Duroosut Tawheed: Allaahu Rabbunaa Lesson 1 (Madeenah Bk. Conversation Style)

Source: Duroosut Tawheed

Lesson 1 – Allaahu Rabbunaa

Min. of Edu. Saudi Arabia, 1414 H


  1. #1 by Samiha Ahmed on March 4, 2011 - 9:26 PM

    Assalaamu Alaykum Wa Rahmatullaahi Wa Barakaatuhu

    Maashaa’Allaah! Ukhtee is this from a particular book? And where can I purchase it from?

    BaarakAllaahu Feeki

  2. #2 by Umm Mujaahid on March 5, 2011 - 1:04 PM

    wa ‘alaykumus salaam wa raHmatullaah Br Samiha

    The conversation presented above, is taken from the 2-year Arabic Language and Islaamic Studies Curriculum that is taught at the Islaamic University of Madinah. The syllabus is authored and compiled by the respected Shaykh Dr. V. Abdur Rahim (may Allaah preserve him) – author fo the famous ‘Madinah Books’.

    It is a wonderful, sound, exhaustive and highly creative syllabus for every student, teacher, college and university to benefit from and to enjoy being cultivated by the deep and beneficial Islaamic content that builds all aspects of the Islaamic personality through lessons in the Arabic Sciences, Tawhid, Tajwiid, Fiqh, Siirah, Stories of the Prophets, Stories of the Sahaabah – etc etc.

    The title of the Curriculum is:

    مَنَاهِجُ مَعْهَدِ تَعْلِيمِ اللُّغَةِ الْعَرَبِيَّةِ

    It is taught at the ‘Institute of Teaching Arabic as a Foreign Language -Islaamic University of Madinah’.

    You can read more about the content of the syllabus, and download the entire syllabus for free, from an excellent guide prepared by the Administration of Shaykh Dr. V. Abdur Rahim’s new Arabic Language Teaching Resource, here:


    (Title: “A Short Guide to a Rich Ocean of Knowledge”)

    Please see pages 2 – 3 of the guide.

    The lesson : “Allaahu Rabbu-naa” is -as far as I know – taken from lesson 1 of Level 3 of the syllabus which are lessons on al-Tawhiid.


  3. #3 by A Weighty Word on March 5, 2011 - 2:51 PM

    Wa ‘alaikumus salaam wa rahmatullaahi wa barakaatuh.

    Samiha – Wa feek baarakallaah.

    Umm Mujaahid – I appreciate the link dear ukhtee. I don’t have to scan it all now. Baarakallaah ‘alaiki.

    The copy that I have is old, (dated 1414 H). Perhaps what you’ve presented is the updated version, wa lillaahil hamd.

    In Shaa Allaah I will scan the foreword. Two of Shaykh Muhammad bin ‘Abdil Wahhaab’s (rahimahullaah) books on Tawheed were utilized in the making of the curriculum, Alhamdulillaah.

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