Holy Quran Recitation Remuneration and Online quran Reading

 The important note from quran blog the main duty of every Muslim to learn Holy Quran recitation to build our life according to Islam and enhance the knowledge through learning quran online because Holy Quran teaches us the way of life and is the last testimony and is a book of ALLAH; live quran reciters  from top quran reciter online   also you and your kids can read quran online as well and very easy way plz support us by spreading the word of Allah

and he has sent this book to tell people what he wants for them. We should obey him and stop ourselves from the thing he wants to be. Almighty ALLAH has showered his blessings to us and on the daily basis you can get his blessings and make your life perfect by recitation of Holy Quran. Holy Quran and its Reasons of Acceptance towards Non Muslims.

 

ALLAH has given countless remuneration for the recitation of Holy Quran. Holy Quran is a miracle of ALLAH and a guide for us. So its recitation and translation is a necessary deed for every Muslim to understand its meaning.

 

Each and every problem in this world has a solution in learn Holy Quran. Recitation of Holy Quran will make you closer than ALLAH and he will make you protect from the fire of hell and cherishment of grave. He will forgive you for your sins and will bless you. This in turn will increase your love and believe for ALLAH which is the only path for heaven.

People are nowadays moving to the internet for each and every purpose. There are so many companies in the internet who offers online recitation of Quran. This makes very easy for a person to recite Quran daily. Also for the people from non Muslim countries can also use these services and understand the Islam and Quran.

Advertisements

Leave a comment

Filed under holy quran, islam and westren socity, quran online, quran reciter, reading quran, Uncategorized

reading and Reciting Holy Quran to understand it

 

today and intrestintg topic that we are going to discuss its is about reading quran and Reciting Holy Quran to understand it,  Ramadan is the month when the beautiful the Holy Quran has been revealed. A miracle by the creator of the worlds, Allah (SWT). Should we not glorify him by reading the gift he has sent down for us and learn arabic quran by heart  to feel the power of it and learn is with transltion to understand it and let our heart fill will tears of glorry and wsh away our sins  “Will they not meditate on the Quran, or are there locks on the hearts”, read Holy Quran, Surah Muhammad, Verse 24.

Every year, we cycle through ten, twenty “New York Times Bestseller Books”, we read them, enjoy them and pick up a new one, but how often do we spend on contemplating the Quran? There is etiquette in reading Quran, and the highest form of reading Quran is pondering over the meanings of its verses. Not just reading from the surface, but looking deep, verse by verse, with the help of given tafseer. Recitation and deliberation of Quran reduces scattered thinking, producing better concentration for your Salaat and daily life.

To reflect on each verse of Quran, should take a while. When you approach the ayat “Have you observed the water which ye drink?”, Holy Qur’an (56:68), you should take into consideration the many ways which water is used. How it is in life forms, how it is necessary for life, how it was scarce on the days of Ashura for Imam Husayn and the believers, how it is scarce in areas of poverty. How water flows across the earth, how it sustains life, and how it can affect the lives of people in floods, hurricanes, and disasters.

The Quran is so much more than the words on the page that we read, and hear. The holy Quran is a history, a guide and a truth. It is a reality that has been bound into a book. A person is protected by a few verses of supplication, and another is granted his wishes. The mere act of supplication brings benefits to an average Muslim, so imagine the benefits one gets when they inquire about each verse they recite.

Do remember that true understanding of the Quran takes much studying, and is better known to a person who stays away from sinning and does good deeds. We can only scrape the surface, unless we learn from our Marajah, and other Islamic teachers. Understanding of the Quran leads to acknowledgment of its splendor which then allows the reader to think further of how wonderful his creator is. One who attains knowledge from reading the Quran, feels as though he has left the darkness and walked into the light of the informed, and onto the right path that Allah has put for us.
BlogCatalog
 

Leave a comment

Filed under reading quran

The Journey of Life through quran recitation

The Journey of Life through Quran Recitation

 

The Qur’an is the word of the Ever-living God; it has been sent down to guide man for all times to come. No book can be like it. As you come to the Qur’an, Allah speaks to you. To read the Qur’an is to hear Him, even to converse with Him, and to walk in His ways. It is the encounter of life with the Life-giver. ‘God – there is no god but He, the Ever-living, the Self-subsisting (by whom all subsist). He has sent down upon you the Book with the Truth … as a guidance unto mankind …’ (Al ‘Imran 3: 2-3).

