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TOPIC 1: ALLAH LOVES US AND WE LOVE ALLAH: To love Allah, we must obey Him How do we obey Him? We obey Allah by: a. Doing the things He would love us to do like thanking Him by offering Salaat, being kind to our parents, etc... b. Not doing the things He would not like for us to do, like staying away from acts like, stealing, eating food while it’s still too hot, etc Now you know…. We are Muslims and follow Islam because we Love Allah and obey the will of Allah

Islam is the religion of Allah. Allah says in the Holy Qur'an in: Sura Ali Imran verse 19: "Indeed the religion with Allah is Islam." (3:19) All 124,000 Prophets, from Prophet Adam to Prophet Muhammad (S) taught the people to believe in, obey and worship only One God. Everything that we do, we must: Do with the intention of Pleasing Allah only AND

Everything we have we must: Always remember to thank Allah.


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TOPIC 2: NIYYAT Niyyat means our Intention. In everything we do in our daily lives, we must make sure that our Niyyat for doing it, is only to please Allah – i.e. Qurbatan ilallah. So, everything we do, we should know why we are doing it and should always be aware of it; i.e. For the pleasure of Allah – Qurbatan ilallah - whether it is Salaat, Fasting, or any good deed like listening to our mums or not being rude or helping a friend with something or respecting our teacher. For ANY good action – we should always think that we are doing this because Allah is watching us and knows what we are doing at all times, and this action will make Him pleased with us. In the same way, if you have a teacher who is really really nice to us, we feel more that we want to be a good student for them so they are proud of us, or if we have a friend who is always really really nice to us and always gives us nice presents, we want to keep them as a friend and make them like us more and give them gifts in return, -- in the same way Allah loves us so so so much and has given us so many things, we should want to do all the things that will make him pleased with us and be good people so that he is pleased with us and proud of us. Every morning we should think to ourselves that I want to be a good person today so Allah is pleased with me (Qurbatan ilallah). During the day, before doing anything, we should think to ourselves “Allah is watching me. Will he be pleased if I do this?” If the answer is yes then we should do it because we want to please him. If the answer is no then we should not do it.

Now you know… I must do everything in my life with the Niyyat of Qurbatan because I want to please Allah all the time.



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ACTIVITY – look at the following pics and discuss in your class whether it is something you would do or not – according to whether it will please Allah or not.

Should I take this money or not?

My friends has just asked me if she can borrow my book. Should I lend it to her?

Dad said not to worry about cleaning the room, he would do it later, but it is messy. Should we clean it?

Mum just said it is time for Salaat – should we just finish watching our programme first?

Should I take the sweets? Or should I pay for them?

It was his money that I picked up earlier. Should I return to him? But then he will know I picked up money from the ground that wasn’t mine. What shall I do?


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Thank you Allah for the honey from bees, Thank you Allah for the wood from trees. Thank you Allah for the sky so blue, Thank you Allah for the flowers, too. Thank you Allah, For all of your blessings, Thank you Allah for everything. Thank you Allah for the clouds so high, Thank you Allah for the birds that fly. Thank you Allah for the shells on the beach, Thank you Allah for the things You teach. Thank you Allah, For all of your blessings Thank you Allah for everything. Thank you Allah for the cool breeze, Thank you Allah for the shady leaves. Thank you Allah for the Holy Qur'an Thank you Allah for our way of life, Islam Thank you Allah, For all of your blessings Thank you Allah for everything.


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TOPIC 3: IN THE NAME OF ALLAH I begin in the name of Allah the most kind the most merciful ALLAH has blessed us with so many blessings and given us so much therefore we should remember him before we start anything by saying:

‫ﺒﺴْﻡ ﺍﷲ ﺍﻟ ﱠﺤﻤﻥ ﺍﻟ ﱠﺤﻴﻡ‬ ‫ﹺ ﹺ ِ ﺭ ﹺ ﺭ‬
I begin in the name of Allah the most kind the most merciful.

‫ﺒﺴْﻡ ﺍﷲ ﺍﻟ ﱠﺤﻤﻥ ﺍﻟ ﱠﺤﻴﻡ‬ ‫ﺭ‬ ‫ﺭ‬

Now you know…. When we make it a habit to say

‫ﺒﺴْﻡ ﺍﷲ ﺍﻟ ﱠﺤﻤﻥ ﺍﻟ ﱠﺤﻴﻡ‬ ‫ﹺ ﹺ ِ ﺭ ﹺ ﺭ‬

Allah helps us and keeps Shaitan away from us so he cannot come and try to spoil what we are doing.


