The Madrasah offers the Hafs-narrated Qirât course which runs concurrently with the `Aalim course. The Madrasah also offers the Sab`ah and `Asharah Qirât course. The Madrasah has a fully-fledged Tajwîd Department run under the professional guidance of Qârî Ismail Abdul Aziz Saheb.
In these pages, you will find Qur'aan related articles.
- Proving Prophethood by means of Qur'aanic Miracle
“If your are doubting that which We revealed to Our servant, then bring a sūrah similar to it and call your supporters other than Allāh, if you are truthful.
- Securing the Remembrance
He who reads one letter of the Quran it (becomes) for him a good deed, and a single good deed is rewarded (by Allah) by ten times the like thereof. I am not saying that Alif-Lam-Mim is (just) one word, but that Alif is a (separate) letter (word), Lam is a (separate) letter (word), and Mim is a (separate) letter (word). (Tirmidhi)
- Waqf and the Meanings of Abbreviated words in the Qur'aan
WAQF means to pause or to make a stop by breaking off the breath at the end of a word
- Miracles in the Qur'aan
Miracle is the one that is real. It ensues from the Divine. It is the power vouchsafed to the messengers of Allah through which they were able to perform wonders which remain permanent and lasting in the memories and lives of the people.
- Al-Qur'aan - Miracle of Miracles - by Br. Ahmad Deedat
Some six hundred years after the birth of Jesus Christ (pbuh), Muhummed (pbuh) the Messenger of God was born in Makkah in Arabia. When he proclaimed his Mission at the age of forty, his fellow countrymen, the MUSHRIKS of Makkah made an identical request for Miracles, as had the Jews, from their promised Messiah. Textbook style, it was as if the Arabs had taken a leaf from the Christian records. History has a habit of repeating itself.
- Miraculous Qualities of the Holy Qur'aan - by Qari M Tayyab Saheb
If you think that this Book is an effort of human imagination, you are at liberty to produce a Surah like it with eloquent language consisting of at least three verses. When you become totally helpless in meeting this challenge of matching against the smallest Surah despite your literary fame and versatility, then you...
- The Aimmah of Qiraat
Many great Aimmah disagreed with Imaam ibn Mujaahid of confining the Qiraats to seven and leaving out the other Qiraats. Therefore, they wrote Kitaabs consisting of the other Qiraats. Thus, we find that Qiraat al-Thalaathah (3 additional Qiraats) which we call Asharah.
- The Qur'aan was Preserved from the time of Rasulullah (Sallallaahu Alayhi Wasallam)
The Qur’aan-e-Kareem is the speech of Allah Ta’ala. Allah Ta’ala had taken it upon Himself to preserve the noble Qur’aan. He says, ‘Most certainly We have revealed the Qur’aan and most certainly we will preserve it.’ (Surah Hajar 9)
- Preservation of the Qur'aan during the Khilaafat of Hadhrat Abu Bakr (Radhiallaahu Anhu)
The noble Qur’aan was preserved during the time of Nabi (Sallallaahu Alayhi Wasallam), but it was not in a book form. That took place during the Islamic Khilafah of Hadhrat Abu Bakr (Radhiallaahu Anhu). Hadhrat Zayd ibn Thaabit (Radhiallaahu Anhu) narrates, ‘After the battle of Yamamah, Hadhrat Abu Bakr (Radhiallaahu Anhu) summoned me. When I reached there, Hadhrat Umar (Radhiallaahu Anhu) was also present. Hadhrat Abu Bakr (Radhiallaahu Anhu) said to me, ‘Umar (Radhiallaahu Anhu) came to me and said that in the battle of Yamaama many Huffaaz have been martyred, and if on different occasions many other Huffaaz will be martyred, I fear that great portion of the Qur’aan will be lost. I, therefore, suggest that you go to the people and collect the Qur’aan from them and compile it in the form of a book.’ (Fathul Bari; Bukhari)
- Preservation of the Qur'aan during the Khilaafat of Hadhrat UTHMAAN Radhiallaahu Anhu
The Qur’aan is also distributed in 30 parts which we term as Paras (Juz). It is very difficult to say how this originated and distributed. However, some Ulama are of this opinion that when Hadhrat Uthmaan (Radhiallaahu Anhu) had written his compilation, he wrote in 30 different parts, but there is no substance or proof for this narration. It seems as though this distribution was done after the time of the Sahaaba (Radhiallaahu Anhum) for convenience in teaching.
- The Qur'aan Was Revealed in Seven Dialects
Allaamah Jazri (RA) mentions that he pondered over the Hadith of seven dialects for more than 30 years, until Allah Ta’ala had opened one meaning to him. After pondering over all the Qiraat, he found that the changes that took place were the changes which are mentioned below:
- Al-Qur'aan - a source of benefit for the Ummah
Rasûlullâh (Sallallaahu Alayhi Wasallam) is reported to have said that man has two types of advisors; one is a silent advisor and the other is a talking advisor. The silent advisor is death. In other words, if a person ponders over the fact that one day he will have to leave this world and he will have to stand before Allâh Ta`âlâ and submit an account of all his deeds etc., than such a person will definitely abstain from sin and pursue pious and righteous deeds instead.
- The Importance of Tajwid
We should also remember that from the time and generation of Nabi (Sallallaahu Alayhi Wasallam) till now, no one has ever denied this fact that Tajwid is compulsory. It is only now in our generation that people have lost respect and forgotten the status of Tajwid. Today, even logic will show us the importance of Tajwid. If we write a letter to our beloved and give it to someone to give it to him or her, but this Mr Someone takes the letter and changes a few words which eventually changes the meaning of your letter, how would we feel?
- The Amazing Qur'aan
Today, now we introduce a unique scholar. He differs from other scholars but at the same time, he is a representative of a group of scholars. His name is Professor Siaveda, one of the best known marine geologists from Japan. He is also one of the most famous scientists in the world. Professor Siaveda's mind was filled with many distortions and suspicions about all religions. He is right about what he says with regard to all religions, except Islam, because Islam differs from all other religions that he spoke about.