For those who heard it for the first time from the lips of the Prophet, blessings and peace be on him, the Qur’an was a living reality. They had absolutely no doubt that, through him, Allah was speaking to them. Their hearts and minds were therefore seized by it. Their eyes overflowed with tears and their bodies shivered. They found each word of it deeply relevant to their concerns and experiences, and integrated it fully into their lives. They were completely transformed by it both as individuals and as a corporate body – into a totally new, alive and life-giving entity. Those who grazed sheep, herded camels and traded petty merchandise became the leaders of mankind.

Today we have the same holy Quran with us. Millions of copies of it are in circulation. Day and night, it is ceaselessly recited. In homes, in mosques, and from pulpits. Voluminous exegetical works exist expounding its meaning. Words pour out incessantly to explain its teachings and to exhort us to live by it. Yet eyes remain dry, hearts remain unmoved, minds remain untouched, lives remain unchanged. Ignominy and degradation appear to have become the lot of the followers of the holy Quran. Why? Because we no longer read the Qur’an as a living reality. It is a sacred book, but it tells us something of the past only, concerning Muslims and Kafirs, Jews and Christians, the faithful and the hypocrites, who ‘once upon a time used to be’.

Can the Qur’an, again, be a living, relevant force, as powerful for us now, 1400 years away, as it was then? This is the most crucial question that we must answer if we wish to shape our destiny afresh under the guidance of the Qur’an.

There appear, however, to be some difficulties. Not least of which has to do with the fact that the holy Quran was revealed at a certain point in time. Since then we have traveled a long way, made gigantic leaps in technological know-how, and seen considerable social changes take place in human society. Moreover, most of the followers of the holy Quran today do not know Arabic, and many who do have, little idea of the ‘living’ language of the Qur’an. They cannot be expected to absorb its idiom and metaphor, so essential to exploring and absorbing the depths of the Qur’anic meaning.

Yet its guidance, by its own claim, has an eternal relevance for all people, being the word of the Eternal God.

For the truth of this claim, it seems to me, it must be possible for us to receive, experience, and understand the Qur’an as its first recipients did, at least in some measure and to some degree. We seem to almost have a right to this possibility of receiving God’s guidance in its fullness and with all its riches and joys. In other words, despite the historical incidence of the revelation in a particular language at a particular time and place, we should be capable of receiving the Qur’an now (because its message is eternal), capable of making its message as much a real part of our lives as it was for the first believers and with the same urgent and profound relevance for all our present concerns and experiences.

But how do we do this? To put it very forthrightly, only by entering the world of the Qur’an as if Allah were speaking to us through it now and today, and by fulfilling the necessary conditions for such an encounter.

Firstly, then, we must realize what the holy Quran as the word of God is and means to us, and bring all the reverence, love, longing, and will to act that this realization demands. Secondly, we must read it as it asks to be read, as Allah’s Messenger instructed us, as he and his Companions read it. Thirdly, we must bring each word of the Qur’an to bear upon our own realities and concerns by transcending the barriers of time, culture and change.

For its first addressees, the holy Quran was a contemporary event. Its language and style, its eloquence and rationale, its idiom and metaphor, its symbols and parables, its moments and events were all rooted in their own setting. These people were both witnesses to and, in a sense, participants in the whole act of revelation as it unfolded over a period of their own time. We do not have the same privilege; yet, in some measure, the same ought to be true for us.

By understanding and obeying the Qur’an in our own setting, we will find it, as far as possible, as much a contemporary event for ourselves as it was then. For the essence of man has not changed; it is immutable. Only man’s externalities—the forms, the modes, the technologies – have changed. The pagans of Mecca may be no more, nor the Jews of Yathrib, nor the Christians of Najran, nor even the ‘faithful’ and the ‘unfaithful’ of the community at Madina; but the same characters exist all around us. We are human beings exactly as the first recipients were, even though many find it extremely difficult to grapple with the deep implications of this very simple truth.

