Convincing Children With the Preservation of the Quran

Convincing Children With the Preservation of the Quran

The Preservation of the Quran

Almighty Allah has preserved the Quran, and says:

Indeed, it is We who sent down the Qur’an and indeed, We will be its guardian. (Al-Hijr 15:9) 

The Glorious Quran is the pure word of God. There is not a single word therein that is not divine. Divine verses therefore, have not been mingled with the history of the Arabs or the events that occurred during the period its revelation.

Watch this interesting talk with Dr. Muhammad Salah to learn more about the fact of the preservation of the Quran. 



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Tajweed: Introduction to the Makharij

Tajweed: Introduction to the Makharij

Welcome to this fascinating Series of Tajweed with Sheikh Khaled Boushafaa as he simplifies the rules of Tajweed to make the recitation of the Qur’an easy and correct.

Tajweed is a set of rules for proper pronunciation and recitation of the Qur’an. Learning Tajweed means learning how to pronounce the letters in the words correctly, which covers matters like when a consonant is silent or not and how long a vowel is.

Learning the recitation of the Qur’an correctly is considered to be fard `ayn (individual obligation) upon every Muslim. The Almighty Allah says:

And recite the Qur’an with measured recitation. (Al-Muzzammil 73:4)

The Sheikh Begins the first episode by explaining the meaning of the word Makharij that is the points of vocal articulation. Scholars define the word “Makhraj” as the where, the position or the point of articulation which a letter in the sound stops at or produced from.

Then the Sheikh differentiates between the Makharij and Sifat (attributes) in the Arabic Language. After that, he talks about principle and number of Makharij.

Enjoy watching this interesting episode to learn more about the Makharij of the Arabic language with Sheikh Khaled Boushafaa.

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Source: www.tajweedinenglish.com    

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Tajweed: Introduction to the Throat Makharij and Common Mistakes (1/3)

Tajweed: Introduction to the Throat Makharij and Common Mistakes (1/3)

Welcome to a new interesting episode of Tajweed Lessons with Sheikh Khaled Boushafaa as he continues his explanation of the rules of Tajweed.

Here, Sheikh Khaled explains another Makhraj of the five main Makharij, that is the Makhraj of Al-Halq. It represent the first Makhraj coming after the lungs and after the chest with the air coming out before reaching the oral cavity of the mouth.

Then, he talks about the letters that are pronounced through the throat with examples, as well as some of the common mistakes that are made in this regard.

Enjoy watching this talk with Sheikh Khaled Boushafaa to learn more about the throat Makharij and the related common mistakes.

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Source: www.tajweedinenglish.com 

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Tajweed: Introduction to the Oral Cavity Makharij

Tajweed: Introduction to the Oral Cavity Makharij

Welcome to a new interesting episode of Tajweed Lessons with Sheikh Khaled Boushafaa as he continues his explanation of the rules of Tajweed (science of reading the Qur’an correctly).

Here, Sheikh Khaled talks about one of the Makharij (points of vocal articulation) that is Al-Jawf (Oral cavity). He begins his talk by mentioning in brief the Makharij of the Arabic Alphabet and their importance in perfecting the recitation of the Qur’an.

Then, he explains the mechanism of uttering letters through the Makhraj of Al-Jawf.

Enjoy watching this talk with Sheikh Khaled Boushafa to learn more about the Makharij of the oral cavity.

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Source: www.tajweedinenglish.com    

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Correct Your Recitation (98)

Correct Your Recitation (98)

Recitation of the Qur’an 

Almighty Allah says:

…and recite the Qur’an with measured recitation. (Al-Muzzammil 73:4)

In another verse:

Those to whom We have given the Book recite it with its true recital. They [are the ones who] believe in it. (Al-Baqarah 2:121)

Welcome to a new interesting episode of “Correct Your Recitation” series with Sheikh Muhammad Salah and his guests. First Sheikh Isma`il recites from the fist verse of Surat Al-Haqqah (The 69th Chapter of the Qur’an with 52 verses that was revealed in Makkah) to verse 18.

