The beginning and the end - Explanantion of al fatiha and the last 10 surahs with Shaykh Amer Jamil
The Quran is the book of God which every Muslim aspires to read and understand. If you are travelling and have a guide book, but can’t read the book, it will no be able to aid you on your travels; the information is there but you can’t access it!
“And we have sent down the Book to you as an explanation for everything, a guidance, a mercy and glad tidings for Muslims” [Quran 16:89]
“I leave behind me two things, the Quran and the Sunnah, if you follow them you will never go astray” (Bukhari)
Muslims are commanded to pray 5 times a day and to recite surah al fatiha in every unit of those prayers. Typically that means reciting al Fatiha around 29 times a day just in the prayers alone. That’s over 10,000 times a year! Yet for many of us, the meanings and hidden gems of this great chapter of the Quran remain unlocked and unaccessed. Isn’t that very unfortunate?
This course aims to unlock the meanings of not only surah al Fatiha (the greatest of all the chapters of the Quran), but also the last 10 chapters – the most memorised and recited chapters in our daily worship.
The Quran is a book which is not only meant to be recited with beautiful recitation but also a book to be pondered over with deep reflection. It is meant to guide the human throughout one’s life. How can one affectively do this without understanding the meaning of what they are reading? How would you feel if you could finally understand what you are reciting day in day out? Would you not like to communicate more effectively with your Creator? Wouldn’t you like to develop a deeper connection to your faith?
“The example of a people who recite the Qur’an and do not know its explanation is like a group of people who have a written message from their king that comes to them during the night, and they do not have a lamp. Therefore, they do not know what is in the message. The example of one who knows Tafsir (Quranic commentary) is like a person who comes to them with a lamp and reads to them what is in the message.” (Iyaas ibn Mu’aawiyah)
Join iSyllabus as we together unlock the hidden jewels contained in the most oft recited chapters of the Quran.