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STORY ON BISMILLAH: STOP!!! Prophet Muhammad (S) has said that on the Day of Judgement there will be some people who will have to go Jahannam because of their bad deeds. However from these people there will be some who in the world always had the habit of saying anywhere. When these people will be taken to Jahannam by the angel, they will be very sad but they will say

ÁæÎêYìj»A øÅ{ÀæYìj»A êÉé}¼»A øÁænøI before they did anything, or entered

ÁæÎêYìj»A øÅ{ÀæYìj»A êÉé}¼»A øÁænøI

before they enter the door of

Jahannam as it was their habit to do before they entered their homes. Allah will tell the angels “STOP!” He will say that He cannot let someone who takes His name enter Jahannam.



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TOPIC 4: USOOL-E-DIN – INTRODUCTION: Just as a tree is made up of roots and branches so is the religion of Islam. Usool-e-din = the roots of the religion Furoo-e-din = the branches of the religion Just as in a tree the roots are more important to the tree then the branches, so in Islam the Usool is more important for our Faith then Furoo.

If in a tree the branches of the tree were to be chopped off the tree would still live and the branches would grow back slowly, but if the roots of the tree were to be chopped off, the tree would die.

Dead tree

Weak roots

If we did not understand the Usool (roots) then our Faith would die because these are basic beliefs of Islam. Every Muslim has to understand Usool to the best of their ability.

Now you know…. Usool-e-din (roots of religion) are 5:      Tawheed Adaalat Imamat Qiyamat Allah is One. Allah is Just.

Nabuwwat - Allah sent 124,000 Prophets to guide us. Allah sent 12 Imams to guide us. The Day of Judgement.


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Usul-e-din, Usul-e-din, The roots of Islam are five, The roots of Islam are five, Tawheed, Adaalat, Nabuwwat, Imamat, and Qiyamat, Usul-e-din, Usul-e-din, Allah is one and He is just Allah is one and He is just Prophets He sent many to guide us Prophets He sent many to guide us Imams twelve He also sent us Imams twelve He also sent us And on the Day of Judgement He will ask us, What did you do? What did you do? Oh my creatures on the earth!


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TOPIC 5: TAWHEED: Tawheed means that there is only One God. Allah explains about Tawheed in the Holy Qur'an in Suratul Ikhlas: Fun Facts about Suratul Ikhlas - It was revealed in Makkah - It has four verses - It is Surah number 112 in the Holy Qur’an - It is one of the most important Surahs of the Holy Qur’an. - It was revealed when the Jews asked our Holy Prophet (S) to describe Allah Let us look at this Surah and try and understand how it explains that there is no God except Allah. Al-Ikhlas means “The Unity” this means that Suratul Ikhlaq describes the qualities of Allah very well – and because it explains how and why there is only one God and that is Allah, this Surah is sometimes called Tawhid. Next we must try and learn this beautiful short Surah:

WOW FACTS!! DID YOU KNOW THAT??? The Thawab of reciting this Surah three times is the same as that for finishing the recitation of the whole Qur’an When this Surah is recited once, Allah's blessings are showered on the person who is reciting; if recited twice, then Allah blesses the recite and his/her family too; and if recited thrice, then Allah’s Blessings are showered on the recite, his/her family and on his/her neighbours as well!!!!

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Now you know…. When you believe in Tawheed it means that you believe: there is only One God whom you Worship that He is the only One on Whom you rely for everything AND He is the one that you do everything for.

When you truly rely on Allah for everything, you will not need anyone else or be afraid of anyone else.


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Our Holy Prophet Muhammad (S) was once walking with his companions when he saw an old lady working at a spinning wheel. Whilst she was working she was praising Allah for all that He had given her. Our Prophet (S) greeted her and asked her, “Your faith is admirable; will you tell me what made you believe in Allah?” The woman answered, “O Messenger of Allah! If I do not move my spinning wheel, it does not spin. If a simple thing like my spinning wheel cannot turn without help how can it be possible that the whole universe can operate so efficiently without a driving force. There must be a Great one running it. A Great Being who controls every atom. The Great One can only be Allah, Who is the Creator and Master of everything.” The Prophet (S) was very pleased with the old woman’s reply. Turning to his companions he said, “See how this old lady came to know about Allah through such a fine and simple way. Your faith in Allah should also be as firm as hers.”


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TOPIC 6: ADAALAT: Adaalat = Allah is Just. When the word Justice is used for Allah, it means that He keeps a balance between the needs of all His creatures. In a town lived a doctor, a jeweller and a thief.




In the morning, they all prayed to Allah to increase His blessings to them. That day, the thief wanted to go and rob the jeweller. Instead he fell ill and had to go to the doctor. The jeweller did not make much money at all that day, because it rained and all his customers stayed at home. Now let us study this story. The thief fell ill - so it seems that he was treated unfairly by Allah. The doctor got an extra patient (the thief!) so it seems he was treated fairly by Allah. The jeweller lost business because it rained, so it seems Allah treated him unfairly. So was Allah Just to all of them? We see that fairness and unfairness does not describe Adaalat fully. To understand it we must realise that Allah keeps a balance between the needs of all His creatures. Now you know…. Allah's Justice does not mean that Allah is equal to everyone. Equal and just are not the same thing.


