Archive for the ‘tajwid’ Tag

Download the Mus’haf [Qur’an]

بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم

With the arrival of Ramadân, I’m sure that the dust on our copies of the Qur’ân has been wiped off.  So what better time is there to post a link which allows you to download a variety of different masâhif (scriptures), just like their hardcopy counterparts?  The brothers and sisters behind the project (may Allâh reward them with good) have a download section which allows you to save particular Qur’an’s to disk, or even better, the whole QuranFlash program.  Somehow I didn’t notice this before.  Alhamdulillâh, I’ve already found this useful; we’re away from home and I forgot to pack my wife’s mushaf – she can’t recite without this particular copy.  So I downloaded it from the link given below…

Please note that flash player is required for these downloads to work.

QuranFlash Downloads


Tuhfah Al-Atfal Audio

بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم

I’ve uploaded  a high quality recording of Yâsir Salâmah’s reading of Tuhfah Al-Atfâl.  I personally prefer his to Shaykh Sa`d Al-Ghâmidî’s version.  For an audio this is quite a large file at 17MB.

Tuhfah Al-Atfâl

The Impermissibility of Reciting The Qur’an Without A Teacher/Shaykh

بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم

Shaykh Muhammad Mûsâ Âl Nasr explains the importance of having an unbroken chain going back to the Prophet (sall Allaahu `alayhi wasallam), with respect to learning and reading the Qur’ân.  This is the third lecture/lesson in a five part series, ‘The Quran and its Sciences” (linked below). The title of this lecture isn’t suppose to put you off from reading the book of Allâh, but rather encourage one to seek a qualified teacher and give the Qur’ân its due.

The Impermissibility of Reciting The Quran Without A Teacher/Shaykh

The Quran and its Sciences