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Surah At-Talaq - Quran Recitation

Here is the recitation of Surah At-Talaq with English translation. Who said Islam was oppressive to women when this clearly shows otherwise.

7 Ways to Enrich Your Life with the Qur'an

Reciting the Qur’an with correct tajweed (rules of recitation) fills the heart with solace, the soul with peace and the house with blessings. It makes you feel close to Allah, and alleviates any sorrow or grief due to its immediate stress-relieving effects. Daily recitation of a few pages of the Qur’an, especially after Fajr prayer, is the best remedy …


Lightning Sparks of Your Brain: Qur’an Recitation

Throughout history, many civilizations have made significant progress in the world of science and various other fields through the proper employment of their brains. However, the Islamic civilization surpassed them in achieving superbly remarkable progress using both materialism and idealism.

Introduction to Tajwid and Rules of Reading Qur’an

What is Tajwid?

Literally, ‘tajwid‘ means improvement and perfection. If you do something with tajwid, it means you are trying to do it with the utmost quality and in the most perfect way possible. The term is technically used to refer to the science concerned with correct recitation and pronunciation of the Qur’anic words and verses. The relationship is clear …

Quran Recitation - Al-Qasas

Here is a fantastic Quran recitation of Surah Al-Qasas, which is the 28th Surah of the Quran and was revealed in Makkah. There are English translations.

Memorization and Oral Transmission of

Memorization and Oral Transmission of the Qur'an

The revelation contained in the Qur’an has been transmitted to us by numerous persons in two ways: orally and in written form.  Oral transmission of the revelation was based on hifz or memorization. Prophet Muhammad himself (peace and blessings be upon him) was the first to commit a revelation to memory after the Angel Gabriel had brought …

How Muslims Trivialize the Qur’anHow Muslims Trivialize the Qur’an

How Muslims Trivialize the Qur’an

The crux of the Islamic worldview is the primordial principle of justice, which is represented in the Qur’an mainly by three terms: `adl, qist, and mizan. Although the first two are synonymous, the former is generally interpreted as justice and the latter as equity or fairness. Mizan is the scale or balance that determines the administration and condition of justice. …

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