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Fiqh of Hayd and Nifas: Pre-Recorded


Learning the fiqh related to acts of worship is part of fard al-ayn (obligatory upon every person). Knowledge of the fiqh of menstruation is pertinent especially for women, as a lack of knowledge in this area can jeopardize one’s worship.

Learning Objectives:
  • To learn the most relevant rulings of menstruation (ḥayḍ), post-natal bleeding (nifās), & dysfunctional uterine bleeding (istiḥāḍah).
  • To recognize the bleeding type by understanding the difference between menstruation and dysfunctional uterine bleeding.
  • Study regarding the habit of the menstrual cycle and the method of calculating the habit.
  • Study solutions to different case studies and most frequently asked questions.
  • Application of the rules in the month of Ramaḍān.

Course Details

 The rulings of menstruation affect many aspects of our daily ritual worship, and many sisters struggle with confusing and irregular menstrual cycles. Menstruation is also a topic that is sometimes seen as taboo or misunderstood. It is imperative that each Muslim woman strives to attain this knowledge such that she is able to complete her worship correctly.

This course intends to equip you with the required knowledge to tackle issues such as; the complexities of calculating habits, determining the type of discharge they are experiencing, or dealing with irregular bleeding.

Students will be provided with a digital copy of the course material consisting of more than a hundred slides with graphics to ease understanding of the subject matter.

Recordings of the sessions will be available to students until the end of Ramḍān 2023 (1444 H).

Instructors Biography

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‘Alimah Asiya

ʿĀlimah Asiya graduated from the traditional, ʿālimiyyah programme at al-Rawda, London in 2021. Currently, she teaches various subjects in the ʿālimiyyah programme at different institutions. She has previously taught Tafsīr, Fiqh, Sīrah, and Islamic Inheritance as a keen interest. She has a keen interest in Fiqh, and is currently enrolled in specialisation courses.

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