14 Dec 2018

Surah Al Fath 48

Surah Al-Fath outline by Academy For Learning Islam
  • Highlight 48:8 What is the role of the Holy Prophet and our duty to him 
  • Read 48:29 and list the five characteristics of the people with the Prophet 
  • 48:29 gives the analogy of a plant sprouting from a seed to a small shoot, growing thick and tall and spreading its seeds to give a good crop. The parable of the sapling serves as a symbolic description of the Companions of the Prophet. At the outset they were weak and few in number; but they grew and acquired strength. Believers are always growing and progressing.
Quranic Vocabulary:
Fath: Victory
Mubin: Clear
Fawzan: Success
Sakinah: Tranquility
Imaan: Faith
Haqq: Truth
Mushrikeen: Polytheist - one who worships many gods
Shahid: Witness
Mubbashir: Bearer of good news
Nadhir: Warner of bad news
Amilus saalihat: Good deeds

13 Dec 2018

Surah Al Hadid 57

Surah Al-Hadid outline by Academy For Learning Islam
  • Read 57:1-6 and make a list of the attributes and Isms of Allah in these verses.
  • Read 57:25 and research about Iron and its benefits
  • Highlight 57:11 about charity and spending in way of Allah 
  • 57:12-15 tells us how on the Day of Judgement, a wall with a gate will separate the believers and hypocrites who will be left in darkness. It reminds us the importance of acting on the Quran to increase our light on Day of Judgement. 
Quranic Vocabulary:
Hadid: Iron
Mo'mineen: Believers
Munafiqeen: Hypocrites
Noor: Light
Dhulumaat: Darkness
Baab: Door
Qalb: Heart
Hayat: Life
Mawt: Death
Maghfirah: Forgiveness


1 Dec 2018

Surah Al Qalam 68

Surah Al-Qalam outline by Academy For Learning Islam and book Sura Qalam for Kids

- Importance of literacy 68:1
The first word to be revealed was Iqra, Read and the second surah to be revealed has been titled The Pen showing the emphasis Islam places on literacy and the value behind reading and writing in helping us to become our best.

- Manners of the Prophet and the meaning of Akhlaq 68:4
Akhlaq is more than just having good manners. It is used to describe how you behave and react without even thinking. Despite the mean way the Holy Prophet was treated, the names he was called, The Prophet always responded in the best way. He showed perfect Akhlaq every time.

- Story of the Garden and the value of giving 68:17-33

Quranic Vocabulary:
Qalam: pen
Ni’mah: blessing
Majnoon: crazy
Ajar: reward
Ashaab: companions
Miskeen: poor
Dhaleen: lost
Yawn: day
Adhaab: punishment
Dhikr: reminder

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