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Now let is study the story again. The doctor did get blessings from Allah because he got an extra patient. The thief did get blessings from Allah because his illness saved him from the sin of stealing. The jeweller did get blessings from Allah because even though he did not do much business, he was not robbed. So we see that Adaalat means that Allah is Just because He keeps a balance between the needs of all His creatures.

WORKSHEET: ADAALAT: 1. How was Allah fair to the jeweller? ________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________.

2. When we say that Allah is Just do we mean that he will put everybody in heaven? ________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________.

3. How was Allah fair to the thief? ________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________.


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TOPIC 7: NABUWWAT We want to go to the Nature Trail to see all these animals, but we do not know our way around. What should we do? We should get a guide to show us the right way around the Nature Trail. What type of a person should a guide be? 1. Should he know the way correctly? 2. Should he be honest? 3. Should he make a mistake in guiding us? 4. Should we be able to trust him to look after us and not leave us alone in the park where we do not know the way? Allah sent us 124,000 Prophets to guide us. Our first Prophet is Prophet Adam (A) and our last Prophet is Prophet Muhammad (S) A Prophet is someone we can trust. He is an honest person whom Allah has chosen to guide us. Allah has taught the Prophets to teach us which path to take in this world and in the hereafter. Allah knows that the person He has chosen as Prophet is an honest person who keeps away from all bad deeds. Each Prophet brought the message of Allah in stages. How much they brought depended on how much their people would be able to understand. As the people developed and could understand more, Allah revealed more of the message of Islam to them through the Prophet of their time. It was not until the time of our Holy Prophet Muhammad (S) that Allah revealed the whole message of Islam. The Prophets usually had their new set of laws (Shari'ah) written into a book. These books are known as Divine books. The Divine Book revealed to our Holy Prophet (S) is called Qur’an Now you know…. Prophets are there to show us how to be good Muslims and to teach us just like teachers. They are human like us, so that we can copy them, and they can be an example for us. Fiqh Page 4.14

STORY: PROPHET MUHAMMAD (S) AND THE OLD LADY: There was once an old woman who was very naughty. She used to throw rubbish on the Holy Prophet (S) everyday when he passed her house. But he was a very patient man, and never got angry with her. One day, when the Holy Prophet (S) passed the old woman's house, she did not throw rubbish on him. He stopped and asked a neighbour why the old woman was not there. The neighbour told him the old woman was sick and in bed. So, the Prophet went to see her, because it is good to visit people who are ill. When the old woman saw him, she thought he had come to tell her off when she was too ill to shout back at him. Prophet Muhammad (S) told the old woman that he had come to see her because Allah tells us to look after people who are ill. The old woman was very surprised that the Prophet (S) was so kind to her after she had been so mean to him. She decided right away to listen to him and she became a Muslim saying:

‫ﻻ ِﻟﻪ ﺍﻻ ﺍﷲ‬ ُ ‫ﹶﺍَِﱠ‬ ‫ﻤﺤﻤ ٌ ﱠﺴﻭْل ﺍﷲ‬ ِ ُ ُ ‫ُ َ ﱠﺩ ﺭ‬
Now you know….

There is no God except Allah.

Prophet Muhammad (S) is the messenger of Allah.

Prophet Muhammad (S) taught us:   To be kind to people even if they are mean to us. Go to see people who are ill and help them.


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TOPIC 8: IMAMAT: An Imam is a guide and leader Just like a Prophet, the Imam must be the most perfect person in his time in everything. Just like a builder who builds a building; Prophet Muhammad (S) built Islam up till it was perfect. Imams are those who look after the religion just like the caretaker who looks after the building. Imams must be chosen by Allah. They must not do anything that displeases Allah and they must also be able to perform miracles. Our last Imam (A), Imam Muhammad Mahdi (A) is alive and is with us all the time. He guides us but it is up to us to remember him and make him happy. At the end of every week what we have done during the week is checked by our Imam (A). All our good deeds make him happy make him sad

but all our bad deeds

So we have to be careful not to make him unhappy. Also remember when we hear his name we should: stand up put our right hand on our head AND bow our head down, to show our respect for him. Our Holy Prophet (S) has said that any Muslim who dies without knowing the Imam of his time dies the death of a non-believer.

Now you know…. Just like the Prophets, the A-immah have to be:     chosen by Allah, Ma'sum - not commit any sin, not even by mistake. able to perform miracles the person at that time with the best Akhlaq and the most Knowledge


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Here are some of the things you must do to make the Imam happy.

To love your parents

Pray on time

Being Kind to your little brother or sister

ACITIVITY: Draw what else you think you can do that will make OUR Imam happy.


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The 1st is Ali (A) The 2nd Hassan (A) The 3rd is Husain (A) The 4th Ali Zainul Aabideen (A) The 5th is Muhammad Al Baqir The 6th Ja’far As Sadiq The 7th is Musa Al Kadhim The 8th Ali Ar Ridha The 9th is Muhammad At Taqi The 10th Aliyyun Naqi The 11th is Hassan Al Askari And the Imam of our time is Muhammad Al Mahdi May Allah Bless them all Peace of Allah be on all of them!


