Module 2 consists of 16 study hours divided between the following books
Manzumat Al-Bayquniyyah fi Mustalah Al-Hadith, it is an amazing timeless primer in poetry form which mentions the various classification of hadith. It is a 34 line rhythmic text in the form of poetry which was authored to introduce the hadith sciences to those who do not have prior knowledge of it.
The book has a broad scope, although in brief format, making it an ideal introductory text for students of knowledge who wish to learn the sciences of hadith.
What do you Learn?
- To have a basic overview of the various classification of hadith.
- To know the conditions for a hadith to be Sahih.
- To know the difference between Sahih and Hasan.
- To know how a hadith reached us.
- To know how to classify hadith in accordance to its strength and weakness.
- To know how to classify hadith in terms of who it is attributed to.
- To know the way in which a hadith can be classified as weak.
Arabic (Book: Al Ajrumiyyah) – Part 1 — Duration: 4 hours (this module, 12 hours in total)
Ajrumiyyah’s status is largely unchallenged as an excellent introduction to this first field of learning, which every scholar must master before delving into other Arabic literature.
What do you Learn?
- To know what constitutes speech in Arabic.
- To know what the noun is known by.
- To know the letters of pledge.
- To know what the verb is known by.
- To know what a particle is known by.
- To know what is grammatical analysis; its types and signs.
- To learn about verbs and the verbal subject.
- To learn about the nominal subject and predicate.
- To have a good overview of Arabic grammar.
About the speaker
Ustaad AbdulRahman Hassan memorised Qur’an and Buloogh Al-Muraam by the age of 10. He has travelled to different countries to study with a number of prominent scholars.
He is the founder of Al Madrasatu Al Umariyyah, an online program in the English language for seeking knowledge in a classical way.
He has studied with prominent scholars such as Shaykh Saalih Al-Fawzaan – Shaykh Muhammad Aadam Al-Ethiobee – Shaykh AbdulKareem Khudayr – Shaykh AbdulMuhsin Al-Abbaad – Saad Ibn Nasir Al Shithree – Shaykh Abdullah Al-Ubaylaan.