Islamic Studies Course 1

Untouched:
Preservation of the Quran and Hadith

The Quran and Hadith are the sources of Islam. Learn about the status of each source and their relationship with each other. Do we have the same Quran as did the Prophet Muhammad (Peace be Upon Him)?

Do the Hadith clash with the Quran? Analyze scientific, historical, and textual proofs of the preservation of the Quran and Hadith. Encounter and weigh orientalist claims regarding the validity of the Quran and Hadith.
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Format

Online
Course

Class

13 Live-streamed Classes on Sundays at 10 AM ET

Start Date

September 19, 2021

Value

4 Credits

Tuition Fee

$199 for the entire semester

Why You Should Take this Course

You will be more certain about your faith because if there’s no preservation, there’s no Quran, and if there’s no Quran, there’s no Islam.
You will be more confident in answering criticisms about the Quran.
You will appreciate hadiths and learn how they were preserved and what their roles are in Islam.
This course consists of 13 classes that covers:
    • Linguistic breakdown of the Quran
    • Relationship between the Quran and Ahadith
    • Was the prophet (peace be upon him) the author of the Quran?
    • The history of the preservation
    • Methodology of the preservation
    • The Quran compilation of Uthman
    • Why and how the dots and diacritical marks were made
    • Answering doubts about the preservation
    • Ahruf and Qira'at Controversy
    • Introduction to Science of Hadith
    • Types of hadith
    • Major scholars of hadith
    • And much more!

 Why FKAD LiveStream?

ACCESSIBLE

FKAD Livestream is accessible on desktop and mobile devices.

INTERACTIVE

In each live-stream class, students will have the option to interact directly with the instructor.

QUICK SUPPORT

Our support team is here to ensure that things run smoothly. You’ll always find the help you need within 24 hours.

INSPIRING EDUCATORS

Its inspiring educators provide engaging presentations catered to the American-Muslim dynamics through FKAD Institute's innovative techniques.

DOWNLOADABLE

Every student receives downloadable course text materials (Islamic Studies courses only)

BOOKS

Books are included for easier learning.
Priceless! Untouched course is where it all started. It boosts my faith. It solidifies that the Quran was indeed preserved."
Zakir
“Simply life-changing. This is a great case where knowing history will boost the foundations of your faith."
Abed Islam

Shaykh Shakiel Humayun

Educator
About
Sh. Shakiel’s engaging teaching style and ability to make complex matters simple have drawn students to his courses for over a decade.

Born and raised in NYC, Sh. Shakiel understands the American-Muslim dynamics and delivers his courses in a context relevant to his students.

He’s an entrepreneur by profession and has graduated from Baruch College with a BBA in Business Administration.

He completed post-graduate studies at the Umm-ul-Qura University in Makkah al-Mukarramah receiving an Associate’s Degree with honors. He continued his studies at the College of Shariah at Umm-ul-Qura University. 

In 2011, he founded the NYC Muslim Center, now the largest Islamic center in NYC.
Islamic Studies Course 1

Untouched:
Preservation of the Quran and Hadith

The Quran and Hadith are the sources of Islam. Learn about the status of each source and their relationship with each other. Do we have the same Quran as did the Prophet Muhammad (Peace be Upon Him)?

Do the Hadith clash with the Quran? Analyze scientific, historical and textual proofs of the preservation of the Quran and Hadith. Encounter and weigh orientalist claims regarding the validity of the Quran and Hadith.
Check out our other course(s) here.
Get a revert, Islamic school teacher, or student scholarship by filling out  this form.
Format

Online
Course

Class

13 Live-streamed Classes on Sundays at 10 AM ET

Start Date

September 19,
2021

Value

4 Credits

Tuition Fee

$199 for the entire semester

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