Once you realize these truths and follow them, once you come to the Qur’an as the first believers did, it may reveal to you as it did to them, make partners of you as it did of them. And only then, instead of being a mere revered book, a sacred fossil, or a source of magic-like blessing, it will change into a mighty force, impinging, stirring, moving and guiding us to deeper and higher achievements, just as it did before.

The New World that Awaits You

As you come to the holy Quran, you come to a new world. No other venture in your life can be so momentous and crucial, so blissful and rewarding, as your journey to and through the Qur’an.

It is a journey that will take you through the endless joys and riches of the words that your Creator and Lord has sent to you and all mankind. Here you will find a world of untold treasures of knowledge and wisdom to guide you on the pathways of life, to mould your thoughts and actions. In it you will find deep insights to enrich you and steer you along the right course. From it you will receive a radiant light to illumine the deeper reaches of your soul. Here you will encounter profound emotions, a warmth to melt your heart and bring tears running down your cheeks.

It is crucial for you because, as you travel through the holy Quran, at every step you will be summoned to choose, and to commit to Allah. To read the Qur’an is nothing less than to live the Qur’an willingly, sincerely, devotedly, and totally. The outcome of your entire life depends on how you heed the call given by God. The journey is therefore decisive for your existence, for mankind, for the future of human civilization.

A hundred new worlds lie in its verses.
Whole centuries are involved in its moments.

Know, then, that it is the Qur’an, and only the holy Quran, which can lead you on and on to success and glory in this-world and in the world-to-come.
BLOG DIRECTORY, Submit blog free, Promote Blog, Best directory
 

Leave a comment

Filed under holy quran, quran online, quran reciter

Ruling on taking part in building a resort village

Ruling on taking part in building a resort village
I work as a civil engineer in a company that takes on major contracts. The company has asked me to travel to a large resort city to build a resort village there. What is the ruling on that? Please note that I will lose my job if I refuse. May Allaah reward you with good.

From quran reciter blog

To all Muslim we should listen to Quran  and try to  learn Quran online  as if we could and it is must for us to read Quran online, and availing the knowledge of   quran online more articles can be found under Quran Blog a recource full collection of hadith bukhari shrif and a Quran reciter can be availed to listen the holy Quran recitation

End from holy quran reciter blog

 

Praise be to Allaah.
 

 

It is well known that building a resort village involves a
number of things that go against sharee’ah, such as making it easy for
people to indulge in mixing, wanton display, unveiling, nakedness, alcohol,
riba (usury) and many other things that are known to those who work in this
area. 

The resort villages in your country, especially in the area
mentioned, are well known for the many haraam things that go on there.  

As that is the case, taking part in building these resorts or
helping in that comes under the heading of cooperating in sin and
transgression. Allaah says (interpretation of the meaning): 

“Help you one another in Al‑Birr and At‑Taqwa (virtue,
righteousness and piety); but do not help one another in sin and
transgression”

[al-Maa’idah 5:2] 

If a person sits with
those who are committing sin and does not condemn it, then he bears the same
burden of sin as they do, just for sitting with them. Similarly the one who
sits with those who mock the signs (or verses) of Allaah bears the same
burden of sin as they do, even if he does not mock with them, as Allaah says
(interpretation of the meaning):  

“And it has already
been revealed to you in the Book (this Qur’aan) that when you hear the
Verses of Allaah being denied and mocked at, then sit not with them, until
they engage in a talk other than that; (but if you stayed with them)
certainly in that case you would be like them. Surely, Allaah will collect
the hypocrites and disbelievers all together in Hell”

[al-Nisa’ 4:140] 

If this is the case of
one who sits with them, then how about one who helps them to build the
houses in which they will commit evil and disobey Allaah, or houses in which
they will mock the signs of Allaah and so on! 

