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0401100          Islamic Culture  (Un.v Req. 3 Cr. Hrs.)This course aims to establish the concept of culture; Islamic culture and it position among the other international cultures; to introduce the sources of Islamic culture, its bases, characteristics, effects.  It includes also the fields of Islamic culture in faith, worship, relations, morals, knowledge and preaching; the struggle between cultures, the challenges facing the Islamic culture, its aspects and ways of solutions; the position of Islamic culture in the Muslim life and the future of the Islamic culture under the contemporary universe.

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0401111          Qur'anic Sciences         (3 Cr. Hrs.)

                        The course aims at familiarizing the student with various  aspects  pertaining to Qur'anic studies such as: revelation, history of revelation   reasons of revelation, translation, inimitability of the Qur'an,  manuscripts, abrogation, recitations, refuting accusations against   the Qur'an, and exegesis bases.

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This course aims to enable the student to recite the Qur'an according to the recitation rules; development of recitation of the Qur'an; its importance in some assimilation rules, practical training in reciting chapters (21-30), and memorizing sections 29 and 30.

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The course includes an introduction to Hadith; efforts of Hadith Scholars; development of Hadith studies; types of Hadith; Scholarship of Hadith; scholarly works in Hadith, chain studies, the bases of accepting and refusing.

 

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This course consists of a study of the books of sunna; how to find Hadiths in these classified books; evaluating the hadiths, books of  narrative, and books of Hadith; the course also deals with the definition of scientific research, its bases and procedures, and how to edit manuscripts of Hadiths

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This course includes an introduction to the study of the Prophet's biography: the sources and characteristics of the Prophet's biography. The events and episodes of the Prophet's biography from birth to death.

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This course aims to give the students a general introduction to the foundations and pillars of Islamic Faith, it covers the following topics: the concept of  the creed, its characteristics and fundamentals; the meaning of faith, its ranks, essence, and monotheism, a brief study to fate, faith evidence, limits and aspects. Then the Qur'anic manner in presenting creed matters.  

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This course highlights the most important events and developments in  political administration and military both domestic and foreign affairs of the Islamic state. It addresses the issue of haw can we make benefit of these events in our contemporary time by analyzing the methodology of every caliph in implementing Islam.
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The course highlights the principles of academic research and the characteristics of successful research in terms of the principles of choosing the material, steps of research , rules of  referencing.

It concentrates basically on recourses of the fundamentals of Islam i.e. Qur'anic exegesis (interpretation), prophetic sayings and faith.

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This course aims to give the student an idea about the principles of exegesis the concern of the Qur'an in the principles of belief and their effect on the establishment of the society. The exegesis of Sections: 29 and 30 is a requirement of the course, in addition to the meanings of certain vocabularies of the second half of the Qur'an.

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This course aims to enable the student to gain and practice reciting; emphasis; lengthening of vowels; rules of "h" and "r"; qualities of sounds; names of sounds; sun letters and moon letters; reciting parts (11-20); memorizing sections 28 and 27.

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This course aims to discuss certain accounts of the Prophet from different aspects such as: their meanings, ascriptions (chain), andwords  from the following books:

                        - Sahih al-Bukhari with Fath al-Bari, 15 accounts from the following  chapters: (Bad' al-Wahy, al-'Ilm, al-'Umrah and Khabar al-'Ahad).

                        - Sahih Muslim with Sharh al-Nawawi, 15 accounts from the following  chapters: (al-Iman, al-Jihad wa al-Imarah, al-Libas wa al-Zinah and                       Sifat al-Munafiqin).

                        - Al-Sunan al-Arba'ah and Musnad al-Imam Ahmad, 20 selected accounts.

  All this in addition to other positions to be read by the student himself  from the previous books.

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The course includes a discussion of nearly 20 of the prophet's accounts in Sahih al-Bukhari from the chapter deals with the prophetic guidence in decorum and pity, also selected accounts should be studied from Sahih Muslim.The course aims to give the student a good information of the Prophet's directions, and advices to his followers.

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The course discusses special topics in the Islamic creed such as: prophets, Messengers, holy Books; the Hereafter, revelation, miracles, infallibility of prophets, belief in the holy Books, signs of the Hereafter, and scenes of the Hereafter; the evidences of the resurrection and refuting accusations on it.

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This course discusses the main issues of Islamic Call, such as: The meaning of Islamic Call, its characteristics, rules and importance. This includes: The Caller and his role, the rights of those whom are called, how to assure their faith and morals, an applied study to the main styles of the Call, such as delivering the speech of Jumu’ah, and other circles and lectures which eventually form the best preachers and callers.

