ISRA in collaboration with Amity College and Australian Institute for Hanafi Studies presents the Fiqh of Salat Workshop.
Establishing and perfecting your Salat begins with knowing the why and how of Salat. Join us in this workshop to explore the purpose and objective of Salat, as well as its fundamental building blocks and elements. There will be a QnA session to address any questions you may have.
- Understand the spiritual significance of Salat
- Know what constitutes a valid and complete Salat
- Gain clarity regarding any confusion about Salat
10am: 10.20am: Spirituality of Salat – Imam Dr Salih Yucel (via Zoom)
10.20am – 10.30am: Break
10.30am – 11.20am: Fiqh of Salat 1 – Ustadh Abdulhadi Shah-Idil
11.20am – 11.40am: Break
11.40am – 12.30pm: Fiqh of Salat 2 – Ustadh Abdulhadi Shah-Idil
12:30pm – 1.00pm: Q & A
1pm-1.30pm: Zuhr Prayer
Ustadh Abdulhadi Shah-Idil
Abdul Hadi Shah-Idil is a teacher of Islamic law and classical Arabic. After graduating with a First Class Honours in Economics from the University of New South Wales, he spent two years abroad studying Arabic and the Islamic sciences. Since returning to Australia in 2012, he has furthered his studies, particularly in Hanafi Fiqh under the tutelage of Dr Salah Abulhajj. He is currently a masters candidate in Hanafi Fiqh and Usul at WISE University, Jordan, and presently teaches at Charles Sturt University, ISRA Academy, and Daar Ibn Abbas.
He has also recently launched the Australian Institute for Hanafi Studies which aims to provide practical guidance and contemporary solutions based on the Hanafi tradition.
Imam Dr Salih Yucel
Imam Salih Yucel completed a Bachelor of Islamic Theology at the University of Ankara in 1982. He has worked as a mosque Imam for many years and has been a founding member of various community organisations and schools. He currently teaches at the Centre for Islamic Studies and Civilisation at Charles Sturt University in Sydney and is a supervisor for Islamic Chaplaincy.