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What Quran Recitation Really Mean

What Does Quran Recitation Really Mean?

Tilawah is the word that the Quran uses to describe the act of its reading. No single word in English can convey its full meaning. ‘To follow’ is the closest to its primary meaning. ‘To read’ is only secondary, for in reading too, words follow each other, one closely behind the other, in an orderly …

8 Steps to Recite the Entire Qur’an This Ramadan

8 Steps to Recite the Entire Qur’an This Ramadan

It has been said that everything has a beloved and that the month of Ramadan has a beloved, too: The Glorious Qur’an. For the duration of this month, Muslims worldwide honour Ramadan’s beloved and aspire to complete the recitation of the Qur’an. In this article you’ll learn how you too can work towards achieving this noble …

15 Posts to Improve Your Relation with Quran in Ramadan

15 Posts to Improve Your Relation with Quran in Ramadan

The month of the Quran is almost here. Ramadan is the best time to revive your relationship with the Quran. If you have not been reciting the Quran regularly throughout the year, this is the most favorable time to begin. In this folder, we collected for you some of the best materials in our website …

Surah Al-Masad - Quran Recitation

Surah Al-Masad - Quran Recitation

Here is the 111th surah in the Quran. Surah Al-Masad, where Allah curses Abu Lahab, the uncle of Prophet Muhammad (SAW). Why Was Abu Lahab Cursed In The Quran?

How Can I Develop a Closer Relationship with the Quran?

How Can I Develop a Closer Relationship with the Quran?

A strong relationship with the Quran is very important for a true Muslim. In a tumultuous world full of temptations, distractions and puzzling questions, you need to connect with Quran to get tranquility and peace of mind. The Quran is the greatest book in our lives. It was sent to us as a guide. It teaches …

Is Reciting Quran from Memory Better or from Mushaf?

Is Reciting Quran from Memory or from Mushaf Better?

Reciting the Quran comes with great reward. A lot of us have different parts of the Quran memorized. Is it okay to recite these certain memorized parts from memory or is reading from the Mushaf better? Sheikh Mohammed Mana explains. More About Reciting Quran:



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