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Women’s Summer Intensive Arabic and Qur’an Course

This will be an exciting chance for people to finally break the ice and dive into studying in an immersive classroom. This course will aid the student in many aspects of their religion; it will provide the student with the opportunity to gain a deeper understanding of the Quran and Sunnah, beautify their reading with Tajweed, get into the routine of memorising, increase khushoo during the prayer, be able to listen to Arabic lectures, attend sittings of knowledge held by the scholars and understand, read both secular and religious texts (modern and classical) with strong comprehension, write and speak correctly, applying the principles she has studied.

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EXCLUSIVE! Al Ibaanah Arabic coming to Manchester – Enrol Today!

Update: This is currently on hold. We are attempting to hold this course in the Winter.


Ever wanted to learn the Arabic Language? Can’t travel abroad? Al Ibaanah Arabic Institute is coming to Manchester to conduct an exclusive 3 week summer course. Don’t miss out!

We are delighted to have the chance to offer their highly effective, time tested and solid Arabic course right here in the UK exclusively. An enjoyable authentic experience- just as one would have had if they travelled to Egypt! An exciting opportunity, that we hope will benefit the learner immensely; whilst saving travel, time and money!

  • save on flights
  • save on accommodation
  • save on bills and transport

So don’t miss out on this chance to study the Arabic Language face to face with a highly qualified teacher – an opportunity you would only get by travelling to Al Ibaanah!

Benefits of studying with Al-Ibaanah?

This will be an exciting chance for people to finally break the ice and dive into the language; studying it in an immersive classroom. Ibaanah Arabic is known for giving students the confidence to converse in the language by bringing it to the front of studies.

The Ibaanah program has been developed to provide students with the necessary foundation and training needed to enhance rapid learning along with gradual skill building techniques. The focus of the program is to provide a complete foundation in the Arabic language, equipping students with all the necessary components for understanding and usage.

This course will aid the student in many aspects of their religion; it will provide the student with the opportunity to gain a deeper understanding of the Quran, Sunnah, increase khushoo during the prayer, be able to listen to Arabic lectures, attend sittings of knowledge held by the Scholars and understand, read both secular and religious texts (modern and classical) with strong comprehension, write and speak correctly, applying the principles he/she has studied.

Course Details

Please note that this is a full and proper course; designed to give maximum immersion and benefit to the student. As such you would study for a good number of hours weekly, with homework.

  • The course will take place from 30th July until 19th August
  • All lessons will be conducted at The Salafi Centre of Manchester
  • Various levels will be available based on demand
  • The cost of the course is £125
  • Original Ibaanah Textbooks will be provided for each course at a cost of £5
  • Hours of Study 2-2.5 hours per day
  • 5 Days a week.

Spaces will be limited and it’s a first come first serve basis.

Future prospects

Your Arabic journey won’t end once you’re done. As the course is linked to the Al Ibaanah centre; you will be able to continue online or onsite abroad; and in future again in Manchester in shaa Allaah. What we hope though is that you will become confident in the language, gaining small insight into this beautiful langugae; the languae of the Qur’an. From then on you will be able to understand parts of the Qur’an when reading it, or understand ahadeeth or the khutbah even at a masjid in Arabic inshaaAllah.

Terms and Conditions

Please note: We can not guarantee that everyone will be accepted. We will look at every application though, until the spaces fill up. Once you  have applied, we will notify you if you are success by email, or phone call. After this, every successful applicant will have 3 days to make the payment to reserve your place, or it will be passed on.

To enrol please complete the registration form below:

Update: we are nearly full capacity. You may be placed on the waiting list

Men’s #Arabic Class @Salaficentre – Sunday #Lesson – 2nd class – RULES APPLY

Alhamdulillah we can announce that second round of Arabic classes for brothers are beginning at the masjid. These will take place in blocks of 10 on Sunday from approx (exact times to be confirmed) 1:15 -3 pm. Please see start dates insha’Allah:

  • 06th March 2014

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The lessons will be in a group, and will be taught together, with an assessment at the end. There will be a nominal fee of £3 per lesson – Payable in blocks of 10 weeks. (£30.00) and £3 for the book.

For anyone wishing to attend, there are strict rules which must be adhere to;

  1. All students must already be able to read Arabic
  2. No children allowed:
    1. NO exceptions
    2. Children are defined as up to the age of 16 (Anyone under this age should attend the boys Saturday School (salafischool.co) or the Boy’s Qur’an classes on Mondays, Wednesdays & Thursdays (Qur’an Class Boys)
  3. All participants must attend for the full 1.5 hours – the lesson is not a “drop-in and read” type lesson.
  4. Anyone who misses 3 lessons will not be allowed to progress to the next level.

PLEASE NOTE these rules are strict due to the importance of the the Arabic language and it being the key to the religion. The lessons are planned in blocks so it is important that nothing is missed; and with Allah lies the success.

Register Here

The books are taken from the Madina University Syllabus (as taught in the Jaamiyah)

Easiest Tafseer for the Muslim – Shaykh Fawzaan

:Question

What is the easiest of the tafaseer (explanations of the Quraan); which the Muslim reads and which you advise is to be read?

Answer:

The closest and easiest is the Tafseer of Shaykh ibn Sa’di rahimahullah.

http://www.alfawzan.af.org.sa/node/13731

 


Please  note the tafsir mentioned above is only available in the Arabic language; please visit the following links for statements and advice of the Scholars past and present on the importance of the Arabic Language.

http://www.salafitalk.net/st/viewmessages.cfm?Forum=19&Topic=5792

http://www.sayingsofthesalaf.net/index.php/learn-arabic-speak-arabic/

http://www.sayingsofthesalaf.net/index.php/sunnah-bidah-and-arabic/

For those who would like to learn Arabic; our elder, Shaykh Hasan marzooq Al Banna was asked where can one learn Arabic in Egypt; he replied “Al-Ibaanah”; which is an Arabic Institute in Cairo and is owned and run by a Salafi sister called umm jameelah; hafidahallah. http://www.ibaanah.com/pub/

Praying Behind an Imaam Who has defects (in his recitation)

Question:

There is a masjid whose Imaam is a Haafidh of the Qur’aan and he has good understanding in the issues of the prayer, except that there are some defects on his tongue (i.e. in his pronunciation); but he is from a non-Arab country. Is his Imaamship valid alongside the fact that there are those with a clearer tongue than him?

Answer: 

I say: (If) he is not able to pronounce the (letters and sentences) of the clear Arabic language, then he may (read) some of the verses with other than its intended (meaning), such as substituting(ر) with a ( غ ) or a (ح) with a (ه )- saying: (الرهمن), which is similar to what some non-Arabs do; saying: الهمد لله and substituting the (ح) with a (ه); [(saying) الهمد لله رب العالمين instead of الحمد لله رب العالمين] or substituting (ر ) with a ( غ) and what is similar to it; then it is not permissible to pray behind such a person, rather he should learn because the meaning of (what he recites) is the opposite.

And if his defects do not change the meaning, then there is no harm in praying behind him. (If) his defects changes the meaning, it is obligated on him to rectify his tongue (i.e. his pronunciation) by learning the Arabic language. It is obligatory to get other people to be Imaam if he changes the meaning (in his recitation).


[Al-Fataawaa Wad-Duroos Fil Masjidil Haraam of Shaikh Abdullaah Bin Humaid (rahimahullaah) Muhammad page:315-316]