Quranic Competition: Showcasing Exceptional Talent
As a celestial title, it signifies that God embodies the ultimate truth in every possible way. All other beings can only be considered truthful secondarily and relatively. Investigation into the Words of The Quran, Tahqiq, which is derived from the same root word, means to ascertain what is factual, just, fitting, and suitable.
In Arabic, the word “Tahqiq” can mean “investigation.” It can also have other meanings such as realization, inquiry, fulfillment, probe, implementing, quest, verification, inquest, probing, fruition, come true, inquisition, asepsis, exploration, consummation, survey, and inquiry.
Tarteel, derived from the Arabic word for hymnody, refers to the recitation of the Quran in a measured and orderly manner without rushing. This word is used in chapter 73 ( Surah Al-Muzzammil), verse 4 of the Quran:
“أَوْ زِدْ عَلَيْهِ وَرَتِّلِ الْقُرْآنَ تَرْتِيلًا”
‘Or add to it, and recite the Quran as it ought to be recited, in slow, measured rhythmic tones.’
Tarteel is an Arabic term that refers to the slow and rhythmic recitation of the Quran. It also denotes the set of rules that govern the proper way to recite the Quran, as it was revealed to Muhammad by Gabriel.
DarulQuran Academy has organized the 2nd Online Quran Competition to encourage daily recitation, memorization, and application of its divine teachings.
RAB Award, 2nd Annual Online Quran 2023 Competition, took place in five fields with two different age categories: kids and adults.
In recognition of the significance of celebrating the RAB Award winners, their names were proclaimed and met with resounding applause, which was also mentioned in our previous news.
We are honored to announce that Musabbiha Bachoo from Canada won first place in RAB Award Tahqiq Recitation by reciting Surah Sad from verses 1 – 8 and the WISE Talks competition.
WISE Talks is an international public speaking event hosting over 25 Islamic schools worldwide. The main goal of WISE (World Islamic Summit on Education) is to connect Islamic schools around the world through organizing joint initiatives such as WISE Talks. This year, the Az-Zahraa Islamic Academy hosted its first school-wide partnership with WISE. The school-wide competition consisted of 80 students, of which ten were shortlisted as finalists.
The winner of this year’s school-wide competition and RAB Award, Musabbiha Bachoo, along with winning the competition, was allowed to go to the city of Najaf and participate in a worldwide speech competition.
Sister Zahra Abbasipour, the master of voice and tune at DarulQuran Academy, who also recited Surah Noor in the RAB Award closing ceremony, was this prominent winner’s teacher; you also have the opportunity to enhance your Quranic journey, and with just a single tap on our Melodious Recitation courses, you can interact with Allah’s words in a new way using only your voice.
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