Kuliah simply means lecture. It is similar to a talk where the asatizah (religious teacher) will cover a topic and issues pertaining to it. We provide in-depth religious knowledge in regards to contemporary Islamic Issues.
Time: 8.00pm – 9.30pm
Venue: Google Meet
A. Minimum 1 slot for 1-3 participants
B. Minimum 2 slots for 4-5 participants
Rate: $10 per 30 minutes (1 slot)
Participants may make full use of their slot with these topics:
– Seeking guidance and checking of Qur’anic recitation, specific surahs and Iqra’
– Guidance on Fardhu ‘Ain and basic religious queries
what is adil?
ADIL is an acronym for Adult Islamic Learning. It is an Islamic learning programme specially tailored for adult Muslim learners in Singapore.
Derived from the Arabic word of ‘Adil’ (عادل), literally means a just person. Allah s.w.t. commands Muslims to be bearers of justice for it is closest to Taqwa.
It symbolizes maturity, moderation, rationality and objectivity. It represents a learned individual who is inclusive; transcends religion, race, language or other forms of denominators.
Developed by the Office of the Mufti, this new Adult Islamic Learning (ADIL) programme is designed such that it remains relevant and suited for our Muslim adults’ contemporary spiritual and intellectual needs. The programme will be offered in both Malay and English to cater to the varied demands and needs of the Muslim community.
adil academic year
ADIL Academic Year (AY) consists of a series of ADIL modules over the course of an academic year. It is developed for Muslim adults to receive Islamic learning in structured, modular settings, providing more opportunities for closer interaction and engagement with the Asatizah every week.
Modules in AY2020*:
– Ulul ‘Azmi – The Arch-Prophets
– Dawn of Mecca – History of Prophet Muhammad (s.a.w.) before Hijrah
– Light of Madinah – History of Prophet Muhammad (s.a.w.) after Hijrah
– Fiqh of Planned Giving – Wealth Planning and Distribution in Islam
– Introduction to Diversity – Guide to Ethical Steps in Approaching Arguments and the Right Attitude Towards Disagreement
– Introduction to Maqasid Al-Shariah – Understanding the Higher Purpose & Objectives of the Islamic Law
– Traveller’s Fiqh – Guide for Travelling Muslims
– Fiqh for the Sick – Essential Guide for Muslim Patients
– Path of Repentance – Journey Back to Allah
– Being a Muslim in Singapore series
Past modules covered in AY2019 (will be repeated in AY2021, insyaAllah):
– A Muslim’s Manual (The 5 Pillars of Islam)
– Light of Faith (The 6 Articles of Faith)
– Understanding the Quran and Sunnah
– A Study of Prophet Muhammad’s s.a.w. Characteristics and Values
*subject to changes
For more details on the modules, you may visit adil.sg.
Registration fee $20; waived off for Maarof aLIVE graduates; not applicable for AY2019 participants
Monthly fees $45 (Course fee $40 + Miscellaneous $5)
Total payment upon enrolment: $65 ($45 for Maarof aLIVE graduates and AY2019 participants)
Enrolment is confirmed once payment is made. We will also require a copy of your NRIC as this is an academic year programme.
May Allah bless our journey in seeking His knowledge, ameen. Do contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for any queries.
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