You have to advise your
bosses that what they are doing is haraam, and that they are partners in
sin. If they do not respond, then excuse yourself from doing this work for
any reason. For example, you could ask them to transfer you to another site where something permissible is being built, or you could say that it is too far away, or you could take an official holiday. 

If you cannot do that – but we do not think that the matter will go that far, in sha Allaah – then look for another job. I ask Allaah to help you to do the right things, for the burdens of this world are lighter than the punishment of the Hereafter.

And Allaah knows best.

From quran reciter blog

To all Muslim we should listen to Quran  and try to  learn Quran online  as if we could and it is must for us to read Quran online, and availing the knowledge of   quran online more articles can be found under Quran Blog a recource full collection of hadith bukhari shrif and a Quran reciter can be availed to listen the holy Quran recitation

End from holy quran reciter blog

Leave a comment

Filed under quran reciter

He wakes up a quarter of an hour before sunrise and delays purifying himself because of waswaas; can he do tayammum?

 

He wakes up a quarter of an hour before sunrise and delays purifying himself because of waswaas; can he do tayammum?
If someone with OCD or waswasah wakes up 15mins before sunrise can he perform tayamum if wudoo usually takes him 30 mins and ghusl takes him 2hrs and forming his intention for prayer takes about 5 mins?

From quran reciter blog

To all Muslim we should listen to Quran  and try to  learn Quran online  as if we could and it is must for us to read Quran online, and availing the knowledge of   quran online more articles can be found under Quran Blog a recource full collection of hadith bukhari shrif and a Quran reciter can be availed to listen the holy Quran recitation

End from holy quran reciter blog

Also, I have read on this website that one doesn’t have to check for urine, after going to the toilet, due to doubt unless he be 100% certain. Therefore, how about checking for madhiy several times a day, since this is released whilst one is unaware and cannot feel it.

 

Praise be to Allaah.

Firstly: 

We ask Allah to heal this brother and grant him well being,
because waswasah is a disease and a problem. 

Secondly: 

If a person wakes up and there is only a quarter of an hour
left until sunrise, this is sufficient time for him to do wudoo’– and even
ghusl – and pray, so it is not permissible for him to do tayammum. 

Similarly, if he wakes up in a state of janaabah and the time
is even less than that, he should do ghusl even if the time for the prayer
ends. See the answer to question no.
94311

This person who is affected by waswasah should fear Allah and
realise that delaying the prayer until the time for it is over is one of the
gravest of major sins; the same is true of praying without being in a state
of purification when one is able to do it. So let him hasten to purify
himself and pray, and let him convince himself that this is the shar‘i
ruling that is binding in his case. Perhaps this will distract him from the
waswasah. 

And Allah knows best.

From quran reciter blog

To all Muslim we should listen to Quran  and try to  learn Quran online  as if we could and it is must for us to read Quran online, and availing the knowledge of   quran online more articles can be found under Quran Blog a recource full collection of hadith bukhari shrif and a Quran reciter can be availed to listen the holy Quran recitation

End from holy quran reciter blog

Leave a comment

Filed under quran reciter

He was sent overseas to study and they gave him a complete salary by mistake

 

He was sent overseas to study and they gave him a complete salary by mistake
I have been sent overseas to study and I am also an employee. The system is supposed to give me half of the salary I get in Saudi, but until now they have been giving me the salary in full. Please note that I have done everything that is required to tell the company so that they will deduct half of the salary. What should I do? Please note that they may discover that later on, then they will deduct it from future salaries, as happened to my colleagues. Is this money halaal or haraam? Should I tell them about it? Please note that I am worried that the person who made this mistake will be punished.

From quran reciter blog

To all Muslim we should listen to Quran  and try to  learn Quran online  as if we could and it is must for us to read Quran online, and availing the knowledge of   quran online more articles can be found under Quran Blog a recource full collection of hadith bukhari shrif and a Quran reciter can be availed to listen the holy Quran recitation

End from holy quran reciter blog

Praise be to Allaah.

If the system dictates that you should have half of the
salary whilst you are overseas, it is not permissible to you to take
anything more than that. What you have to do is tell those who are in
charge, regardless of whether the person who made the mistake will be
published or not. 

