Ways of connecting between Surat Al-Baqarah and Surat Aal ‘Imraan

THE FIRST WAY – قَطٰعُ الجَميع (Stop at all of them) In this way, we can stop at the end of the last ayah of the surat Al-Baqarah (take a breath), then recite basmalah and stop (take a breath), and then recite the beginning ayah of the Surat Aal ‘Imraan. Example of قَطٰعُ الجَميع  THE SECOND WAY […]

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Verses with the Obligatory Stop in the Quran آيات الوقف اللازم

The waqf laazim is represented by the sleeping meem (see below) and one must stop at this position. (meem naaimah) . This meem is located above position of waqf laazim. Juz 1 – Surah Baqarah – Verse 26 Juz 1 – Surah Baqarah – Verse 118 Juz 2 – Surah Baqarah – Verse 212 Juz […]

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Aurangzeb – A Muslim Ruler | Protector of Hindu and Jain Temples | Not how the Hindu nationalists describe him

Some Indians today hate Aurangzeb who was the 6th emperor of the Mughal empire. The reason for their hatred? Well, they claim Aurangzeb razed several thousands of Hindu temples to the ground simple because of his hatred towards the Hindus, forced millions of Indians to convert to Islam and engaged in a genocide of Hindus. […]

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Islamic manners of greeting one another

GREETING EACH OTHER Communication is fundamental to human interaction and verbal communication is one of the main forms of human interaction. Through communication we express ourselves, we exchange ideas and thoughts that is a very important part of our lives. Greeting is a means of initiating communication with each other that is used across all […]

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