Qur’an قرآن‬- continuous reading



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QUR’AN ( (قرآن‬- Continuous reading

  • QUR’AN ( (قرآن‬- Continuous reading

  • (al-)Qur’ān: The Qur’ān; the last Book of God which He revealed to the Prophet Muhammad,upon him be peace and blessings, as His last and universal Message to conscious, responsible beings

  • (as-)Suhuf (pl. of as-Sahīfah): Scrolls given to some Messengers

  • (as- )Sunnah: The way of God’s Messenger,upon him be peace and blessings.

  • SURAH (سورة)

  • (as-)Sūrah: An independent chapter of the Qur’ān



Definition of Ayah

  • Definition of Ayah

  • (al-)‘Āyah: A manifest sign; miracle; lesson to be taken from an event; each of the Qur’ān’s independent sentences between two points (verses)



Āyātun bayyināt: The signs or messages which are clear in meaning and content (as evidence of the truth)

  • Āyātun bayyināt: The signs or messages which are clear in meaning and content (as evidence of the truth)

  • (al-)Āyat al-Kursīyy: The verse of the Divine Seat of Dominion. It is verse 255 of Sūrat al-Baqarah, which makes God known through some of His Names and Attributes.



(al-)Basmalah:

  • (al-)Basmalah:

  • The phrase, Bismi’llāhir-Rahmāni’r-Rahīm, meaning in (and with) the Name of God, the All-Merciful, the All-Compassionate



(al-)Fard: Any obligatory religious act

  • (al-)Fard: Any obligatory religious act

  • (al-)Farā’id: Plural of al-fard. It is also used to mean the science of sharing inheritance.

  • Fard ‘Ayn: Any act which is obligatory on every Muslim who is mature, healthy, and sane

  • Fard Kifayah: A collective duty of the Muslim community, so that if some people carry it out, no Muslim is considered blameworthy, but if no one carries it out, all incur a collective guilt.



(al-)Hadīth: Communication, narration, word or saying. As a term, it denotes the record of whatever the Prophet (upon him be peace and blessings) said, did, or tacitly approved. According to some scholars, the word hadīth also covers reports about the sayings and deeds, etc., of the Companions of the Prophet, in addition to those of the Prophet himself. The whole body of Traditions is termed Hadīth, and the science which deals with it is called ‘Ilm al-Hadīth.

  • (al-)Hadīth: Communication, narration, word or saying. As a term, it denotes the record of whatever the Prophet (upon him be peace and blessings) said, did, or tacitly approved. According to some scholars, the word hadīth also covers reports about the sayings and deeds, etc., of the Companions of the Prophet, in addition to those of the Prophet himself. The whole body of Traditions is termed Hadīth, and the science which deals with it is called ‘Ilm al-Hadīth.

  • Hadīth qudsī: A saying of God narrated by His Messenger but not included in the Qur’ān



(al-)Mu’min: The Believer. A person who has faith in whatever must be believed in and is a righteous and obedient servant of His

  • (al-)Mu’min: The Believer. A person who has faith in whatever must be believed in and is a righteous and obedient servant of His

  • (al-)Munāfiq: One who is a believer outwardly or professes faith, while one is an unbeliever inwardly and in reality

  • (al-)Mushrik: A polytheist: a person who commits Shirk (see Shirk) – who associates partners with God in His Divinity, Lordship, and Sovereignty, or in any of these

  • (al-)Muslim: One who believes in whatever is to be believed in and practices Islam in his daily life in submission to God; (law) one who professes faith and, as a citizen of a Muslim st ate, joins a Muslim congregation in the Prayer and pays the Zakāh



(as-)Sirāt al-Mustaqīm: The only Straight Path to God, which the Prophet Muhammad, upon him be peace and blessings. demonstrated to humankind and the jinn, and was manifested by way of the Qur’an and Sunnah.

  • (as-)Sirāt al-Mustaqīm: The only Straight Path to God, which the Prophet Muhammad, upon him be peace and blessings. demonstrated to humankind and the jinn, and was manifested by way of the Qur’an and Sunnah.

  • (as-)Sab‘u’l-Mathānī (Sab‘an mina’l-Mathānī): Another name for Sūrat al-Fātihah, meaning the Seven Doubly-Repeated Verses

  • (ar-)Rabb: Lord, Master; the Lord It has three sets of related meanings:

      • Upbringer, Trainer, Sustainer, Nourisher;
      • Lord and Master;
      • He Who directs and controls.




  • 1 بِسْمِ اللهِ الرَّحْمانِ الرَّحِيمِ IN THENAME OF GOD, THEALL-MERCIFUL,THE ALL-COMPASSIONATE

  • 2 الْحَمْدُ للّهِ رَبِّ الْعَالَمِين All praise and gratitude are for God, the Lord of the worlds,

  • 3 الرَّحْمـانِ الرَّحِيمِ The All-Merciful, the All-Compassionate,

  • 4 مَالِكِ يَوْمِ الدِّينِ The Master of the Day of Judgment.

  • 5 إِيَّاكَ نَعْبُدُ وإِيَّاكَ نَسْتَعِينُ You alone do We worship, and from You alone do we seek help.

  • 6 اهدِنَــــا الصِّرَاطَ المُستَقِيمَ Guide us to the straight path.

  • 7 صِرَاطَ الَّذِينَ أَنعَمتَ عَلَيهِمْ غَيرِ المَغضُوبِ عَلَيهِمْ وَلاَ الضَّالِّينَ The Path of those whom You have favored, not of those who have incurred (Your) wrath (punishment and condemnation), nor of those who are astray.

















The Prophet (sallAllahu alayhi wasallam) said,

  • The Prophet (sallAllahu alayhi wasallam) said,

  • I will teach you a Surah which is the greatest Surah in the Qur'an…”



Narrated Ibn Abbaas (radiyAllahu anhu):

  • Narrated Ibn Abbaas (radiyAllahu anhu):

  • “While the Messenger of Allah (sallAllahu alayhi wasallam) was sitting with Jibreel (alayhi assalam), he heard a creaking sound above him. Jibreel looked up and said,

  • “This is the sound of a gate that has been opened in heaven today and has never been previously opened.”

  • Then an Angel descended through it and came to the Prophet (sallAllahu alayhi wasallam) and said,

  • “Rejoice in the good news of two lights that have been given to you such as no prophet before you has been given.

  • [They are] Surah al-Fatihah and the concluding [two] Ayat of Surah al-Baqarah. You will never recite a word from them without being given the blessings they contain."

  • [An-Nisaee and al-Haakim]



Opening Surah in the Qur’an

  • Opening Surah in the Qur’an

  • Beginning of book

  • Commanded to recite 17 times a day

  • Every Surah in Qur’an is related to Surah al-Fatihah

  • This Surah explains the whole Qur’an



With its marvelously brief and comprehensive words, it balances praise and petition perfectly, and it establishes four main themes or purposes of the Qur’ānic guidance.



  • Allah SWT says, “I have divided the prayer (Al-Fatihah) between Myself and my slave equally and My slave shall be granted what he asked for.”









11 points

  • 11 points

  • to remember from Surah al-Fatihah

























Iyyaka na budu wa iyyaka na’stayeen The collective aspect refers to

  • (i) the individual person with all the systems and cells of his/her body,

  • (ii) the group(s) of believers who have come together at any place or time to worship God, and

  • (iii) to the whole body of believers throughout the world who have turned to the Ka‘bah to worship.




























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