Nukhbatul Fikr is an introductory text from an illustrious scholar Imam Ibn Hajar Al-Asqalani. Commonly used to introduces beginning students of knowledge into the science of hadith and the terminologies associated to the science.
This text will summarise some of the complex works which proceeded within his time on how to understand the detailed rudiments to this nomenclature and its systematic application.
Student will learn
- Types of chains of transmissions, which are acceptable or rejectable (Asanid),
- Types of Narrators of a transmission, who are acceptable or rejectable (Ra’wiy),
- Categories of Hadith and how to identify fabricated transmissions.
- Classification of narrators, who deemed more reliable by various factors & abilities.
Shaykh Faisal Al-Jasim
Academic Advisor of Madinah College
Shaykh Faisal al-Jasem is Madinah College Academic Advisor and the head of the Alimiyyah Programme. The Shaykh is a Khateeb, Imam and teacher in a Jaami’ in Kuwait. The Shaykh has authored many books and is a specialist in the subjects of Islamic Creed (Aqidah) and Methodology (Manhaj)
Academic Director and Graduate of Islamic University of Madinah, Faculty of Shari’ah
AbdulWahid Stephenson has over 15 years teaching experience and has studied Islamic Jurisprudence at the prestigious Islamic University of Madinah, Saudi Arabia. He is the founder of Madinah College and Insight into Islam. He has also given a number of talks on a variety of islamic topics at top Universities in London
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