Fiqh For Ladies August 2018 – Registration Is Open!

Lecturer: Siti Wahidah Binte Redzuan
Date: 15/08/2018 - 12/09/2018 Time:8:00 pm - 9:30 pm
Location: Darul Arqam premises (kindly refer to signage stand on Levels 1 & 2)
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Course Synopsis:

In this modern era, especially in Singapore, women play the same important role side by side with men, both at workplace and at home. There is also a growing trend among the ladies to travel among themselves to other countries. With this blessed gifts and capabilities that Allah has bestowed upon them, it is rightful for our ladies to know of their rights and to take into consideration of the matters pertaining to our religion.

In this course, our students will learn the rights of women; as a colleague, a daughter, a wife and a mother. Students will also learn the rulings of Fiqh pertaining to travelling, be it business or leisure, and not forgetting the rulings of women’s blood in the lights of Islam.


Course Highlights:

– Status of Women and their rights in Islam

– The Purpose and Practicals of Shari’ah Laws (Islamic Laws)

– Rulings Pertaining to Women’s Blood (Haidh, Nifas and Istihadhah)

– Muslim Women Dress Code, Duties and Responsibilities for working women.


Course Dates:

Wednesdays, 15 August – 12 September 2018 (PH on 22 August)

Time: 8:00pm – 9:30pm



Members of Darul Arqam: $35

Non-Members: $45

Register Online here. Payments are to be made at Darul Arqam Bookshop.


Bookshop Operating Hours:

Monday, Saturdays and Sundays: 10am to 5.30pm

Tuesdays – Fridays: 10am to 8.30pm


Trainer’s Profile:

Ustazah Nuraizah Bte Amin spent 12 years of her academic and Islamic learning at Madrasah Aljunied Al-Islamiah. She later furthered her studies in the University of Bradford, majoring in Biomedical Science. Due to her interest in the Islamic religious field, she is currently pursuing her bachelors degree from the Faculty of Islamic Revealed Knowledge and Heritage at the International Islamic University Malaysia(IIUM), majoring in Usuluddin (Islamic Thought) and minoring in Comparative Religion. She is currently a freelance religious teacher at various learning centres in Singapore.


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