1. Surahs: At Teen, Ad
Duha, Al 'Alaq, Ash Sharh, Ayat 59:22-24.
1. The seven beliefs of the
Eman ul Mufassil will be discussed one
at a time.
2. The laws of Allah are more important than any laws people make.
3. Any laws people make that go against the laws of Allah must not
4. Allah has forbidden some foods because they are harmful to us.
5. Non-Muslims don't care what they eat even though Allah sent
Prophets to their ancestors telling them not to eat pigs or blood or badly prepared food.
6. We eat Dhabiha meat. Dhabiha means prepared
7. Go over the rules for
dhabiha. Emphasize that animals
cannot be slaughtered in front of each other, they must die painlessly and they can't be
made to feel scared. Muslims do not believe in cruelty to animals! Non-Muslims
slaughter cows, chickens and other animals in a cruel way.
1. Teach the boys how to say the Adhan and the
2. Teach both boys and girls that they must repeat the words of the Adhan
when they hear it. Read the Hadith on this subject to them. Also, they should memorize the
Hadith Qudsi about Allah commenting on the shepherd who makes Adhan and prays on a
3. The procedure for performing the
'Eid prayer, Witr and Tarawih can be
4. Tayammum will be learned.
Du'a, Phrases & Hadith
1. When we see something that is nice we say,
"Masha'llah." "As Allah wills."
2. Learn all 7 Kalimas in Arabic and English.
3. "When entering the Masjid we say, "Allahumma aftahli
abwaba rahmatika." "O Allah open for me the doors of Your mercy."
4. "Miftahul Jannati Shahadatu an la ilaha
"The key to Jennah is to say that there is no god but Allah."
5. "Alaykum bil
Jamaa'at." "Pray with the
'ilmi fareedatun 'ala kulli Muslimin wa Muslimat." "Learning is a duty on every Muslim, male and female."
7. "La dina liman la ahda
doesn't keep their promise has no deen." (Ibn an-Najar)
Akhlaq & Adab
1. When Maghrib time comes, we say, "Amsaynaa wa amsal mulku
lilahi rabbil 'alameen." "We enter the night and so does the kingdom of
Allah, the Lord of all the Worlds,"
2. When we break our fast at the end of a day of fasting, we say,
"Allahumma laka sawmtu, wa 'ala rizquka aftartu." "O Allah I fasted
for you and I break my fast with what You gave me."
3. Whenever we start to think of doing a bad deed, drive the Shaytan
away by saying, "Owthzubullahimin ash Shaytanir Rajeem." "Allah
protect me from the rejected Shaytan."
1. Lessons can be drawn from various sources. One good source
is the IQRA textbooks entitled "Our Prophet."
1. Students should be able to define the following words based upon all
the syllabus requirements enumerated thus far:
A. Iqamah, Halal,
Haram, Tayammum, Witr, Tarawih.