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  3. AbuAbdAllah the Houstonian

    May 3, 2008 at 4:52 AM

    bismillah. is there a way to force the site to display the mobile edition of content? i am using internet explorer on a WM6 powered smartphone. some pages display in the MM site’s easy to read mobile edition. then explicably many other pages will only display in the standard desktop-browser edition.

    the old blog-only format was more smartphone friendly, perhaps because of where menus appeared on the page. so now the version (mobile/desktop) displayed is more important.

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  7. Roki

    April 25, 2012 at 4:23 PM

    hello

  8. Abdul Raouf

    May 22, 2012 at 1:20 PM

    Assalamu Aleikum,
    I am writing to you in regard to a new Islamic App that I just released that is aimed at the youth and new Muslim in particular.
    The name of the app is iSawab, and it’s available for the iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch and Android devices.
    The app allows you to track your deeds on an everyday basis, including your prayers, dhikr, volunteering among numerous other good acts that earn oneself rewards in this world and in the hereafter.
    I was wondering if Muslim Matters would be able to spread the word so our youth in particular could benefit from this tool.
    Jazakhallah khair.

  9. maryam

    September 8, 2012 at 9:53 AM

    AssalamualikumwRwB…is it possible for me 2 publish my articles on dis website…plz do lemme know….em waiting 4 ur reply…llz answer me quick…jazakAllah khairan

    • Aly Balagamwala | DiscoMaulvi

      September 9, 2012 at 12:45 AM

      Please send your submission to info [at] muslimmatters [dot] orgPlease send your submission to info [at] muslimmatters [dot] org

      • Najah Zaaeed

        December 18, 2013 at 12:50 PM

        Assalaam U Alaikum,

        I was wondering what the turn around time is for approval or rejection of article submissions? Also, what if we have an edited version, how can we submit the revisions?

        • Aly Balagamwala | DiscoMaulvi

          December 19, 2013 at 2:37 AM

          The turnaround depends on the approval committee and the pending articles in queue but usually a week to 10 days.

          To submit revised used the submissions link and mention it is revised version of existing submission.

          • Najah Zaaeed

            January 6, 2014 at 12:25 PM

            Asalam U Alaikum,
            I submitted an article over a month ago and have yet to hear anything. I would like to know if the article has been accepted or rejected. A response will help determine whether or not I should proceed to submit the article to other venues for publication.
            Please let me know asap.

        • Hena Zuberi

          January 6, 2014 at 2:49 PM

          Assalamalaykum wa rahmatulah,
          Sorry for the delayed response, but currently we have about 70 articles in queue. MashaAllah. Please be patient with us as we go through the articles. The editor in charge of guest articles will get back to you about your article as soon as she reads it.
          Jazakillah Khayra for your submission and we hope you understand.

          With salam,
          Hena
          EIC

          • Hena Zuberi

            January 6, 2014 at 8:57 PM

            It was accepted for publication. We will send you the date of publication soon. Jazakillah khayr for your submission. keep writing.

  10. bilal

    February 26, 2013 at 1:49 PM

    Assalam-u-alaikum,

    I am very appreciative for the work you have done promoting Islam. I am a website designer from Chicago and I myself have a website of my own promoting Islam and helping people convert called http://goodislamiceducation.com/ I wanted your advice on how I could make it better, how I can get more people to visit it and learn from it more, or if you can promote this website on yours. I also wanted to know If I could use some of your video links on my website as well,

    May Allah give you the strength to keep doing good deeds as this. Ameen.

