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Online Quran Academy

Best Online Quran Academy in Uk

Quran Online Academy is a breathtaking foundation of Online Quran Teaching which empowers New Muslims and Children everywhere in the world to peruse Quran with Tajweed from home. We invite students of all ages and genders to enroll in our programs and learn the blessed book of Allah Almighty. We teach the recitation of Quran (Nazra), the art of recitation (Tajweed), complete hifz (memorization of entire Quran), partial hifz (memorization of specific sections of the Quran), Nurani Qaida, Translation, and daily supplications (duas) with the six proclamations (six kalimas). You are only a single click away from benefiting from our programs.

The teachers at our platform are fully qualified in the art of Tajweed. In addition, all the teachers associated with us have completed their memorization of the Quran. Moreover, our teachers are also experienced individuals who have overseen the memorization of the Quran of several students. Furthermore, the teachers in our programs are reliable and dedicated. They are also at ease with the use of communication technology, electronic devices, and digital means of teaching. Hence, we can assure potential students of the utmost quality of learning and teaching in all programs offered by our organization.

Some Basic Information About Quran

Quran is the book revealed by Allah Almight to Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) through the Archangel Jibraeel (PBUH) in a period of twenty three years. Of these twenty three years, the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) spent the first thirteen years in his hometown, Makkah, and the last ten years in Madinah, a town in the North of Makkah where the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) migrated after the people of Makkah persecuted him and his followers to an unbearable extent. The Quran consists of 6236 verses/ayats which are spread over 114 chapters/surahs. The chapters revealed before the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH)’s migration to Madinah are called Makki surah while the surahs revealed after the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH)’s migration to Madinah are called Madani Surahs. Out of the total 114 surahs, 86 surahs are classified as Makki while 28 are classified as Madani. The Makki surah are short and poetic in style. The verses in Makki surahs often end in rhyming words. The verses in Makki surahs are short too. The Makki surahs generally appear at the end in the Quran despite being revealed before. The Makki surahs do not include many injunctions. Instead, the main topics of these surah are beliefs in the oneness of Allah, the finality of Prophethood, the Hereafter, and heaven and hell. The Madani surahs, on the other hand, are long. The Madani surahs are written in prose mainly. The verses in Madani surahs are also long. he Madani surahs include injunction very frequently because the Muslim community had become independent in Madinah and so could afford to act according to the injunctions of Allah.

The Quran is the last sacred writing of Allah Almighty. The Quran is the never-ending wonder of the Prophet (PBUH). The Quran cannot be distorted, fabricated, corrupted or changed in any form or shape till the Day of Judgement. Allah Almighty has taken the responsibility of protecting the Quran Himself. The Quran has guidance for all walks of life and all situations of human life. It contains laws, injunctions, educational exercises, stories, anecdotes, expressions of counsel, happy news for devotees, and admonitions to skeptics.

How does the Hifz Quran Online program work?

The memorization of the Quran is organized into two simultaneous tasks which are carried out on a daily basis. The first task is the memorization of daily lessons. The second task is the retention of the memorized sections of the Quran.

Each student is assigned a new lesson everyday to memorize. The new lesson depends on the time commitment and the ability of the student to memorize. It can range from a few lines to a few pages. Each day, the student has to learn the daily lesson and the teacher has to make sure to listen to the student’s daily lesson.

In the second step, the student has to retain the sections of the Quran that he or she has already memorized. This is done in two steps. Both these steps are given proper time each day. The first step is called ‘sabqi’ or ‘recently memorized sections’. This includes the sections of the Quran memorized in the last thirty days. A student has to recite these sections in front of the teacher every day in order to consolidate these sections in his mind and heart. The second step is called ‘manzil’ or ‘the distantly memorized sections’. In this step, the teacher divides the memorized sections of the Quran into manzils/parts. A manzil can range from half a juz (one thirtieth of the Quran) to two juz. A student has to recite one manzil/part each day. This ensures that a student retains the entire memorized sections. The manzil recitation is the backbone of retention of the memorized section. Usually, a Hafiz will not cease to recite the manzil even after the completion of the memorization of the entire Quran.