1- Symbol of the Curriculum: 101 Salam
- Scholastic Units: 2 Theoretical Units
- Name of the syllabus: An introduction to Islamic Culture
Aim of the syllabus:
1- Consolidating the proper Islamic ideology.
2- Introducing youth to contemporary risks that surround them.
3- Finding suitable Islamic solutions to problems aroused by theories and descriptive systems and defeating their suspicion.
4- Demonstrating the importance of changing these ideas to fact in Muslim’s behavior.
Terms of the syllabus:
1- Introduction to Islamic Culture.
2- Defining Islam and demonstrating its characteristics.
3- Defining the Islamic culture and demonstrating its pillars and importance.
4- Defining faith deficiencies and demonstrating the effect of faith on individual and the society.
1- An introduction to Islamic Culture, complied by Dr. Ibrahim Al Rais, Dr. Ahmad Al-Mazyad, Dr. Mohammad Idrees, Dr. Khalid Al-Qassem, Dr. Ali Al Sobah, the first edition, 1426H, Dar Al Watan for publication and distribution, Riyadh.
2- Towards Original Islamic Culture, Dr. Omar Suleiman Al-Ashqar, the twelfth edition, 1413H, Dar Al Nafaeis for publication and distribution, Jordan.
3- Lights on Islamic Culture, Dr. Nadia Sherif Al-Omari, the sixth edition, 1415H, Al Resala Establishment.
4- Explanation of Faith Origins, Sheikh Hamad Bin Saleh Al-Othaimeen.
5- Explanation of Moderate Ideology of Sheikh of Islam, Ahmad Bin Taimia, Dr. Saleh Bin Fawzan Al-Fawzan, Al Maref Library, Riyadh, the fifth Edition, 1410H.
2- Syllabus symbol: 102 Salam
Scholastic units: 2 theoretical units.
Name of syllabus: Islam and Society Structure
Aims of the syllabus:
1- Solving cases that happen in Islamic Society.
2- Protection of Islamic family from rupture.
3- Considering Islam an ideology and an approach of life.
4- Demonstrating features of the interest of Islam of the family.
5- Demonstrating the characterized status of the women, defeating all who negate her role in Islamic Law.
Terms of the syllabus:
The first division: The Muslim Society:
1- Defining the Muslim Society, its bases and its approach.
2- Monotheism ideology and its relation to human behavior.
3- Worship and its effect on individual and society.
4- Means of strengthening social ties.
The second Division: Family in Islam:
1- Importance of family in Islam.
2- The provision of marriage and encouraging it, its aim, its bases and choice of husband and wife.
4- Marriage contract, its pillars and provisions.
5- Authorization and entrustment in Marriage.
6- Unmarriageable women.
7- Pillars of Family.
8- Familial problems resulted from marriage and their solutions.
- First Problem: Divorce.
- Second problem: Repudiation.
- Third problem: Zihar
- The fourth problem: Swearing and entrustment.
- The fifth problem: Cursing (Li’an).
1- Society and Family in Islam, Dr. Mohammad Tahir Al Gawabi, Dar Alam Al Kotob, the first edition, 1418H.
2- Society and Family in Islam, compiled by some members of staff board in King Saud university.
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