Arabic

Arabic language is one of the core modules which any student who wants to do Islamic Studies has to take it serious The hawza Ilmiyya of England teaches this subject by strengthening the students in all Arabic skills; listening, speaking, reading and writing. This particular module enables any student to write in Arabic to speak the language and to understand when other people speak it. It is a subject which is for any student who wants to progress in the Arabic language and this can make a student to understand Arabic grammar which is very important. When you read the Holy Quran or any hadith or any text you need grammar and it is divided into two fields: The first field is the section which is known as syntax or Nahw and the second one is morphology which is known as Sarf. Students of Arabic need these modules together and this will make you also not only to be able to understand the modern Arabic but this module will make you to be able to read and understand the text; especially in the second year of your studies at the Hawza Ilmiyya of England you will be introduced to the texts in Arabic. So there you need modules which are connected to the Grammar and this will make you to be able to read the texts in the original language where you will be introduced to the books of the scholars like Sheikh Toosi, Sheikh Mufid, Sheikh Murtadha al-Ansari, Sheikh Muhammad Baqir al-Irawani and all that will make you to depend on Arabic. So we welcome you to study at the Hawza Ilmiyya of England for you to be able to be inshallah one of those students who will be able to understand Islamic subjects from the sources and the teachers who are there to teach this particular module ready to welcome you all and I take this opportunity to welcome you to the Hawza Ilmiyya of England for you to get your success inshallah. Wa Salamu Alaikum wa Rahmatullahi wa Barakatuh

Fiqh Category Courses

Arabic
Beginner
10 Lectures
10 hours
Arabic
Beginner
17 Lectures
10 hours
Arabic
Beginner
10 Lectures
10 hours
Arabic
Intermediate
12 Lectures
10 hours
Arabic
Advanced
12 Lectures
10 hours
Arabic
Beginner
11 Lectures
10 hours