    Jazakhallah khair

  11. Tushar

    October 11, 2013 at 4:47 AM

    The 5 Good News Stories is an excellent idea. JazakAllah khair for this – I always thought it would be excellent if someone took the initiative to circulate good international news instead of bad. Why should the horrific, depressing and negative news take up 99% of the space? The Sunnah encourages giving good news. So do keep it up! Here’s a link to another good education news story: http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/taheedul-islam-girls-high-school-2321831

  12. zarabalouch@gmail.com

    October 19, 2013 at 4:23 PM

    Example, I click on this link and i dont see any video or notes.. “http://muslimmatters.org/2012/08/29/haleh-banani-where-psychology-meets-islam-forgiveness-part-1/”

    • Aly Balagamwala | DiscoMaulvi

      October 20, 2013 at 7:24 AM

      The videos are hosted on Youtube and if you are in a country that does not allow access to Youtube (or even your company’s firewall) then you won’t see a video. For example I can’t see a video being based out of Pakistan.

  13. Naima Asma

    October 25, 2013 at 9:39 AM

    Assalamu Alaikum,

    About three weeks ago, I submitted an article and nobody from the MuslimMatters team has gotten back to me yet. I know that you are all very busy and I don’t mean to be pushy. I just wanted to ask if you even received the article.

  14. Nadia Hassan

    November 11, 2013 at 8:24 PM

    Assalamu Alaikum WRWB

    Is there a way to contact the editor (offline) of this website? Feel free to email me. JZK,

    Nadia

  15. Kevin

    November 15, 2013 at 2:47 PM

    Assalamu Alaikum and Greetings to you in the name of the Most High,

    I need to speak or write to a person who can help me with some of the scriptures for a person who has lost hope in the Living, due to various circumstances of their own and others.
    I would appreciate a word of reply.
    Shukraaan…
    Kevin

    • Said Hasan

      November 23, 2013 at 10:57 AM

      I think this may help Mr. Kevin:
      1. The Holy Qur’an by Yusuf Ali
      2. The Sealed Nectar by al-Mubarakpuri
      3. Islam in focus by Dr. Abdallati
      3. Don’t be sad by Dr. Aid al-Qarni.
      Incase I understood you well these are the scriptures or books to revive your (or that person) to live, be happy, wholesome, confident, productive, excellent, difference maker and most of all gain paradise.
      Muslimmatters.org don’t normally respond to the complaints of it is readres and I think they have some technical problems.

  16. Said Hasan

    November 19, 2013 at 6:18 AM

    I live in Nairobi.
    Your website seem to having technical problems, eg. results like ‘The webpage cannot be displayed’ come out often, for some days.
    Please solve this technical problem.

  17. Mohammad Khairul Alam

    November 24, 2013 at 3:03 AM

    Human Appeal for Burma Refugees

    Dear Sir,

    Greeting from Rainbow Women & Children Welfare Foundation, Rakhine State, Myanmer.
    As you know, a devastating riot has been broke out June 8th 2012 between Rohigya Muslim and Rakhaing Muddhist in Rakhine state, Myanmar. Centering the rape of a young woman Ma Thida Htaway on 28th May 2012. She was killed by three rapists/extremists at Kyauk Phyu Township. Due to negligence’s of the law enforcement agencies, more than 100 people were died in sectarian violence. The innocent Rakhaing and Rohigya houses were on fire by the extremists from both communities. They lost more valuable assets and ruined completely.

    On 19 October 2112 to 8th November 2012 the re-sectarian violence broke out again in Rakhine stat. In this brutal attack, the fire gutted thousands of residence and religious houses, human casualty reaches above 150 and 61462 peoples are homeless.

    On 18th September 2013, the break out of re-sectarian violence resumed in Thandwe Township for the burning of Buddhist flags by some of extremists group. In this brutal attack, the fire gutted 60 Muslim dwelling houses, 7 were died including one of 90 years old Muslim women, and many were injured in brutal attack.

    Rainbow Foundation is a newly registered NGO in Rakhin state in Myanmar, has the pleasure to express its interest to your organization to take part for implementing following programs in Rakhine state, Myanmar. So that all the manmade disaster victims can save them from ruin and will bring the peace and communal harmony in Rakhine state. The programs are—

    1. 1. Agricultural Development Program, 2. Primary Health Care Program, 3. Water and Sanitation Program, 4. Relief & Rehabilitation Program for Disaster Victims, 4. Livelihood Development Program for Ethnic Communities, 6. Comprehensive Disaster Management PROGRAM.

