The Chosen One  |  Insan Pilihan
A Study Of Prophet Muhammad s.a.w’s Character & Values

Prophet Muhammad s.a.w. was sent as a mercy to the whole universe. He occupies a special position in the hearts of Muslims and had always been a central figure in the faith of Islam.

In harnessing his everlasting legacy in our contemporary time, this module attempts to explore the personality of Prophet Muhammad s.a.w. through studying his physical traits, characteristics, values and ethics. Special attention is given to study Prophet’s individual actions in facilitating appreciation of teachings and values.

In bringing contextual relevance to the study of the Prophet’s life, this module will draw learning points in relation to current context, unique social environments and multi-religious setting. In enhancing understanding, social skills will be incorporated throughout this module.

A Muslim’s Manual  |  Manual Muslim
Guide to the pillars of Islam & Its Essence

Part 2
7 Apr - 5 May
2.00pm - 4.00pmUstaz Fakhrudin AminEnrol
Part 2
12 Apr - 10 May
7.30pm - 10.00pmUstaz Hafiizh Rapiee Enrol
28 Mar – 25 Apr
7.30pm – 9.30pmUstaz Khairani BasiranEnrol

Central to the Islamic teachings and way of life are various obligatory acts of worship (ibadah) which are often referred to as the “Five Pillars of Islam.” While the aim of each of these is the remembrance and glorification of Allah s.w.t., it must be emphasized that Allah’s majesty and glory do not depend in the slightest degree upon the praise or even acknowledgment of His creatures. Rather it is the human being who needs these recurrent forms of worship to keep his contact with his Lord.

The purpose of Islamic acts of worship or practices is, therefore, to strengthen the individual’s faith and submission to Allah, to enhance his character, to discipline him for his role as Allah’s faithful servant and steward on earth, to make it possible and easy for him/her to live in the manner ordained by Allah, and to reinforce the ties of brotherhood and affection among humankind. In this deeply self-reflective and interactive course, students will not only learn the fine details of the aspects of worship, but also their significance to sustain his appreciation and steadfastness in performing them.

The Living Sources |  Warisan Kenabian
Introduction to Al-Quran & As-Sunnah

Part 2
1 Apr - 12 May
7.30pm - 10.00pmUstaz Md Khalid Rafi Enrol
Part 2
20 Mar - 17 Apr
7:30pm - 9:30pmUstaz Syazwan El RaniEnrol
Al-Khair Malay
Part 1
24 Mar - 31 Mar
9.00am - 1.00pmUstaz Hafiizh Rapiee Enrol

Al-Quran and As-Sunnah are the two everlasting legacies left by Prophet Muhammad s.a.w. in providing the eternal guidance to humanity. Through the study of the Al-Quran, students will be introduced on ways to appreciate the specialty of Al-Quran – the sacred words of Allah that are well preserved today and acknowledge the importance of As-Sunnah as the foundation of Islamic knowledge.

This module will cover the special position of Al-Quran as the enduring miracle of our beloved Rasulullah s.a.w and bring attention to understand critical understanding of the historical phases of the Quranic revelation and its compilation. Through the study of his As-Sunnah, students will be introduced to important terminologies in the categorization of Hadith literatures and study the various historical phases in the process of Hadith compilations.

In this course, students will be expected to self-reflect their relations with Al-Quran and As-Sunnah and aimed to familiarize them with these two living sources in enabling them to appreciate the importance of the foundational sources of Islam.

Light of Faith |  Cahaya Keimanan
Understanding the Articles of Faith

Part 2
23 Mar - 27 Apr
7:30pm - 9:30pmUstazah Zhahirah Mohammad SalehEnrol
Al - Falah English
Part 1
4 Apr - 2 May
7:30pm - 9:30pmUstaz Fadhlullah DaudEnrol

Tawhid is the most fundamental foundation stones for every Muslims. This module attempts to bring the understanding of Tawhid in a more reflective, holistic and interactive manner.

In any major religion, the concept of God rests at the core of its beliefs, tenets and practices.

This course hopes to give an absolute understanding of Pillars of Imaan (Arkaanul Imaan) which are Belief in Allah, Angels, Divine Books of Allah, Belief in Prophets and Messengers of Allah, the Last Judgment Day and the Divine Will of Allah.


