Al-Seerat Al-Nabawiyyah – Level 1

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Starting Date: 13th July 2019

Al-Seerat Al-Nabawiyyah – Level 1

About the Course

A unique online course, designed by Al Balagh for every Muslim who desire to increase their love for the beloved Prophet Muhammad (PBUH), gain a better understanding of the Prophetic life and explore the approaches in reviving the spirit of Islam through studying the Prophetic journey in-depth.

Course Team

Mufti Saiful Islam

(Founder of Jamiah Khatamun Nabiyeen Institute, Bradford, UK)

Shaykh Abdur Raheem Limbada

(Senior lecturer of Imam Bukhari’s & Imam Muslim’s collection of Ahadith)

Shaykh Dr. Rafaqat Rashid

(Academic Director, Al Balagh Academy)

Mufti Muhammad ibn Adam al-Kawthari

 (Director and researcher at the Institute of Islamic Jurisprudence, Darul Iftaa)

Shaykh Mohammed Amin Kholwadia

(Theologian and Authority in Islamic Philosophy and Theosophy, Darul Qasim)

Shaykh Awadalla Youssef

(Principal Consultant of Azhari Consultancy & Training)

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6 Months

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Starts on September 8th, 2019.

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8th Sept 2019

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Course Instructors

Mufti Saiful Islam

(Founder of Jamiah Khatamun Nabiyeen Institute, Bradford, UK)

 

Shaykh Abdur Raheem Limbada

(Senior lecturer of Imam Bukhari’s & Imam Muslim’s collection of Ahadith)

 

Shaykh Dr. Rafaqat Rashid

(Academic Director, Al Balagh Academy)

 

Mufti Muhammad ibn Adam al-Kawthari

 (Director and researcher at the Institute of Islamic Jurisprudence, Darul Iftaa) 

 

Shaykh Mohammed Amin Kholwadia

(Theologian and Authority in Islamic Philosophy and Theosophy, Darul Qasim)

Shaykh Awadalla Youssef

(Principal Consultant of Azhari Consultancy & Training)

Main Modules 

Session 1: Introduction

  1.    Understanding Seerah
  2.    Seerah and its Importance
  3.    Scholars of Seerah
  4.    Source Material for Seerah
  5.    Collection of Books on Seerah
  6.    Developments in the writings of Seerah

Session 2: A Birdseye view of Arabian World before the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH)

  1. Lineage of the Prophet(PBUH)
  2. Arabia and the Near East in the 7th Century: Historical Context
  3. The Age of Ignorance / Makkah before Islam
  4. The Arab at the advent of Islam
  5. Origin of Idolatry amongst Arabs
  6. Arab taboos

Session 3: Arabic Traditions of Hajj, War and Animal Sacrifice

  1.    The Zam Zam
  2.    The Hajj in the Jahiliya
  3.    Quraysh in Mecca

Session 4: Amazing True Tales and Events before the Prophet (PBUH)

  1.    The story of Tubba`
  2.    The story of the boy and the king
  3.    The people of the elephant

Session 5: Banū Hāshim, The Quraysh and The Family of the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH)

  1. Abd al-Muttalib, Banū Hāshim and the Quraysh tribe
  2. Abdullah bin Abd al-Muttalib – An Overview
  3. Aminah bint Wahb- An Overview

Session 6: The Coming of the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH)

  1.    Birth of Allah’s Messenger
  2.    Time with Halima
  3.    The Death of Mother and Grandfather
  4.    In Custody of Abu Talib, His Uncle
  5.    Bahira, the monk

Session 7: Before The Revelation Begins

  1.    The sacrilegious war – The battle of Fijar and treaty of Fudul
  2.    Marriage with Hazrat Khadija
  3.    Al-Kaʿbah – Arbitration
  4.    Salman, the Persian
  5.    Early monotheists
  6.    The Gospel prophecy (with regard to sending of ‘The Comforter’)