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TOPIC 9: QIYAMAT: Qiyamat means the day of Judgement. Qiyamat = belief in the Day of Judgement. It is the day that we will account for all our actions in this world. Allah says in the Holy Qur'an in Suratul Mulk Verse 2: "It is He who has created death and life, that He may test which of you does the best of deeds…" (67:2) Why does there have to be Qiyamat? Allah did not create us without purpose, so that when we die that is the end of us. Divine Justice. Not all good can be repaid in this world. E.g. building a Mosque, teaching a child about Allah– these actions are called Thawaabe Jaari Now you know…. So, we need a Day of Judgement to sort out the account of all our deeds.

The Hereafter: We are told here that no matter how wonderful we think Heaven is going to be, it will be better. We will never be able to imagine how wonderful it really will be. Everyone was made in this world to go to Heaven. If we always do what Allah has told us to do and stay away from whatever Allah has told us to stay away from, then, we will all end up in Jannat.



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WORKSHEET: QIYAMAT: Why is there a need to have Qiyamat? There has to be a Day of Judgement because: ___________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________.

Some of the people, amongst A,B,C,D and E, are Kafirs and cannot seem to find the direct road to heaven. Find out who they are and write down about 3 things that they could do to help them reach Jannat. 1: ___________________________________________________ 2: ___________________________________________________ 3:_________________________________________________________


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TOPIC 10: INTRODUCTION TO NAJASAT Najasaat means those things which are considered unclean by Shariah – because they are always Najis they are called Ayn Najis For Najasaat to spread from one place to another, either the Najis thing or the Pak thing must be wet and also that the Najis thing must touch the Pak thing. For Example – if a man is walking his dog and they walk past you, you do not become Najis even though the dog is Ayn Najis because it didn’t touch you – BUT if the dog comes and licks your hand – then because the tongue is wet and it touched your hand, now your hand is Najis and needs to be made Pak Some of the Ayn Najasaats are:

Urine and Stool


Pig Now you know….


Things that are Najis will make other things Najis when:   They are wet AND They are touched by the Najis thing


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TOPIC 11: MUTTAHIRAT: There are 12 Mutahhiraat but the most common one is Water. MUTLAQ = Pure Water WATER = 2 KINDS MUDHAF = Mixed Water

Mutlaq Water - Is water that has not changed in colour, taste or smell. - Can make a Najis thing Pak - E.g. Tap water

Mudhaf Water - Cannot make a Najis thing Pak - Becomes Najis when in contact with Najasaat - E.g. Lemon Juice

Now you know…. Mutahhiraat are those things that make a Najis thing Paak.   Mutlaq water can make a nagis thing PAK Mudhaf water cannot make najis thing PAK


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TOPIC 12: TAHARAT Before we get ready for performing Wudhu and offering our Salaat we must make sure that our body and clothes are not just clean but more importantly that they should be Pak When there is dirt on our body or clothes and we wash it – we say our body or clothes are clean – BUT – when something Najis comes into our contact there is a special way to remove the Najasat so that our body or clothes are not only clean but that they are PAK To make body or cloth Pak when it has become Najis with Urine.




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To make body or cloth Pak when it has become Najis with Najasaat other than Urine




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TOPIC 13: PREPARATION OF SALAAT: Before starting Salaat, we must prepare ourselves in the following manner:








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Going to the toilet.

Passing Wind [Stomach Wind]

Whoops!! Have to do Wudhu again!!


Becoming unconscious

Now you know…. Only 4 things break wudhu


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TOPIC 15: THINGS THAT BREAK SALAAT: Some of the things that break Salaat (make it Batil) are: All the things that make Wudhu Batil.

E.g. going to the toilet, falling asleep, etc. Turning away from Qiblah Eating or drinking. Speaking - except to reply to Salaam with the same answer (Salaam) Laughing Folding your arms intentionally.

ACTIVITY: THINGS THAT BREAK SALAAT: Hassan and Husain were praying their Salaat. Write down all the things that they must not do, otherwise their Salaat will be Batil. This is really funny… I think I just swallowed my chewing gum! but we shouldn’t be talking…shh…

Hey, don’t push me!

From the picture above, the things that break their Salaat are:
a. ______________________________________________________ b. ______________________________________________________ c.


d. ______________________________________________________


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TOPIC 16: TIMINGS OF SALAAT Allah has set the timings for Salaat at different times of the day to remind us all the time that He is there to help us – all we have to do is ask.

Timing in more detail: Fajr Salaat: From True Dawn up to Sunrise. Dhohrain Salaat: From Midday Noon up to Sunset. Maghribain Salaat: From the time the sun sets (the redness in the sky disappears) up to Midnight.

