We would like to invite you to join our Introduction to Usul al-Fiqh: Principles of Islamic Jurisprudence This 8 week introductory course sheds light on the major sources and principles of Islamic Jurisprudence, and distinguishing it from ordinary Fiqh.
Students be taught to familiarise themselves with the vast literature on the subject, with particular emphasis on methodological differences. Practical experience and exercises will be given to weigh and evaluate different legal opinions, such as why and how scholars differ. The course will give more importance to the practical understanding and application of Usul al Fiqh in daily life.
WHO IS THE COURSE FOR?
Anyone who wants to gain a deeper grasp of the topic.
DATE & TIME
8 weeks (every Wednesday) starting 18th March
6.30pm to 8.30pm
London Muslim Centre (Whitechapel Road, London E1)
TEACHER – Imam Abdullah Hassan
Imam Abdullah Hasan graduated with an Imam Diploma, BA and Ijaza Aliyah in Islamic Studies from a European Islamic seminary. He holds a diploma in Arabic from Zarqa Private University ( Jordan ) and studied with some of the leading Scholars of Jordan and the Middle East.
He studied a number of classical and contemporary Usul texts including Al Waraqat, Usul al Shashi, Irshad al Fuhul etc. He has Ijazah to teach Usul Al Fiqh from his teachers.
Imam Abdullah Hasan has been involved with grass roots da’wah organisation in the UK since 1998 and has been active in the community.
Abdullah Hasan has been Imam at Mosques in London, Manchester, Peterborough, UK. Imam at Imams Against Domestic Abuse (IADA), Shariah consultant at the Islamic Shariah Council, Peterborough. Member of the National Council of Imams & Rabbis, UK. He also delivers talks on various Islamic issues at university campuses, mosques and Islamic centres here in Britain and abroad.