Session 8: The Revelation Begins

  1.    The coming of the archangel Gabriel – The first revelation
  2.    Interruptions in the course of Revelation
  3.    The first Muslims (Khadija accepting Islam, Ali, Abu Bakr and his converts)

Session 9: Lessons from a New Prophet’s Call and Persecution

  1.    Inviting Quraish to Islam / Preaching Islam / Call towards Tawheed
  2.    Opposition of Polytheists
  3.    Protection from Quraysh by his uncle, Abu Talib
  4.    Persecution of Prophet (PBUH)
  5.    Otba’s attempts a compromise with the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH)
  6.    Conference with Quraysh leaders
  7.    Persecution of followers of Mohammed (PBUH)

Session 10: The First Migration of Islam and Lessons Learnt

  1.    The first migration to Abyssinia
  2.    Hazrat Umar embraces Islam
  3.    Proclamation of boycott
  4.    Active opposition to Prophet Muhammad(PBUH)
  5.    Mohammed’s (PBUH) temporary concession to polytheism
  6.    The return of the first emigrants

Session 11: The Prophet’s (PBUH) response to Boycott

  1.    End of boycott
  2.    Dishonesty of Abu Jahl
  3.    Rukana and Muhammad (ﷺ)
  4.    Acceptance of Islam by some Christians

Session 12: The Truth of the Miraculous Night Journey

  1.    Isra and Meraj – The night journey and the ascent to heaven
  2.    Mockers receiving punishment from Allah (SWT)

Session 13: The Prophet’s (saw) Life in Grief and Sorrow

  1.    Death of Abu Talib and Khadija
  2.    Muhammad preaches in al-Taif / preaches to the Bedouin

Session 14: The Coming of the Helpers (Ansar)

  1.    Beginning of Islam among the Helpers
  2.    First pledge at al·’Aqaba
  3.    Beginning of Friday prayers in Madina
  4.    The second pledge at al-‘Aqaba
  5.    Twelve Leaders and Amr’s idol
  6.    Allah orders Muhammad to fight

Session 15: The Historical Migration

  1.    Migration to Medina
  2.    Brotherhood between the Emigrants and the Helpers
  3.    The Call to Prayer
  4.    Jewish opponents
  5.    Abdullah b. Salam accepts Islam

Session 16: Trouble Makers around the Prophet (saw)

  1.    Jews joined by hypocrites among the Helpers
  2.    Raid on Waddan, Buwa, al.’Ushayra, al·Kharrar, Safawan
  3.    Change of Qibla

Session 17: The Great Battles of Islam – Part 1

  1.    Battle of Badr
  2.    The battle of Uhud

Session 18: The Great Battles of Islam – Part 2

  1. The battle of Al-Khandaq
  2. The battle of Bani Quraizah
  3. The battle of Bani Al-Mustaliq

Session 19: The Making of Peace and Reconciliation with the Enemy

  1.    Al-Hudaibiyah treaty
  2.    The letters to the kings
  3.    The conquest of Khayibar
  4.    The compensatory umra
  5.    The battle of Mu’tah
  6.    Breaking Al-Hhudaibiyah treaty

Session 20: The Historical Conquest of Islam

  1.    Entering Makkah
  2.    The battle of Hunayin
  3.    The battle of Tabuk
  4.    The delegations

Session 21: How our Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) Left Us

  1.    The Farewell
  2.    Beginning of the Mohammed’s illness
  3.    The death of the prophet
  4.    The burial and farewell preparations
  5.    The conclusion

