Islamic Knowledge Course

islamic-knowledge-courseIn spite of the fact that most people visit our website to learn about the Qur’an and how it is read, we also offer a Basic Islamic Knowledge course. This concrete program is aimed at helping students learn more than just Arabic reading skills. It consists of the essential components of Islam that each and every Muslim must be familiar with. Being the Ummah of the Holy Prophet (PBUH), it is mandatory for us to have an insight on the history and practices that brought forth the advent of Islam and its teachings.

At, we bring you courses that have been approved by the most reputable scholars and Islamic Education teachers. Our content is very extensive yet validated and counter-checked by skilled tutors. We believe in providing our students with factual information rather than traditionally accepted beliefs.

Our knowledge of Islam defines how we portray our deen or religion to others. In order to guide and advise other people, we must first have a clear idea of what our Islamic teachings are and how to implement them in our daily lives.

With help from expert teachers at, you will learn about Islam in general and the different principles that make up the foundation of our beautiful religion. Learning the thorough details of Islam will prove to be a positive influence in your life. Your perspective will change for the better and you will become astute in guiding others as well.

Our course is composed of various lessons that involve teachings on the pillars of Islam, articles of faith, lives of the Prophets, the revelations, social and moral values, family life and many other important aspects. Basic Islamic Knowledge is an absolute course that introduces students to the factors that are significant for learning about the paramount characteristics of Islam as a code of life.

The fundamental concepts of Islam include its five pillars. These pillars are the basic acts that are an obligation on all Muslims. Namely, the pillars are: Shahadah (the declaration of faith in Allah and His Messenger), Salat (obligatory prayer), Zakat (Charity), Sawm (Fasting during Ramadan) and Hajj (Pilgrimage to Makkah at least once if the person has enough stability to do so).

Speaking of Shahadah, it is necessary for a Muslim to consider the Articles of Faith: Oneness of Allah, Prophets, the Holy Books, Angels, Day of Judgment and Predestination. These are the definite beliefs that must be accepted by a Muslim.

If you or any one you know would like to take up a course that teaches the basics of Islam, register with us now! Here is your key to unlocking the door that leads to a vast field of knowledge.