Arabic

Riyadh Al-Salheen
by Imam Mohamed Awad
Do you know that the Dhikr (remembrance) of Allah - the Almighty - is one of the best acts performed by the Muslim and one of the greatest means to getting close to Allah. It expels the devil, pleases Allah and removes the worry from the heart and gives it tranquility. It increases one’s provision and one doing it becomes beloved by Allah. As the Prophet (salla allahu ‘alayhi wasllah). Click below to join the webinar.
Tafseer Al-Quran
by Imam Sonosi Abdo
Al-Fatiha is with no doubt the most recited sura of the Quran and therefore understanding its meaning and significance is of paramount importance to any Muslim. This is the second lecture in our Tafseer series where we will dive into the meanings of Al-Fatiha. The lecture will cover the differences between a variety of concepts including Hamd and Shukur, Tawheed Olohiyaah vs Tawheed Robobiyah, Al Rahman vs Al Raheem, Maleek vs Malik and the various meaning of the word Deen. The lecture will also take a comprehensive look at the full Tafseer of Al-Fatiha.
Areas of Articulation
Overview of Makh?rij Al-Hur?f
The twenty nine Arabic letters have seventeen emission points (Makh?rij Al-Hur?f), located in various regions including throat, tongue, lips, nose and mouth. In this 1 hour webinar, you will get a preview of the Makharij and articulation points with plenty of examples from the Quran and emphasis on common errors and how to avoid them
Noon Saakinah and Tanween
Essentials of Tajweed
Perhaps one of the most prevalent rules of Tajweed in the Quran is that of the Noon Saakinah and Tanween. In this 1 hour webinar, the four rules of Noon Sakinah and Tanween are explained including Ith'har (clarity), Idghamm (blending), IKhfaa (hiding), and Iqlaab (changing). Examples are presented to illustrate the differences