Unit Name: Fiqh of Worship: Prayer
Duration: 10 weeks
Date: Saturday 3rd December
Time: 11:30am to 12:15pm
Cost: Register to find out more
Prayer, or Salah as it is called in Arabic, is the means for human beings to communicate with Allah Almighty. It is, in the words of the Prophet (peace be upon him), what distinguishes a believer from a non-believer. In fact, the importance of the 5 daily prayers can be understood from the Prophet’s (peace be upon him) saying: “The prayer is the coolness of my eye.”
The question you should ask yourself is, am I praying correctly? The Prophet, (peace be upon him) instructed us to pray just as he did. So how did he pray exactly? What if I’m running late for something; can I delay the prayer? How do I make up years of missed prayers?
This intensive and detailed unit will answer these very questions and much more. This unit has been designed to enlighten you and teach you about the outer rulings of prayers and its inner spiritual meanings so that you can pray to Allah with both body and heart.
What will I learn?
You will learn about:
What will I achieve?
By the end of this unit, you should be able to:
Ustadh Muhammad Ali
He holds a BSc (Hons) in Business & Management and held a managerial position with a leading financial services provider. He subsequently left the post after a number of years to pursue the Sacred Knowledge.
He graduated from the Islamic Law and Traditional Studies Programme at Al-Markaz Ul-Islami, Bradford in 2015. Under the guidance of Mufti Qazi Hassan Raza Whilst there he studied a broad range of Islamic Sciences including; Quranic Exegesis, Hadith Studies, Jurisprudence, Arabic Grammar, Principles of Hadith and Principles of Jurisprudence.
He is currently studying Quranic Exegesis with Shaykh Omar Tahir and Hadith Studies, Jurisprudence, Theology & Logic with Shaykh ul-Hadith Allamah Abdur Rahman, locally in Bradford.
Manchester Communication Academy, 2 Silchester Drive, M40 8NT
The Academy is easily accessible from the motorway and the metro-link there is a tram stop within a few minutes walk (Monsall Stop)
There is a free car park available at the venue, if the spaces are full there is also free parking on the surrounding streets. You will need to use the side entrance to the Manchester Communication Academy, "The Sports Entrance"