Learn Arabic Graded Steps in Qur'an Reading - Students' Edition (Textbook)

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Learn Arabic Graded Steps in Qur'an Reading - Students' Edition (Textbook)

Graded Steps in Qur'an Reading - Students' Edition (Textbook) Graded Steps in Qur'an Reading - Students' Edition (Textbook) with Arabic text only.

This carefully graded book with 48 Units covers the elements of reading the Arabic script and reading the Qur'an in the 'UTHMANI SCRIPT. The 'Uthmani script is excellent for teaching/learning the rules of tajwid or precise Qur'anic recitation. The script is the one used in the Madinah Mus-haf, superbly calligraphed by the Damascene calligrapher, 'Uthman Taha.

Each Unit and each line of Graded Steps in Qur'an Reading is numbered. This makes it easy for class teaching and to follow the accompanying CDs or audio cassettes. Short surahs and du'as or supplications on the Qur'an are also included.

A note on the 'uthmani script and Qur'an recitation Beautiful Quranic recitation comes from the precision of the science of linguistics, the artistic range of the human voice, and the awe of knowing the Source of this sacred text.

The best way to learn to recite the Qur'an properly is to listen to a good reciter, then recite and have your recitation checked by a good reciter. But knowing the features of the 'Uthmani script, as it clarifies the rules of Tajweed, makes precise and beautiful recitation easier. With the wide availability of the Madinah Mus-haf elegantly written in the Uthmani script by the Damascene calligrapher 'Uthman Taha, this script is the standard for clarity and precision for the proper reading of the Quran. Graded Steps in Quran Reading (GSQR) seeks to make the Uthmani script more accessible and easy to use. Its eight carefully graded sequences of Units cover letter recognition and the vowels and signs of reading the Arabic script.

From the first Quick Start Unit, those absolutely new to the Arabic script will be amazed by how quickly they can become familiar with the basic features of the Arabic script. Graded Steps in Quran Reading shows that the rules of Tajweed are there to make pronunciation easy, naturally free-flowing, and beautiful.

About The Authors

Abdul Wahid Hamid

Born in Trinidad in 1943.  His best-selling Islam: The Natural Way has been translated into several languages including French, Spanish, Turkish, Bossanski, Urdu, and Malay.

Earlier publications include a pioneering course for the teaching of Qur’anic Arabic and life histories of the Companions of the Prophet based on original Arabic sources. He has edited several books including The Makkan Crucible by Zakaria Bashier, Pondering the Qur’an translated from Urdu by M. S Kayani and The Quest for Sanity – reflections on September the 11th and the Aftermath, published by the Muslim Council of Britain.

Before arriving in Britain in 1964, AbdulWahid was a primary school teacher and a student at Al-Azhar in Cairo. In London, while doing further ‘A’ levels in Latin and History, he joined the Labour Party but left in disgust at Harold Wilson’s Rhodesia policy.

Abdul Wahid Hamid studied Middle East history and Arabic at the School of Oriental & African Studies, University of London. As a student, he was president of the London Islamic Circle, general secretary of the Federation of Students Islamic Societies in the UK and EIRE, editor of its monthly publication The Muslim, a member of the team that launched Impact International in 1971 and was active in community work, in both Trinidad and Britain.

He was involved in founding and developing The Muslim Council of Britain (MCB). He was a member of the MCB panel that presented evidence to the House of Lords Select Committee on Religious Discrimination in October 2002.

He was responsible for the major refurbishment of the Rabitah Centre and Mosque, Goodge Street, Central London under the supervision of the architect Ayyub Malik and the graphic designer Zafar Malik. Zafar Malik has provided the graphic design for most of MELS publications.

His career has included work as a university lecturer and an educational consultant in Saudi Arabia and the teaching of Qur’anic Arabic in London, Chicago, Toronto, Trinidad, Bahrain and South Africa.

About The Publisher

MELS – Muslim Education and Literary Services

MELS – Muslim Education and Literary Services Established in 1980

MELS is a publishing company that aims to produce quality books and educational materials on Islam, the Qur’an, Qur’anic Arabic and Muslim heritage for the benefit of Muslims and others.

MELS specialises in the following areas:

  • Learn to Read & Write the Arabic script
  • Learn Qur’an reading
  • Learning Qur’an
  • Arabic grammar & structure
  • Islamic books
  • Muslim history and heritage

Additional Product Information

  • ISBN 13: 9780948196195
  • ISBN: 10: 9780948196195
  • ISBN: 9780948196195
  • SKU 2: TIS
  • SKU 3: 21611
  • SKU 4: 9780948196195
  • MPN: 9780948196195
  • ASIN: 9780948196195
  • EAN: 9619
  • REF.NO: 9619
  • Author: Abu Saalih Bin Ayyub
  • Edited and illustrated By: Abu Saalih Bin Ayyub
  • Publisher: MELS (Muslim Education and Literary Services)
  • Imprint: MELS (Muslim Education and Literary Services)
  • Publication Date: 2022
  • Cover: Paperback / Softcover / Paperboard / Softbound
  • Format: Paperback / Softcover / Paperboard / Softbound
  • Binding: Paperback / Softcover / Paperboard / Softbound
  • Pages: 294
  • Dimensions: 21x15 cm Approx
  • Weight: 294g
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