Summary: Learning to read Qur’an should be easy and accessible to everyone. This book is a step-by-step guide to Qur’anic fluency, beneficial for readers of all ages, while designed to keep young readers engaged. Structured in a way that gradually progresses through Qur’anic arabic, this book builds confidence in literacy skills through plenty of practice, engaging worksheets and interactive QR codes for additional guidance. Learning Qur’an has never been easier!
Review:“Reading Quran: A Step-by-Step Guide to Quran’ic Fluency” is a book I received from a teacher at my son’s madrassah alhamdullilah. It’s an alternate book they use. Anyway, the book is easy to follow to help children. It can also help converts who need it, too. It’s very self-explanatory. Check it out online at readingquranbook.com .
Bismillah, You will prepare for marriage by gathering all the right ingredients according to you, but some things will still surprise you along the way. For that reason, let’s make sure that faith is not that blind spot because marriage is half of our deen and a way to attain the next life. If our……
Are you looking for Ramadan books for toddlers or older children?
Ramadan’s Coming is a beautifully illustrated rhyming book showing multi-cultural families from around the world as they: ~ prepare for Ramadan ~ take part in the blessed month ~ and celebrate Eid!
Children will learn about the key aspects of Ramadan: ~ The Qur’an was first revealed in Ramadan ~The moon sighting ~ What fasting is and how it benefits ~ Suhoor (pre-dawn meal) ~ Ifthar (breaking of the fast) ~ Taraweeh prayers ~ Not over-eating at ifthar! ~ Doing good deeds and rewards being multiplied ~ Giving Zakat ~ I’tikaf ~ Moon sighting before Eid ~ Festivities of preparing for Eid ~ Eid Salah ~ Gratitude and spending time with family
Age Range: 3 & Up
Review: Ramadan’s Coming has beautiful illustrations and meaning…
The Coronavirus has brought forth a much polarized debate in the ummah. For safety concerns and in the intent of the society’s benefit as a whole, getting vaccinated is the right thing to do. In a subject totally unrelated which is al Qisas–The Law of Equality, in case of murder mentioned in Surah 2 verse 178, Shariah law mandates the preservation of life.
And getting a vaccine to counter Covid-19 is an act that helps preserve life. That said, inna lillahi wa inna ilahi rajiun. Moreover, Islam is strongly against suicide.
“Therefore, (O Believers) eat of the lawful and good things that Allah has provided for you, and be grateful for His favors if it is true that you only worship Him. Indeed, Allah has forbidden you that which dies of itself, blood, and the flesh of swine; also, any flesh consecrated to…
The advent of Coronavirus pandemic has once again put on spotlight on the issues of health precautions in particularly vaccinations among the populations of Islamic countries. Having said that, lest be clear that not all Muslims are anti-vaxers or vaccine hesitant but problems continue to crop up now and then.
This featured series examines some of the key issues among Muslim communities that cause people in refusing and also delaying to get their Covid-19 jabs. We may fall into the danger with thinking that religion and fear of God, Allah or the Al Mighty produces the existing fatalistic attitudes towards the disease, as for a matter of fact also viruses are part of the creation.
The main distintive Islamic concern is much simpler as lots of believers worry that vaccinations contain pork and non halal items.
Until next time, subhanaka Allahumma wa-bihamdika ash-hadu anla ilaha illa anta as-taghfiruka wa atoobu ilayka. (O Allah, You are free from every imperfection; praise be to You. I testify that there is no true god except You; I ask Your Pardon and turn to You in repentance.) Aameen.
A dead archaeologist. A stolen artifact. A lost treasure. Are the three mysteries tied together?
That’s what teenage sleuths Zahra, her brother Zaid, and their friends Adam and Layla must discover during their vacation to exotic Noha Island. They are convinced that Idris, a university student, has been framed for the murder and they vow to catch the real killer. Soon, they’re in pursuit of multiple suspects and wriggling out of one sticky situation after another. As they come closer and closer to the truth, danger lurks at every corner.
Unfortunately, time is running out for Idris. As his trial approaches, the teenagers must make one more desperate bid to ambush the enemy. Will their ruse work or are they destined to become the ones ensnared?