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Ijizah Programme

1 Apr 2017

Ijizah Programme

Ijizah Programme al-Azhar quran teaching Quran Ijazzah


Quran Ijazzah linguistically  (لغة) means permission, and its technical (المعنى الإصطلاحي) meaning is the permission to narrate through establishing a chain of narrators. In this course you can have a certification from our certified Imams in Alazhari Quran teaching.
There is Ijazzah of reading, so when you read the whole Quran with tajweed in front of the certified Imam, you will get the certification, i.e the Ijazzah. Another type of Ijazzah is Ijazzah of memorization, if you memorized the whole Quran with Tajweed, and read it with the Imam; read it by heart. You will get your Ijazzah of memorizing.
You can use the Ijazzah for teaching Quran to others.
This course is highly recommended for those who can read Quran with Tajweed or for those who memorize the whole Quran with tajweed.
Tutors in this course are graduated and certified from Al-Azhar University in Egypt. You can start your course at your suitable time. Classes are via voice or video calls with the Imam.

Al Azhar Quran Teaching is now offering an Ijizah course. This course offers Ijizah in reading and memorizing the
Quran. Our certified teachers at Al Azhar Quran Teaching, we help you achieve an Ijizah and be a Qari of the Quran just     as Our Prophet ( Sallahu alayhi wasallam) read with all recitation. 

The IJAZAH is a certificate of the metaphor of the student, who read the entire Koran with the recitation and mastery of the novel or novels authorized, qualified to read it, and obtaining this leave that the reader had contacted the Prophet peace be upon him, and became part of a series of carriers of the Book of God in Sind The Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) is the lamp, and the closer you get to the light of the lamp, the more you will be supervised, Therefore, the scholars are keen on the high standards, and make free money In order to collect these documents.

Quran Ijazzah The IJAZAH is a certificate of the reciter of the reader, and this certificate is a recommendation to the reader for his good performance and the quality of his reading.

And the beholder in the recommendation of the Prophet – peace be upon him – to some of his companions – may Allah be pleased with them – for their good reading and quality is a verbal leave of the good of the wilderness – peace be upon him – for the centuries, and his companions – may God be pleased with them – The written leave shall be considered as a summary and permissible.
Here are some of the texts that indicate what was stated in his statement, including:

1 – What was narrated by al-Bukhaari and Muslim in their Sahihah from Ibn Mas’ood – may Allah be pleased with him – he said: I heard the Messenger of Allah – peace be upon him – say: “Take the Koran from four, from Abdullah bin Masood, Salam, and Maaz, and Abu bin Ka’b.

2 – And what was narrated by the two Shaykhs from ‘Abd-Allaah ibn Mas’ood (may Allaah be pleased with him) said: The Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said to me: “Read the Qur’aan, I said: I read to you and you go down.
3 – What the two Sheikhs also narrated from Anas bin Malik – may Allah be pleased with him – that the Messenger of Allah – peace be upon him – said to my father that God ordered me to read you, he said: God Samani you? He said: God is Samk me, he said, make my father cry “and the word for a Muslim.

These hadiths in their entirety indicate a clear indication of the recommendation of the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) to those companions – may God be pleased with them – to grant them a verbal leave and a supernatural certificate of the best of good for good metaphor Quran Ijazzah

7 Responses

  1. Mohammad Azad

    I studied tajweed of Quran with different sheikhs before but still i think i have not learned enough to say perfect. I want to become a Qari. Please help me.

  2. Dewan Shahed

    I Have completed the memorization of the Qur’an two years ago but having difficulty with tajweed and reviewing, and also need an ijaza

  3. Khawaja Ali

    Asslamulaykum wa rahmatuallahi wa barakahtu

    I became hafiz at a very young age. I want to know if this program will be good for me to revise my Quran and learn how to recite the Quran with more beutiful recition.

  4. Saleeha

    I want my son to be a good qari.
    He knows how to read quran but not with proper tajweed.
    He is 10 years old, also my daughter who is 7
    I want their qirat to be the best.
    Please advise when can they have a trial class.
    JazakAllah

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