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  • veetha
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    I can only say Masha Allah...... Masha Allah....Masha Allah

    I am just starting memorizing. I havent even memorized all surahs in juz 30. But reading this thread encourages me to do better. May Allah make it easy for me.

    Can I ask, is it okay if I memorize Al Quran by listening the recitation of some syaikhs such as Mishary Rashid Al Fasy? My concern is on the tajwid. I just wanna make sure that what I am reciting is correct.
    Last edited by veetha; 23-07-13, 04:22 PM.

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  • F_R
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    How do you huffadh revise your quran ?

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  • the_middle_road
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    Originally posted by shydonkey View Post
    Assalamu Alaykum Warahmatullahi wabarakatu
    Wa alaikum salaam wa rahmatullahi wa barakatuh

    Maybe atleast I can memorise the 30th juz of the Quran ( the short surahs) :S How long would it take ?
    It would depend entirely on you.

    What would be the reward for memorising a juz of the Quran ?
    There's a hadith that says: "Verily he who has nothing of the Quran in his heart, is like a house (which has been) destroyed." So if you know one juz then you will at least be saved from being like the person described.

    Another hadith says that for every letter of the Qur'an a person reads, he gets ten rewards. So if you want, count the number of letters on a page in your Qur'an, multiply it by the number of pages in a juz, and then multiply it by 10. That's how much reward you'd get every time you recite that juz.

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  • shydonkey
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    Assalamu Alaykum Warahmatullahi wabarakatu

    Reading through this thread has left me in awe. MashaAllah I could only dream of doing what you are all doing. May Allah reward you all. I feel so little compared to you all but I'll put my shame aside and ask >.< I'm a regular 18 year old sister, who never had special attention in regards to Quran memorisation as a kid. I don't live in a Muslim country so teachers are hard to find. Maybe atleast I can memorise the 30th juz of the Quran ( the short surahs) :S How long would it take ? What would be the reward for memorising a juz of the Quran ?

    I apologise for my ignorance :( but I love this thread and seeing so much inspiration.

    Jazakallahu Khair

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  • Abdullah Fatih
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    Originally posted by Hamnah View Post
    Does anyone else find revision from the back ajzaa' 21 onwards more challenging that the first few?

    I'm not sure why because I revise these back ones more so than the front ones however I still get stuck.
    ah yes.. the hawaameem

    those surahs give me a rough time

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  • peacepro
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    MashaAllah such inspiring tips from everybody in this thread.
    Doing hifz is easy. I am telling this, from my experience as part of an online academy that teaches hifz.

    One tip I would like to give for memorization of the Quran is that you need to be determined and give time consistently for hifz on the quran and inshAllah with time even you can become a hafiz.

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  • Kas1m
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    Originally posted by Hamnah View Post
    Does anyone else find revision from the back ajzaa' 21 onwards more challenging that the first few?

    I'm not sure why because I revise these back ones more so than the front ones however I still get stuck.
    20 to 25 are very challenging. I don't know what it is though but they are

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  • Hamnah
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    Does anyone else find revision from the back ajzaa' 21 onwards more challenging that the first few?

    I'm not sure why because I revise these back ones more so than the front ones however I still get stuck.

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  • MWarrior
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    Must watch:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?featur...7PCspYU#at=745

    If you don't have much time then watch from around 12:20

    Amazing subhanallah ...

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  • F_R
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    Originally posted by blanchoir View Post
    mashallah..

    theres a feeling or special energy with the Quran, and even the smell..
    There are soo many memories associated with this specific mushaf. Me an my best buddy had the same phones and same mushaf an we'd test eachother and call eachother when we were out an about to test eachother and revise. On the bus the tube masjid, everywhere. Miss that stuff.

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  • blanchoir
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    Originally posted by F_R View Post
    Omg look what my brother finally gave backkkk. I bought it 2years ago or more and he took it for work etc.
    ,
    SubhanAllah memoriesssss.

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    mashallah..

    theres a feeling or special energy with the Quran, and even the smell..

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  • F_R
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    Omg look what my brother finally gave backkkk. I bought it 2years ago or more and he took it for work etc.

    SubhanAllah memoriesssss.

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  • ify
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    :salams

    The Messenger of Allah Muhammad [Peace be upon him] has emphasized the importance of memorizing and preserving the Quran.

    "Whoever reads the Qur'an and memorises it, while he regards what it makes lawful as lawful and its unlawful as forbidden (i.e. he practises according to it), Allah Ta'ala will admit him into Jannah and will accept his intercession on behalf of ten such persons of his family who were doomed to the fire of Jahannam" (Hadith-Tirmidhi).

    "He who learns the Qur'an and practices upon it, his parents will be made to wear a crown on the day of Qiyamah, the brilliance of which will excel that of the sun if the same were within your worldly houses. Hence, what do you think about the person who himself acts upon it?" (Hadith-Abu Dawood).

    "The one who was devoted to the Qur'an will be told on the Day of Resurrection: `Recite and ascend (in ranks) as you used to recite when you were in the world. Your rank will be at the last Ayah you recite." [Hadith- Abu Dawud and At-Tirmidhi].
    [Al Islah Publications].

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  • abc123d
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    I'm starting to memorize short surahs recently (the ones at the end of the Qur'an)...and what i do is i read them with translation (i dont know arabic) as that helps them stick in my head. This is how i memorize them quickly:

    1. Before sleeping i listen to the surah recitation on my phone, keeps it in my head all night and plus i can sleep easily.
    2. Waking up, After fajr i do the same thing.
    3. Finally, after every prayer i go over it 1-3 times.

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  • Abdullah Fatih
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    Originally posted by faatima18 View Post
    Now I do at least 26 reps for almost every page. It’s only 6 more reps, but it has made so much of a difference. When I come back to it days later, it is easy to recall to memory. On top of this, I don’t move my eyes from the page for many of these reps, especially the beginning ones [before I can recite it without looking] and the ones at the end [after I can recite it without looking]. Sometimes, out of habit, I begin to move my eyes away and fill in the blanks from my memory, but staring at the page while reciting has been better so far because this way, you will commit a picture of the page to memory, as well. Before this, I always had a vague picture of what the page looked like, but now with the constant looking, it has not only made the picture clearer but the picture lasts for a long time. I came back to a page once, (maybe after a week without review), and without looking at it I was able to recite almost the entire thing without mistakes because I remembered what the page looked like. Whenever my tongue was approaching the end of an ayah, my mind would show me the first few words of the next ayah.
    reminds of a sheikh that said, when memorizing (qur'an, hadeeth, mutuun etc..) it's best to face a wall, without looking at anything else.. to keep your whole focus on that page and not to look at things that distract.. like he said some ppl like to memorize in gardens , but it actually obstructs a persons ability to memorize although he/she may not realize it

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