‘Abdullah ibn ‘Amir that ‘Umar ibn Al-Khattab went to Sham, and when he reached Sargh, he heard the news that an epidemic had broken out in Sham. ‘Abd Ar-Rahman ibn ‘Awf then told ‘Umar ibn Al-Khattab that Allah’s Messenger ﷺ said: “When you hear about it (an epidemic) breaking out in a place, then do not go there, and if it breaks out where you are living in, do not leave your place, trying to escape from it.”

– [Sahih Al-Bukhari, Kitab At-Tibb]


Thursdays, commences on 21 Oct 2021
7.45pm – 9.30pm
4 weeks


Ustaz Taufiq Bin Radja Nurul Bahri


Fiqh is the understanding of the Islamic legal thought and practice, that has originated primarily from the textual sources of Islam, the Quran and the Sunnah. In its early stages of inception, we saw the emergence of theories on legal mechanisms and principles that assisted to crystallize and codify the framework in which Islamic law houses itself to derive legal rulings for the actions of accountable human beings.

While the core sources and subsidiary sciences of Islamic law have been rooted as crucial elements of this field, it is an inevitable reality that the nature of this world changes with the advent of new developments resulting from human advancements in various domains of expertise. These developments, seeking to enhance the quality of human life, may at times require an assessment from the purview of Islamic law.

Comprehensive and timeless, the religion has been designed for humanity, directing mankind towards what is ultimately good, no matter what circumstances we may find ourselves in. With that in mind, it is upon us to explore the realms of thought within Fiqh that deals with the plethora of changes implicating the human civilization over the course of time. The role of Fiqh, as always, is to facilitate thought and to identify benefits and harms in the realistic applications of human innovation.

Appreciate the dynamism of Fiqh as we seek to comprehend contemporary issues with clarity, in light of understanding the key objectives of the Islamic legal discourse.


• There are no prior qualifications required to attend this course.
• Students are required to have access to internet on the day of tutorials.


Week 1 21.10.21 TBA
Week 2 28.10.21 TBA
Week 3 4.11.21 TBA
Week 4 11.11.21 TBA


Standard: $55 | Concession: $45

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