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Alimah Program: Classical Islamic Learning (CIL)

Alimah Program: Classical Islamic Learning (CIL)

A 3* year degree program for serious students who, in addition to learning the translation and commentary of the entire Qur’an, wish to learn classical Arabic and study Arabic texts of tafsir, hadith, fiqh, usul, and other disciplines that have been traditionally taught in the Alimah course.   *Students who successfully complete these 3 years will qualify for an advanced […]

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Classical Islamic Learning 2015

Classical Islamic Learning 2015

Classical Islamic Learning Degree Program(CIL) Course Description: A 5-6 year degree program for serious students who, in addition to learning the translation and commentary of the entire Qur’an, wish to learn classical Arabic and study Arabic texts of tafsir, hadith, fiqh, usul, and other disciplines that have been traditionally taught in the Alimah course. This is a 2-part program. Admissions […]

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An Academic Session: Imaan, Ihsaan and Ikhlaas

An Academic Session: Imaan, Ihsaan and Ikhlaas

The western philosophy of history teaches that human beings are continually going to progress .So when they write their history they write it as the progress, advancement and what are they thinking? They are thinking in material terms , they are thinking in terms of scientific technology, they are thinking in terms of politics and economy , so much so that now western secularism believes that human beings are reaching the end of history.
According to the Deen , humanity, the Islamic philosophic history is that humanity is going on a decline. Not in progress but that’s because the Islamic philosophy is tracking something else. It’s not tracking materialism. It’s not tracking science or development or wealth or technology or that you have cars or space stations, it’s not looking at that Islamic philosophy of history is tracking spirituality. That says from the time onwards of Prophet s.a.w human beings are in a spiritual decline.

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