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Safeerul Qur'an to teach free Qur'anic Arabic course for Bengali-speaking Muslims
Staff Reporter, Dhaka

Safeerul Qur'an to teach free Qur'anic Arabic course for Bengali-speaking Muslims

On the occasion of Ramadan month, Safeerul Qur'an, an institution of Qur'anic Arabic, has taken a initiative to teach Qur'anic Arabic to more than 20,000 Bengali-speaking Muslim men and women without any fees, says a press release.

Recently, the organisation's Admin Chief Muhammad Rashid Al Majid Khan Siddiqi Mamun has officially confirmed the initiative through their official online platforms.

"Safeerul Qur'an" is a detailed course of understanding & learning the Qur'anic Arabic in an easy way. This practical course for learning the Qur'anic Arabic is usually taught in three different levels. After completing the primary level course, students can easily be able to understand about 70-80 per cent of the meaning of the Holy Qur'an.

London expatriate Bangladeshi Ustad Dr Abul Kalam Azad is the writer and researcher of "Safeerul Qur'an", who obtained the highest degree from The Islamic University of Madinah.

This is the first time that "Safeerul Qur'an" institute authority has announced to conduct a month-long free course, titled - "Mini Safeerul Qur'an" on the occasion of the Ramadan.

Following the Mecca/ Ka'ba calendar, the course will be started from the first day of Ramadan. Bengali-speaking Muslim men and women from any age and profession can join this one-hour mini-course by visiting the official Facebook page or group of Safeerul Qur'an, Bangladesh time at 2 PM and UK time 9 AM.

Interested students are requested to enroll at Safeerul Qur'an’s official Facebook page to follow the course - (https://www.facebook.com/safeerulquranarabic/ ), or the Facebook group (https://www.facebook.com/groups/968358366683050/?ref=share ), and Telegram group (https://t.me/joinchat/CS4ieRVbdYs4ZWRk ) to get the instant class zoom link.

Ustad Dr. Abul Kalam Azad stated, “I’m humbly requesting all my Bengali-speaking brothers and sisters all over the world to join this course. The combined participation of more than 20,000 Muslim brothers and sisters of all ages in this primary course, will encourage us to spread our small endeavor. If one can learn the meaning of only 10 words per day from the most widely used words in the Holy Al Qur'an, s/he will be able to learn about 300 words in this Ramadan. Thus, participant students will be able to understand the meaning of nearly 70-80 per cent of the words or verses of the Holy Al Qur'an, InShaAllah.”