We want to make learning the Qur’an as easy and as passive as possible by leaving no stone unturned. Here you will find a links to some very useful resources all of which I have used my self at some point. I have only hand picked the best out there. I am creating others and adding more all the time inshallah, may He bless and accept my meagre efforts. If you would like keep up to date then don’t forget to subscribe to me my email list. If you find these resources useful please share with others let’s connect people to the Qur’an. Inshallah we will have community that is enlightened by the light of the Qur’an once again.
This is a mammoth task which I embarked on just over a year ago, it’s still work in progress, so bare with me. Memrise is an extremely useful website. It’s a platform for user generated, community-driven flashcard site, with some neat features. For one it supports audio, images and mnemonics also available as an app which I highly recommend. The Memrise team are continuously improving it and adding new features. Stay tuned for a more detailed blog post reviewing memrise, so you can get the most out of it.
Here is how I suggest using the memrise app. Each morning read a page of the Qur’an (one of the best times to read Qur’an) and then go to that particular ruku (if it’s available yet) in the app and learn the new vocabulary for that ruku. You can do this anywhere where you have got a few minutes to spare waiting in queues at the checkout, bus/train stops etc, and if you’re super committed you can do this when you’re out with friends and they are engagement in useless conversation you quietly be tapping away and spending time with Allah. In most social gathering these days people are ignoring each other staring at their phones anyway, usually wasting time, in that time you can be drawing closer to Allah.
Etjaal is a dictionary website that shows you the meaning in all the major dictionaries, just choose the ones you want to see, type the word and press enter. Honestly you learners these days have got it easy. In our days first of all we never had access to these enormous dictionaries and if we could get our hands on them, we would have to spend countless hours flicking through pages looking for words. Now with Etjaal you type in a word and the meaning comes up for all the major dictionaries for you to compare and contrast in a matter of seconds. Alhamdulillah, what a great blessing, with it being so easy to learn Allah’s word what excuse do we have left for remaining ignorant?
And We have certainly made the Qur’an easy for remembrance, so is there any who will remember? 54:17