Taleem al-Quran 2010 - Juz 27
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As we near the end of the 30-Juz series, the number of Surahs in each Juz increases profoundly.
Juz 27 consists of seven Surahs – al Dhariyat, al Tur, al Najm, al Qamar, al Rahman, al Waqiah, and al Hadid. Al Dhariyat continues from Juz 26, while the remaining six are covered in their entirety in this Juz.
Of the different Surahs covered in this Juz, Surah Rahman is distinguished by the refrain, “Which of the favours of your Lord would you deny?”
Among the innumerable topics discussed in this Juz, a few that can be mentioned are reflection on the Day of Resurrection and taking heed of it, spending in the cause of Allah, patient perseverance, turning back to the Quran and remembrance of Allah.
In this session on Juz 27, Taimiyyah Zubair helps us to take benefit from the vast number of Surahs that this Juz houses.
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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.