Now you know…. Although Allah has given us so much time in which to pray, we should try to pray as soon as the time sets in for that Salaat (Fadhilat - best time), because we cannot wait to thank Allah in the way He likes us to, for all the wonderful things He has given us.


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ACTIVITY: SALAAT TIMINGS: Write the timings for each Salaat for the whole week: Mon Fajr Dhohr Asr Maghrib Eisha Tue Wed Thurs Fri Sat Sun

Now write the timings when you prayed each Salaat during this week:

Mon Fajr Dhohr Asr Maghrib Eisha








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TOPIC 17: NIYYAT IN SALAAT: Niyyat = intention = what you are going to do. Before you do any action you should make the habit of doing Niyyat, even if the action is a necessity, E.g. eating In this way you will get Thawaab for all these actions. In certain actions the Niyyat is Wajib (you have to do it).

Wajib = you have to do it E.g.: Salaat Before you start your Salaat you have to do Niyyat. When making this Niyyat you must: Say which Salaat you are about to pray. Say whether the Salaat is Wajib or Mustahab Say whether the Salaat is Ada (on time) or Qadha (after time). Say Qurbatan Ilallah – that the Salaat is only for the pleasure of Allah Make sure that the Niyyat remains the same up to the end of your Salaat.

Now you know….. And your Niyyat should be that, whatever you are doing, for the pleasure of Allah - "Qurbatan ilallah". STORY ABOUT NIYYAT: There was once a very pious man who used to wake up early in the morning before Fajr Salaat to pray Salaat of Tahajjud (Shab). One morning he was praying his Salaat in the Mosque, when he heard a noise behind him. He thought to himself that, someone had come into the Mosque, so he started praying his Salaat slower and more beautifully, to impress the person who had come in.


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The man prayed his Salaat so beautifully and so slowly, making sure that he said each word clearly, that it took him twice as long as normal to finish the Salaat. When at last he finished he turned around to see who it was that had come into the Mosque, and he saw sitting there a dog, who had wandered in. The man had got up early in the morning and spent so much time and effort to pray his Salaat and all for a dog! To see if your Niyyat is "Qurbatan ilallah" look at how you pray your Salaat when you are at home on your own and when you are at Mosque where everyone can see you. If there is a difference in the way you pray then your Niyyat is NOT only "Qurbatan ilallah".

Remember you will NOT get Thawaab if you are doing it for anyone except Allah.

Also remember – we must pray within the time that Allah has set for us so that when we say our Niyyat for all our Salaat, we can say we are praying our Salaat Ada – this means within the time Allah has set  If we do not pray within the time set by Allah, then when we say our Niyyat, we will have to say we are praying our Salaat Qadha – this means we are praying after the time Allah has set for us 


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ACTIVITY: NIYYAT IN SALAAT: Draw below what the man was doing for the dog.

Why did the man not get any Thawaab for His Salaat ? He did not get any Thawaab because: ____________________________ ____________________________________________________________.

What does Niyyat mean? Niyyat means: _________________________________________________.

What does 'Qurbatan ilallah' mean? It means: _____________________________________________________.

When should you do Niyyat? You should do Niyyat: _________________________________________ _________________________________________________________.


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TOPIC 18: TA'QIBAAT – TASBEEH: Ta'qibaat is the recitation of Qur'an, Du'as, Tasbeeh and Ziyarat after the Salaat. The Tasbeeh that we recite after our Salaat is known as the Tasbeeh of Bibi Fatima Az-Zahra (A) because her father, our Holy Prophet, Prophet Muhammad (S), gave her this as a present. The Salaat is like a beautiful flower and the Tasbeeh of Bibi Fatima Az-Zahra (A) gives that beautiful flower a beautiful smell. So after every Salaat we should say the Tasbeeh of Bibi Fatima (A) because we want our Salaat to be like a beautiful flower with a beautiful smell.

The Tasbeeh of Bibi Fatima az-Zahra (A) is:

åjäJô·òA åÉé}¼»òA ê Éé}¼ê» åfæÀäZô»òA -

Allah is the Greatest -

34 times

All praise is to Allah -

33 times

Éé}¼»A äÆBäZæJåm ê

Glory to Allah -

33 times

After you have recited the Tasbeeh, you should go down to Sajdah to thank Allah for everything He has given you and to ask Allah for whatever you wish. Then recite Ziyarat:


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Fiqh Class 4 - Lesson 16 THINGS WHICH BREAK WUDHU Some of the things which break Wudhu (make Wudhu Batil) are: 1. Urine and Stool. If after performing Wudhu you go to the toilet to pass urine or stool, your Wudhu is batil and you have to do Wudhu again. 2. Passing gas from the Stomach. If you have performed Wudhu and then pass gas from the stomach, your Wudhu is batil. 3. Sleep. If you sleep after having done Wudhu, your Wudhu is batil. eg. If you sleep at night after doing Wudhu you cannot pray your Fajr Salaat without redoing your Wudhu because your Wudhu became batil when you slept. 4. Unconsciousness. If after having done Wudhu you lose consciousness (eg. fainting) your Wudhu is batil. WORKSHEET 16 Talib is doing Wudhu. Write in each circle the things he must remember not to do, otherwise his wudhu will became Batil.