Path of Repentance  |  Taubat, Jalan Kembali
Mercy of Allah and the importance of repentance in Islam

19 May - 19 Jun
11.00am - 2.00pmUstaz Hafiizh Rapiee Enrol
Al-AnsarEnglishSaturday & Sunday
17-18 Mar
9.00am – 1.00pmUstaz Fadhlullah & Ustaz ImranClosed

It is our nature to make mistakes and sometimes fall into sins when making such mistakes. Thus, it is important for Muslims to understand the acts that may bring them to the sins so as to prevent themselves from such actions.

This course will explain the importance of a servant to turn back to Allah. It does not really matter how big the sins are because what matters most is that Allah is the Most Forgiving and His forgiveness and mercy are above our sins.

Among the matters to be discussed in this course include the notion of sin, manifestation of Taubah, the means or conditions to repent and stories that can be learned from the past to motivate one to do Taubah.

Fiqh For The Sick | Fiqh Bagi Pesakit
Essential Guide for Muslim Patients

(For Muslimah)
Saturday & Sunday
14- 15 Apr
3.00pm - 7.00pmUstazah Rohanah IthninEnrol
7 & 14 April
2.00pm – 6.00pmUstazah ZanariaEnrol

Muslims view illness and sickness as tribulations and trials from Allah s.w.t. Sickness is regarded as a kaffarah or expiations of sins. At the same time, Muslims are reminded to take care of their health as the wellness of their body is an amanah by Allah s.w.t. for them.

A healthy and strong believer is loved by Allah s.w.t and thus one should always strive to maintain one’s health and wellness. However, illness and sickness are inevitable in one’s life. Therefore, as Muslims, we are reminded to be prepared for any eventualities and that includes preparation in managing illness.

In this eight-hour engaging workshop, participants will be introduced to the Fiqh concept of rukhsah (exemption from general rulings) with special focus on issues faced by Muslims when they fall sick. From learning the ways on how one can perform the ablution or substitute it with tayammum, to understanding different methods of praying based on one’s health circumstances, this course will cover it all. This course will pay special focus to patients in hospitals and how best they can perform their obligatory prayers.

Beyond the issues of praying, this course will also discuss the issues of fasting when one is sick. Can the sick break their fast? What about those who can never fast in their lifetime – what can they do? This course is relevant for Muslims who wish to equip themselves with extended knowledge of Fiqh and is also highly applicable for healthcare workers and caregivers.

Introduction to Maqasid Al-Shariah
Objectives of Islamic Law

KassimEnglishSaturday & Sunday
7- 8 Apr
3.00pm - 7.00pm Ustaz Khairul Anwar Enrol

This introductory module to Maqasid al-Shariah (Objectives of Islamic Law) is aimed to promote the need to be conscious on the overarching intent of the Islamic Law. Through appreciation of the concept of maqasid, we will will be able see the relevance of Islamic Law beyond the specificities of a particular ruling. Maqasid al-Shariah allows us to explore the dynamism of Fiqh and ensure that the hukm and fatwa issued in the contemporary times do not diverge from the foundational intent of the Shariah.

This module will discuss on the origins and history on the concept of Maqasid al-Shariah. It will also discuss the ideas promulgated by various scholars that emphasized on the notion of maqasid. This module will also deliberate of the various categories of maqasid and bring into sharp focus the contemporary fatwa as case studies of modern application of maqasid.


Being Singaporean Muslim  |  Muslim Warga Singapura
What it means to be a Muslim in the contemporary world

Muslims in Singapore have lived peacefully with members of other faith communities for more than five decades of our nationhood. Singaporean Muslims take pride in the strides that we have achieved as a community in facing multiples challenges of the contemporary world. As we continue to strive in staying faithful to our religious values and fulfilling the demands of the modern society, we are often faced with new challenges that come along the way.

The threats of radicalism and terrorism propagated by minority few who claimed to be pursuing their ‘Islamic’ agenda, seek to influence the minds of our young. Through the promotion of their perverted version of Islam, they have been able to recruit and radicalize Muslims around the globe – and some are from Singapore. They led these people to doubt the compatibility of Islam with the contemporary world, and they promoted an exclusive and utopian political model that – in their skewed interpretation – is the only legitimate authority for the Muslim world.