Mufti Saheb teaches Mishkaat Shareef, Tirmidhi Shareef and Bukhari Shareef at the madrassah. No one would accept his scholarship in Deobandi Madaris Circles if he had not received Ijaza in Hadith.
I have not personally asked him to show me his sanad.. if thats what you mean..by that token I have not seen that for any sheikh except one of Imaam's back in Canada..
i still didnt get my visa so i think im gonna come after december break.does any1 know the exact date madressa starts after december break?
Last edited by goodle; 17-11-2008 at 06:53 PM.
nothing in specific. It is a bit cold so get some jersey or sweaters. Ther is no cloth place in cmpus so get some clothes for sure. Bring some dollars with u so they will last u for pocket money.
u will get all your books from here so dont wory about that...
Cant think of anything else..if i do i wiill post
i asked this question on another thread but didnt get the answer i was looking for so ill ask here
how do i apply for this madrassa...i sent an email to them yesterday saying :
can you be inform me how an international student from australia would be able to enroll in the madrassa. im interested in the full time alim course and would like to also know how to get a visa.
what are the costs involved. and after i get to south africa how do i travel to ur madrassa?
please infrom me how to successfully admitted to the alim course by the beginning of 2009, or earlier if possible. if i need to contact you by phone i can do that as well.
if anyone from the madrassa is on this forum....i wud be grateful if they can answer the question for me....also, how does madrasah inaamiyah compare to others like newcatle and zakariiya
Make sure you do Istikhara first.
If you're going to commit to spending 6 years there, it makes sense to go to S. Africa on holiday first and visit all the places you're interested in to see how they are.
BTW: Newcastle teaches Shaafi fiqh whereas Azaadville and Zakariyya teach Hanafi fiqh.
Last edited by Abdul Lateef; 13-03-2009 at 10:02 PM.
thanx for the advice, abdul lateef
the reason i mentioned darul uloom inamiyyah is coz ive read their website and ive read askimam.org and i like the answers. i dont noe the adress or the contact info or the email adress for zakariiya and azadville. if i did, then i would have checked their madrasa out. i sent 2 emails to newcastle but they were unanswered but thats ok coz now i noe that they dont teach hanafi fiqh anyway.
how to i apply for any of the madrassas mentioned. to i have to phone them? fill out an application? email them? show them any documents?
i have no idea.............................................. ..............
i thought i would get help from this forum but so far i havent got much help
Yes indeed Azadvill and Zakariya are both exquisite madaris. However, pros and cons run on both ways. The teaching tarz and the mode in Inaamiyah is different.
Alhamdulillah since the total number of students is low.. Teacher Student ratio is much better.. and also the percentage of foreign student is high.
Again advice is good to consider everything before embarking..but once you make a decision, then stick to it lest there is a dire need. I have seen many who simply wish to leave madrassah to another thinking it will be a better for their tarz of learning.. whereas, one has to mold oneself to the madrassah to take the most out of it.
Your email is on Mufti Saheb's desk for perusal. InshAllah from there it will go to the Admin office of Mufti M. Kadwa who is Administrator for the Madrassah. He will then reply you regarding what is needed.
Please note that your email came of Saturday, and Madrassah offices are closed Sat - Sun. Thus the delay
In the mean time read through this long yet informative thread. By then you should receive a reply from the Admin Office. Do not worry. the admissions are a breeze... its the adaptation and with the norms to study which will require your efforts.