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Tajweed Rules of the Quran (3 Part Set) Latest Learning Tajweed Books

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22285
UPC:
9782987456841
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Author:
Kareema Carol Czerepinski
Book By Language:
English
Binding:
Soft Cover
Pages:
284
Size cm:
21X30
Publisher:
Dar Al Khair
ISBN:
9782990593953
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  • Tajweed Rules of the Quran (3 Part Set) Latest Learning Tajweed Books
  • Tajweed Rules of the Quran (3 Part Set) Latest Learning Tajweed Books
  • Tajweed Rules of the Quran (3 Part Set) Latest Learning Tajweed Books
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Tajweed Rules of the Quran (3 Part Set)

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Tajweed Rules of the Quran (3 Part Set) Every single Muslim has to recite Qur'an in Salah but many of us do not realize that reciting the Qur'an correctly, observing the rules of recitation (tajweed) is not an advanced science for expert reciters alone, rather it is an obligation upon each and every one of us whenever we recite the Qur'an. This set of 3 renowned books on learning the Tajweed rules of the Quran will help one to understand the tajwed rules and correct their recitation with the help of a teacher. Insha-Allah. It is also great Islamic schools & Quran teachers to teach their students. The 3 books can also be purchased individually from the links under the related items section below (you can also see more info & sample pages from the individual books there). This is a guide for studying tajweed. The student who uses this book is expected to have a basic grasp of Arabic before starting this course. The student should know all the Arabic letters and vowels and be able to read at an elementary level. This book is either for an English speaking student studying the Qura'an in an Arabic environment, but needing explanation of the Arabic terms in English, or a student studying the explanations of tajweed in English, but learning the basic concepts in Arabic so they may integrate into the Arabic terms and definitions throughout the book, since the science of tajwid is an Arabic science.

 

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