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posted by MomenaMinhas on 12th January 2015 - 0 comments
[url=]Arabic is the 6th most famously known language[/url] throughout the world. It has Semitic origin, and is spoken in three main versions: Classical, the one used in The Holy Quran; Modern Standard Arabic, which is spoken through the world and Colloquial Arabic, which is used in some niches, and is spoken in different dialects. It is quite astonishing how a language that was initially spoken and understood in a small area became the official language of many countries, including USA, all of which is down to Quran. Just like English, which originated from French, and now considered as a universal mode of speech worldwide, Modern Standard Arabic (MSA) has developed from traditional Arabic to accommodate many of the contemporary words and terminologies due to technological advancements, and is taken as a customary tongue instead of its predecessor. All the news reporting, TV programs and newspapers etc. use it as a regular form of communication. Most of us read and listen to Quranic recitation only, and do not know its meaning. This problem could be solved by learning MSA, which has solely evolved from Quranic wordings. Following are some of the possible techniques to learn and master Modern Standard Arabic: Joining some Arabic learning course The very first step to learning a foreign language is to know about its basics first. By opting for any nearby or an online Arabic course, one can make command on its fundamentals like grammar, vocabulary, and most importantly meanings of different signs, which change meanings of similar words. One can take reading, writing, speaking and listening exercises to grab the essentials of MSA. This would help in understanding of the basics of Quran as MSA shares the same alphabets, vocabulary, pronunciations, grammar, and structures of sentences as used in the Holy Book.

The Importance And Need For Being Grateful To Allah

posted by MomenaMinhas on 21st April 2014 - 0 comments
Every Muslim believes in the Supremacy, Authority and Lordship of Allah Almighty. They regard Him as the Ruler and as the Creator of the whole universe. Therefore, there can be no doubt in the fact that Muslims submit to Allah only and for them He is the only personality worthy of being worshiped and be submissive to. However, the one element, which Muslims need to observe in their expression of submissiveness, is being grateful to Allah Almighty. Being grateful to Allah Almighty is one of the major elements of the life of a Muslim and the essence of worship and submissiveness to Allah Almighty cannot be complete without being grateful to Him. The lines below discuss the importance of being grateful to Allah Almighty and a few of the plethora of reasons for being grateful. In Quran Allah Almighty says: “We bestowed (in the past) wisdom on Luqman: “Show (thy) gratitude to Allah.”. Any who is (so) grateful does so to the profit of his own soul: but if any is ungrateful verily, Allah is free of all wants, worthy of all praise.” (31:12)
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