Shaykh Ibn Baaz (may Allah have mercy on him) was asked: I am
an employee working in a government department and sometimes they pay us
overtime without us having worked overtime and without us having attended
for work, and they regard that as a bonus for employees from time to time.
Please note that the head of the department is aware of that and approves of
it. Please advise us, may Allah reward you with good: is it permissible to
take this money? If it is not permissible, what should I do about money that
I have taken in the past, which I have disposed of? May Allah reward you
with good. 

He replied: If the situation is as you have described, that
is wrong and is not permissible; rather it is a betrayal. You have to give
back whatever you have taken in this manner to the state funds. If that is
not possible, that you have to give it in charity to poor Muslims or to
charitable projects; you also have to repent to Allah, may He be glorified,
and resolve sincerely not to do that again, because it is not permissible
for a Muslim to take anything from the bayt al-maal (treasury) of the
Muslims except in legitimate ways that the state knows of and approves of.
And Allah is the source of strength. 

End quote from Fataawa al-Shaykh Ibn Baaz, 19/344 

And Allah knows best.

From quran reciter blog

To all Muslim we should listen to Quran  and try to  learn Quran online  as if we could and it is must for us to read Quran online, and availing the knowledge of   quran online more articles can be found under Quran Blog a recource full collection of hadith bukhari shrif and a Quran reciter can be availed to listen the holy Quran recitation

End from holy quran reciter blog

Leave a comment

Filed under quran reciter

She entered ihraam for ‘umrah, then she decided not to do it. What does she have to do?

 

She entered ihraam for ‘umrah, then she decided not to do it. What does she have to do?
I was in al-Taa’if then I decided to go to Makkah to spend some days there. On the day I was going there, I thought of entering ihraam for ‘umrah and in fact I did ghusl and said, “Labbaayk Allaahumma bi ‘umrah, Labbayk Allaahumma labbayk (here I am, O Allaah, for ‘umrah, Here I am, O Allaah, here I am).” Then before I left the house something occurred to me that made me delay the idea. Because I am a woman, ihraam did not change a lot of things for me (i.e., my dress was no different etc), so I forgot that I had spoken the Talbiyah out loud. I went to Makkah but I did not do ‘Umrah. I spent a few days there, then I went back to al-Taa’if for one day. From there I entered ihraam for ‘umrah and I went to Makkah and did ‘umrah (and I did not remember that I had said the Talbiyah the first time until I said the Talbiyah at the meeqaat the second time). What should I do about that?.

From quran reciter blog

To all Muslim we should listen to Quran  and try to  learn Quran online  as if we could and it is must for us to read Quran online, and availing the knowledge of   quran online more articles can be found under Quran Blog a recource full collection of hadith bukhari shrif and a Quran reciter can be availed to listen the holy Quran recitation

End from holy quran reciter blog

Praise be to Allaah.
   

 

Everyone who enters ihraam for ‘Umrah or Hajj must complete
the rituals even if they are naafil pilgrimages, because Allaah says
(interpretation of the meaning): 

“And perform properly [or complete], the Hajj and ‘Umrah
(i.e. the pilgrimage to Makkah) for Allaah”

[holy quran online al-Baqarah 2:196] 

Whoever intends to enter
ihraam but then does not complete the rituals, with no legitimate shar’i
excuse, has done something that is haraam. 

The scholars of the
Standing Committee said: 

If he has put on the izaar and rida’ (ihraam garments) but he
did not form the intention of starting to do Hajj or ‘Umrah and he did not
recite the Talbiyah, then he has the choice: if he wants he may start Hajj
or ‘Umrah, and if he wants he can abandon the idea. And there is no sin on
him if he has already done the Hajj and ‘Umrah of Islam (i.e., the
obligatory Hajj or ‘umrah). But if he had formed the intention of starting
Hajj or ‘umrah, he does not have the right to cancel that and change his
mind, rather he must complete that for which he entered ihraam in the manner
prescribed in sharee’ah, because Allaah says (interpretation of the
meaning): 

