COURSES / ESSENTIALS
10 Hadith On Love
Note: This is an online-only course. Course will be conducted on Youtube Livestream.
Tuesdays (4 weeks)
17 Oct – 7 Nov 2023
8pm – 9.30pm
Online: YouTube Livestream (Private)
A private link will be sent to your email prior the tutorial.
Ustaz Taufiq Bin Radja Nurul Bahri
“Love is in truth, a baffling ailment, and its remedy is in strict accord with the degree to which it is treated; it is a delightful malady, a most desirable sickness. Whoever is free of it likes not to be immune, and whoever is struck down by it yearns not to recover. Love represents as glamorous that which a man formerly disdained, and renders easy for him that which he hitherto found hard; so that it even transforms established temperaments and inborn dispositions.”
– [Ibn Hazm]
Views on love in the Muslim community range from the extreme liberal (love is good and everything related is alright, prior to marriage) to the extreme conservative (love is bad and immoral). Early Muslim scholars did not see love as a taboo subject, which had to be “avoided, to maintain purity.”
Rather they saw it as an indispensable matter of human nature unless it descends from its original essence to something with direct prohibitions.
There was love and affection in the time of Companions, even during the time of the Prophet ﷺ himself. They did not see this as a bad thing. They did not hate anyone afflicted with Ishq, but expressed kindness and sympathy towards him. The Prophet ﷺ himself recommended for a lover to marry whom he loves, and the scholars called it the Sunnah of the Prophet ﷺ.
• A reading of ten hadith on love
• Levels and types of love in Islam
• Loving Allah and the Messenger ﷺ
• Love and romance in Islam
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