The surah in general talks about the events of the Hereafter, Resurrection, recompense and reward. Hence, the central theme of this surah is `Aqeedah (Creed). The very first verses of the surah talks about the inevitable occurrence of resurrection. The, the surah sheds some light on the history of the nations, which lived before the Prophet (peace be upon him), testifies that the nation which refused to believe in the Hereafter and thought this worldly life only to be the real life and denied that man would have ultimately to render an account of his deeds before Allah, corrupted itself morally until the punishment of Allah overtook it and eliminated it from the world.

Dr. Muhammad Salah ponders over the verses explaining the meaning of ‘Al-Haqqah’ and the description of the Resurrection. Then, he explains a new rule of Tajweed which is the characteristics of the Arabic letters.

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Source: Huda Youtube Channel.

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Correct Your Recitation (99)

Correct Your Recitation (99)

Recitation of the Qur’an 

Almighty Allah says:

…and recite the Qur’an with measured recitation. (Al-Muzzammil 73:4)

In another verse:

Those to whom We have given the Book recite it with its true recital. They [are the ones who] believe in it. (Al-Baqarah 2:121)

Welcome to a new interesting episode of “Correct Your Recitation” series with Sheikh Muhammad Salah and his guests. First Sheikh Muhammad recites from the verse 13 of Surat Al-Haqqah (The 69th Chapter of the Qur’an with 52 verses that was revealed in Makkah) to verse 35.

As mentioned in the previous episode, the word ‘Al-Haqqah’ means the inevitable or the ultimate fact and it is one of the names of the Day of Judgement.

In today’s episode, Sheikh Muhammad continues his explanation of the verses which shed some light on the events and stages of the Hereafter. Al-Miqdad, a Companion of the Messenger of Allah (peace be upon him) said: “I heard the Messenger of Allah (peace be upon him) saying: ‘On the Day of Judgement, the sun will be drawn near the servants, until it has come a mile or two (away).’” Sulaim bin `Amir said: ” I do not know if it is miles that refer to distance on the land, or Al-Mil which is used to apply Kuhl for the eyes.” He (peace be upon him) said: “The sun will melt them, until they will be in sweat according to their deeds. Among them one will be covered up to his ankles, and among them will be one who is covered up to his knees, and among them will be one who is covered up to his waist, and among them will be one who is bridled with it.’ I saw the Messenger of Allah (peace be upon him) indicating with his hand toward his mouth, meaning that one would be bridled with it.’” (Al-Bukhari)

Then Sheikh Muhammad explains two new characteristics of the letters which are softness (Al-Lin) and drifting (Al-‘Inhraf).

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Source: Huda Youtube Channel.

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Correct Your Recitation (89)

Correct Your Recitation (89)

Recitation of the Qur’an
Almighty Allah says:

…and recite the Qur’an with measured recitation. (Al-Muzzammil 73:4)

In another verse:

Those to whom We have given the Book recite it with its true recital. They [are the ones who] believe in it. (Al-Baqarah 2:121)

Welcome to a new interesting episode of “Correct Your Recitation” series with Sheikh Muhammad Salah and his guests. First Sheikh Isma`il recites from verse 15 of surat Al-Mulk (the Sovereignty) to verse 26. Surat Al-Mulk is a great surah that has many virtues. For example, Narrated Abu Hurairah narrated that the Prophet (peace be upon him) said: “A surah of the Qur’an containing thirty verses will intercede its reader till he will be forgiven. That is: “Blessed is He in Whose Hand is the sovereignty”. (Classified as Hassan by Al-Albani)

As usual, Dr. Muhammad reflects on the spiritual explanation of verses from the beginning of the Surah. He talks about the purpose of life in detail and how to prepare for the hereafter. Then, he talks about the Names and Attributes of Almighty Allah calcifying how to worship Allah by His Names.

At the second part of the episode, Dr. Muhammad explains a new rule of tajweed and the mistakes made by the viewers during recitation. The letter (lam) is always pronounced with tarqeeq (thinness) except in the Glorious Name “Allah”. The “lam” of the Glorious Name of Allah sometimes has tafkheem (fattening) and sometimes tarqeeq, depending on the pronounced vowel on the letter preceding the “lam”.

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Source: Huda Youtube Channel. 

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What Does Tajweed Mean?

What Does Tajweed Mean?

Tajweed of the Quran

We all know about Tajweed of the Quran, but do we actually know the meaning of it though?

What is the correct meaning of Tajweed?

Watch this short video to get the answer with Sheikh Wisam Sharieff.

 



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