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Learn the Ziyarat and try and recite after you Salaat everyday.


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Adhan - The Call to Salaat Allah is the Greatest I bear witness there is no god but Allah. I bear witness Muhammad is the messenger of Allah I bear witness Ali is the vicegerent of Allah. Hasten to prayer Hasten to success Hasten to the best deed Allah is the Greatest There is no god but Allah 4 times 2 times 2 times 2 times 2 times 2 times 2 times 2 times 2 times

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Ikamah - The recitation just before Salaat Allah is the Greatest I bear witness there is no god but Allah I bear witness Muhammad is the messenger of Allah I bear witness Ali is the vicegerent of Allah Hasten to prayer Hasten to success Hasten to the best deed Indeed the prayer has begun Allah is the Greatest There is no god but Allah 2 times 2 times 2 times 2 times 2 times 2 times 2 times 2 times 2 times Once

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Wajib Ticks scored Number of Wajib Ticks 1st 2nd Raka’at Raka’at 3rd Raka’at 4th Raka’at

Salaat Assessment Niyyat Takbiratul Ehram Qiyaam Qunoot Ruku’ Recitation rising from Ruku’ Sajdah Recitation in between Sajdah Recitation rising for next Raka’at Tashahud Tasbihate Arba’ Salaam Takbir after Salaam Salawat after Salaam Total Wajib Ticks Wudhu Assessment Removal of obstructions Niyyat Mustahab – pre Wudhoo Washing face Washing Right Arm Washing Left Arm Masah of Head Masah of Feet Total Wajib Ticks

Wajib Ticks scored

Sunnat Actions

Name of Assessor Signature of Assessor Date of Assessment

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Attention Assessor: Please write comments directly on this sheet.

Wajibaat – BOLD Mustahabaat - LIGHT


All rings/watches removed Sleeves rolled up above elbows Socks (inc pop socks) removed Ensure hair and feet are dry No ink, paint or nail varnish marks

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) ) ) ) )

Total Ticks / 5 [ ]


Intention specified – Qurbatan Ilallah
(meaning vital – For the Sake of getting Closed to Allah)

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Total Ticks / 1 [ ]


Washing hands twice ( ) WASHING THE FACE:

Gargling three times ( )

Rinsing nose three times ( ) ( ( ( ( ( ( ) ) ) ) ) )

Ensure hair is not covering forehead Water poured from the forehead Face wiped from hairline to tip of chin Ensure whole width of face is wiped Ensure all wiping is done downwards Ensure face is washed no more than twice
Total Ticks / 6 [ ]

Sides of the face also washed WASHING RIGHT ARM: Water poured onto right arm above elbow Whole elbow and inner crease wiped Individual fingers wiped to tips All wiping done downwards to fingertips Ensure arm is washed no more than twice
Total Ticks / 5 [ ] Fiqh Page 4.37

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WASHING LEFT ARM: Water poured on left arm above elbow TAP CLOSED BEFORE ALL WIPING
(to ensure student doesn’t use more water than required)

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Whole elbow and inner crease wiped Individual fingers wiped to tips All wiping done downwards to fingertips Ensure arm is washed no more than twice
Total Ticks / 6 [ ]


No additional water taken Wiping with right hand Wiping from middle of head to hairline Wiping with flats of fingers NOT nails Wiping NOT extended onto forehead Wiping done only ONCE
Total Ticks / 6 [ ]

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) ) ) ) ) )

Wiping done with width of three fingers MASAH OF FEET: Wiping from the toes till ankle joint Right foot first then left - NOT same time Right hand used for right foot Left hand used for left foot Each foot wiped ONCE only
Total Ticks / 5 [ ]

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) ) ) ) )



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NIYYAH: Prayer specified – Dhohr, Asr ntention specified – Qurbatan Ilallah

Wajibaat – BOLD Mustahabaat - LIGHT

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Total Ticks / 2 [ ]

(meaning vital – For the Sake of getting Closed to Allah)


‫ﷲ ُ اَكبر‬ َُْ
Correct recitation of Takbir No gap in Recitation Motionless while reciting Performed whilst standing Pause – (not to be joined to anything, before or after) Raising hands up to ears Fingers closed ( ( ( ( ( ) ) ) ) )

Total Ticks / 5 [ ]

