Have questions about menstruation? Confused about hayd, nifas and istihada? Do you apply the 10-15 rule when blood is continuous or is this incorrect? Many women have problems during their menstruation and need assistance.
This course will help you gain clarity and understanding of how to differentiate between hayd and istihada. Salat, fasts, and many other sacred laws are dependent on knowing if the blood is hayd, nifas or istihada. The course will empower you to correctly identify these different types of blood.
Are you one that is passionate about helping others? If so, this course is aimed at creating mastery and specialisation in this field and develops the ability and expertise to assist others. It also provides a platform to network with other specialists for consultation and guidance. ‘Allama Ibn ‘Abidin’s commentary on Imam Birgivi’s detailed menstruation manual (Dhukhr al-Muta’ahhilin) will be fully covered, including the mutahayyira section.
It aims to provide a solid understanding of menstruation issues and is well-suited for those who have found the subject elusive and difficult to fully comprehend. Especially recommended for ‘alimas.
Recordings will be made available and the course will run until 31st January 2022. The exam has been set for the weekend 15th January 2022.
"I have had a great, enjoyable and beneficial experience at whitethread institute. Alhamdulillah this course has taught me to understand correctly and to assist others confidently in the majority of day to day cases. I would highly recommend this to others especially to those who deal with these matters. Without a doubt, inshallah anyone who enrols in this course would benefit by expanding their understandings and correcting their misunderstandings."
"The course has significantly helped me to feel more confident in applying the concepts to work out masail, Alhamdulliah. we are grateful to have had this opportunity to study in a class of mastery. Truly blessed."
"Alhamdulillah the course has been an amazing learning experience which I found to be in depth, clearly explained throughout and taught in a most engaging manner. Being it the first time joining an online class, I was very hesitant initially- however I feel now I couldnt have made a better choice and would definitely recommend studying under respected Mufti Abdur Rahman saahib. We covered such things that I’ve never been taught in years of studying the topic."
"This course proved to be an invaluable experience. In teaching such a complex and intricately detailed topic, respected Mufti Sahab is providing a great service to all who seek to further their knowledge. He was very patient in fielding all of our questions and explained everything very thoroughly. I truly learned a lot, and feel prepared to apply what I learned. I highly recommend this course to those who are interested in cementing their understanding of menstruation, and to those who wish to become a resource for those around them."
Access to over twenty-five 1.5-hour session recordings, practice questions, helpful charts and diagrams along with access to resources and the discussions from earlier classes. Teaching assistants are available to help and support all students throughout the course. There will be an exam at the end of the course.
|Mufti Abdur-Rahman Mangera|
|until 31 January 2022|
|30 November 2021|
(students will get immediate access to the course after registration)
|15/16 January 2022|
(£25.00 for students in Africa & Asia will be automatically applied at the checkout)
|50% Available to past students of Level 1|
50% Discount is available for students who took the Fiqh of Menstruation Course in 2019, 2020 and 2021. Please email [email protected]
A British Muslim scholar educated in both the Islamic and Western traditions.He memorised the Qur’an by heart and graduated from the Darul Uloom seminary Bury, UK, and later undertook studies in ifta’ at Madrasah Zakariyya, South Africa, under Mufti Rada’ al-Haqq, and then at Mazahir ‘Ulum Saharanpur, India, under Mufti Muhammad Tahir Ghaziabadi.He earned his BA from the University of Johannesburg and completed his MA and PhD in Islamic Studies from the School of Oriental and African Studies in London. His PhD research was a critical edition of Shaykh Abu ‘l-Layth al-Samarqandi’s Kitab al-Nawazil, hailed as the first fatwa collection in the Hanafi school. He holds an honorary fellowship at the Cambridge Muslim College and at The Royal Aal al-Bayt Institute for Islamic Thought, Amman, Jordan.Mufti Abdur-Rahman has the unique experience of serving as an imam in Muslim communities on both sides of the Atlantic, eight years in Southern California and over five in the great city of London—and his continued work as an international speaker and lecturer enables him to address and offer advice on current challenges that face Muslims in the West.