All Things Qur'aan

The Best of The People Are Those Who Learn The Qur'aan and Teach It To Others.



Welcome to All Things Qur'aan! Bi ithnillahu Ta'aala, this site is set up as the hub for those who are interested in learning the Qur'aan with all of it's Ahkaam, in shaa Allah.  Previously, All Things Qur'aan was geared only toward women.  I am pleased to say that we have taken a different direction now.  We have two departments. One headed by me, Fatimah As-Salafy for the women and the Men's and boy's division headed by Sabri El Tayeb.

The classes that will be held are Tajweedul Qur'aan, Memorization, Tafseerul Qur'aan, and various classical books of the arabic language. Although we will be teaching classical Arabic, our main focus will continue to be on memorizing the Qur'aan.

The task is great, but can be accomplished.  Take advantage of the resources here. Sign onto the messenger and meet others who are striving to memorize the Book of Allaah and set up study sessions, and take classes.  BE DEDICATED AND CONSISTENT!!!!

The best teacher is the teacher of the Qur'aan and the best knowledge a person could learn is learning of the Qur'aan.

Please feel free to contact us directly.  We are always willing and available to assist.  We help you develop good study habits, key memorization tips, and encouragement.

From the calamities that has hit this era is that you find many of the callers or beginners among the students of knowledge going into giving fataawa and answering the questions of the people: while he hasn't even made good his recitation of Suratul Faatihah from its proper recitation.

So my advice to myself and then them is that the best of what the student of knowledge begins with is the Qur'aan

Imaam Al-Albaanee in Silsilah Hadeeth 1173

 Abdullah Ibn Mas'ood, radiyallahu anhu said:

The one who memorizes the Qur'aan is known by his nights when the people are sleeping,
by his days when the people are eating,
by his sadness when the people are rejoicing,
by his crying when the people are laughing,
by his silence when the people are chatting,
and by his humility when the people are boasting.
An-Nawawee collected in At-Tibyaan
It is reported that Jundub b. ‘Abdillâh Al-Bajalî – Allah be pleased with him – was once asked for advice and instruction.
He said:

I advise you to fear Allâh and obey Him (taqwâ) and I advise you to adhere to the Quran, for it is a light in the dark night and a guidance during the day, so implement it no matter how much struggle and poverty you have to face. If a calamity befalls you, put your wealth forward to protect your religion, and if the calamity continues, put forward your wealth and your life to save your religion [but never risk your religion], for the ruined is he whose religion is ruined, and the looted is he whose religion is taken. And know that there is no poverty after Paradise, and no riches after the Fire.

Al-Dhahabî, Siyar A’lâm Al-Nubalâ` 3:174.

Abû Madînah Al-Dârimî – Allâh be pleased with him – reports, “When two of the Companions of Allâh’s Messenger – Allâh’s peace and blessings be upon him – would meet, they would not part until one would recite to the other “By time, verily man is in loss…” (Sûrah Al-‘Asr). Then, one of them would say salâm to the other.”

Recorded by Al-Tabarânî in Al-Awsat, and others. Shaykh Al-Albânî graded its chain of transmission sahîh. See Al-Sahîhah, hadîth 2648.

It is reported from Al-Fudayl (b. ‘Ayyâd) that he said:

The Qurân was sent down to be acted upon but people have taken just reciting it as enough of a deed. He was asked, “How is it acted upon?” He replied, “They should treat as halâl what it makes halâl and treat as harâm what it makes harâm, they should take on its commandments and stay away from what it forbids, and they should stop to ponder its amazing knowledge and wisdom.”

Al-Khatîb, Iqtidâ` Al-‘Ilm Al-‘Amal no. 116


Abu Al-’Âliyah reports that a man once asked ‘Ubay b. Ka’b – Allah be pleased with him – for advice. He said:

Take the Book of Allah as your leader (imâm) and be pleased with it as a judge and ruler. It is what your Messenger left amongst you. It will be an intercessor for you. It is to be obeyed. It is a witness never doubted. In it is a mention of you and those before you, and judgment for whatever happens amongst you. And in it is news about you and whatever will come after you.

Al-Dhahabî in Siyar A’lâm Al-Nubalâ’, in the biography of ‘Ubay b. Ka’b




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