Muḥammad Shākir

Date: Mon. June 10th - Mon. July 15th, 2019
Location: Masjid al-Furqān (TROID) 874-A Weston Rd. Toronto, Canada

2019 Tajwīd Summer Course

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2019 | 1440 Arabic Summer Course

Courses Insructor:
Muḥammad Shākir

Date: Mon. August 5th - Fri. August 23rd, 2019
Location: Masjid al-Furqān (TROID) 874-A Weston Rd. Toronto, Canada

Benefit: Following the Marūʿah (Customs) of the People?

In the Name of Allāh, the Ever Merciful, the Bestower of Mercy
From the '07 Ḥadīth Science Course delivered by Mūsá Richardson. During the discussion on the five conditions for a person to be considered 'adl (upright), is that a person does not contraḍīct the maroo'ah (the customs and culture of the people). The maroo'ah is related to the customs of the people and not the Book and the Sunnah.  Abū al-ʿAbbās brings examples of different customs of the people from the past and present and the importance of paying attention them. In our time, Muslims often show disregard for the customs of others which leads to conflict. The issue of maroo’ah vs. sharīʿah is also noted.


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Ḥadīth Sciences Course: The Types of Ḥadīth

  Abū al-ʿAbbās Mūsá Richardson

From the 2007 Summer Courses, here are 10 interactive lectures that focus on the sciences of Ḥadīththe second source of our Legislation in IslāmEach lesson is filled with benefits explained in an effortless manner and translated to fine English. Little essence of the actual science is lost, thus rendering the lessons indispensable to both the beginner and advanced student.

Lecture Series and Summer Courses Preview

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Confirmed Speaker:

Abū al-ʿAbbās Mūsá Richardson

Date: Fri. Mar. 2nd - Sun. Mar. 4th, 2018

Location: Masjid al-Furqān (TROID) 874-A Weston Rd. Toronto, Canada

Seminar: Foundations of the Sunnah

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Seminar: Foundations of the Sunnah

Confirmed Speaker:

ʿAbdu-Ilāh Laḥmāmī

Date: Fri. Apr. 13th - Fri. Apr. 20th, 2018

Location: Masjid al-Furqān (TROID) 874-A Weston Rd. Toronto, Canada

The Hāʾiyyah Poem of Ibn Abī Dāwūd (d. AH 316)

In the Name of Allāh, the Ever Merciful, the Bestower of Mercy

The famous Hāʾiyyah poem of Ibn Abī Dāwūd (raḥimahullāh) and its illustrious points concerning the correct Islamic ʿAqīdah was recently adapted using the explanation of Shaykh Ṣāliḥ al-Fawzān for the ʿAqīdah course, as part of the Summer Islamic Courses. The following is the text from the poem:

(1) Hold tightly to the rope of Allāh and the guidance,
And do not be an innovator, so that you might be successful.

(2) And practice your religion based on the Book of Allāh and the Sunan which
have come from the Messenger of Allāh so you will be saved and earn reward.

(3) And say: Not a created thing is the Speech of our great King,
Such was the religious position of the pious ones (before us) which they clearly expressed.

(4) And do not be a person who takes no position on the Qurʾān,
As did the followers of Jahm, and they had been too lax (to take the right position).
 
(5) And do not say that the Qurʾān is created, meaning: its recitation,
Since the Speech of Allāh, through its recitation, is made clear.

(6) And say: Allāh will make himself visible to the creation, openly,
Just as the full moon is not hard to see, and your Lord (will be seen) more clearly.
 
(7) And He was not born, nor has He fathered anyone,
Nor is there anything similar to Him, exalted be the Glorified One.

(8) A Jahmī rejects this, however, we have
As a testimony to the truth of what we say - a ḥadīth that clarifies it.

(9) Jarīr narrated it, from the words of Muḥammad,
So say what he said about that, and you will be successful.

(10) And certainly, a Jahmī will deny His Right Hand as well,
While both of His Hands are giving out all kinds of bounties.

(11) And say: The Ever-Compelling descends each night,
Without asking how; magnificent is the One God and most worthy of praise.

(12) Down to the lowest heaven, granting bounties from His Grace,
As the gates of the heavens are opened and spread widely.
 
(13) He says: Is there anyone seeking forgiveness who would like to meet a Forgiver?
Or anyone seeking bounties of goodness and provisions, so he could be given (what he requests)?

