A righteous and stable family is an essential component of any just society as well as being a condition for one to attain inner peace and tranquillity. This course will cover topics essential for anyone wanting to start a family or simply for those who want to improve their family relations. Amongst the topics that will be covered:
- The Fiqh of marriage
- Divorce and marriage maintenance
- How to welcome new children into the family etc.
The course will be based on numerous works of fiqh and tarbiyyah.
In this course you will learn:
- What is marriage about?
- What are the requirements of marriage?
- What constitutes a valid and blessed marriage?
- What does Islam really say about forcing women in to a marriage?
- Can a man marry two sisters?
- Can a wife make it a condition that her husband doesn’t get a second wife?
- What does Islam really say about how a husband must treat his wife and how the wife should treat her husband?
- How does a woman get out of a bad marriage?
- Does Islam really like divorce?
- What is Islamic in getting divorced?
- What happens in Islam when one spouse knows the other has been unfaithful?
- What happens to the children after a divorce?
Additional Reading Material:
- A Summary of Islamic Jurisprudence by Dr Saalih Al Fawzaan
- Fiqh us-Sunnah, by Sayyid Sabiq
- Fiqh Made Easy, by Sheikh Saalih As Sadlaan
Having studied this course, you should consider studying the following:
- Hanafi Fiqh: Mukhtasar al Quduri
- Manhaj as Salikeen
- Umdatul Ahkaam (Purification)
- Hanbali Fiqh: Umdatul Fiqh (Purification)
- Umdatul Ahkaam (Salaah)
- Hanbali Fiqh: Umdatul Fiqh (Salah)
- The Fiqh of Ramadhan
- The Fiqh of Hajj
- The Fiqh of Food and Clothing
- The Fiqh of Inheritance
- Fiqh Pertaining to Women
- The Fiqh of Menstruation
- Umdatul Ahkaam (Mariage & Divorce)
- The Fiqh of Marriage, Family and Divorce
- Usool ul Fiqh
- Qawaid Fiqhiyyah
- The Niqaab and Hijaab
"I have been studying at Tayyibun Institute since 2008 and last year I moved to Saudi Arabia. Although I was very happy, I soon realized that I could not seek knowledge without first learning the Arabic Language. Whilst learning Arabic I also wanted to seek Islamic knowledge. I saw some online courses but felt that it would not be as good as Tayyibun Institute, so I was very happy when I found out that they have online courses. Even though one might think that their online courses are not as good as the centre, it turned out to be better than going to the centre, not only because I live in Saudi Arabia but mainly because you will be able to study in your own time. From what I have experienced I can say that the courses at Tayyibun Institute (and online) are very much practical. Jazaahum'Allahu Khairan"
Sister M Mohamed