Help Yourself In Reading Quran (Arabic-English)

Help Yourself In Reading Quran (Arabic-English)

Help Yourself In Reading Quran (Arabic-English)      

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Help Yourself In Reading Quran (Arabic-English)
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11443
Size
21x14 cm / 8.27x5.51 inches
Weight
150gm / 0.33lbs
Media
Book
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Pages
63
Binding
Paper Back
Added on
Jul 2002
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It is a guide for learning to read the Arabic of the Qur'an in a simple way through transliteration without a teacher. After mastering this guide , one will be able to read Qur'an without any difficulty.
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4/20/2011 10:54:05 AM
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Brigid Aylward
Excellent book..Alhamdullilah
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Help yrself in reading quran
3/22/2010 11:02:39 AM
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Abisola Atere
very simple book for beginners. well done maashallah
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helpfull book
9/26/2009 8:37:13 PM
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monique
This book is very handy for learning quran because all is written in the latin alphabet next to arabic. It is also very east for my almost 6 year old child. He is busy learning how to read at school so he can read a lot of words in the latin alphabet and he can use this to learn arabic as well. All arab words are writtten in both arabic and latin letters.
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quarn reading
3/19/2009 11:09:11 AM
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Muhammed Khan
It is good to some extant. It could be revised or added to give more information as to the meaning and marks/symbols used in the Holy Quran.
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Nice little Book.
3/14/2007 11:54:59 AM
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Philip Jones
ASAK, A very nice book. Well thought out and presented. Helpful and easy to follow.
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Help Yourself in READING QUR'AN (Arabic - Englilsh
8/13/2006 1:25:32 PM
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Joseph A.E
As a whole the book is very comprehensive and works in stages to build upon the learners understanding. The only minor fault i personally found was the lack of help in terms of pronunciation, which would not have only been helpful but also beneficial. However, discarding my thoughts on that, the book is highly presentable, helpful, commendable and great in value!
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Good book
3/20/2005 7:33:18 PM
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Umm Ammarah
The contents of this book presents the arabic alphabet, basic punctuation and helps the individual learn to join up and read small words. it is useful for those who are begginers who have no knowledge of quranic arabic. it is step by step Masha'Allah. However one must have knowledge of the sounds of the arabic letters before embarking upon such a book. the book does attempt to illustrate the sounds the letters should make but ultimately it is not really possible to accurately translate an arabic sound into english font / writing. but aside from that, this book is a great starting point Masha'Allah.

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By Umar Rehman on 30.07.2009
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By Customer Services on 01.08.2009
Dear sir, I am a white english female wanting to know more about the muslim faith. I am trying to learn arabic in as many ways as possible. I am also, at present, reading the Koran in english. Please could you advise me on a knowledgable yet simple book to help me further. Thankyou. Susannah
By susannah kendal on 29.12.2010
Please take a look in this section and see what suits you best: http://www.simplyislam.com/products/bitems.asp?i=books&showText=Introduction%20to%20Islam
By Customer Services on 30.12.2010
does it translate in english letters like something like this "Wa- (a)l- adiyatu dabha(n)"? is there a wasy i can see what it looks like inside
By youssef on 27.12.2009
Yes, it includes Roman transliteration. Please request an inside page scan which can be done from the item's information page.
By Customer Services on 28.12.2009
how will i get it free
By abdul hamid on 26.09.2006
how many pages are in the Quran?
By Husna on 23.04.2005
It depends on the size of the pages, there is not a specific amount of words that need to be printed on any one page.
By Customer Services on 25.04.2005
Salam, Sir, I have a Question, that why in your or other website Read Quran in Arabic is not include becaz if I wana read Quran on Cmputer from where I can find it? plz include this Quran in Arabic language.
By Kashif Durrani on 19.07.2005
Sorry, our site has been developed for people who wish to purchase Islamic items online. You need to visit an Islamic website whose purpose is to display the Quran online for you to read. I am afraid I do not know of such a website.
By Customer Services on 19.07.2005
I have read the quran in arbic many times, and i just started reading the translation. I have a complete outlook of the quran now. I never new how beautiful it was. Is it the same savab to read it in english rather than arbic so i can understand?
By shazia on 16.11.2003
i can read arabic but i want to read quran in english can i do that
By iqbal on 15.01.2010
Please visit our Holy Quran section Under the BOOKS category. There you can select filter to display Qurans with English Translations only.
By Customer Services on 16.01.2010
Is it mandatory for muslims to read Quran in english?
By zavar on 13.02.2006
Unfortunately, we are not qualified to answer questions authoritively on Islam and therefore refrain from doing so in order not to mislead. We are only able to answer questions on our products. Please redirect your question to www.askimam.com
By Customer Services on 13.02.2006
Assalam u alikum The 27 night of Ramazan is Lailatul Quadar, What if the month of Ramzan satarts on different days in different time zone according to the appearance of moon? So how can we Say this is 27th day ramzan, in what respect it is decided?
By Sayed Sabir on 12.10.2006
Unfortunately, we are not qualified to answer questions authoritively on Islam and therefore refrain from doing so in order not to mislead. We are only able to answer questions on our products. Please redirect your question to www.askimam.com
By Customer Services on 12.10.2006
pls how can the example of the inside page to be able to get courage of odering thx
By isham on 09.04.2011
Insha'allah we will upload an inside page shortly.
By Customer Services on 11.04.2011
how do you read sabbihisma
By samira mohamed on 08.06.2011
Unfortunately, we are not qualified to answer questions authoritively on Islam and therefore refrain from doing so in order not to mislead. We are only able to answer questions on our products. Please redirect your question to http://english.islamweb.net/ver2/Fatwa/index.php?lang=E or www.askimam.com
By Customer Services on 08.06.2011
Salam, I was wondering if your website may have a Quran that is in English for me to read! Thank You,
By Sarah on 05.07.2006
We have many quran in the english language such as Interpretation of the Meaning of The Noble Quran (25x17cm) ecode: 1028 The Noble Quran - English Only ecode: 1373
By Customer Services on 05.07.2006
i read the Quran but i seem to struggle, but i find it easier with the quran written in english as well.do u have something like this i could buy?
By gafrana saddique on 05.07.2003
I think what you are looking for is a transliteration Koran. Please enter the ecode: 1046 in the search box on our web site for a transliterated Koran.
By Customer Services on 07.07.2003
how do i write welcome home in arabic
By carol azedou on 04.02.2005
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By gfjh on
i have just started reading the quran and i am very slow and get lots of mistakes will this book help me
By mohammed ali on
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