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The Six Pillars of Faith (Iman) | Foundation of Islam

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the six pillars of Iman (faith) in Islam

what are the six (6) pillars of iman (faith) the pillars of iman are those things that are believed in, in Islam. Iman means faith. there are six (6) pillars of faith. these pillars consist of:

1) belief in allah (god)

of course the first pillar is the belief in the all-powerful, most beneficent. believing in allah above all else is the first and most important. its not only belief in allah alone but in the way He is described through the quran and the ahadith (sayings) of prophet mohammed (peace be upon him). this also includes all 99 names of allah the al-mighty
2) belief in his angels

the second pillar of iman is the belief in allah’s angels. the angels are messengers of allah. They are not his children as some may think. they were created from light and were created, before human, for the purpose of worshipping allah. they can also appear in the shape of a man if so ordered to do so. some of the angels’ names, that we know of, are jibrail, mikai…

Tajweed Course Final Lesson No 40 with Practical Practice Videos and Notes for Kids, Men & Women

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Lesson Number: 40
Aliph Zaida
In the Holy Quran, there are several places where there is a blank

Tajweed Course Lesson Number - 39 with Practical Practice Videos and Notes for Kids, Men & Women

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Lesson Number: 39
Small 'seen or nun'
Small print Seen is sometimes placed on top of the letter Sawd. The sound of either letter may be pronounced.
Examples: - See below image
Small print nun V is sometimes written on top of a Nun. These are read as two separate 'Nun’
Example: - See below image

Tajweed Course Lesson Number - 38 with Practical Practice Videos and Notes for Kids, Men & Women

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Lesson Number: 38
After vertical Kasra, if there is a blank bend, the vertical-Kasra changes to prolonged Kasra. , . Examples— Majriha is read as ke— (Majreha). It is not read as 'Majriha'. There is only one example of this kind in the Holy Quran.

Tajweed Course Lesson Number - 37 with Practical Practice Videos and Notes for Kids, Men & Women

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Lesson Number: 37

Wuqoof - Stops
The Holy Quran combines several stop signs. Some of them are:
Round: Ayat sign.
Mim: Optional stop sign.
Jeem:  Compulsory stop sign.
Taw: General stop sign
And there are also combinations such as. When any of i.e. above stop sign is met with during the course of recitation of the Holy Quran, there are certain rules to follow, in order to stop there.
1. If the word ends in Jazm there is no modification of sound at the stop.
Example: - is read 'Kuwwerat'

Tajweed Course Lesson Number - 36 With Practical Practice Videos and Notes for Kids, Men & Women

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Lesson Number: 36
Small Mim
In the Holy Quran, small ' 'Mim' is sometime found printed on top of letter Nun, bearing Jazm when it’s following letter is ba'. In this case 'Mim' is pronounced instead of Nun.
Example: — is read 'Yambuan' (not Yambuan). Mim is also found written over the sign of Tanveen, when the following letter is 'ba'. In this case too. The 'Mim' is pronounced instead of 'Nun' sound of the Tanveen.
Example: - is read 'Nafsin-bima' (not Nafsinbisna).

Tajweed Lesson Number - 35 With Practical Practice Videos and Notes | Course for Kid, Men & Women

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Lesson Number: 35

Nun Qutni
Nun-Qutni is a small print with Kasra and is written below a black 'Noon'. The Aliph of it is silent. The Nun is pronounced as per rule. Equivalent Arabic pronunciation is given under each example.

Tajweed Lesson Number - 34 With Practical Practice Videos and Notes | Course for Kid, Men & Women

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Lesson Number: 34

Mugatte'at Letters of abbreviation in Quran
Some chapters of the Holy Quran, after Bismillah begin with letter (s) of abbreviation. These are made up of one or more, to a maximum of five letters of the alphabet. Their pronunciation is governed by the following rules:
1. A letter bearing Madda is read by its original name with prolonged sound.
2. A letter with vertical Fatha is pronounced according to its sign.
3. Blank Aliph, here, is not silent. It is read by its original name.
4. A letter with Shadda combines the letter that comes before it according to common rule.

Tajweed Lesson Number - 33 With Practical Practice Videos and Notes | Course for Kid, Men & Women

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Lesson Number: 33

Reflex and blending Madda
After Madda if there comes a letter with Jazm or Shadda the letter bearing Madda is first prolonged and then it is combined with the following letter;
Example: — Aaaal is long like 'aal. Haaama is long like 'haamma' Ruuuunni is long like 'Ruunni'. These cases are very common in the Holy Ocean. Therefore there are several Mixed Exercises in this lesson;
Mixed Exercise

Tajweed Lesson Number - 32 With Practical Practice Videos and Notes | Course for Kid, Men & Women

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Lesson Number: 32

Idgham
Before Shadda , if there is a letter with Jazm , the letter is dropped out in reading (Idgham). The letter that occurs before Jazm is then combined with Shadda.
Example: — Qidta is read (Qatta).

But if the Jazm in such a situation. is on the letter ‘Noon’ and the Shadda sign happens to be on a vowel. thcn the letter ‘Noon’ is not dropped out. It is then half pronounced as letter Nun Ghunna.
Example: — Minwa is read Mi(n)wwa. Anyu is read A(n)yyo not ‘Ayyo’
Mixed Exercise

Tajweed Lesson Number - 31 With Practical Practice Videos and Notes | Course for Kid, Men & Women

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Lesson Number: 31

Six Letters with combined sound
Gradually developed, the six letters combination is below image which is read; 'Rillujji-Yi(n)yyagh'.
Note: - The other example of six letter combined sound, is given under lesson 33. Apart from it there is no other, in the Holy Quran; nor there any, of more than six letters combined.