Online Shia Quran Reading for Beginners is an easy to adopt, fun and interactive series of lessons and basic introduction to reading Arabic. It’s ideal for anyone interested in reading Arabic/Quranic text. Most of the new reverts, kids and non-Arab Muslims do not know Arabic language and they need to learn the basics of Arabic such as learning Arabic letters and diacritics as they are the key elements of learning Quran for beginners. In this course, you will be taught basic Arabic Alphabets from Qaida Nooraniyah and once you will be able to read Arabic alphabets, you will be taught sounds and basic rules to make and read Arabic words and pronounce them correctly, with regular exercise and practice. The course covers approx. 35 lessons depending on every learner’s ability course is designed to finish within 40 days of study.
As to the greatness of the Holy Quran, it will suffice to say that both the Shiite and Sunni scholars have reported the Holy Prophet (SAW) as saying: “Verily, I am leaving among you two weighty (very important) things. You will not go astray after me as long as you adhere to them. One is greater than the other is; the Book of Allah and my household. They will never separate from one another until they shall come to me at the Pond (in Paradise).”
When a teacher teaches a child to recite “Bismillah…” the child, his parents and the teacher are all guaranteed freedom from hellfire. It is narrated that Prophet Isa (a.s.) was once passing by a graveyard and he saw a grave upon which the Wrath and Punishment of Allah (S.w.T.) were descending, so he quietly walked past. When he passed the same place after some time, he noticed that the Mercy and Blessings of Allah (S.w.T.) were being showered on the same grave. He was surprised at this and asked Allah (S.w.T.) about what has happened and it was revealed to him that the man inside the grave was a sinner and was thus being punished for his sins. When he died, his wife was pregnant and soon gave birth to a son. When the boy grew older, his mother took him to a teacher who taught him to recite “Bismillah…” and I felt that it would not be justice that this man’s son was calling My Name and I was punishing his father in the grave.
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