Learning Arabic is a little hard for non-Arabs, needless to say, learning how to read the Holy Quran in Arabic is even harder. Experts have developed a method to make it much easier to learn the Holy Quran language, this method is called “Noorani Qaida”.
What is Noorani Qaida?
Noorani Qaida is like when two roads meet and become just one road. It's one way to learn Arabic and the Holy Quran at the same time. Noorani Qaida's method based on learning how to pronounce letters and how to connect these letters to spell a whole word. You get to learn how to read according to sentences quoted from the Holy Quran, that way you govern reading the Holy Quran on your own. It's an efficient method that saves both your time and your effort because sometimes reading the Holy Quran is a little bit difficult for Arabs themselves due to all the stressing signs, the different Hamza rules, the silent and pronounced Alif, and the diacritics.
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Why should you learn Noorani Qaida?
Reciting the Holy Quran becomes easier.
Reading and learning the Holy Quran is something that every Muslim should do. Abu Umamah (may Allah be pleased with him) narrated that the Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessings be upon him) said: "Recite the Qur'an, for it will come as an intercessor for its reciters on the Day of Resurrection." (Sahih Muslim).
If the Holy Quran guards you in the other life, you should guard it in this life by reading correctly and teaching others how to govern Quran recitation.
It includes important Tajweed rules.
Tajweed is the science that includes all the necessities for the protection of the tongue from mistakes and by highlighting the most common mistakes one may do while reciting the Holy Quran. It will help you to read the Holy Quran flawlessly. A'ishah (may Allah be pleased with her) narrated that the Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him) said: "One who is proficient in reciting the Qur'an is associated with the noble, pious (angel) scribes. As for he who stammers when reciting the Qur'an and find it difficult for him, he will be granted a double reward" (Al-Bukhari and Muslim)
It saves you time.
With Noorani Qaida, you won't have to take an Arabic language course before you learn the Holy Quran, you get to do both at once. Arabic is the language of the Holy Quran and reciting the Holy Quran in Arabic gives you a deeper understanding of the semantics, not just the context. 1:1 Live Quran Classes
What will you learn?
You will learn how to pronounce all the Arabic characters separated, which letters are bold, and which are light, according to how you should pronounce these letters while reading the Holy Quran.
Compound letters in Arabic are called (Murakkabat), and this means that more than one letter has joined together to form a compound letter.
Movements or Harakat.
Letters in Arabic are complicated to spell in a certain context, that's why there's something called "Harakat" which teaches us when to read the same letter with "a, e, o" sounds added.
" أَ " this is pronounced "a"
" أُ " this is "o"
" مَ " this is ma
" مِ " this is "me"
" مُ " this is "mo"
Nunnation or Tanween.
Nunnation is about different signs added to the end of words, mostly to adjectives and adverbs, and it's used to distinguish between them.
Sukoon or Jazm.
Sukoon is when you don't add movements, nunnation, or anything to the end of a word.
If you want to know more about Noorani Qaida, Contact Us. We highly recommend it to start learning the Holy Quran language. Your instructor will be an Arabic mother tongue who is certified to teach Arabic as a foreign language. Don't forget that Noorani Qaida is super easy for adults and kids, so bring your kids and start learning now!