    We sincerely hope our EOI will receive your sympathetic consideration and may kindly be approved. We remain committed for discussing any further details about EOI if needed. We look forward to your kind and positive response and offering you of our best possible services in Rakhine state.
    Thank you for giving us your valuable time.
    With best regards,

    Mohammad Khairul Alam
    Executive Director
    Rainbow Women & Children Welfare Foundation
    No.(4), Seik Kay Street
    Myo Thu Gri quarter, Sittwe,
    Rakhine State, Myanmar.
    Email: rainbow.found@gmail.com

  18. Rabbi Allen Maller

    November 26, 2013 at 10:02 PM

    Government Attacks on Circumcision and Hanukah
    Rabbi Allen S. Maller

    The highest court in North Rhine-Westphalia Germany, barred a Muslim mother from circumcising her six-year-old son, claiming the procedure will cause the boy psychological damage.

    For the first time, a German court relied on the country’s new circumcision law passed in 2012, after harsh criticism from both Jewish and Muslim groups of a previous Cologne court ruling forbidding circumcision.

    The German court also said that the mother did not take into account the wellbeing of the child; and did not consult with her six year old son before making the decision, as is stipulated in the 2012 law. The ruling was handed out at the end of August 2013.

    An even bigger threat to Jewish and Muslim ritual circumcision comes from the Council of Europe, which defined the practice of circumcision as a “clear human rights violation.”

    This definition is included in a report on circumcision, and female genital mutilation; which is a human rights violation and not a part of Muslim law.

    The slanderous report was submitted recently for a vote by the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe, an international organization whose resolutions are influential but non binding.

    “Circumcision applied to young boys clearly is a human rights violation against children,” reads the report, brought before the assembly for approval by a lawmaker from Germany.

    The vote on the report, which is titled “Children’s Right to Physical Integrity,” coincides with calls by some health officials and politicians in Scandinavia to ban non-medical circumcision of boys under 18.

    In Scandinavia, home to some of the world’s most secular societies, three parties have officially come out in support of a ban on Jewish and Muslim circumcision since the ruling in Germany, including one conservative anti-immigration party in Finland and another left-leaning anti-Israel party in Denmark.

    As a rabbi, I know that all these governmental attacks on circumcision are just history repeating itself, as it frequently has over the last twenty two centuries, since the first Hanukah resistance to the first attempt by a government to forbid circumcision.

    The first of the eight nights of Hanukah is early this year (Jews follow a lunar-solar calendar) starting on November 27, 2013, but it comes just at a time when once again there are government officials trying to forbid the practice of Jewish and Muslim ritual circumcision.

    In 169 BCE the Greek rulers of the Syrian Empire, decided to prohibit Jews from circumcising their sons, as part of government program to make Jews conform to Greek standards of civilized behavior.

    Greek pressure on Jews to ‘fit in’ culturally had some limited success with many wealthy Jews and among some of the upper levels of the priesthood in Jerusalem.

    Then the Greek King ordered that a statue of himself be placed in the courtyard of the Holy Temple in Jerusalem. He also ordered Jews to stop circumcising their sons.

    This led to a revolt which broke out in 168 BCE in the small village of Modin, led by a man called Judah, the Maccabee (hammerer) and his four brothers.

    With trust in God, the Maccabee brothers (four of who were killed in battle over the next two decades) defeated the much larger Syrian armies, recaptured Jerusalem and rededicated (Hanukah) the desecrated Temple in an eight day festival.

    Hanukah, the Festival of Freedom celebrating the duty to say ‘NO’ to the unjust demands of a dictatorial government, is still celebrated to this day in Jewish homes by reciting blessings, lighting candles, singing songs and retelling the ancient story in various forms.

