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Al-Madd Al-Laazim: Kalimee

May 15, 2011
Do you enjoy really long walks? By the seaside or greenery? If you enjoy lengthy “anythings”, then you’ll definitely enjoy sounding this lengthy madd…  
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Al-Madd Al-Silah: Kubra & Sughra

May 11, 2011
The time it takes to repair and re-connect depends on how frequent you undergo a check up. Remember to revisit your heart’s checklist [emotion, faith, intentions,
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Al-Madd Al-‘Aarid Lil Sukoon

April 17, 2011
Have you ever been in those situations where an awkward silence is bound to happen? And when it does, it feels as though time stretches
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Al-Madd Al-Leen

April 5, 2011
Lean meat, lean on me, leniency…. Which “leen” is it? Let’s find out. Al-Madd Al-Leen[1]: easy/eased prolongation only occurs when the reciter is stopping recitation
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Al-Madd Al-Badal

March 31, 2011
This madd is very simple. Almost as simple as the madd tabee‘ee, in fact. You might just be surprised to know you have been doing this madd since
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Al-Madd Al-‘Iwad

March 17, 2011
Have you ever wondered why many people have opted to take the escalator instead of stairs? Have we compensated health for convenience? Will you sound this

learn quran

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The Profound Lessons of the Last 10 Ayat of Surah Al Imran

July 3, 2024
Dive into the profound lessons of the last 10 ayat of Surah Al Imran. This blog post explores the timeless wisdom and guidance found in
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The Last Two Ayats of Surah Baqarah: A Powerful Shield for Believers

June 30, 2024
The last two ayats of Surah Baqarah are a beacon of guidance and protection for believers. These verses, brimming with profound wisdom and divine mercy,
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speak arabic

A refined split-screen design banner for a blog post about learning Arabic, featuring an orange gradient background. The left side now shows a 27-year-old Muslim woman wearing a hijab, focused on a laptop, and the right side features an 8-year-old child using a tablet. The space between them is filled with a denser cloud of floating Arabic letters, enhancing the theme of immersion into the language. The orange gradient background adds warmth and vibrancy, symbolizing energy and passion for learning.

The Basics of Arabic Grammar: A Comprehensive Introduction

May 27, 2024
Dive into the intricate world of Arabic grammar with our latest blog post! This comprehensive guide explores everything from the basics of nouns, verbs, and
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Top 10 Arabic Words You Need to Know

March 2, 2024
Imagine walking through the bustling streets of Cairo, the serene deserts of Saudi Arabia, or the historic ruins of Petra. Using "As-salamu alaykum" to greet
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islamic beliefs

Talha ibn Ubaidullah, a brave and generous companion of the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH)

Talha ibn Ubaidullah: A Life of Bravery and Faith

July 19, 2024
Talha ibn Ubaidullah, a companion promised Paradise, stands as a beacon of valor and unwavering faith in Islamic history. From his early conversion to Islam,
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The Spiritual and Historical Significance of Ashura

July 16, 2024
Ashura, observed on the 10th day of Muharram, is a significant day in the Islamic calendar, especially for Sunni Muslims. This day commemorates the salvation
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