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  • 1. Mariam  |  October 8, 2007 at 5:11 pm

    Masallah finishing the first Juz has given me an exciting and amazing feeling. Learning and understand so much in just one Juz!!! The first Juz was full of beautiful Islamic history. For instance how The Chldren of Israel were given countless blessings and one by one they denied Allah’s favors, prophets, and even examples. About such people Allah(swt) also told us their punishments. However when Allah(swt) would mention the painful puinshments for those who would deny the truth he would also add how for the beilevers there would be fruits of parsdise.
    Learning history is so important. Not just the any history but Islamic history. Where we can examine and see the Muslims Heroes that lived at the time of Muhammed( pbuh). We can read and even memorize duas for certain things. Knowlegde is endless.
    History is meant to be learned, taught, and learned even more. Most importantly I think that history is suposed to be a lessoned learned. We not only should remember the certain event and where, who, and when it took place but understand how there is a theme to it. Like the saying ” Learn from the past”. After listening about the certain actions and behaviors The Children of Israel I came to one conclusion and question” I’m I not doing the same thing?” I’m I following the same foot steps as them? How can I change and follow the footsteps of Muhammed( pbuh).
    Understanding these lessons and truthly diffcult and then applying them. But don’t just understand and stuggle alone. Share it with others near and far. So others can understand and benefit from what you have learned. And mashallah Allah(swt) has let me share my wonderful joureny with the first Juz with you all!!!!

  • 2. lubna beg  |  January 15, 2008 at 8:12 pm

    Assalam Alaikum,
    I want to share my reflection of sura al maida vs 54. ” …and will have no fear of reproach from any critic. “54. Just yesterday someone looked at me and told me that this hijab I am wearing is not much because I do wear western clothes such as jeans. When I wear them, I have a long shirt as a top so its not like non-muslims. But what I am trying to say is that I was so discouraged by this comment by a person who is very close to me that I almost wanted to take my hijab off right there and then. I was so furious at the comment because I was trying so hard for all these years to put on hijab. As soon as I took this course, I found the courage to wear it. Now, I have to listen to this. At least I am trying and someday Inshallah I might wear a jilbab as well. As long as I have it in my heart that it is the right thing to do, Inshallah I will be able to do it someday. But to discourage someone like this is really not good in Islam. Alhamdulillah I did not take my hijab off in that situation and kept steadfast because ustazah always says that you have to be firm in what you do. I was so disappointed that even though this person was saying the right thing, but style was not good and very discouraging. Alhamdulillah I took the criticism, did sabr and handled the situation wisely because my intention is purely for Allah’s pleasure. With this course I am gradually learning to be patient Alhamdulillah. I pray and hope that everybody in the world could learn word to word translation of Quran like we are learning at Alhuda Inshallah. It makes such a huge difference in people’s lives. Inshallah.

    Lubna Beg
    Group Juweriyyah online student

  • 3. lubna beg  |  January 17, 2008 at 12:18 am



    Assalam Alaikum,
    Today ustazah asked us during tafseer of vs 68 of almaida, where do we stand now after completing juz 6 of holy quran? I often think about this when others look at me and make comments such as “whats up with you?”, some say, “mashallah”, some say”well this or that change is not enough, you have to do this and that as well, now that you are a student of quran”. So I have heard all kinds of negative and positive comments about myself. But you know what? I am so content Alhamdulillah. I know that Inshallah I am on the right path. I can see how much I have changed, how much the change within me has had a positive affect on my children and family mashallah. To begin with, as soon as I heard tafseer of albaqra vs 2. zalikal kitabu laa raiba fih hudallil muttaqeen, I felt Allah is telling me something. This vs. is just stuck in my head now. Alhamdulillah, I started taking hijab the third or fourth day after taking this course. I mention this here because I was trying really hard to take it, but didnt find the courage to do so.With that, I feel so strong in everything I do. I have no fear of following my religion anymore. So what if I have tol isten to a little bit of negative comments? Some people are ignorant and dont realize that change comes gradually. Its great if some people are able to change completely and immediately, but lets not discourage those who are striving and trying their best to be muttaqeen. Inshallah.
    So for me, I can say with confidence Inshallah that I have had many positive changes in my life and as a result I am a better mother, a better wife, and a better believing woman Inshallah then I was before. Reading quran has definitely given me guidance so far. The whole day I am with quran mashallah. When I sleep, believe it or not, I dream of root words and words that stand out to me in the lesson learned the same day. So Alhamdulillah, my whole life is revolving around Quran, what more could I ask for? Also, recently I have been thinking about my death with all these images of graves shown in class. So I ask myself if I will miss reading quran in grave, or will i be able to read quran in grave? I am also so happy to know that I wont be alone in grave or that my grave wont be dark Inshallah because Quran is a Noor or light which enlightens the grave of one who reads it everyday Inshallah. Chances are that when you read it so much, your actions will change eventually, hopefully Inshallah.
    I only get encouraged when I see my fellow students around me who are doing so well mashallah. Each person is striving for excellence even though we all face problems or obstacles while studying and in taking this course. But I guess inshallah the more striving, the more reward, right?
    If we start doing things for sake of Allah, we feel so content at heart. Alhamdulillah.
    So rest assured ustazah, your students are definitely working hard towards a positve change in attitude, belief, behavior and relationships Inshallah.

  • 4. Raheel  |  April 21, 2008 at 5:39 pm

    that was great!

  • 5. Ameera  |  May 4, 2008 at 2:10 am

    MashAllah! I’m currently enrolld in an AlHuda course too and I know the importance of ‘progressing’ as a student of the Quran. JazakAllah for inspiring your readers here… I’m off to read the Quran now, InshAllah, and I hope I am able to make a connection as beautiful as yours, such that it encircles my life – protective and full of guidance.

  • 6. Nabila  |  December 28, 2008 at 1:32 pm

    I was with a group in Saudi doing my taleem ul quran course and it was so good. There are more than hundred students there. I had to move and now I am all alone in my new town, praying for a group as a study group is so important. It helps u remain steadfast. Thanks to this page, when I read the comments it felt as if I was back with my class.

  • 7. alhudaintl  |  January 16, 2009 at 10:27 pm

    The part that really stuck me from Juz 29 was Surah Mulk ayah 19 When Allah says أَوَلَمۡ يَرَوۡاْ إِلَى ٱلطَّيۡرِ فَوۡقَهُمۡ صَـٰٓفَّـٰتٍ۬ وَيَقۡبِضۡنَ‌ۚ مَا يُمۡسِكُهُنَّ إِلَّا ٱلرَّحۡمَـٰنُ… “Do they not see the birds above them, spreading out their wings and folding them in? None upholds them except the Most Merciful…” I never really thought about it that way. Like I was thinking about birds like a falcon or an eagle and how they just seem to soar through the sky and compared it to a humming bird and how fast it flaps its wings but they both can fly. I never imagined that Allah would say something like that in the Quran.

    Aaminah Chohan (Al Huda Student)


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