Introducing Tarteel Online

Introducing Tarteel Online

World Class Memorisation at Home

16th  SEPTEMBER, 2017

We’re happy to bring you some news about the site. We’ve partnered up with Tarteel Online, an online Qur’an teaching academy.

Tarteel Online is, as the name suggests, an online Qur’an academy for hifdth training and Qur’an reading. Founded by Saiyyidah, futurist and international trainer; Idris, ex-deputy head teacher of a private, Islamic School in London and digital strategist; and Shaykh Mostafa Ahmed Mostafa Soliman, owner of a successful madrassa in Cairo with ijazah in all 10 qira’at of Quran from Shaykh Dr. Ahmed Al-Ma’sarawi, and Al-Azhar University.

The principle behind Tarteel Online is that in today’s world we are overloaded with information and resources on where to learn; how to read and memorise the Quran but many are still lacking in direction. Tarteel Online enables you to know where you are and where you are going, and then gives you the required practical steps through one-to-one teaching support and motivation based on Islamic principles.

One to One Classes

Tajweed and Qira’at

We do this through our online platform and one-to-one and group classes.

“Tarteel Online enables you to know where you are and where you are going, and then gives you the required practical steps through one-to-one teaching support and motivation based on Islamic principles”

What sets them apart from other Qur’an online schools is that all of their teachers have a high standard of ijazah to teach Quran, an ability to speak a good standard of English and are trained and experienced in teaching Qur’an to non-Arabic speakers. Besides being qualified professionals in teaching Qur’an, our teachers have extensive experience in teaching Makharij, Tajweed, Qira’at and hence the correct way of reciting and memorizing Qur’an.

“Tarteel Online enables you to know where you are and where you are going, and then gives you the required practical steps through one-to-one teaching support and motivation based on Islamic principles”.

What sets them apart from other Qur’an online schools is that all of their teachers have a high standard of ijazah to teach Quran, an ability to speak a good standard of English and are trained and experienced in teaching Qur’an to non-Arabic speakers. Besides being qualified professionals in teaching Qur’an, our teachers have extensive experience in teaching Makharij, Tajweed, Qira’at and hence the correct way of reciting and memorizing Qur’an.

 

Learn the 10 Qira’at

Their teachers are well trained to handle children and adults in order to create a comfortable environment for them so that they can learn Qur’an without hesitation.

Find out more about their classes here.

40 HADITH
The 40 Hadith, compiled by Imam Nawawi
JUZ ‘AMMA

A resource to help you memorise Juz ‘Amma

TAJWEED
Learn Tajweed with Shaykh Yasir Qadhi

Hadith 2 of Al-Arba’in of Imam Jalal ad-Din as-Suyuti

Hadith 2 of Al-Arba’in of Imam Jalal ad-Din as-Suyuti

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JULY, 2017

40 Hadith of Imam Jalal ad-Din as-Suyuti

مَنْ أَحْدَثَ فِيْ أَمْرِنَا هَذَا مَا لَيْسَ مِنْهُ فَهُوَ رَدٌّ

 

 

If anyone innovates anything in this concern of ours which is not part of it, it is to be rejected.

[An-Nihaya 2:213]

Anything in the din of Islam that is not based on or supported by a proof in the Shari’a is to be rejected. The din is perfect, and one is encouraged to be concerned with it (see Ibn Daqiq al-‘Id’s Sharh al-Arba’in an-Nabawiyya). AhdathaHadath is a new and objectionable thing which is not customary or known in the Sunnah  (An-Nihaya fi Gharib al-Hadith wa ‘l-Athat 1:351).  Radd: i.e. rejected. It is said that a thing is rejected if it is contrary to what the people of the Sunnah have. Radd is a verbal noun which describes it (an-Nihaya 2:213)

‘Practical application’ is the common theme in Imam Jalal ad-Din as-Suyuti’s collection of hadiths. Whether on questions of legal judgment, virtuous action, or asceticism, you will find lessons that can be applied to many situations.

Imam Jalal ad-Din as-Suyuti was a towering ninth century Egyptian scholar and is considered the reviver of his era. He was a prolific writer and has over 600 titles to his name, many of which are encyclopedic in nature and cover almost every science of his day. He travelled extensively to gather hadith, including Morocco, Chad, Syria, the Hijaz, Yemen as well as India.

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إِنّّما الأَعْمَالُ بِالنِّيَّاتِ

 

 

Drawing near to Allaah Almighty is achieved through sincerity in the din for the sake of Allaah. The place of intention is the heart. Worship is only valid when accompanied by an intention. People vary in their obedience to Allaah and taqwa, not according to time and place. Intention (niyya) means the aim of the heart.