Modules

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Session 1: Introduction
1. Understanding Seerah
2. Seerah and its Importance
3. Scholars of Seerah
4. Source Material for Seerah
5. Collection of Books on Seerah
6. Developments in the writings of Seerah
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Session 2: A Birdseye view of Arabian World before the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH)
1.Lineage of the Prophet(PBUH)
2.Arabia and the Near East in the 7th Century: Historical Context
3.The Age of Ignorance / Makkah before Islam
4.The Arab at the advent of Islam
5.Origin of Idolatry amongst Arabs
6.Arab taboos
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Session 3: Arabic Traditions of Hajj, War and Animal Sacrifice
1. The Zam Zam
2. The Hajj in the Jahiliya
3. Quraysh in Mecca
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Session 4: Amazing True Tales and Events before the Prophet (PBUH)
1. The story of Tubba
2. The story of the boy and the king
3. The people of the elephant
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Session 5: Banū Hāshim, The Quraysh and The Family of the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH)
1.Abd al-Muttalib, Banū Hāshim and the Quraysh tribe
2.Abdullah bin Abd al-Muttalib – An Overview
3.Aminah bint Wahb- An Overview
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Session 6: The Coming of the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH)
1. Birth of Allah’s Messenger
2. Time with Halima
3. The Death of Mother and Grandfather
4. In Custody of Abu Talib, His Uncle
5. Bahira, the monk ā
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Session 7: Before The Revelation Begins
1. The sacrilegious war – The battle of Fijar and treaty of Fudul
2. Marriage with Hazrat Khadija
3. Al-Kaʿbah – Arbitration
4. Salman, the Persian
5. Early monotheists
6. The Gospel prophecy (with regard to sending of ‘The Comforter’)
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Session 8: The Revelation Begins
1. The coming of the archangel Gabriel – The first revelation
2 Interruptions in the course of Revelation
3. The first Muslims (Khadija accepting Islam, Ali, Abu Bakr and his converts)
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Session 9: Lessons from a New Prophet’s Call and Persecution
1. Inviting Quraish to Islam / Preaching Islam / Call towards Tawheed
2. Opposition of Polytheists
3. Protection from Quraysh by his uncle, Abu Talib
4. Persecution of Prophet (PBUH)
5. Otba’s attempts a compromise with the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH)
6. Conference with Quraysh leaders
7. Persecution of followers of Mohammed (PBUH)
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Session 10: The First Migration of Islam and Lessons Learnt
1. The first migration to Abyssinia
2. Hazrat Umar embraces Islam
3.ʿ Proclamation of boycott
4. Active opposition to Prophet Muhammad(PBUH)
5. Mohammed’s (PBUH) temporary concession to polytheism
6. The return of the first emigrants
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Session 11: The Prophet’s (PBUH) response to Boycott
1. End of boycott
2. Dishonesty of Abu Jahl
3. Rukana and Muhammad (ﷺ)
4. Acceptance of Islam by some Christians
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Session 12: The Truth of the Miraculous Night Journey
1.Isra and Meraj – The night journey and the ascent to heaven
2. Mockers receiving punishment from Allah (SWT)
Image not available
Session 13: The Prophet’s (saw) Life in Grief and Sorrow
1. Death of Abu Talib and Khadija
2. Muhammad preaches in al-Taif / preaches to the Bedouin
Image not available
Session 14: The Coming of the Helpers (Ansar)
1. Beginning of Islam among the Helpers
2. First pledge at al·’Aqaba
3. Beginning of Friday prayers in Madina
4. The second pledge at al-‘Aqaba
5. Twelve Leaders and Amr’s idol
6. Allah orders Muhammad to fight
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Session 15: The Historical Migration
1. Migration to Medina
2. Brotherhood between the Emigrants and the Helpers
3. The Call to Prayer
4. Jewish opponents
5. Abdullah b. Salam accepts Islam
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Session 16: Trouble Makers around the Prophet (saw)
1. Jews joined by hypocrites among the Helpers
2. Raid on Waddan, Buwa, al.’Ushayra, al·Kharrar, Safawan
3. Change of Qibla
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Session 17: The Great Battles of Islam – Part 1
1. Battle of Badr
2. The battle of Uhud
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Session 18: The Great Battles of Islam – Part 2
1.The battle of Al-Khandaq
2.The battle of Bani Quraizah
3.The battle of Bani Al-Mustaliq
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Session 19: The Making of Peace and Reconciliation with the Enemy
1. Al-Hudaibiyah treaty
2. The letters to the kings
3. The conquest of Khayibar
4. The compensatory umra
5. The battle of Mu’tah
6. Breaking Al-Hhudaibiyah treaty
Image not available
Session 20: The Historical Conquest of Islam
1. Entering Makkah
2. The battle of Hunayin
3. The battle of Tabuk
4. The delegations
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Session 21: How our Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) Left Us
1. The Farewell
2. Beginning of the Mohammed’s illness
3. The death of the prophet
4. The burial and farewell preparations
5. The conclusion
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And we have not sent you(O Muhammed (PBUH)), except as a mercy to the world “

