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حوزة الامام الحسين (ع) في ويندزور كندا
Imam Hussain (A.S.) Hawza in Windsor, Canada


بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم

Imam Hussain Hawza would like to inform of its acceptance of new students for the year 2015-2016. The Hawza provides its students with the first two stages of Hawza: Muqadimat (introductory stage) and Sutooh (intermediate stage). Both of these stages require about 10 years to complete. During these 10 years, one learns several subjects such as

1-Islamic Beliefs
2-Islamic Jurisprudence
3-Islamic Morals
4-Logic
5-Arabic Grammar
6-Usool al-Fiqh
7- Other crucial subjects that a Hawza student is in need of.

For most subjects, the student will study several books (from beginning to end), in order to have a good understanding and grasp of the subject.

تعلن حوزة الإمام الحسين (عليه السلام) عن قبولها لطلاب جدد للعام الدراسي 2015-2016. تدرس في الحوزة مواد مرحلة المقدمات ومرحلة السطوح. تستغرق هاتان المرحلتان ما يقارب عشر سنين. في تلك المدة، يدرس الطالب موادا كثيرة، من ضمنها...

1- العقائد
2- الفقه
3- الأخلاق
4- المنطق
5- النحو
6-أصول الفقه
7- غيرها من المواد الهامة للطالب

في أغلب المواد، يدرس الطالب كتبا عديدة (من بداية الكتاب الى نهايته) من أجل أن تصبح عنده المادة مفهومة،و يكون عنده استيعاب قوي لها.

Requirements:

-Every student who wishes to study part time or full time in Hawza has to be between 16& 26 years old.

For those older than 26, they need to have previous Hawza education or a post-secondary degree in order to be enrolled in the Hawza.

Otherwise, they might be permitted to attend classes just for the benefit of learning (this will need to be decided by the main office).

- One must present two reference letters from people that are recognized by the Hawza.

-Application must be filled out.

-An interview with Sheikh Abdul-Menhem Charara, Dean of the Hawza, will be carried out before enrolling in classes.

الشروط

- كل من يريد الإنتساب الى الحوزة، لا بد أن يكون عمره بين 16- 26 سنة. من كان عمره يفوق 26 سنة، لا بد أن تكون عنده دراسة سابقة في \بعض المواد الحوزوية، أو شهادة دراسة آكاديمية. من لم يكن هذا الشرط متوفرا فيه، قد يسمح له بحضور الدروس من دون الإنتساب.

- تقديم راسليتي تعريف من قبل أشخاص تعرفهم الحوزة.

- ملأ إستمارة التسجيل.

- مقابلة مع سماحة الشيخ عبد المنعم شرارة، عميد الحوزة، قبل الإبتداء بالدروس.

Full-time studies:

-Enrolling in fulltime studies means that the student will be studying all subjects taught in Hawza.

The student will be taking classes 5 days a week, from Monday to Friday, 3-4 courses per day.

*Each course is approx. 50 minutes long.

* We might be in need of changing the schedule based on the administration's decision

Part-time studies:

Part-time students must meet with the administration to arrange and finalize their schedule

تعطى الدروس في الحوزة كل يوم من الإثنين الى الجمعة، وتدرس 3-4 دروس يوميا. كل درس يستغرق 50 دقيقة.

* قد يقتضي الحال بعض التغييرات حسب تقدير الادارة

من لا يمكنه الإلتزام بهكذا دوام، يمكنه أن يدرس دراسة جزئية، بالتنسيق مع ادارة الحوزة

Location-

مكان الحوزة

Imam Hussain Hawza is located @ 1485 Janette Ave. Windsor. Ontario (Canada) N8X 1X5.

Phone # 519-256-7171 ext 10 (for receptionist)
Ext 11 (for Sheikh Abdul Menhem Charara)
Ext 17 (for Sheikh Charara’s assistant)
You can email us at wiseman_02@hotmail.com

Official Facebook Page: http://facebook.com/ihf.windsor

May Allah shower us all with his infinite blessings.

And all Praise be to the Lord of the worlds, and may He send his blessings upon his perfect creations, Muhammed and his Holy progeny

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What is the minimum level of knowledge one needs to have in order to take part in these classes?  

Arabic language is key for one to be able to attend these classes since all classes are taught in Arabic language.

For those who are not fluent in Arabic or Non-Arabic speakers, there is a 1 year full-time Arabic program offered at the Hawza as a prerequisite for Hawza courses. Once one finishes this program, then he/she should be able to start the Hawza classes at Imam Hussain Hawza.

 

You may contact the Hawza administration by e-mail or phone for details.

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Most hawza require a high school degree.

For Imam Hussain Hawza, a high school degree is much better to have but it is not a requirement, as long as the student in 16 or older and fulfills the other requirements mentioned above

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On 12/17/2016 at 6:27 AM, Mansur Bakhtiari said:

Salam

Hiw do they determine if you have reached the level of an islamic scholar?

Mujtahid not sure I believe you determine that. In terms of shaykh and getting turban on your head I believe you Finnish your muqadimat. In terms of attending bathul Kharij which is studies to be a mujtahid you must complete sutooh. As for mujtahid you attend bathul Kharij I believe till your confident enough to derive your own opinions from the Hadiths and Quran although on this point I may be wrong.

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8 minutes ago, Al Hadi said:

Mujtahid not sure I believe you determine that. In terms of shaykh and getting turban on your head I believe you Finnish your muqadimat. In terms of attending bathul Kharij which is studies to be a mujtahid you must complete sutooh. As for mujtahid you attend bathul Kharij I believe till your confident enough to derive your own opinions from the Hadiths and Quran although on this point I may be wrong.

I've done some more research on it. You are right from my understanding except two points:

Sutooh is when you get turban

Mujtahid must be proven to be mujtahid by two others

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3 minutes ago, Mansur Bakhtiari said:

I've done some more research on it. You are right from my understanding except two points:

Sutooh is when you get turban

Mujtahid must be proven to be mujtahid by two others

You sure I thought right after sutooh you go to bathul kharij? How come this is not the case with many shaykhs?

Edited by Al Hadi

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1 minute ago, Al Hadi said:

You sure I thought right after sutooh you go to bathul kharij? How come this is not the case with many shaykhs?

Elaborate...

A Shaykh doesn't have to go to bathul kharij.

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