Summer 2016

Sanaabil Learning Service offers Summer program for its students.  The following is a summary of the topics taught.

 

  • Taught the meaning of طهاره, which means pure
  • Taught the types of النجاس and not all dirt is النجاس
  • Before praying, it’s essential that you, your clothes and prayer area are all clean.
  • When cleaning the najasa from your clothes, you must clean any color and smell with clean water.
  • Pure water is essential in cleaning najasa.
  • 4 types of water
    • Mutlaq water
    • Used water
    • Pure water
    • Water containing najasa
  • Explained the 7 types of water
    • Water from the sky
    • Sea/ocean water
    • River water
    • Water from the well
    • Water from the snow
    • Spring water
    • Humidity water

Sanaabil Learning Service had number of competitions in the previous years and this year we will have group Athkar and Athab competition for its students.  The competition will be based on topics discussed in class based on Husn Muslim and Athab topics.  This is a required competition for all children above the age of 7.

The students will be placed into groups and the winner will get price and certificate for their achievement.  This is wonderful opportunity for the parent to work with their children and prepare them for this competition.

Schedule: The competition finishes on Sunday, September 4th.  There will be celebration on the final day with food/drinks and prices for the top three groups.

Students who were in 1st  place on the competition:

Students who were in 2nd place on the competition:

3rd position students in the competition:

Sanaabil Learning Service offers Summer program for its students.  The following is a summary of the topics taught.

Week1 (7/21/16):

  • Taught the meaning of طهاره, which means pure
  • Taught the types of النجاس and not all dirt is النجاس
  • Before praying, it’s essential that you, your clothes and prayer area are all clean.
  • When cleaning the najasa from your clothes, you must clean any color and smell with clean water.
  • Pure water is essential in cleaning najasa.
  • Explained the 7 types of water

Week2:

  • Review two levels of thahara
    • Remove najasa
    • Making ablution (wudoo)
  • Review 4 types of water
    • Disliked (not recommended) water
    • Used water
    • Pure water
    • Water containing najasa
  • Review 7 types of water
    • Water from the sky
    • Sea/ocean water
    • River water
    • Water from the well
    • Water from the snow
    • Spring water
    • Humidity water
  • After using bathroom, you must perform the following to pray..
    • Remove the najasa so you can become thahara
    • Make wudoo

Week 3:

  • Review levels of thahara
    • Remove najasa
    • Make wudoo
  • Benefits of thahara
    • Allows you to perform obligations such as salah
    • Allows you to be in the mercy of Allah
    • Allows you to be closed to Allah and far away from Shaythan
  • Containers that are haram
    • Gold and silver forbidden for men
    • Gold and silver are only allowed for men when tooth replacement
    • Gold and silver are allowed for women as fashion.

Week 4:

What breaks your wudu/ablution

  • Sleep – except when sitting in a criss-cros way
  • Anything that comes from the two-ways
  • Touching private parts with hand
  • By becoming unconscious or intoxicated
  • Touching the opposite gender that is not محرم (not related to you).

Week 5:

Requirements of salah

  1. You must be muslim
  2. You must reach the age of puberty
  3. You must be cautious (concentrate)
  4. Child that can tell from right and wrong
  5. You must be طاهر (your body must be طاهر)
  6. Your private part must be covered and if any parts are covered prayer is invalid.
  7. You must know the time of the prayer has come.
  8. You must face the qiblah

The compulsory actions or Fard in Wudu (Ablution):

  1. Intension when washing face.  Other scholars say intention when going to make wudu.
  2. Washing the face from hair of the forehead to the lower portion of the chin; and across from one ear to the other.
  3. Washing both hands and arms upto the elbows المرفقين
  4. Wiping with wet hands with parts of head.  Other scholars say al the head.
  5. Washing both the feet upto the ankles.
  6. Performing the above steps in the right order.

Sunnah actions in wudu/ablution – There are 10, but the following are some of them:

  1. Reciting ‘Bismillah’ when starting wudu
  2. Washing the hands, three times, upto the wrists
  3. Rinsing the mouth, three times
  4. Sniffing water into the nose, three times
  5. Washing each part three times

Tayamum has conditions

  1. Has to be time for salah
  2. There is no water
  3. Situation that makes me not use water

Students that got top three positions will be posted here.  Here are some of the pictures:

1st Place Winner

2nd Place Winner

3rd Place Winner