~ [Quran, 21: 107]

Course Overview

Our beloved Prophet Mohammad (PBUH) is the best person that has ever walked on the face of this world. His entire life serves as a beacon of guidance and epitome of role model for the Ummah. It is obligatory for every Muslim to have knowledge of the prophetic biography (Al-Seerat Al-Nabawiyyah). Studying the Seerah will enlighten the hearts of learners with love for the beloved Prophet Muhammad Sallallahu Alaihi Wasallam.

The course aims at imparting knowledge of the prophetic biography, designed to elevate your Islamic spirit, strengthen your iman and soul and eventually bring about contentment and solace to your heart.

The purpose of this course is to take you on an enlightening journey of the Prophet’s (Sallallahu Alaihi Wasallam) life from the era of ignorance, (pre-Islamic Arabia) to the birth of the beloved prophet Mohammad (PBUH), his childhood, declaration of prophethood in Makkah, Migration to Madina, battles fought and almost all major incidents and events of hardship, suffering, persecution, adversities, and conquests.

At the end of this online course, in sha Allah, you will be able to

  • Appreciate the life of Prophet Mohammad (PBUH), understand the true purpose of his life and the message he brought for mankind
  • Acknowledge the importance of Seerah in understanding and implementing the Qur’an and Sunnah in your life
  • Understand the nobility of Prophet Mohammad’s (PBUH) character- as a person, a Messenger, a guide and a role model
  • Develop love for the Messenger of Allah (PBUH), learn ways to follow him and thus bring yourself much closer to Allah (سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى)
  • Learn and acquire the skills in achieving tarbiyya (character development) and da’wah (spreading Islam) from the teachings of the Messenger of Allah (PBUH)

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How is this online course structured?

Our online course comprises live interactive online sessions, pre- recorded videos, online course material that include, presentations, reading material & online learning activities. The learners can ask questions and get their doubts cleared if any. You can get support from our dedicated academic support team during live sessions and even after it, as needed.

Is it compulsory to attend LIVE sessions? Will it be count towards the progress of my course?

We always encourage attending LIVE sessions among students, but in any case you miss attending one of the sessions, then you can always access the recorded videos of the session (Yes, you will get access to the recorded video of every LIVE session you missed).

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When will LIVE sessions be scheduled?

The Date, Day, and Time for each LIVE session will always be pre-scheduled. To know more about the schedule on live sessions, please, visit “myAlbalagh” and click on the tab “Schedule.” You will get complete details.

What if I am not able to attend LIVE sessions?

If in any case, you miss attending LIVE session, you can catch up by watching the video recordings later at your convenience. To get access to the video recordings, visit “myAlbalagh” and sign-in. You can get access to “myAlbalagh” through your laptop, desktop and ever your mobile.

What if I have questions to ask but can’t attend Live?

You can access the “discussion board” via “myAlbalagh” or through “whatsapp group” dedicated for student discussion. It is a platform for you to ask questions, discuss and get your doubts cleared. Our support staff will mediate your queries back and forth to the course instructors.

How do I interact with my classmates?

You can use “Discussion Board” to get connected to other course learners as well. Furthermore, you can interact with your classmates on our “Whatsapp Group” exclusive for the course students.

How long will I have access to the online course?

You will have access to the online course content for up to 2 years. If you want lifetime access, contact our admin team via Email at [email protected].

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