“And perform properly [or complete], the Hajj and ‘Umrah
(i.e. the pilgrimage to Makkah) for Allaah”

[holy quran online, al-Baqarah 2:196] 

Thus it should be clear
to you that once the Muslim has started Hajj or ‘umrah by forming the
intention, he does not have the right to change his mind, rather he must
complete what he has started, because of the verse quoted above – unless he
has stipulated a condition and this obstacle that he feared comes to pass;
in that case he may exit ihraam, because when Dubaa’ah bint al-Zubayr said
to the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him): “O
Messenger of Allaah, I want to do Hajj but I am ill,” he said: “Do Hajj and
stipulate the condition that you will exit ihraam at the point when you
cannot go any further.” Saheeh – agreed upon.  

Fataawa al-Lajnah al-Daa’imah li’l-Buhooth al-‘Ilmiyyah
wa’l-Ifta’, 11/166-167. 

Based on this, the ‘umrah that you did takes the place of the
‘umrah for which you entered ihraam at first. 

With regard to the things that are forbidden in ihraam that
you did during those days, they are forgiven, because it seems that you did
not know that it is forbidden to cancel the intention to do ‘umrah after
forming that intention. 

In the answer to question no.
36522 we have stated that whoever
does one of the things that are forbidden in ihraam out of ignorance or
because he forgot, does not have to do anything (i.e., he does not have to
offer any fidyah). 

Shaykh Ibn ‘Uthaymeen was asked about a woman who entered
ihraam for ‘umrah then she canceled that ‘umrah, and did another ‘umrah a
few days later. Is what she did correct? What is the ruling on what she did
of the things that are forbidden during ihraam? 

He replied: What she did is not correct, because if a person
starts to do ‘umrah or Hajj, it is haraam for him to cancel it unless he has
a valid shar’i reason. Allaah says (interpretation of the meaning): 

“And perform properly [or complete], the Hajj and ‘Umrah
(i.e. the pilgrimage to Makkah) for Allaah”

[holy quran online al-Baqarah 2:196] 

So this woman has to repent to Allaah for what she did, but
her ‘umrah is valid because even though she cancelled it, it cannot be
cancelled. This is one of the unique characteristics of Hajj. Hajj has
unique characteristics that are not present in any other act of worship. If
a person intends to cancel Hajj it does not become cancelled, but if a
person intends to cancel any other act of worship it does become cancelled.
If a person is fasting then he decides to cancel his fast, his fast is
cancelled, and if a person decides to cancel his wudoo’ whilst doing it, his
wudoo’ is cancelled. But if a person is doing ‘umrah and decides to cancel
it, it does not become cancelled, and if he decides to cancel Hajj whilst
putting on the Hajj garments, it does not become cancelled. Hence the
scholars said that the rituals of Hajj and ‘umrah do not be cancelled even
of a person decides to cancel them. 

Based on this we say: this woman is still in a state of
ihraam from the moment she formed the intention until she completes ‘umrah.
Her intention to cancel it does not have any effect, rather she remains in
that state. 

To sum up: with regard to this woman we say that her ‘umrah
is valid, but she should not cancel ihraam again, because if she cancels
ihraam that does not count. 

With regard to the things
she did that are haraam when in ihraam, let us assume that her husband had
intercourse with her at this time, and intercourse when in ihraam is the
most serious of the forbidden things. But she does not have to offer any
fidyah because she was unaware (of the ruling). Every person who does one of
the things that are forbidden in ihraam out of ignorance or because he
forgot or was forced to do it, does not have to do anything (i.e., offer any
fidyah). 

From Majmoo’ Fataawa Ibn ‘Uthaymeen, 21/351. 

And Allaah knows best.

From quran reciter blog

To all Muslim we should listen to Quran  and try to  learn Quran online  as if we could and it is must for us to read Quran online, and availing the knowledge of   quran online more articles can be found under Quran Blog a recource full collection of hadith bukhari shrif and a Quran reciter can be availed to listen the holy Quran recitation

End from holy quran reciter blog

Leave a comment

Filed under quran reciter