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( ) ‫ﹺﺑﺴﻢ ﺍﷲ ﺍﻟ ﱠﺣْﻤﻦ ﺍﻟ ﱠﺣِﻴﻢ‬ ‫ْ ﹺ ِ ﺮ ﹺ ﺮ ِﹺ‬ ( ) ‫ﺍﹾﻟﺤﻤﺪ ِﺍﷲ ﺭ ﱢ ﺍﹾﻟﻌَﺎﹶﻟﻤﲔ‬ َ ِ ‫َ ْ ُ ِ َﺏ‬ ( ) ‫ﺍﻟ ﱠﺣْﻤـﻦ ﺍﻟ ﱠﺣِﻴﻢ‬ ‫ﹺ ﺮ ﹺ‬ ‫ﺮ‬ ( ) ‫ﻣَﺎِﻟﻚ َﻳﻮﻡ ﺍﻟ ﱢﻳﻦ‬ ‫ِ ْﹺ ﺪ ﹺ‬ ( ) ‫ﺍﻫﺪﻧَــــﺎ ﺍﻟ ﱢﺮَﺍﻁ ﺍ ﹸﺴﺘﻘﻴﻢ‬ َ ِْ َ ‫ﺼ ﹶ ﳌ‬ ِ ( ) ُ‫ﹺﺇﱠﺎﻙ َﻧﻌُ ُ ﻭﹺﺇﱠﺎﻙ َﻧﺴﺘﻌﲔ‬ ِ َ ْ َ ‫ﻳ َ ْ ﺒﺪ ﻳ‬

( ) ‫ﺻﺮَﺍﻁ ﺍﱠﺬِﻳﻦ ﺃﹶﻧﻌﻤﺖ ﻋﻠﹶﻴﻬﻢ ﻏﲑ ﺍﳌﻐ ُﻮﺏ ﻋﻠﹶﻴﻬﻢ ﻭﻻ ﺍﻟ ﱠﺎﱢﲔ‬ َ ‫ِ ﹶ ﻟ َ َ ْ َ َ ﹺ ْ ﹶ ﹺ ﹶ ْﻀ ﹺ َ ﹺ ْ َ ﹶ ﻀ ﻟ‬
Standing straight facing Qiblah Correct recitation of 1st Surah Motionless while reciting Stand on whole feet, not heels/soles Not leaning on anything Correct recitation of 2nd Surah
Total ticks / 6

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) ) ) ) ) )

( ) ‫ﹺﺑﺴﻢ ﺍﷲ ﺍﻟ ﱠﺣْﻤﻦ ﺍﻟ ﱠﺣِﻴﻢ‬ ‫ْﹺ ِ ﺮ ﹺ ﺮ ﹺ‬ ( ) ٌ ‫ﻗﻞ ُﻮ ﺍﻟ ﱠﻪ ﹶﺃﺣ‬ ‫ﹸ ﹾ ﻫ َ ﻠ ُ َﺪ‬ ( ) ‫ﺍﻟ ﱠﻪ ﺍﻟ ﱠﻤﺪ‬ ُ َ ‫ﻠُ ﺼ‬ ( ) ‫ﹶﻟﻢ َﻳﻠﺪ ﻭﹶﻟﻢ ُﻮﹶﻟﺪ‬ ْ ‫ْ ِْ َ ْﻳ‬ ( ) ٌ ‫ﻭﹶﻟﻢ َﻳ ﹸﻦ ﱠﻪ ﻛﻔﻮًﺍ ﹶﺃﺣ‬ ‫َ ْ ﻜ ﻟ ُ ﹸ ﹸ َﺪ‬


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Standing with feet apart Hands resting on thighs Looking at Mohr
Fiqh Page 4.39

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QUNOOT: In the second Rak’aat it is Mustahab to perform Qunoot before Ruku’: Recitation of any Du’a Salawat before and after Du’a Raising hands to face level Palms facing upwards | Fingers closed ( ( ( ( ( ) ) ) ) )

Total Ticks / 5 [ ] (although Qunoot is Mustahab – it should be assessed and counted)


Standing still before going into Ruku’ – Qiyaam Muttasil Ba Ruku Correct recitation of Dhikr Keep back flat Placing palms on knees Motionless while reciting Standing motionless after Ruku Looking between the feet Keep neck in line with back Knees pushed back

( ( ( ( ( (

) ) ) ) ) )

TotalTicks / 6 [ ]

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،‫ﺍﹶﻟ ﹼﻬ ﱠ ﺻ ﱢ ﻋَﻠﻰ ﻣﺤ ﱠﺪ ﻭ ﺁﻝ ﻣﺤ ﱠﺪ‬ ‫ُ َﻤ َ ﹺ ُ َﻤ‬ ‫ﻠ ُﻢ َﻞ‬
After Rising from Ruku’ it is Mustahab to recite:

‫ُﺒْﺤﺎﻥ ﺭﱢﻰ ﺍﹾﻟﻌﻈِﻴﻢ ﻭ ﹺﺑﺤﻤﺪﻩ‬ ِ ِ ْ َ َ ‫ﺳ ﹶ َﺑ َ َ ﹺ‬

Correct recitation

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ُ‫ﺳﻤﻊ ﺍﻟ ﹼﻪ ِﻟﻤﻦ ﺣﻤﺪﻩ‬ َ ِ َ ْ َ ُ‫َ ِ َ ﻠ‬


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FOREHEAD on Mohr / Turbah

KNEES and BIG TOES on ground. Elbows Up

PALMS FLAT on ground.

