Al-Minshawi’s Footprint in DarulQuran Tahqiq Courses

Al Minshawi was an Egyptian Quranic reciter and Hafiz. His nickname was Al-Saut Al-Baki, which means “the crying voice” in Arabic. He was one of the most important and famous Quraa of modern times, and he has had a significant impact on the Islamic world. His reputation is because of his impeccable Tajweed and style. A lofty Qari who is inspiring, moderate and recites according to the rules of Tajweed with melodious sound. Therefore, we follow the path of Islam noble geniuses like Qari Al-Minshawi and familiarize our users with them. The advent of all our efforts is in our courses; participating in them and sharing your opinions help us to work more efficiently.
At DarulQuran academy, we have various Tahqiq courses for school aged children and young Adults. One of our Tahqiq courses for school aged children (9 – 12) began on Wednesday, 15th February; this week. This course is all in English with an English speaking teacher and also a privileged Qari. In this course, they work on some ayahs of surah Ash-Shu’ara based on the Al-Minshawi’s recitation.
DarulQuran academy lessons are in line with our users’ promotion. This is what we try to do in all of our courses, also in our Tahqiq courses.
If we can be of any help, please do not hesitate to contact us.

The DarulQuran – Europe and England Institute, the first specialized virtual platform for Quranic Sciences, has been actively teaching since 2011 in five different languages: English, Arabic, Spanish, French, and Dutch. Using modern software platforms and employing academic and creative approaches, the institute has established a successful and professional model for Quranic education. Currently, over 3000 users from 195 countries participate in online classes at DarulQuran, with more than 150 classes held each week in various departments and languages. The website offers more than 15 departments dedicated to Quran education and related courses, catering to children, teenagers, and adults separately.

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