Quranic Arabic Lessons
بِسْمِ اللهِ الرَّحْمنِ الرَّحِيمِ
Do they then not meditate on the Qur’an, or are there locks on the hearts? Holy Quran Surah Muhammad (47:24)
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Quranic Arabic Includes:
- Handling the Quran
- The importance of the Quran
- Tajweed rules of the Quran
- Completing the Quran
- Understanding Quranic verses
- Hifdh e Quran
- Quranic vocabulary
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Quranic Arabic is also known as Classical Arabic or Fusha (most eloquent).
It is used for speaking, speeches, films, plays, cartoons, prayers, supplications, contracts and transactions, history books, books of law etc.
The importance of this form of Arabic is very influential to Muslims as it is this Arabic that Muslims use for reading the Quran and praying, saying duas, reading/quoting hadeeth, and reading history.
There are several ways to learn to read/recite the Quran. Some people prefer one method whilst others use a variety of ways to learn. Some people learn via transliteration, some listen to audios, repeat and memorise what they hear. Other people use books that gradually take you through the various rules of reading Quran and there are other ways too.
People want to learn the Quran for many different reasons. It could be because of the blessings of just reading the Quran or because of the feeling of being able to complete the Quran over and over again in the original Arabic language or the feeling you get from understanding the verses in a different way to in the English. Whatever the reason for wanting to learn the Quran one thing is for sure is that the Quran is the word of Allah and reading the Quran is a conversation with Allah.
If you would like to learn how to read the Quran, for whatever reason, there is no time like the present. Quranic Arabic Lessons now available for the early birds.