Thursday, September 8, 2016


LETS LEARN QURANat GatewaytoQuran

Our Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) says in his hadith;
“The best amongst you is he who learns the Qur’an and teaches it.” (Bukhari, Fadhail ul Qur’an, 21)
In another hadith;
“A believer, who recites the Qur’an and acts on it, is like an orange (utrujjah) which tastes nice and smells nice. And the example of the believer who does not recite the Qur’an but acts on it is like a date that tastes sweet but has no smell. And the example of the hypocrite who recites the Qur’an is like a sweet basil which smells good but tastes bitter. And the example of a hypocrite who does not recite the Qur’an is like a colocynth (bitter apple) which tastes bitter and has a bad smell.” (Bukhari, Muslim, Nasai and Ibn Majah)
In another hadith;
“The one who reads a single letter from the Book of Allah will be rewarded with one good deed. (Know that) A good deed is multiplied ten times over. I do not say Alif Laam Meem is one letter. Verily, Alif is one letter, Laam is one letter, Meem is one letter.” (At-Tirmidhi)
The Prophet (PBUH) has declared the importance of learning the Qur’an with the above-mentioned statements.
The busy and fast lives that we are leading in this age have caused us to postpone learning to read the Qur’an.
Since some of us are older, it is not as easy to learn quickly as it was in our childhood years. Sometimes this is a hindrance for us to start up.
Even if we want to begin to learn we may have difficulty in finding a tutor in the times that we are available. When tutors are available, we may not always be so…
And sometimes some of us may be too shy to learn something from someone at their age.
Out of all these factors, we think that there is a need for such a website, therefore this website started from this very necessity.
Whatsoever our pretext for not learning Qur’an yet is, we think there is no longer any setback before you. We invite you to experience and enjoy the blessed aura of the Qur’an. We ask from Allah (SWT) to accept our struggle to learn and teach the Qur’an

LETS LEARN QURANat GatewaytoQuran

Friday, January 1, 2016


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Our aim is to make our students learn tajweed (Recitation of the Holy Quran with correct pronunciation and accent) and translation and tafsir of the Holy Quran. We tach those who want to learn Islam and the holy Quran online by way of distance courses.

Sunday, November 29, 2015

Misprinted Qurans Caused A Political Crisis

The Quran is believed to be the exact word of Allah, so leaving a paragraph out when copying it is quite frowned upon. It’s also typically best not to alter words here and there. An even bigger no-no is printing 120,000 copies of your bad copy-paste job and distributing them internationally, as happened with state-issued copies of the holy book in Kuwait in 1999.
The minister for justice and Islamic affairs was the unfortunate person in the firing line when this came to light. He was accused of “trying to disfigure the faith of Muslims” and the result was that the entire Kuwaiti parliament was dissolved. Members of the government’s opposition claimed the misprints were created intentionally to provide an excuse for parliament to be broken up and a new election called.

Monday, August 3, 2015

Miracle Baby

In 2009, Muslims in the Russian Republic of Dagestan flocked to see a nine-month-old boy. Reports claimed that verses on the Quran were appearing spontaneously on the skin of young Ali Yakubov. Thousands visited his home to witness the miracle. Skeptics were keen to point out the fact this may actually be child abuse but with wider implications.
Ali’s father is a policeman in a region heavily impacted by Islamist extremism. The police and security services are a popular target for terrorist groups in the region, and the local mayor was quick to suggest that the writing was a sign from Allah that religion shouldn’t be taken too far. As his mother put it, “Allah is great and he sent me my miracle child to keep our people safe.” Unfortunately, four years on, the Islamist insurgency in Dagestan continues.

Tuesday, July 28, 2015

The World’s Biggest Hand written Quran

In 2008, Sayeed Najmul Hasan Chishti from India took the world record for creating the largest handwritten Quran. Then in 2009, the record was being eyed by a teenager writing for 12 hours a day to produce a Quran 3,000 meters (about 1,000 ft) long. If she finished, no one noticed because the world record was taken in 2011 by a Quran in Russia. Weighing 1,763 pounds, this massive book was encrusted in gold and silver and a smattering of precious stones.
After all that effort, it probably hurt when the new world’s largest Quran was unveiled in Afghanistan a couple of months later. Clearly, the quest to have the world’s largest is hard-fought, and a lot of people are putting a lot of effort into claiming it (someone should probably tell them about the 18-meter (60 ft) Quran that is part of a building in South Sumatra). There are a lot of large Qurans, is what we’re saying.

Saturday, September 13, 2014

Quran sayings: Navigation of teacher, parent and children

How to guide young generation?
It is necessary for the teacher to act according to Islamic norms and must have unconditional faith in Allah and their sayings. They must take noble traits to get an understanding in their mind By the Allah. They must have to follow the path Guided be Allah and offer their activities according to Allah’s sake. The objective of their life is to guide the young Islamic generation to the path of Allah. They do not need to think for the special position or to become rich only dedicated towards their objective with their full efforts. Teachers should have the knowledge of the current affairs and also about hereafter. Their knowledge must be serviceable, and they need to avoid disputable and useless part from the content they have. They need to maintain their body clean and practices themselves for other necessary routine activities as nail clipping.

What to do at teaching?
Teachers should include exceptions, practical examples, diagrams, figures and unchanging rules to make their teaching material more interesting and give assignments to enhance their skills. They should measure the level of students and give special attention by repeating the lesson or any other way and teach students according to their mental level. There is no need to cheat them if they do not know answers of the question raised by the student, just confess in front of them ant teach later after knowing. They should ask to the absent student about the reason and appraise the present students. If the student makes mistakes then place of hurting, forgive them and attract them towards their faults and give confession method to overcome from the mistakes. Teachers guard them against harm and discipline them with their deeds and accounts.

How to test?
Teachers must be treating their student accurately and monitor all the activities and movements this I the major responsibility of the teacher. They should appropriate students before mates and reward hard working students. They must guide the students at the time of selecting and changing the subject and ensure that this should be based on their tendency to lead them in correct direction under the supervision of the teacher. Teachers should not take decisions on the basis of partiality and treat every pupil equally. According to Quran, teachers should not fix the time limit to learn anything by the student but after a specific time period must take the feedback from the student to test their memory. They should not finish the lessons till it is not completely understandable and acceptable by the student. They should not inadequately reduce or raise their voice at the time of teaching. If students are hungry or anger or they are ill then teachers should not teach them because this may become harmful situation for both. Teacher should not discuss the issues which were not suited with age and mind of students and do not force mentally disabled students rather treat them with love and special care and do not test them without teaching.