Time & Location
Saturdays 7:15 pm – 8:15 pm
22 May 2021 – 24 July 2021
Delivered online via Zoom.
Recordings of each lesson will be posted within a day. All recordings will remain accessible for the academic year.
This is a twelve-week introduction to the science and art of reciting the Qur'an (tajwid). Students will be taught the etiquettes of recitation, correct articulation of the Arabic sounds, the qualities of letters, and other issues pertaining to the recitation of the Book of God.
The teacher will help students to apply these rules to their own reading and teach students how to self-correct their recitation, based upon what they have learnt.
Due to the intensive nature of the training, only five students will be accepted on the course at any one time.
1) The ability to read Arabic text 2) A commitment to attend all twelve lessons (due to the progressive nature of the course, and the limited number of seats).
About the Instructor
Imam Abrar Hussain Mehmood has served as an imam and teacher at a number of public institutions and Islamic schools throughout Oxfordshire for over a decade. He memorised the Qur'an in Leicester, graduated with an Aalimiyyah Degree from Al Salam Institute in 2012, and received licenses to teach from a number of scholars in the UK, Qatar, Morocco, India, and Pakistan. He is currently specialising in hadith studies and the ten transmitted recitals (qira'at) of the Qur'an, and is an active teacher of the Islamic disciplines to students throughout the UK.