Assalamu Alaikum wa rahmetullahi wa barakatuh,
All praise be to Allah (SWT) and may peace and blessings be upon His beloved Prophet Muhammad (SAW), his family,
companions and to all those who follow him. We have travelled through a very unpredictable term where most of us have not witnessed such a widespread impact of an external event on teaching and learning. Alhamdulillah, as believers having faith and trust in Allah, we have overcome a very challenging tough term in which I would like to thank all parents and guardians for all their help and supporting our students throughout the term.
In Term 3, students have participated in the journey of understanding ‘Fiqh al-Ibadat’ (Islamic Jurisprudence of Wordship).
Year 10 focused on ‘What is Fiqh, Chapters of Fiqh and its Sources. School of Thought (Madhabs). Purification (Taharah), the types of water allowed to use and not allowed to use for wudu. Wudu and the different types of ablution and its rulings as well as the conditions for wiping over the Khuffs (leather socks).’
This term they were given assessment tasks which outlined ‘What is a Madhab, do we need to follow a madhab, what will you need to if you do not follow a madhab and the lives of the Four Great Imams.
This topic had a huge impact to our students which made them more cautious and aware of understanding ‘Fiqh al-Ibadat’
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