    The oppression of Judaism by Antiochus IV, the Syrian Greek king, was the first known attempt at suppressing a minority religion, but unfortunately not the last. Other well known attempts were the three century long Roman persecution of Christianity, and the persecution of Muhammad and his followers by the majority of pagan Arabs in Makka.

    All three religions emerged from their varying periods of persecution stronger than ever, and this is the ongoing spiritual lesson of the Hanukah lamp that once lit by faithful believers, filled with hope and trust in God; lasts longer than anyone else thinks possible.

    Rabbi Maller’s web site is: rabbimaller.com

  19. muslim mom

    December 30, 2013 at 7:09 AM

    Salams. Where is the article about yoga? I wanted to read it, but all I could find were the comments..

  20. ummamenah

    January 8, 2014 at 10:28 PM

    Assalamu alaikum. Does anyone know if the muslim youth hotline still work? I tried calling but I was disconnected. Thank you, Walaikum salam

  21. saiqa bibi

    January 14, 2014 at 12:44 PM

    salam alaikum
    i once read this brilliant paragraph on here about sports/idol worship/getting too emotionally involved
    i think by Ustadh Yasir Qadhi
    but not sure
    I have been looking for it but cannot find it, it
    wasn’t an article
    just like a short thought piece.
    please help find it.

  22. Dr Muhammad Saleem Anwar

    January 17, 2014 at 6:32 AM

    assalaamu alaykum

    I recently listened to the talk by Br Yasir Qadhi: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jJmrPh2sRuw

    Some thoughts on the talk are:

    1. What is the intention behind highlighting such mistakes of the ulama of the past?
    2. Is it not normal/usual that people resist initially?
    3. Did Abu Bakr not hesitate to compile quran as a book?
    4. Did Imam Ahmad not charged Imam Haaris al Muhaasibi for writing books?
    5. The intention behind scholars’ fatwa was pure anyway, or do we question it?
    6. Having ‘short-sightedness’ is not something to be rebuked for. is it? this is Allaah gifts to whomsoever He wishes.
    7. What are the consequences of such talks?
    8. Would it not tarnish the character of Ulama?
    9. Would it leave any doubts in modern Muslim’s mind about the ‘ignorance’ and ‘untrustworthiness’ of the ulama?
    10. Would it not be sensible and more pious to speak directly to the ulama, or to write to them?
    11. Is it not backbiting the ulama of the past as a group?
    12. Is there not a grave risk of displaying self-appraise/ujb?
    13. Is this not adding to the damage caused by you in your ‘salafi’ days – giving common men license to move out of the scholarship and be ‘muftis’ themselves!
    14. Don’t say that you reiterated the significance of linking up with ulama in this and many other talks as this was not the ‘crux’ of the talk.
    15. Your comment – ‘what is the use of the fatwa if people do not listen or act upon it’ is surprisingly unwise. Or if the majority will dictate what is right and what is wrong by their approval in practice?
    16. Why is it so shameful to even mention that ulama condemn the idea of slavery as haram? No one suggested to continue or spread slavery but to ban it would have been very much a serious issue given the qati’ nusoos permitting it.

    May Allaah guide us all aright and rectify our intentions and actions.

    w/s

    Dr Muhammad Saleem Anwar
    London, UK

  23. Muhammadibn

    January 18, 2014 at 9:07 AM

    Salam,

    Your contact form is not working.

    The shortcode is showing up.

    I work with WP. Let me know if you need help.

    I can assist you in small things free in sha Allah.

    Wassalamu alaykum,

  24. mshari

    January 25, 2014 at 12:42 PM

    may ALLAH helps you in your message and life.

    Your Beloved brother in ISLAM.

  25. Muhammad

    January 26, 2014 at 4:34 PM

    As salam,
    I am a student, on friday most of the muslims in my college have no time to go to masjid for friday prayer due to our schedule. So we have been doing khutbah on our own. I hope that you can email me a standardised 5 minute khutba. Jazak kallah

  26. Samir Sani

    February 1, 2014 at 1:05 PM

    Sellam aleiku we Rahmetulahi we Berekatuhu
    Bismillah

    I`m in Balkan and I`m interested to come to Morocco to learn Arabic and Qur an. In Sha Allah. My problem is financial so is there any University that I can Apply for some kind of scholarship.
    JazakAllahu Khayran.

