This is a topic which applies to every Muslimah; therefore, it is an essential course to study. Many of the fuqahaa mention that it is obligatory upon every Muslimah to educate herself on these issues. To be unaware of these issues may lead to her displeasing Allah by leaving something that is obligatory or performing something that is unlawful. This is because haid is a state of impurity and purity plays a very big role in many of the acts of worship we are required to do like salaah, sawm, recitation of Qur’aan etc. therefore, it is necessary for a muslimah to learn about these issues as it will directly affect her worship of Allah and hence affect her relationship with Allah.
This course will cover all the rulings pertaining to Haid (menstruation) as well as Istihaadah (irregular bleeding) and Nifaas (post-partum bleeding). There are also other important issues such as Tahaarah (cleanliness) which will be covered.
This course will be based upon Sheikh Saalih Al ‘Uthaimeen’s ‘The Natural Blood of Women’.
In this course you will learn:
- What are the signs of puberty?
- What is the meaning of menses?
- At what age does menses start and end?
- Can the state of menses change?
- How does menses affect one’s ibaadah?
- How does one become pure from their menses?
- What is the difference between the menses and irregular bleeding?
- What are the different states of istihaadah?
- How does istihaadah affect ones’ ibaadah?
- What are the rulings pertaining to nifaas?
- Are women allowed to use haid-inhibitors/stimulants?
- Is contraception allowed in Islam?
- Is abortion allowed in Islam?
Biography of the Author:
The author of this book is the late Shaykh, Abu Abdillaah Muhammad Ibn Saalih Ibn Muhammad Ibn Uthaimeen Ibn Wuhaibi At-Tamimi who was born in the town of Unayzah in Saudi Arabia, on 27th Ramadhaan, 1347 He is considered to be one of the greatest and most influential scholars of our times.
The Shaykh completed his memorisation of the Qur’aan and then went on to study further sciences of the religion. Until the age of 29, his main teacher was Shaykh Abdur-Rahmaan Ibn Naasir As-Sa’di, under whom he studied the sciences of fiqh, aqeedah, tafseer, Arabic grammar and amongst others. He also studied under Shaykh Muhammad Ameen Ash-Shanqeetee and Shaykh Abdul Azeez Ibn Baaz.
Shaykh Ibn Al ‘Uthaimeen was known for his ease of teaching and he was gifted with the ability of getting is point across in a simple and coherent manner, making the most complicated of subjects easy to understand.
The Shaykh would teach in Masjid ul Haraam every Ramadhaan and would hold lectures in Unayzah after almost every salaah until he died of stomach cancer on 16th Shawwaal 1421. May Allah ‘azza wa jall have Mercy upon him.
Additional Reading Material:
- Encyclopedia Of Islamic Jurisprudence Concerning Muslim Women, published by Darussalam
- The Natural Blood of Women, by Sheikh Mohammad Ibn Sali Al Uthaymeen
- Fiqh Made Easy, by Sheikh Saalih As Sadlaan
- A Summary Of Islamic Jurisprudence, Dr Salih Al Fawzan
- Fiqh us-Sunnah, by Sayyid Sabiq
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
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