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  • F_R
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    Originally posted by Abu AbdulRahman View Post
    :salams

    A 3-week program if followed strictly, Surah Al-Baqarah will be completely firm by the will of Allah (Guaranteed InshaAllah!):

    First Juzz' - Week one:
    Saturday: 1-25
    Sunday: 1-43
    Monday: 1-59
    Tuesday: 1-74
    Wednesday: 1-91
    Thursday: 1-105
    Friday: 1-123
    Saturday 1-141

    Second Juzz' - Week two:
    Sunday: 142-157 + First juzz' once
    Monday: 142-176
    Tuesday: 142-188 + First juzz' once
    Wednesday: 142-202
    Thursday: 142-218 + First juzz' once
    Friday: 142-232
    Saturday: 142-242 + First juzz' once
    Sunday: 142-252

    Third Juzz' - Week three:
    Monday: 253-262 + First and second juzz' once
    Tuesday: 253-271
    Wednesday: 253-281 + First and second juzz' once
    Thursday: 253-286
    Friday: Whole Surah (Completely Fluent inshaAllah :))

    VERY IMPORTANT: READ ALOUD!
    :wswrwb:

    Do you stick to that? What if life gets in the way? :( my revision routine got lost coz of other deadlines, im revising with teachers and my own personal revision schedule has been affected . I can't do the 1 juzz when i have deadlines etc, so what do i do? An if it's like this now i wonder what'll happen if i memorise more? My revision isn't sooo bad alhamdulilah but i have weak ajza that need work on an im doing that with my teachers. Maybe that's enough for now? An i do half a juzz a day or something?

    What say? May Allah help us and make us sincere ameen
    Last edited by F_R; 05-03-13, 10:14 PM.

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  • Abu AbdulRahman
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    :salams

    A 3-week program if followed strictly, Surah Al-Baqarah will be completely firm by the will of Allah (Guaranteed InshaAllah!):

    First Juzz' - Week one:
    Saturday: 1-25
    Sunday: 1-43
    Monday: 1-59
    Tuesday: 1-74
    Wednesday: 1-91
    Thursday: 1-105
    Friday: 1-123
    Saturday 1-141

    Second Juzz' - Week two:
    Sunday: 142-157 + First juzz' once
    Monday: 142-176
    Tuesday: 142-188 + First juzz' once
    Wednesday: 142-202
    Thursday: 142-218 + First juzz' once
    Friday: 142-232
    Saturday: 142-242 + First juzz' once
    Sunday: 142-252

    Third Juzz' - Week three:
    Monday: 253-262 + First and second juzz' once
    Tuesday: 253-271
    Wednesday: 253-281 + First and second juzz' once
    Thursday: 253-286
    Friday: Whole Surah (Completely Fluent inshaAllah :))

    VERY IMPORTANT: READ ALOUD!

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  • nidaelahi
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    Jazak'Allah Khairan.

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  • nidaelahi
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    Ameen. Jazak'Allah Khairan. Insha'Allah soon :)

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  • Muslim First
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    Originally posted by cooldog View Post
    That is very good mashallah.

    What u can do now, is start going back like 89 , 88 and so on.

    Listen to Al-Husary for the correct pronunciation and read along, do 3-4 ayaat everyday.

    Download the quran app on android, u can play whatever ayaat u want.
    Husary is the man!! yeah bro in sha Allah, make dua for your Brother!!

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  • Muslim First
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    Originally posted by samin62 View Post
    That is more than a lot of people, say Alhamdulilah
    Yeah bro. I had a teacher, but my family started getting on me (they're your typical jahil Muslims) they kept giving me problems because I kept going to the Masjid. Calling me al-qaeda etc, so my situation to learn isn't really that good. I'm honestly getting depressed.

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  • the_middle_road
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    Originally posted by nidaelahi View Post
    My Hifz journey so far 50%

    Assalaamualeikum wa rahmautullahi wa barakatuhu,

    Firstly Jazak'Allah KhaIran for this beautiful thread.

