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

Cleanliness and Washing – Islamic Manners

Cleanliness and Washing – Islamic Manners

The Sunna is to keep perfume and to use it regularly on oneself. Al-Bukhari narrated that Salman Al-Farsi said: the Prophet ﷺ, said ‘Allah will forgive the sins of the past week for he who on Friday will take a bath, cleanse himself, put on his [regular] perfume or any perfume available in house. Then, he goes out [to Jumu’ah prayer] and does not try to separate two friends. Then he prays wherever he could and listens to the Imam.’ If the body became odorous a day or two before Friday, one should not wait till Friday to cleanse the body. We should wash our bodies as soon as it require washing to keep ourselves clean and fresh. To take a bath on Friday is specifically required since a large number of people will be gathering at mosques. However, if our body became dirty or we sweat on a particular day, 7 then, we should take a bath at the end of day or the next morning. This is indicated by a Hadith narrated by Al-Bukhari and Muslim that Abu Huraira said, the Prophet ﷺ, said: ‘It is the duty of every Muslim to have a bath once every week to wash his head and body.’

From ‘Islamic Manners’ by Shaykh Abdul Fattah Abu Ghuddah”

Distinct Muslim Personality – Islamic Manners

Distinct Muslim Personality – Islamic Manners

Islam advocates this etiquette and stresses it so as to perfect the Muslim personality and to bring about harmony among people. There is no doubt that embodying such manners and virtues enhances personal style and qualities, refines personality and brings us closer to the hearts and minds of others. The forthcoming manners and etiquette are central to Islam, its purposes and its aims. Calling it ‘etiquette’ by no means implies that it is marginal to life and social behaviour. It does not mean Muslims have the option of ignoring this code of behaviour, or that it is merely preferable to adhere to it. In pointing out that manners rank higher than deeds, Imam Al-Qarãfi in his book Al-Furwüq said, ‘Learn that a little etiquette is better than a lot of good actions.’ Rwúaim, the righteous scholar, told his son, ‘Oh my son, make your deeds salt, and your manners flour.’ Many good manners with few good deeds are better than many good deeds with few good manners. Even if some of these rules appear to be simple common courtesy, it is important to highlight their significance. Many Muslims commit errors which blemish the Islamic personality, whose purpose is meant to be unique in its beauty, perfection and traits. Our master, the Messenger of Allah ﷺ, directed the blessed companions by saying: ‘You are on your way to meet your brothers, put on a nice dress and fix your riding so you appear distinct among people as a fleck [on a beautiful face]. Allah does not like roughness nor rough manners.’ When the Prophet ﷺ, said: ‘No one will enter Paradise if they have at heart a grain of arrogance.’ A man asked: ‘A man may like his dress to be nice and his shoes nice’ The Prophet ﷺ answered ‘Allah is beautiful and likes beauty. Arrogance is to deny rights and look down at people.’ Shaikh Ibn Taymiyyah said that the beauty that Allah likes includes nice clothes. Hence it could be said that Allah likes all nice things. Therefore, a Muslim ought to be recognized by neat dress, cleanliness and graceful appearance.

 

From ‘Islamic Manners’ by Shaykh Abdul Fattah Abu Ghuddah

Recitation of Murshid al-Mu’een

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, Abd al-Wahid ibn ‘Ashir, summarises in verse the three sciences of Islam, Iman and Ihsan.

The Art of Wudhu

SubhanAllah! Shaykh Khatri demonstrates the prophetic Wudu as taught to him by his teacher with an unbroken chain right back to the Prophet ﷺ

Filmed and original edit by Sidi Aaron Sellars of Zaytuna College in 2000.

Entering or Leaving a House – Islamic Manners

Entering or Leaving a House – Islamic Manners

When entering or leaving a house, do not push the door violently, or slam it shut, or leave it to close by itself wildly. Such actions stand in contrast to the gracefulness of Islam to which you are honoured to belong. Close the door quietly with your hand. You may have heard a Hadith reported by Imam Muslim whereby ‘Aisha (RA) quotes the Prophet ﷺ: ‘Gentleness adorns every act. Its absence will tarnish it.’

From ‘Islamic Manners’ by Shaykh Abdul Fattah Abu Ghuddah

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