ِ ِ ْ َ ِ َ ْ ْ َ ِّ َ ‫س ْبحانَ ربى االَعلى و بحمده‬ ُ ،‫اَللھم صل ِّ على محمد و آل محمد‬ َّ َ ُ ِ َ َّ َ ُ َ َ َّ ُ ّ
7 Parts of body touching ground ( Correction recitation of Dhikr ( Motionless while reciting ( Rising head first from Sajdah ( Sitting still between two Sajdahs ( ) ) ) ) ) Knees reach ground before hands Nose touching ground / Mohr Eyes looking at nose Arms close to body Fingers closed Knees lifted off ground after hands ( ( ( ( ( ( ) ) ) ) ) )

Total Ticks / 5 [ ]

Between the two Sajdahs it is Mustahab to recite: Correct recitation ( )

َ ِ ُ ُ َ ِّ َ َ ُ ْ َ ْ ِ ُ َ ْ َ ‫ﷲُ اَكبر، ◌ اَستغفِر ﷲ ربى و اَتوب ال ْيه، ﷲُ اَكبر‬ َُْ َ
When rising for the next Rak’aat it is Mustahab to recite: Correct recitation ( )

ِ ِ َّ َ ِ ِ ْ َ ِ ‫بحول ﷲ و قُوته اَقُوم و اَقعد‬ ُُْ َ ُ
TASBIHAATE ARBA’: (3rd & 4th Raka’at)
(Tick & Comment if Suratul Hamd Recited)

‫س ْبحانَ ﷲ و الحمد ل ﷲ‬ ِ ِ ُْ َ ْ َ ِ ُ ِ َ ‫و ال اِله االَّ ﷲ ُ و ُ اَكبر‬ َُْ َ َ

Correct recitation

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Total Ticks / 1 [ ]

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TASHAHHUD & SALAAM: Recitation in seated position Motionless while reciting Correct recitation of Tashahud Salawaat after Tashahud Wajib Recitation of final Salaam
Total Ticks / 5

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) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) )

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Sitting on crossed feet Palms resting on thighs Fingers closed and towards Qiblah Looking between thighs Recitation of ALL 3 Salaams 3 Takbirs after Salaam Salawaat after Salaam TASHAHUD – (2nd & 4th Raka’at):

َُ َ َ َ ‫أَشھد أَنْ ال إِله إالَّ ﷲ ُوحدَ هُ ال شريك له‬ َُ ْ ْ َ ِ ُ ُ َ َ ُ َ َّ َ ُ ‫و أَشھد أَنَّ محمداً ع ْبدهُ و رسولُه‬ َُ ْ َ ،‫اَللھم صل ِّ على محمد و آل محمد‬ َّ َ ُ ِ َ َّ َ ُ َ َ َّ ُ ّ
SALAAM – In the final Rak’aat:

ُ ُ َ َ َ َ ِ ُ َ ْ َ َ ُّ ِ َّ َ ُّ َ َ َ ُ َّ ‫اَلسالَم عل ْيك اَيھا النبي و رحمة ﷲ و بركاته‬ َ َ َ َ َ َ ُ َّ َ‫السالَم عل ْينا و على عِ باد ﷲ الصالِحِين‬ َّ ِ ِ َ ُ ُ َ َ َ َ ِ ُ َ ْ َ َ ْ ُ َ َ ُ َّ ‫اَلسالَم عل ْيكم و رحمة ﷲ و بركاته‬


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TOPIC 22: SAWM: Sawm means fasting Fasting means that we should not eat or drink from Subhe Sadiq which is also called true dawn which is about just before the time of Fajr Salaat till Maghrib time which is just after sunset. It is Wajib to fast in the month of Ramadhan. The month of Ramadhan is the Holiest month in the Islamic calendar.

Amongst the blessings of this month is the special night called the Night of Qadr, this night is special because the Holy Qur’an was revealed on this night. In this month, every action, whether good or bad, carries more weight. For example: reciting the Holy Qur'an is good at all times, but it is a lot better to recite Qur’an during the month of Ramadhan; AND helping you Mummy and Daddy is good at all times but it is a lot better to help them during the month of Ramadhan


However, Sawm does not mean just staying hungry and thirsty throughout the day, but also to stay away from Haraam things as well. For example: we must not take things without permission or tell lies or be mean to anybody

We fast during the month of Ramadhan because helps us to: Be stronger when it comes to doing only things that make Allah happy with us Think of the people who are not as lucky as you are. Think of Allah more often throughout the day. Clean up your digestive system. Change the way your life is to become a better Muslim.


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ACTIVITY: Write each circle what Sawm does for us:


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