  27. Aziza

    April 5, 2014 at 6:10 PM

    Assalamualaikum wa rahmatullahi wa barakatu,

    Would like to use your contact form, but it is not working. It sends me a failure notice. Hope it will be up and running soon, InshaAllah.

  28. Abdisalam Ali

    April 24, 2014 at 5:38 AM

    asdswdsdsdssdsdssdsdsdssd
    Assalamo alaykom
    A Muslim from Sweden
    I’m a filmmaker who wants to make dawah films. just want tips on which topics you think are really important for all muslims ode is good to ask advice.
    if you want to tip me. my email Abdisalam.hassan.ali @ gmail.com.
    the film will be available on youtube.min purpose is to spread good things to people.
    if you want to help me in another way email.
    asalamo alaykom.

  29. Rahma K

    June 5, 2014 at 12:26 AM

    Asalam o Alaikum

    I have submitted a pre-Ramadan reflection article a few days back. Since it is a time bound article I was hoping to make sure if it is approved and will be published by you before Ramadan. Please let me know if it is not approved so that I can submit it elsewhere as very little time is left before Ramadan. Jazakallah Khair…

  30. Rahma K

    June 10, 2014 at 11:47 AM

    Asalam o Alaikum,

    As stated in my last comment I submitted a pre Ramadan article and wanted a response from you if it was accepted or not so that I can submit it elsewhere if its rejected. However since there is no response I have decided to submit it on other platform. As there is no way of communication with muslimmatters.org (the contact form is sending failure delivery message and no one is responding to comments here) I was left with no choice but to put this message here. Since this article is time bound and would become useless once Ramadan begins I was compelled to take this step. Other platforms would also take time to review and publish.
    Wasalam
    Rahma

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    February 6, 2020 at 2:34 AM

    Assalam Alaikum wr wb!
    We want to post a flyer for our Journey through Quran podcasts and you tube channel on Muslim matters website. If its possible, what will be cost and who to contact.
    Jazakum Allah Khairun

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  37. said rehab

    February 13, 2021 at 7:52 AM

    The virtue of the Holy Quran Tajweed

    Tajweed history Allah Almighty revealed the Holy Quran upon His last messenger Holy Prophet
    Hazrat

    Muhammad(ﷺ)graduallyduring a period of twenty-three years more or less there in era, no recording or printing

    device sare not available as that now Therefore, the sole possible thanks to preserve this endowment of Allah was to

    findout by memory At the start of the revelation of the Holy Quran, Holy Prophet (ﷺ) recite it and narrated the

    versesof a specific chapter(Surah) of the Quran to His companions. Hence, during this way, the recitation of the

    Quran Tajweed commenced Next, the foremost task was to recite the Holy Quran in Its proper pronunciation. Then

    the concept of Tajweed Quran was being introduced.

    Tajweed
    Tajweed is an Arabic word that linguistically means ‘proficiency’. It comes from an equivalent root letters because

    the word Jayyid, which suggests ‘good’. Therefore, if Tajweed is to be considered with regards to Quran recitation, it

    means learning the Quran within the proper way by keeping in mind the requisites of Arabic pronunciation. When

    every letter of the Quran is pronounced with proper understanding and therefore the way it deserves to be recited,

    then we will say that the Quran is being recited with Tajweed.

    In other words, when the angel Jibril (Gabriel), may Allah exalt his mention, recited the words of Allah to the

    Prophet Muhammad (ﷺ) recited them during a certain way and he showed the Prophet (ﷺ) the ways during which it

    had been permissible to recite the Quran. So, it’s obligatory upon us to watch those rules in order that we recite it

    within the way it had been revealed.

