Learning video series for Islamic Inheritance law

Updated: Jul 15

Our goal is to spread the divine message of Islamic Inheritance law to every home. After years of research and review with scholars, our team has created interactive video learning series for Islamic Inheritance law. You can start learning at any time.


Every video has a specific purpose of serving the objective. So please try to cover the entire series without skipping topics. You would see some repetitions of some of the content across videos, which is part of learning to help you remember easily.


Learning video series for Islamic Inheritance law



PART 1 (Video 1)


In this video, you will answer questions such as

  1. What are shares or sharers in Islam?

  2. What are fixed or prescribed shares in Islam?

  3. What are residuary shares in Islam?

  4. What are the residuary orders?

  5. What are the inheritance shares from Holy Quran?

  6. What are the shares from Ejma (i.e., the consensus of companions?

  7. What are the shares from Qiyas (i.e., Analogical deductions)?

  8. Who can be eligible to receive residuary shares in Islam?

  9. Who are the consanguine male relatives of the deceased?

  10. When are the consanguine male relatives eligible to receive shares?

  11. Who are the distant kindred relatives?

  12. When are the distant kindred relatives eligible to receive shares?

Learn shares, sharers, residuary and residuary orders


PART 2 (Video 2)


In this video, you will answer questions such as

  1. What are the conditions for Islamic inheritance?

  2. What are the partial blocking or exclusion rules?

  3. What are the full blocking or exclusion rules?

  4. What are the inheritors in Islam, those never blocked from receiving an inheritance?

  5. What inheritors whose shares do reduce to half in the presence of other inheritors?

Learn conditions and blocking or exclusion rules



PART 3 (Video 3)


In this video, you will answer questions such as

  1. Do the fixed sharers get the always fixed shares?

  2. When does the Kamil (i.e., complete) scenario occur?

  3. When there are no further calculations of Islamic inheritance required?

  4. When does the Islamic inheritance shares' reduce proportionally?

  5. When does the Islamic inheritance shares' reduce proportionally?

  6. How is Radd calculated?

  7. How is Awal calculated?

  8. When is residuary eligible to receive shares?

  9. What are those special cases where the Islamic Inheritance calculation is not applicable?

Radd, Awal and tasib calculation



PART 4 (Video 4)


You will repeat what you learned in the previous videos in this video. This video is a great way to practice your learning and consolidate your learning, such as

  1. What are shares or sharers in Islam?

  2. What are fixed or prescribed shares in Islam?

  3. Who are the consanguine male relatives of the deceased?

  4. When are the consanguine male relatives eligible to receive shares?

  5. Who are the distant kindred relatives?

  6. What are the conditions and blocking rules for Islamic Inheritance law?

Practice shares, sharers, residuary, conditions and blocking rules


Start your learning today and become an expert on Islamic inheritance law. You would be able to teach your family, relatives, friends, and community. You can optimize your estate plan (i. e. Islamic Will or Trust) once you know the Islamic inheritance law. It is not without reward in life and after.


Allah, the Most Glorified and the Most High, knows the best. As a human, We are limited to everything and can not perceive it in totality...

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