(14) A group has reported this whose reports are not to be rejected,
But sadly some have gone wrong and did not believe them, marring themselves.
 
(15) And say: Indeed the best of the people after Muḥammad
Were his two deputies of old, and then ʿUthmān, according to the most correct position.

(16) And the fourth of them was the best of creation after them,
ʿAlī, the companion of goodness, through goodness he was successful.

(17) Those are the people, those who we have no doubt about,
Upon the great camels of Firdows, shining brightly and roaming about.

(18) Saʿīd, Saʿd, Ibn 'Awf, Ṭalḥah,
ʿĀmir of Fihr, and Zubayr the praiseworthy.

(19) And speak with the best terms about the Companions, all of them,
And do not be one who speaks ill of them, pointing out their faults and criticizing,

(20) Since the clear Revelation has spoken of their excellence,
And in (Sūrah) al-Fath are verses about the Companions, praising them.
 
(21) And regarding the pre-ordained Qadr, be convinced, since it is
The pillar that combines many affairs of the Religion, and the Religion encompasses much.

(22) And do not reject, out of ignorance, (belief in) Nakīr and Munkar,
Or the Pool or the Scales, surely you are being advised sincerely.

(23) And say: Allāh, the Great, will remove from, of His Grace,
Out of the Fire, people, burned severely, who will then be tossed
 
(24) Into the river in Firdows, wherein they will regain life by its water,
Like a seed taken by a flood that comes and wipes things away with its abundant water.

(25) And surely, the Messenger of Allāh will intercede for the creation.
And speak about the punishment of the grave, that it is the truth, made clear.

(26) And do not make takfīr of those who pray, even if they commit sins,
Since all of them commits sins, while the Owner of the Throne forgives graciously.

(27) And do not hold a belief like that of the Khawārij, for it is
A position held by only those who desire it, and it is destructive and disgraceful.
 
(28) And do not be a Murjīʾ, one who plays games with his Religion,
Surely, the Murjīʾ is joking about the Religion (ie. not taking it seriously).

(29) And say: Īmān (faith) consists of statements, intentions  (i.e. belief of the heart)
And Actions, according to the explicit statement of the Prophet.

(30) And it decreases sometimes, due to disobedience, and sometimes
Because of obedience, it grows, and on the Scale it will outweigh (other things).

(31) And keep yourself from the opinions of people and their stances, 
Since the stance of the Messenger of Allāh is more befitting and comforting to the chest.

(32) And do not be from those who play games with their religion,
Attacking the people of ḥadīth and reviling them.
 
(33) If you keep the belief contained within this poem all your life, O my companion,
You will be upon goodness, day and night.


Summer Courses 2007 – Masjid al-Furqān – Toronto, Ontario

Translated by Mūsá Richardson
Edited by Ḥasan Ṣumālī


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ʿAqīdah Course: Exemplary Principles Concerning the Beautiful Names and Attributes of Allāh

   Abū al-ʿAbbās Mūsá Richardson

Al-Qawāʾid al-Muthlá (Exemplary Principles Concerning the Beautiful Names and Attributes of Allāh) is an exceptional book on the subject of ʿaqīdah authored by one of the greatest scholars of today, al-Shaykh Muḥammad ibn Ṣāliḥ al-ʿUthaymīn. A simple, but well-founded and informative text, these lectures will provide any person with the correct understanding and application of Allāh's Names and Attributes. What are the beliefs of Ahl al-Sunnah with respect to these Names and Attributes? Can we call Allāh with what we like as we like? What are the angles of refutation for those who distort the texts, negate them completely, or liken them to the creation? Have a listen and become well equipped.

ʿAqīdah Course: The Three Levels of Our Dīn

  Shaykh Ṣāliḥ ibn Saʿd al-Suḥaymī

An important series of lectures on ʿAqīdah, beginning with a point to point explanation of Khuṭbah al-Ḥājah. In the following audio Shaykh Ṣāliḥ Ibn Saʿd al-Suḥaymī (ḥafiẓahullāh) explains the purpose of the creation of jinn and mankind. Then he goes onto explain the three levels of our religion using the well-known ḥadīth of Jibrīl (ʿalayhī al-salām). These lectures include memorization of the Arabic text of the major points, providing an excellent tool for teaching the foundations of the religion.