    At the time of the Prophet (ﷺ) there was no need for people to review Tajweed because they talked with what’s now

    referred to as Tajweed.

    Tajweed Al ­Quran means reading every word of the Quran with its proper grammar and pronunciation. The Quran

    is that the most precious Holy book for Muslims. there’s a gift for reading it every word. In fact, for a far better

    understanding and accurate readability, it’s obligatory to read with Holy Quran with Tajweed.

    Significance of Tajweed
    Besides the actual fact that the Quran should recite with Tajweed is that the Sunnah of Holy Prophet Muhammad

    (ﷺ) there are other purposes or importance behind the observance of Tajweed while reciting the Quran. The

    observance of Tajweed is that the incontrovertible fact that the Quran is revealed by Allah Almighty. Hence, being

    His subjects, it’s important that we should always read and recite the Quran within the exact same way as He has

    revealed it. The recitation of the Quran serves the very fact that words don’t change their meanings. Quran is within

    the Arabic which may be a very sensitive language and any variation within the sort of shortening or elongation of

    sounds leads to a change in meanings. Therefore, observing the principles of Tajweed in reciting prevents the

    recitation of the Quran from making mistakes while reciting the Holy Quran.

    The Holy Quran is that the book of ultimate guidance. In fact, it’s not a book for reading and reciting only. It’s a

    book of learning and understanding. Islam may be a practical religion and Holy Quran guides us about every aspect

    of life. Above all, there’s a gift for each single word of the Quran.

    Arabic may be a beautiful language,
    and particularly the literary genre of the Quran is matchless. In fact, the reading of the Holy Quran is extremely

    sweet and provides pleasure and satisfaction. most significantly it provides an accurate sense once we read the holy

    Quran with proper Tajweed.

    The Quran is that the word of Allah, and it’s every syllable is from Allah. Its recitation must be taken very seriously.

    the aim of the Science of Tajweed in essence is to form the reciter proficient in reciting the Quran, observing the

    right pronunciation of each letter with the rulings and characteristics which apply to every letter, with none

    exaggeration or deficiency. And so, through this, the reciter can recite the Quran upon the way of the Prophet (ﷺ)

    who received it from Jibril who received it from Allah Almighty within the Classical Arabic dialect that it decreased

    in. Arabic letters each have a Makhraj ­ an exit or articulation point ­ within the mouth or throat from which they

    originate and that they also each have Sifaat ­ attributes, or characteristics ­ particular to them.

    Knowing the Makhraj and Sifaat of every letter is a crucial a part of Tajweed. Sometimes two letters have very

    similar exits which make mixing them up easy. So, if an individual doesn’t know the attributes of every letter there’s

    a danger that he will change the meaning of the words within the Quran recitation. Observing the principles of

    Tajweed in reciting protects the reciter from making mistakes in reciting the Quran.

    The Messenger of Allah! said:
    “Whosoever reads a letter from the Book of Allah will receive a Hasanah (good deed)

    from it (i.e. his recitation), and therefore the Hasanah (good deed) is multiplied by ten. I don’t say that Alif­laam­

    Meem is (considered as) a letter (in reward), rather Alif may be a letter, laam may be a letter, and Meem may be a

    letter.” (Reported by At­Tirmidhi, Ad­Darami).

    And he! also said: “He who is skillful in reciting the Quran is with the unveiled, honorable, and pious (i.e. Hur­al

    ­Ain). And he who stutters when reading the Quran, (and its recitation) is difficult upon him,) And he! said: “Verily

    he who has nothing of the Quran in his heart is sort of a house (which has been) destroyed.” (Reported by At­

    Tirmidhi) have two rewards.” (Reported by Bukhari).

