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Question (28 Shawwaal 1422/ Jan. 11, 2002)
Assalaamu alaikum and may Allah reward you for answering our questions! Could you give me your opinion about a beginner in reading the Qur'an who is struggling to read the letters; it is alright to be reading from the Qur'an at that stage while making many mistakes.
Question (21 Shawwaal 1422/ Jan. 5, 2002)
I was just inquiring to
see if there are any sites where i could go and listen while reading along to
the holy quran. if yes please let me know. Thank You.
Shawwaal 1422/ Jan. 4, 2002)
Assalaam alaikum. I have a question concerning tajweed. What I need to know is that if in fact tajweed is FARDH. I mean is it really mandatory? I know many alim in Pakistan who do not read with tajweed and have the Qur’an hifz. I bet there are millions of people around the world who do not know how to read the Qur’an with tajweed. Please respond to me stating whether or not tajweed is mandatory or not and why. Thank you.
Shawwaal 1422/ Jan. 3, 2002)
you please explain a sign that appears in the Qur'an in surah Yusuf; I
cannot find an explanation for it in the Qur'an when I look at the explanation
for the different stops etc...It is a small diamond shape above the meem in
the 6th or 7th word in this aayah from surah Yusuf.
translation of the meaning being: ((They said: "O our father! Why do you
not trust us with Yűsuf (Joseph), - when we are indeed to him sincere
Allah reward you.
Question (17 Shawwaal 1422/ Jan. 1, 2002)
Is it right that some of
the letters in Arabic that are pronounced with the tip of the tongue use a
"thin long area" in the middle of the tongue rather than the whole
width of the tongue to say the letter; for example in the letter siin
Dec. 29 , 2001)
I would like to know something about the background of a scholar called Ibn al-Jazaree who wrote the rules of tajweed in a poem. Please tell me what you know about him (when and where was he based, which generation etc). Jazakallahu Khairun
Dec. 28 , 2001)
surah Al-Baqarah aayah #120 there is the word:
How would the ending be if we had to stop on this word?
Dec. 27 , 2001)
for your site and shokran and may Allah reward you for your help with our
tajweed questions! In listening to a recitation of the Qur'an it is
noticeable that a certain word(altaqataa)
in surah Aali 'Imraan in ayah 13 that is normally pronounced with a ta' with a
shaddah on it (due to the assimilation of the lam before it) is not pronounced
this way! In fact when I looked at the Qur’an I saw that the ta’ in
fact does not have a shaddah; could you please explain the reason for this.
Dec. 24 , 2001)
In ayah 73 in surah al
there is the word:
If one had to stop on this word how would we say it?
Dec. 19 , 2001)
is a question relating to a small meem present at the end of some of the small
surahs at the end of the Qur'an (for example: surah Al-Ikhlas and
Al-Nasr ) The small meem you
have explained some time before (Oct. 20th) means a stop but why would it be
at the end of these few surahs? and not at the end of others?
Dec. 17 , 2001)
Allah reward you for your answer to my previous question on stopping and
starting. I have another question regarding stopping and starting.
In ayah 51 of surah AZ-Zukhruf