COURSES / SEMINARY / SCHOOL OF FIQH
FIQH MU’AMALAT & JINAYAT:
TRANSACTIONS & CRIMINAL CODE
The building of a thriving civilisation requires guidelines that direct society to work towards a common good that bears fruits of stability and growth, both in this temporal world and the eternal hereafter. While mankind has strived to formulate such regulations to facilitate societal growth, the religious directive infuses an enhanced perspective of this life, through God-consciousness and an awareness of the higher objectives of living.
The Islamic legal discourse, at its most practical sense, not only addresses the spiritual and intellectual nature of man and life, but also seeks to enhance social and communal affairs, to achieve the holistic objectives set out by God. Two such areas of concern, are financial matters and civilian legal affairs. The traditional syllabus of Fiqh, discusses business dealings and criminal law, right to the minutiae, providing a comprehensive and detailed framework for the community to build its very own legal perspective.
Open new chapters in the legal discourses of business transactions and criminal law, to understand the religious underpinnings that knit this worldly life of ours, to God-consciousness and the afterlife.
commencing 4 Mar – 22 Apr 2020
7.45pm to 9.30pm
Ustaz Taufiq Bin Radja Nurul Bahri
There are no prior qualifications required to attend this course. Students need not attend the previous modules to attend any Seminary modules.
|The Islamic Perspective of Financial Transactions|
|Types of Financial Transactions|
|Principles of Financial Transactions|
|Inheritance & Bequests|
|Current Financial Products: A Case Study|
|Criminal Law: An Overview|
|Legal Judgements: Decreed & Retrospective|
|Islam & Crime Prevention|
Please note that instructor may wish to do a make-up tutorial should there be any cancellations.
Concessions are available for full-time students, NSFs, senior citizens aged above 65, the unwaged, people of disabilities and those require financial aid.
Admin and material fees are included.
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