About Taimiyyah Zubair - Taleem al-Quran 2010 - Juz 17
Juz 17 of the Qur’an houses two complete chapters – Surah al Anbiya and Surah al Hajj.
Surah al Anbiya runs on the theme of Tawheed, the undeniable resurrection and the eternal message of Allah, utilizing the inspiring story of Ibrahim alayhisalaam. It calls on us to reflect over the creation of Allah and reminds us that the path of righteousness will be surrounded by evil and obstacles, but Allah will extend his help to those who grapple on the path that leads to Allah.
Surah al Hajj begins with a sombre warning to mankind to fear the Day of Resurrection and calls upon those who reject it, to reflect upon the creation of man and the earth. It then progresses onto the story behind Hajj and the necessity to complete it, if one can do so. In conclusion, Allah reminds the believers to hold securely onto Him.
In this enthralling session on Juz 17, Taimiyyah Zubair provides numerous lessons that will inspire you immensely.
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About Taimiyyah Zubair
Ustadha Taimiyyah Zubair, the daughter of Dr. Idrees Zubair and Dr. Farhat Hashmi, received an upbringing in a household focused on Islamic education. In her mid teens she completed her first study of the Translation and Tafseer of the Qur’an and since then she has been educated in various Islamic Sciences, including Arabic Grammar, Fiqh, and Tafseer.
Taimiyyah Zubair has pursued extended study under their supervision and is currently teaching Quran and Hadith studies at the AlHuda Institute. A mother of two children, she believes every Muslim should learn the Qur’an and Hadith in order to bring benefit into their lives.
Taimiyyah Zubair is an established teacher of Quran with a focus on Tafsir and Word Analysis. She is a respected and inspirational role model, teaching both globally and in her community for more than a decade.
Taimiyyah Zubair studied under her parents and scholars, Dr. Idrees Zubair and Dr. Farhat Hashmi (founders of Al Huda International). She has been a student and teacher, at Al Huda Institute, of various Islamic Sciences including Arabic Grammar, Hadith and Fiqh.