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   This course trains the student on the art of exegesis and its books, it  also teaches how to analyze Qur'anic texts from a linguistic and  rhetorical point of view. The exegesis of Surat al-Nisa' is a requirement  of the course in  addition to the meaning of certain vocabularies of the  first half of the Qur'an.

 

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The course discusses the concept of the (story) in Qur'an; the characteristics and goals of Qur'anic narratives; methods of research in Qur'anic stories; al- Isra'iliyat (The accounts narrated by Israelites). The course also  concentrates on how the Qur'anic Story assists in understanding the Divine bases of change, in life, soul and society.  An applied discussion is required on some narratives of certain Prophets

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This course discusses the explanation of the Qur'anic verses of legislation and regulation; survey of evidence provided by scholars; lawful and unlawful matters; verses from chapters: al- Baqara, al-Nisa; al-Ma'ida, al-Nur; al-Ahzab will be discussed . There are three main points to be taken into consideration, those include: the explanation of these verses, the way of  producing rules from these verses and the reasons of Scholars' differences (if found) and how to deal with them.

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The course aims to mastering the recitation rules so that they become skill; rules of the glottal stop; conjunctions and disjunction in words; lowering of vowels, reciting sections (1-10), and memorizing sections 25 and 26.

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This course includes the definition of thematic Qur'anic exegesis and its importance in the context of other types of exegesis of the Qur'an. It highlights the most important efforts that have been paid in this field and the methodologies of scholars in these efforts. It goes further to highlight what is believed to be the best methodology in approaching this sort or type of Tafsir (exegesis / interpretation).

Finally it deals with some chosen themes as mentioned in the Qur'an

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The course includes the meaning of style; features of a good style; characteristics of these style in Qur'an and sunna; characteristics of Arabic, the language of the Qur'an; study of certain styles; preposing and transposing; definiteness and indefiniteness; ellipsis; conjunction and disjunction; practical analysis for appreciation; figures of speech.

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This course is basically concerned in a general study for the topics of    the two sound authentic books of Imam Bukhari and Imam Muslim,  then it concentrates on a chosen collection to help the student to gain  special skills in dealing with the right approach of  check-editing of prophetic sayings and special linguistic skills.

Finally it highlights the practical application for the methodology of Imam Bukhari and Imam Muslim in their books.

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This course includes an Introduction to deductive methods; studying and memorizing 30 Hadiths from the book of Subol Al-Salam and Nayl al-Awtar. The course also aims to train the student in using Hadiths in arguments in Fiqh .

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A study of special topics in the Islamic creed such as: names and qualities of  Allah (God); Qur'anic exposition of these names and qualities; types of  qualities and their meanings; predestination concept and types. The Scholars manners in understanding these qualities. The study of al-Qada' and al-Qadar (fate) is also required in this course.

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The object of this course is to provide a comparative study for the revealed religions, al-Adyan al-Samawiyyah, i.e. Christianity and Judaism) and for some other religions, such as Hinduism and Buddhism). This course aims also to enable the student to know the most important issues which relate to the creed and to the private legislation of these religions in comparison with Islam. Moreover, it aims to give the student an ability to compare between the main issues of these religions.

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This course aims to throw light on the main thoughtful trends which invaded our Islamic World, the Islamic attitude from them in order to protect our students from them and how to deal with them. This course include the manners of invasion of western thought of the Islamic World; such as: Secularism, Nationalism, Communism, Marxism, Pragmatism, etc.

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This course aims to give the students the most important vocabularies   in Islamic scholarship; particularly those of Islamic Call, Creed,  Jurisprudence and its Foundtions, in order to enable the student to deal with Islamic books in English.  The course also includes a discussions of texts from the Qur'an, Hadith books, ancient and contemporary   books and books of Oriantalists.
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This course actually discusses the concept of inimitability; morale, magic challenge and its stages in Qur'an, linguistic and literary inimitability of the Qur'an; the choice of the Qur'anic words; cohesion; coherence; scientific inimitability; difference between theories and facts properties of legislation in the Qur'an, principles of ethics.

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This course aims to give a general introduction to the sources of   exegesis, methods and styles of exegetes in their books of exegesis, difference between exegesis and interpretation ; types of exegesis, characteristics of every school of exegesis, the best way of explaining                     the Qur'an, the development of exegesis in recent time.
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The course includes a study of the concept of methodology: its importance and history of writing the books of Hadith; methodology of certain Scholars of Hadith, such as: al-Bukhari, Muslim, al-Tirmidhi, al-Nasa'i, Ibn Majah, Abu Dawud, al-Darimi and Malik; to know and discuss the conditions of every one of  them in his book; this includes an applied and comparative study to these books.

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