Learn ‘Arabic online in a full classroom environment

The 3 volume Madinah ‘Arabic course is taught at Madinah University by Dr. V ‘Abdur Rahim. The site http://www.lqtoronto.com is replete with videos classes covering all three volumes. For anybody with a true desire to learn the language of the Qur’an and the Sunnah, this is a must.

This videos are recorded in a real classroom environment with a very well qualified teacher that studied directly under the author of these three volumes. Not only do you get the luxury of these videos, you also get the pdfs which you can download for free, and plus other goodies. It does not stop here, it only gets better as the site also hosts a student forum in which you can ask the teacher, or well versed students about anything within the three volumes.

This is the full package, what any student of the ‘Arabic language would wish for, and moreover it is entirely free! These videos are now hosted FREE OF CHARGE at archive.org. If you wish, you may donate to the project hereNOTE: To properly download the file, right-click on the link and choose “Save Target As” or “Save Link As” and choose a folder on your hard drive to save it to (for more details click here). Torrent files are now available for each DVD. Click here to download torrent files instead.

Madinah Arabic Bookset in pdf:

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Please donate to our da’wah project. We are in demand of printing mass leaflets to deliver door to door to spread the message of Islam, and also aid us in the cost of Qur’an translations that we give to non Muslims for free.

Nottingham Muslim Network is a new initiative that aims to network between the local masaajid and organizations in order to deliver a religious and public service. Members of the initiative post leaflets door to door in various areas of Nottingham advertising a free Qur’an to non Muslims that are interested in hearing the message of Islam.

Unfortunately Qur’ans and printing leaflets is not free and we need funds to carry out this noble mission. We wish to take the da’wah further and act as the first point of contact for those wishing to know more about Islam or even take that step towards being a Muslim.

We will provide a professional service that not only offers religious advice, but also support and outreach to those who are newly in the fold of Islam. This may even mean rehousing new converts to paying for students of knowledge.

We also hope to throw seasonal open day exhibitions in local mosques to invite the residents for food and refreshments and a friendly chat. Islamic history and seerah posters need to be printed and be on display for such events. It would be nice if we could take it to a level where we could open a da’wah center which offers coffee mornings, creche facilities for women and children, and also professional educational courses for the wider community but unfortunately we are at square one, leaflet and Qur’an translation distribution.

Money is not the only way to contribute to this noble cause. We need your skills, whether its media production, graphic design, or even writing, proofreading and translation.

To donate to this project, simply click the button below

disclaimer: we do not promote the Wahhabi or Shia creed, we are callers to the Sunni path, traditional Islam being the Ash’ari/ Maturidi way and the four madh-habs, not to forget, the Sufi path – this is our da’wah and nothing but

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