Wednesday, February 3, 2016

Halaqa # 45

Rabi Al-Akhar  23, 1437
Tajweed &
Book Club Launch

Year 2
  • 2 Sisters
  • 2 Junior Sisters
Location: Headquarters (upstairs)
Agenda: (please note, we have included many links where you can read in detail more on each subject)

O Allah, bless this Halaqa, allow us to gain, act upon  and share beneficial knowledge. Guide us, forgive our sins and grant us Jannah with our families and loved ones. Ameen

We read Surah Fatihah aloud altogether, then sisters individually read aloud a
few letters/words, ayahs (according to her ability and with the help and encouragement
of her fellow sisters). We read   Surah Al-Maaida from Ayat 96 till Ayat 113.
In sha Allah, this will be an ongoing part of our Halaqa and one day in sha Allah, we will 
have Khatam Quran and begin again.
We jointly read and discussed  the following article:

The book we will be exploring for the few upcoming Halaqas will be  "Don't Be Sad" by Aaidh Ibn Abdullah AlQarni.

Here are links for the book online:
In sha Allah, our first assigned reading will be  pages 26 - 38 (starting with chapter of "Oh Allah," until chapter "Doing good to others gives comfort to the heart."  

To join the Book Club please send a request to Attending the Halaqa is not a prerequisite of the book club. Sisters who don't attend can share their thoughts with the Book Club group via email.
  • NEXT HALAQA and Upcoming Events
Our next Halaqa will be held in two weeks on Thursday Feb.18th, in sha Allah
We will be holding a Hot Chocolate Picnic on Sat. Feb 13th ️from 1:30 to 3:30 in Mississauga in sha Allah.  For more information and to RSVP, click here. In case of severe cold, in sha Allah, we’ll switch to an indoor walk/picnic at Sherway Mall.

We jointly read and discussed  the following article:

The Importance of Tajweed


Tajweed: is the science of the rules of recitation of the Quran.  
Reciting with tajweed means that one is applying the rules of tajweed.  
A related word is “Mujawwad”.
Mujawwad: (adjective)       Example: Al Husari Mojawwad

Tarteel: means reading as the Prophet (PBUH) used to recite and as he was
ordered to by Allah. [wa rattil il-Qurana tarteela] (Muzzammil 4). The tafsir of
this aya (according to Ibn Kahteer) is to recite the Qur’an slowly, making the
letters clear because this is an assistance in understanding and pondering the
meaning of the Qur’an. A related word is “Murattal”. When asked about the
meaning of Tarteel, Ali (Radhiallahu Anhu) replied, ‘It means that the Qur’an
should be recited with Tajweed and with due observance to the rules of Waqf
(pausing or stopping at the end of the verse).’ Tarteel (preciseness wisdom
perfection) is a feature of the Quran as it is said in the ayat:

“And we reveal it ayat by ayat (tarteel). (Al-Furkan.32)   
Murattal (adjective)                Example: Al Husari  

For more examples:  Recite Quran
Sister Winnie came across some websites that in sha Allah you will find useful.
Learn Tajweed Al Huda  ( repeat after a Sister reciting with Tajweed)


Tajweed Series - (7:46) By Wisam Sharieff - Lesson 1

For the expiation of sins, said at the conclusion of a sitting or gathering. To listen to this dua click here

196 - "How perfect You are O Allah, and I praise You. I bear witness
that None has the right to be worshipped except You. I seek Your
forgiveness and turn to You in repentance."

سُبْحـانَكَ اللّهُـمَّ وَبِحَمدِك، أَشْهَـدُ أَنْ لا إِلهَ إِلاّ أَنْتَ أَسْتَغْفِرُكَ وَأَتوبُ إِلَـيْك
Subhânaka l-lâhumma wa bi-hamdika. Ash-hadu an lâ ilâha illâ
anta, astaghfiruka wa atûbu ilayka.

If any of this information was good and true, know that it comes from Allah subhanahu
wa ta’ala.  If there are mistakes we ask for Allah’s Forgiveness and Mercy.

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