Lesson Schedule

The schedule of lessons held at the Masjid are as follows:

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The Science of Hadith

The Science of Hadith

In this series of lectures, Abu Hakeem expounds a number of books pertaining to the Science of Hadith. These books include:
  • Ibn Hibban’s Mashaheer Ulamaa Al Amsaar
  • Taa Haa Ibn Muhammad Ibn Futooh Al-Bayqoonee’s Al Bayqooniyah
  • Ibn Hajr’s Nuzhatun Nadhr

Mondays 21:30
Taught by Abu Hakeem

Saheeh Muslim

Saheeh Muslim

Saheeh Muslim, collected by Muslim Ibn Al-Hajjaj, is the most authentic book of Hadith after Sahih Al-Bukhari. This collection comprises of approximately 7536 ahadeeth on the teachings, rules and regulations of Islam.

This is a comprehensive study of the book, taught by Abu Hakeem.

Tuesdays 21:30
Taught by Abu Hakeem

Buloogh Al Maraam

Buloogh Al-Maraam Min Adillat Al-Ahkaam

This book is a compilation of ahadeeth which together provide the sources of evidence for Islamic Jurisprudence (Shar’iah).

This is a concise explanation by Abu Hakeem, of the book authored by Hafidh Ibn Hajar Al-Asqalani. 

Wednesdays  21:30
Taught by Abu Hakeem

Aqeedah Tahawiyyah

Aqeedah Tahawiyyah

Authored by Abu Ja’far Ahmad At-Tahawi, this book comprises of a number of essential matters in the Creed (Aqeedah) of Ahlus Sunnah Wal Jama’ah.

In this series of lessons, Abu Hakeem provides a detailed explanation on the commentary of the book by Ibn Abil ‘Izz Al Hanafee.

Thursdays 21:30
Taught by Abu Hakeem

The Three Fundamental Principles

The Explanation of The Three Fundamental Principles

This book is from the best and most focused writings on the three questions that will be asked in the grave, authored by one of the most knowledgeable scholars of the past few centuries, Shaykh-ul Islam Muhammad Ibn ‘Abdul Wahhaab.

In this series of lectures, Abu Idrees discusses various points of benefit from the commentaries of scholars such as Ibn Baaz, Al Fawzaan and Ibn Al Uthaymeen as well as others.

Thursdays 20:30
Taught by Abu Idrees

Biography of the Prophet

Biography of the Prophet ﷺ

This series of lessons by Abu Hakeem, is a comprehensive study of the life of the Prophet .

Fridays 21:30
Taught by Abu Hakeem

Jami Al Uloom Wal Hikam

Jami Al Uloom Wal Hikam

Authored by Imam Abdur Rahmaan Ibnul Rajab Al Hanbali, this book comprises of his commentary on Imaam An-Nawawee’s Forty Hadith, as well as an additional eight added by the author himself.

In this series of lessons, Abu Hakeem provides a detailed explanation of the commentary and the additional eight hadeeth.

Saturdays 18:30
Taught by Abu Hakeem

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Kashf Ash Shubuhaat

Kashf Ash-Shubuhaat

This is a succinct explanation of the book ‘Removing the Doubts of the People of Shirk’, authored by Shaykh-ul Islam Muhammad Ibn ‘Abdul Wahhaab. In this book, the author mentions ten doubts from the people of Shirk and answers them using textual proofs from the Qur’an and the Sunnah of the Prophet ﷺ.

This was taught by Abu Idrees Muhammed.

Lum’at-ul-‘Itiqaad

Lum’at-ul-‘Itiqaad

This is a comprehensive explanation of the commentary of Shaykh Al Uthaymeen on the classic treatise ‘Sufficiency in Creed’, authored by Imaam Ibn Qudaamah Al-Maqdisee. In this book, the author presents the Creed (Aqeedah) of the Salaf with evidences from the Qur’an, Sunnah and Aathaar of the Pious Salaf.

This was taught by Abu Hakeem.

Al Qawaa'id ul-Arba'a

Al-Qawaa’id-ul-Arba’a

This is a concise explanation of the book ‘The Four Fundamental Principles’, authored by Shaykh-ul Islam Muhammad Ibn ‘Abdul Wahhaab. In this book, the author clarifies the differences between Tawheed and Shirk and teaches some of the most important issues of Creed and Belief (Aqeedah) that a Muslim must acquaint themselves with. As with all of his works, the principles brought forth are taken from the Qur’an and the Sunnah of the Prophet ﷺ.

This was taught by Abu Idrees Muhammed.