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  • zaidfp
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    Memorising the Qur'an can be easy but that depends on the persons commitments. For example when i did it, I use to go school and college.. so this was my daily timetable

    6.30 -8.00 - hifz class
    8.45 - 3.25 - school [sometimes 4.30]
    5.00 - 7.30 - hifz class

    Then I would eat, do homework and go sleep..

    So for me it was quite tough.. The main thing is avoiding sin though.. A person that avoids sin will find it very easy to remember the qur'an. But obviously what the OP said is correct.

    Majority of students in my area go through this timetable, so it is difficult, especially when you are in year 10/11 and college as you got tons of cw and hw...

    But Allah selects which one of his servants he wants to remember his word

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  • the_middle_road
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    Originally posted by hamza89 View Post
    may allah reward you shaykh and may allah reward you
    Just so it's clear, I didn't write that post. And I'm not Abu Thabit. :p

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  • IbnulQayyim
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    Originally posted by taqwa435 View Post
    is this brother abu thaabit a student at madinah uni? hes been giving classes over paltalk in the summer (i think)
    yes he is

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  • Jenicca
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    Originally posted by hamza89 View Post
    may allah reward you shaykh and may allah reward you
    Ameen :jkk: Akhi

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  • hamza89
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    I think middle road will agree with me the day you get tested and you get ijaza and your sanad is a very tearful day.

    to see the name of the prophet pbuh on that paper , the fact that your now connected to rasuloolah pbuh is very emotional

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    :jkk:

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  • Kas1m
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    Jazakallah! What an excellent thread.

    That is one thing I never done, listen to the recordings but I will do that now by reading this thread. Nice one.

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  • taqwa435
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    is this brother abu thaabit a student at madinah uni? hes been giving classes over paltalk in the summer (i think)

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  • IbnulQayyim
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    u noe brother aboo thaabit too :O

    nice

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  • Islam.07
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    The best way I did it is by listening to it really. And ofcource understanding what you're saying

    Great thread tho.

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  • Hijabistani
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    MAshaAllah and Thank you for that useful information.

    A brother once said his method of memorising was reading the 1st word, then 1st and 2nd word, 1st 2nd 3rd word etc... because of the repitition he learnt the whole quran, mashaAllah.

    I'd love to be a quran hafidh, but need to perfect my tajweed. InshaAllah.

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  • Arsalan
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    :jkk: . Excellent motivational thread. The few longer surahs I have learnt have been through repetition hearing of the ayah and reciting in my salaah. I also confidence to do it and Allah helped me.

    I'm not great at reading Quran , so I learn my surah by ear.
    Last edited by Arsalan; 19-09-10, 09:30 PM.

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  • Medievalist
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    :jkk:

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  • hamza89
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    may allah reward you shaykh and may allah reward you

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  • Foulana
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    JazakAllahu khayrun, excellent thread.

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