40 Hadith : Drops of Guidance
Drops of Guidance
Imām Al-Nawawī’s 40 Ḥadīth
Durban : 17-18 November 2012
JHB : 24 – 25 November 2012
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It is in recognition of the tremendous benefits that the aḥādith of Rasūl Allah (ṣalla’llāhu ʿalayhi wa-sallam) contain that we present a course on the 40 Ḥadīth of Imām al-Nawawī (d. 676/1277) raḥimahu’llāh. Enrol now to discover that the AlKauthar approach to these 40 ḥadīth is different from any you may have attended prior to this.
The 42 ḥadīth of the famous 40 Ḥadīth of Imām Al-Nawawī was built upon about 26 aḥādīth collected by Imām Ibn al-Ṣalāḥ before him. Ibn al-Ṣalāḥ would hold a series of lectures and meetings to explain the most amazing aḥādīth and he used to call his gathering: “Gatherings of the explanation of the most comprehensive aḥādīth.” He would say about these aḥādīth:
“The whole of the religion revolves around them”.
In Drops of Guidance we will spend the weekend covering a study of the first seven ḥadīth from the collection with over 80 pages of course notes.
Some of the topics covered in this course include:
- The importance placed upon intention
- Hijrah – migrating for the sake of Allah
- The ruling on using aḥād ḥadīth
- The major & minor signs of the Day of Judgement
- The five pillars of Islam and the six pillars of īmān
- Qadr & the reality of the soul
- The ḥalāl & the ḥarām
- Matters of the heart
- The importance of sincere advice
Instructor: Daood Butt
Shaykh Daood Butt was born and raised in Montreal, Canada. He has always had a desire to learn and teach Islam. Following secondary studies, he obtained a degree in Automotive Technology and was nominated amongst Canada’s Top Graduates of 2002. During this time, he studied with local Imams and was hired as an Imam and Qur’an instructor at a local mosque.He went on to study at the Islamic University of Madinah for seven years, during which he completed a Diploma in Arabic Language followed by a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Theology and Islamic Da’wah from the Faculty of Da’wah and Usool Ad-Deen in 2010.Upon returning to Montreal he was involved in various Da’wah activities including giving lectures and khutbahs in English, French, and Arabic. He has always been especially interested in youth related programs and is quick to develop a rapport with them. With an eagerness to continue learning Islam, Shaykh Daood is currently pursuing a Master of Arts Degree in Islamic and Other Civilizations at the International Islamic University in Malaysia.Shaykh Daood hates wasting time and being late, and is keen on attendance so much so that upon completing his Arabic Diploma he was awarded a certificate for not having been late a single class. He maintains a high level of respect for his teachers, and always remembers fine details about the people he meets. He is a jack of all trades, and enjoys cars, perfume, sunglasses, and most of all, playing with his daughter!