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About Al Balagh Academy

Alhamdulillah, 2019 is a year of many milestones for Al Balagh Academy. In just 2 years, we have attracted more than 25,000 people visiting our website from over 130 countries. Al Balagh Website has witnessed 135,000 pageviews in this short period of time. Alhamdulillah, there are more than 1,500 students from over 50 countries who have enrolled on Al Balagh courses to strengthen their Imaan, enhance their Islamic knowledge, remove their doubts and revive the Islamic spirit. To facilitate seekers of Islamic knowledge, we have deployed an easily accessible world-class online learning management system and user friendly mobile app to provide seamless experience.

Despite our limited resources, we have achieved tremendously over a short period of time, all thanks to our Creator. We are now in our next phase of development and  working towards offering more than 40 unique online courses. free webinars and scholarships on some of the most important aspects, topics, issues that face Muslims and Islam in the postmodern world

Al Balagh activities are focused on the following themes:

  • Removing Doubts about Islam
  • Reviving Islamic Rulings in the Real-World
  • Cultivating the spirit of Islamic Education
  • Ulama Training & Development
  • Engaging with Muslim Intellectuals, Professionals, Parents and Teachers
  • Empowering Muslim Sisters

Help us continue our work in 2019 in this blessed month by making a contribution today

Your donation will allow us to strive towards achieving a platform for higher Islamic studies and Islamic research and to reach thousands of people worldwide, helping and inspiring them to become better connected to Islam, to enhance their faith, to learn and share Islamic knowledge, to remove their doubts and to instil conviction and pride in our traditional heritage.

Al Balagh Academy At a Glance

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Al Balagh Key Initiatives

Introduction
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

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

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

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

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

Amazing True Tales and Events before the Prophet (saw)
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

Story of the Prophet’s (saw) Father
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

The Coming of the Prophet (saw)
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

The Making of a Prophet
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’)

The Revelation Begins
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)

Lessons from a New Prophet’s Call and Persecution
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)

The First Migration of Islam and Lessons Learnt
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

The Prophet’s (saw) response to Boycott
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

The Truth of the Miraculous Night Journey
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)

The Truth of the Miraculous Night Journey
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

The Coming of the Helpers (Ansar)
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

The Historical Migration
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

Trouble Makers around the Prophet (saw)
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

The Historical Battles of Islam
Session 17: The Great Battles of Islam – Part 1

1. Battle of Badr
2. The battle of Uhud

The Historical Battles of Islam
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

The Making of Peace and Reconciliation with the Enemy
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

The Historical Conquest of Islam
Session 20: The Historical Conquest of Islam

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

How our Prophet (saw) Left Us
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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Al Balagh Key Initiatives

Removing Doubts about Islam

Al Balagh Academy is offering online courses and webinars to deconstruct Atheism, Feminism and other ideologies that are creating confusion amongst Muslims. Our main aim is to help the Muslim Ummah revive their faith in Islam and be able to defend Islam in the right way and thwart away misconceptions about Islam. Alhamdulillah more than 300 students from all over the world have attended these sessions and are able to respond to criticisms against Islam. Now, we are planning to reach out to thousands of Muslim students studying in Universities and colleges by providing them free access to the course. We also are offering an advanced level course to develop a new cohort leadership of Muslim intellectuals, academics and Sharia scholars who will be able to challenge Atheism through research, education and teaching.

Empowering Muslim Sisters

We will continue to work towards empowering our Muslim sisters across the globe through true Islamic education, training. Currently, 400 sisters are studying with us and we aim to extend this to as many as over a thousand Muslim sisters by the end of this year from all around the world including developing countries. The aim is to support women in being the best that they can be as mothers, career women, teachers and subject experts, yet maintain their Islamic values and pride.

Engaging With Muslim Intellectuals, Professionals, Parents and Teachers

There is no doubt that without parents, teachers, professionals and intellectuals it is difficult to build and grow a Muslim society academically. Therefore, we will continue to focus on providing structured online courses for Muslim intellectuals, professionals, parents and teachers who have a quest of Islamic knowledge and would like to share this knowledge with future generations and strengthen their connection with Allah by learning more about the divine knowledge that has been revealed by Allah for all of us.

Reviving Islamic Rulings in the Real-World

Al Balagh Academy will, Insha Allah, continue to offer Islamic courses, webinars and seminars on how effectively Islamic rulings / Islamic Fiqh (Jurisprudence) can be applied in the contemporary world. Our special courses on the Fiqh of Medicine, Halal Food, Islamic Counselling and various other topics have helped hundreds of professionals, Intellectuals and Sharia Scholars. Alhamdulillah, our course on the Fiqh of Medicine has produced as many as 250+ doctors and other allied professionals in the healthcare industry who are confident and have sound knowledge about Islamic rulings related to the medical field and bioethics. Similarly, The Fiqh of Halal food and Islamic Counselling courses have trained more than 400 students to learn and implement the Islamic rulings in their professional life.

We hope our courses will help thousands of Muslims and professionals in particular learn to apply Fiqh rulings in their practical life and be rewarded here in this world and the hereafter.

By building networks amongst Ulama, improving engagement with professionals, academics, subject experts, we are trying to re-evaluate the most appropriate application of Islamic rulings in the Real-World and  take Islamic Fiqh to a deeper level through a multi-disciplinary approach and produce High-quality Islamic Fiqh literature that could be a source of guidance for Muslim professionals all over the world.

We are now focussing on other industries and professions like family lawyers, barristers, Islamic banking and Islamic teaching .

Cultivating The Spirit of Islamic Education

The growing state of confusion among Muslim Ummah is because of the lack of true knowledge or shallow understanding of Classical Islamic text. Therefore, we aim to offer well-structured, short and long-term courses, webinars, seminars on the Quran, Tafsir, Hadith, Usul Al-Hadith, Fiqh, Usul Al-Fiqh, Aqeedah and various other traditional and classical Islamic studies to help develop and enhance the level of knowledge of our Muslim Ummah. By the end of this year alone, we hope to offer more than 20 courses and will try to reach out to at least 3000+ students.

Ulama Training & Development

Ulama are the bearers of true Islamic knowledge and the guidance centre for the Muslim Ummah. In today’s complex world which has witnessed a series of political and technological revolutions, Ulama have a great responsibility to guide the Muslim Ummah. Our special courses are focussed on skills development and capacity building to support and produce a new generation of Ulama who are thinkers and who can serve in a better way and play a more impactful role in our multicultural and multidimensional societies. Those who have a multidisciplinary approach and become internationally recognised subject experts. With a network of over 300 Ulama who have benefitted from our courses. We have sharpened and upgraded their skills,  and we aim to achieve our vision to reach at least 1000+ more UIama through our customized courses on various aspects of Islam and Islamic sciences by the end of this year. These courses are expected to grow in their impact and effectiveness and achieve immense goals.

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