    The Holy Quran is that the greatest blessing of Allah Almighty not only for Muslims but all citizenry. It carries great

    knowledge whether regarding the universe or about human life generally. Besides the enriched knowledge, the

    recitation of the Quran carries religious and spiritual benefits for Muslims. The Holy Quran is that the literal words

    of Allah Almighty that He revealed as an infallible source of legislation for mankind. Being so important, the Holy

    Quran must be recited correctly, so as to not create any kind of ambiguity or misunderstanding. Allah Almighty

    addressed Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) within the Quran, “…And recite the Quran with measured recitation.”

    (Quran, 73:4).

    The ruling of reading with Tajweed
    Muhammad bin Al­ Jazaree the good Quran and Hadeeth scholar of the 9th Century (Hijri) said in his famous poem

    detailing the principles of Tajweed: “And applying Tajweed is a problem of absolute necessity, whoever doesn’t

    apply Tajweed to the Quran, then a sinner is he.” Sheikh Zakariya Al­ Ansari [died in 926 H.] said in explanation of

    this verse in his book: Sharh al ­Muqaddimah al-Jazariyyaa “It is required to watch all of the Arabic rules therein

    which changes it and ruins the meaning”. So, he regarded it as a compulsion to refrain from the main slip ups in

    reciting the Holy Quran. the students have divided the kinds of mistakes one might fall under when reciting the

    Quran into two types:
    • Major mistakes: which usually change obvious things and alter the meaning.

    • Minor (hidden) mistakes: that one may have to review Tajweed rules.

    Allah says within the Quran, the meaning of which is:
    ‘And recite the Quran (aloud) during a (slow and melodious) style (tarteela)’ (Surah Muzammil, ayah 4).

    ‘Those who we’ve given the Book to, provides it its right in recitation (recite it because it should be recited)’ (Surah

    al­Baqarah ,ayah 121).

    Holy Prophet (ﷺ) wish to recite the Quran in slow, measured, rhythmic tones as Allah had instructed him, not

    hurriedly, but rather “he would recite a surah in such slow rhythmic tones that it might be longer than it might seem

    possible.” He would stop at the top of every ayah.

    He commanded people to recite during a beautiful voice during a pleasant melodious tone. He said “Beautify the

    Quran together with your voices [for a fine voice increases the Quran in beauty]” and he said, “He who doesn’t recite

    the Quran during a pleasant tone isn’t folks.” Unfortunately, only too often we discover people reciting the Quran

    quickly and without changing their tone and with none feeling.

    The recitation of the Holy Quran must not be barren of from emotions and sentiments, one Holy Prophet (ﷺ) said:

    “Truly the one who has one among the best voices among the people for reciting the Quran is that the one whom

    you think that fears Allah once you hear him recite.”

    Once when Holy Prophet (ﷺ) complimented Abu Moosaa al­Ashari on the sweetness of his
    recitation, Abu Moosaa
    said “Had I known you were there, I might have made my voice more pleasant and emotional for you.”

    Holy Quran may be a book of Allah reveal upon the last Messenger Holy Prophet Hazrat Muhammad (ﷺ). Holy

    Quran discusses the unity of God, the looks of Adam and Eve and their arrival on earth, tidings and warnings from

    Allah Almighty to believers and non­believers of their act, commands, and prohibitions then far more. These all

    narrated to readers through six thousand 600 sixty-six verses in a whole Holy Quran. Therefore, when a private

    recites Holy Quran without depicting truth feelings, it imparts a message that a reader is oblivious to the Arabic.

    additionally, lack the elemental skills to grasp the meaning and message of the Holy Quran’s verses. Thus, being

    Muslim it’s our duty to remember of the principles of Tajweed and recites the Holy Quran with correct

    pronunciation by keeping in mind truth meaning of each verse. In last, the Holy Quran revealed within the

    Arabic, and people who aren’t belonging to Arabian Peninsula must learn the Arabic. So, that the obstacle to find

    out and understand Quran are going resolved gradually.

  38. said atia rehab

    September 7, 2021 at 10:47 AM

    https://quranteacheracademy.com/
    our site for Quran learn

  39. faizan

    October 22, 2021 at 7:51 AM

    our site for Quran Lessons Online

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