[Gharib al-Hadith 2:443]

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Al-Murshid al-Mu’een

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Lesson 4 of Al-Murshid al-Mu'een

by Shaykh Hamza Yusuf | Al-Murshid al-Mu'een

You can download an audio here – Lesson 4

Al-Murshid al-Mu’een – the Concise Guide to the Basics of the Deen – is a widely recognised primary text for learning Islam in North Africa. In it the author, Sidi Abd al-Wahid ibn ‘Ashir, summarises in verse the three sciences of Islam, Iman and Ihsan. The first section of the poem deals with matters of creed. The second portion covers the pillars of Islam. The last portion deals with the science of spiritual development and behavioral refinement which was traditionally known as Sufism (Tasawwuf).

Sidi Abdul-Wahid b. Ahmad b. ‘Ashir died in the year 1040 AH. His text has been memorized and taught for the past 400 years by Malikis. The text possesses a wealth of knowledge and other benefits that the common Muslim cannot dispense with.

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Lesson 5 of Matn al-‘Ashmawiyyah – Obligatory, Sunnah and Virtuous Acts of Ghusl

Lesson 5 of Matn al-‘Ashmawiyyah – Obligatory, Sunnah and Virtuous Acts of Ghusl

Matn al-‘Ashmawiyyah

27th June, 2017

Ghusl

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Matn

al-‘Ashmawiyyah.

Purification – Obligatory, Sunnah and Virtuous acts of Wudu

You can download an MP3 of this lesson here: Lesson 4 – Obligatory, Sunnah and Virtuous Acts of Wudu

You can download a PDF of the english text here: Matn al-Ashmawiyyah

 

Lesson Notes:

The fara’id (compulsory) acts of wudu are seven.

1. Niyyah (intention) when washing the face.1
2. Washing the face.2
3. Washing the hands to (including) the elbows.3
4. Wiping the whole head.4
5. Washing the feet to (including) the ankles.5
6. Al-Faur (Uninterruptedly)6
7. Ad-Dalk (Rubbing)7

It is also obligatory while washing your face that you penetrate through your beard if the hair of your beard is light to the point that you can see the skin underneath. However, if it is too much or thick then it is not obligatory to penetrate through it. Similarly, it is obligatory, while washing the hands that you wash between the fingers according to the mashhuur (the prominent position in the madhhab)

The Sunnah acts of wudu are eight:

1. Washing the hands to the wrist at the beginning.8
2. Rinsing out the mouth.
3. Slightly inhaling the water.
4. Exhaling; blowing water out of the nose.
5. Returning the wiping of the head (to the front).
6. Wiping the ears; outside and inside.
7. Renewing the water for wiping the ears.
8. Following to order of fara’id (obligatory) acts.

The fada’il (meritorious) acts of wudu are seven:

1. Saying ‘bismillah’
2. Doing wudu in a clean place
3. Using minimum amount of water without any specific limit
4. Placing the water container on the right hand side if it is open (on top)
5. To wash twice or thrice after having done the first time
6. Beginning from front of the head (when wiping it)
7. Siwak (brushing the teeth)

And Allah knows best.

Footnotes:

1.It is mentioned that the niyyah is to be observed just before washing the face since it is the first obligatory limb to be washed from amongst the obligatory limbs, however, it is highly recommended to make it at the onset and maintained until the washing of the face. The niyyah is not to be said out loud, it is in the heart. Also, it is not any specific utterance or wording. It suffices that you become fully aware that you are intending to remove hadath (impurity) in order that you may enter into a state in which it is permissible to pray, to touch the Qur’an, etc.
2 The face is from the hairline down to the chin and what is between the tragus of the right ear and the tragus of the left ear. It is important that one does not fold the lips pass the makhraj (point of articulation) of the letter (baa) as lips are considered part of the face.
3 The hand is from the finger tips to, in this case including, the elbow.
4 You simply wet your hands and wipe the whole head beginning from the front hairline to the hairline at the back of your head.
5 The feet are washed in their totality including the ankles and nothing beyond. It is equally important to wash between the toes.
6 This means washing the next limb immediately after the previous limb without a very long break in between. A very long while is considered to be the duration long enough for the previous limb to be completely dry.
7 It does not suffice to let water run over your limb, it is obligatory to rub the limbs.
8 One does not dip his hands inside the water container until he has washed the hands by pouring water over and washing them, with the fear of polluting the water which is intended to purify the rest of the limbs.

40 HADITH

The 40 Hadith, compiled by Imam Nawawi

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A resource to help you memorise Juz ‘Amma

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