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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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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

A Beautiful Advice Concerning Marrying and Divorcing Easily

  Shaykh Muqbil ibn Hādi al-Wādiʿī

[Q]: There is an evil habit that has spread amongst the practicing brothers (Salafīyyīn); it is that one of them will marry a woman and after a few short days a quarrel will take place between the spouses and the news will spread (to the community). Then, there are some brothers who encourage him to divorce her, until the point that there is a sister who has been divorced fourteen times, and this is widespread and apparent, and there is no one there (America) from the people of knowledge for them to return to, so what do you advise us with?

Advice for Educating the Muslim Children

  Abū ʿAbdullāh Ḥasan al-Ṣumālī

The first advice from the book entitled ‘Naṣīḥatī li-Nisā’ (My Advice to the Women), authored by Umm ʿAbdillāh al-Wādiʿīyyah, the daughter of the late Imām of Yemen, Al-ʿAllāmah Muqbil bin Hādi al-Wādiʿī -raḥimahullāh - An introduction to some of the primary responsibilities of the husband and the wife in an Islamic marriage, followed by twenty-one points with proofs and evidence from the Qurʾān and authentic sunnah on the topic of raising children.

Benefit: A Boy Asks a Complex Question About Breastfeeding and the Relationships That Result From It

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

  Ustādh Mūsá Richardson answers a question from a boy who enquires about a wet-nurse who may be maḥram to her child or not, the knowledge of this being relayed on her deathbed without full clarity. He wished to know what happens in such a complex situation. Another example of why it is unwise to tell boys and girls "don't ask about these things" when they are capable of comprehending the reality of situations. In broader society they are being taught or exposed to vulgar interpretations of intimacy and sexuality and incorrect understandings of rights and relationships.

From the course entitled: Fiqh Course: Marriage and Divorce (الملخص الفقهي), during the 1439 | 2018 Islamic Summer Courses

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Benefit: A Husband Assisting His Wife with Household Chores Doesn’t Diminish or Negate His Masculinity

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

Shaykh Muḥammad ibn ʿUmar Bāzmūl (حفظه الله) stated:

A man assisting his wife in the house doesn’t diminish or negate his masculinity, nor does it hinder his protection and maintenance of her.

Imām al-Bukhārī reported that al-Aswad said: "I asked ʿĀishah (رضي الله عنها): 'What did the Prophet (ﷺ) use to do inside his house?’ She answered: 'He use to keep himself busy serving the members of his family, and when it was time for the prayer, he would leave."

'Serving the members of his family’ meaning, assisting them in the different tasks that were binding upon them.


Translator's note:

There has come in some narrations a description of some of the things that he (ﷺ) would do in the house. ʿUrwah said: "I said to ʿĀishah (رضي الله عنها): 'O Mother of the Believers! What did the Prophet (ﷺ) use to do when he was with you?' She said: 'He would do what any of you would do when serving the members of your family. He would mend his sandals, sew his thowb, and patch his bucket."[Reported by Ibn Ḥibbān, and authenticated by Shaykh al-Albānī.]

Source: https://www.facebook.com/mohammadbazmool/posts/1121311527987332

Translated by: Musa Shaleem Mohammed

Benefit: Deal with Your Wives as You Wish for Your Daughters to be Dealt With

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

Know that you must honour your wife in your dealings with her as (you would expect from) the man married to your daughter. How would he deal with her? Would you be pleased that he deals with her in a harsh and cruel manner? The answer is No!

So do not feel content in dealing with the daughters of others in a manner that you would not be pleased for your daughter to be dealt with. Everyone should know this principle.


Shaykh Muḥammad ibn Ṣāliḥ al-ʿUthaymīn 

Source: Sharḥ al-Mumtiʿ 12/381 

Translated by: Munīb al-Ṣumālī

Benefit: Does A Woman Keep Custody of Her Child If She Marries A Direct Relative of the Father?

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

  Ustādh Mūsá Richardson discusses the custody of a child when a woman remarries a direct male relative of her ex-husband. This benefit also touches on the wisdom of child custody laws in Islām and why the custody could transfer to the child's father if she remarries a non-relative of the child.

From the course entitled: Fiqh Course: Marriage and Divorce (الملخص الفقهي), during the 1439 | 2018 Islamic Summer Courses

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Benefit: How Does One View a Potential Wife and How Should She Be Dressed?

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

  Ustādh Mūsá Richardson discusses how a man may view a potential spouse (with modesty and respect) and how the walī (guardian) can facilitate this whilst maintaining her dignity. Some upright guidelines on how to facilitate the marriage process and how to partake in it. 

From the course entitled: Fiqh Course: Marriage and Divorce (الملخص الفقهي), during the 1439 | 2018 Islamic Summer Courses

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Benefit: How to Ask About the Defects of a Woman?

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

  Ustādh Mūsá Richardson discusses the the potentially awkward scenario of asking about defects when enquiring about marriage. What are the manners and timing to open up such a sensitive topic.   

From the course entitled: Fiqh Course: Marriage and Divorce (الملخص الفقهي), during the 1439 | 2018 Islamic Summer Courses

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Benefit: Legislated Ranks of Wilāyah in Marriages

In the Name of Allāh, the Ever Merciful, the Bestower of Mercy
From the benefits of this short article1 is an important review of the rankings of walīs for marriage, as quoted below (read the article at the URL above for more benefit):

Legislated Ranks of Wilāyah in Marriages

Let us take a moment to be clear on the legislated ranks of wilāyah in a marriage contract. The following are the order of ranks, each of them being sound-minded adult men of the same religion:

  1. Father
  2. Grandfather (from the father’s side)
  3. Great Grandfather (from the father’s side)
  4. Son
  5. Grandson
  6. Great Grandson
  7. Oldest Full Brother
  8. Next Oldest Full Brother (and so on…)
  9. Oldest Half-Brother (from the Father’s side)
  10. Next Oldest Half-Brother (from the Father’s side, and so on…) [1]
  11. Oldest son of a Full Brother (Nephew)
  12. Next Oldest Son of Full Brother (Nephew)
  13. Oldest Son of a Half-Brother from the Father’s side (Nephew)
  14. Next Oldest Son of a Half Brother from the Father’s side (Nephew)
  15. Grandson of Full Brother (oldest first)
  16. Grandson of Half-Brother from the Father’s side (oldest first)
  17. Oldest Paternal Uncle
  18. Next Oldest Paternal Uncle (and so on…)
  19. Oldest Son of Paternal Uncle (Cousin) [2]
  20. Next Oldest Son of Paternal Uncle (Cousin, and so on…)
  21. Oldest Great (Paternal) Uncle
  22. Next Oldest Great (Paternal) Uncle (and so on…) [3]

Important: Each of the above mentioned walīs has the right to appoint someone on his behalf to act on his behalf.  So in this case, if the father appoints the brother to act as the walī, then he is the official and accepted walī, even in the presence of the grandfather, since the brother is the father’s chosen trustee and takes his place.

After these relatives have been exhausted, then a woman may seek to appoint a walī from outside her family through the Muslim authorities.

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1 Originally posted to bakkah.net
Compiled by Mūsá Richardson

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