    I,d like to share my journey so far.

    Not so long ago, just over a couple of years or maybe three years back I could not read Arabic. That's when I got introduced to my ustadh who has been leading the taraweeh prayers in the local masjid since over a decade or so.

    Alhumdulillah I started with the Noorani Qaida and worked steadily and consistently thrice a week with him with little or no practice by myself, except for Ramadhaan.

    After having completed my First reading of the Quran I did get a little more fluent and that's when my ustadh slowly encouraged me to memorize some more short. Surahs . I remember clearly I used to dedicate only the 20 minutes after fajr till ishraaq for memorizing 3-4 lines.

    It was beautiful but I really didn't review much and didn't have the firm intention to really become Haafiz.

    Then came the time that I had memorized the 2nd half of juz amma and that was an amazing feeling. Also I had worked to memorize Surah yaseen , mulk, sajdah and dhukkan slowly slowly just like 3-5 lines at a time and whilst listening to the recitation to try to imitate the pauses and breaths.

    Then finally I once read the virtues of Hifz from Fazal e Quran.

    Alhumdulillah last October 2011 I made firm intention to become hafiz and started working to wards it half page a day.

    I slowly increased to 1 page a day and finally reached 15 juz of memorization just a few weeks back.
    now I have paused my memorization for a while as I feel I want to review more and become a strong half hafiz before I go ahead due to the increase in portion for review.

    Alhumdulillah the journey has been beautiful and am looking forward to the road ahead.

    I usually memorize 1 juz a month and mainly memorize fresh pages after fajr n review the same once after Maghreb.
    I recently started reading the pages to be memorized the morning the previous night 10 times and it definitely has helped me memorize 2 pages within almost the same amounts of time. I do not understand Arabic but I do intend to learn that after my Hifz.

    May Allah swt accept it from all of us and grant us the ability to live the Quran till the end. Aameen

    Nida Elahi Khan

    50% Hafiz :)
    Wa alaikum salaam wa rahmatullahi wa barakatuh

    Ma-sha Allah. May Allah ta'ala make you a 100% hafiz, ameen. :)

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  • SpamMod2
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    Originally posted by nidaelahi View Post
    Why arent moderators allowing me to post my journey???
    Your post had been marked as spam, that's why it wasn't showing up, but I've approved it now.

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  • nidaelahi
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    Why arent moderators allowing me to post my journey???

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  • cooldog
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    Originally posted by Muslim First View Post
    90-114.. pretty pathetic.

    That is very good mashallah.

    What u can do now, is start going back like 89 , 88 and so on.

    Listen to Al-Husary for the correct pronunciation and read along, do 3-4 ayaat everyday.

    Download the quran app on android, u can play whatever ayaat u want.

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  • samin62
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    Originally posted by Muslim First View Post
    90-114.. pretty pathetic.
    That is more than a lot of people, say Alhamdulilah

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  • Muslim First
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    Originally posted by cooldog View Post
    How many suwar do u know by heart now?
    90-114.. pretty pathetic.

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  • cooldog
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    Originally posted by Muslim First View Post
    I want to start, but feel like it's too late.
    How many suwar do u know by heart now?

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  • F_R
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    Originally posted by Muslim First View Post
    I've wasted so much time. Usually people start when they're kids at a madrasah etc. My parents neglected me when it came to the deen.. and now here I am, barely getting by
    It's never too late until we meet the angel of death. I started not too long ago an before that the last time I had a teacher was 3/4years before that. It doesn't matter what happened you can start now, purify your intention, ask Allah to help you constantly and take steps. Don't let anyone tell you it's too late. There's this lady who memorised quran at the age of 80/90 I think (check the previous pages) so if she can do it then you defo can!

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  • Muslim First
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    Originally posted by F_R View Post
    Why would it be too late?
    I've wasted so much time. Usually people start when they're kids at a madrasah etc. My parents neglected me when it came to the deen.. and now here I am, barely getting by

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